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  1. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky Surpasses $8 Million in Earnings Over the last few months, Ukrainian poker pro Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky has been on a bit of a roll. He won the 888poker XL Eclipse High Roller in September. He finished third in the partypoker Powerfest High Roller and then 12th in the Powerfest Championship event. Those scores earned $226,000. This past week however he finished runner-up in the partypoker High Roller for $11,371.72. That score, while not the first place prize he was no doubt seeking, was enough to push Romanovsky past the $8 million earnings mark. He is the 20th player to reach that milestone and the only Urkainian player to do so. Romanovsky remains the #1-ranked player in the Ukraine. New Jersey's Fred 'BiggDaddy' Ferrell Cracks $1M Garden State Winnings Fred 'BiggDaddy' Ferrell, a mainstay in the New Jersey Rankings Top 10, is now one of the few players from the Garden State to have reached $1 million in lifetime earnings on regulated sites. Ferrell got into the seven-figure club thanks to a PokerStars Super Tuesday win on October 17. That win earned him $4,963. Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha Cracks Top 25 for First Time Anybody who has closely followed the PocketFives Rankings for the past few years knows that players from two countries have dominated; Sweden and Brazil. While Swedish players have a stranglehold on the top 10 right now, one Brazilian seems to be working his way up the rankings quickly. Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha went from #27 to #22 in the world last week. Padilha recently won the partypoker High Roller for $23,793 and 352.14 points. This comes less than a month after his fourth place finish in the partypoker Powerfest Championship Event for $453,150 and 475.17 points. Padilha is the #2-ranked player in Brazil, behind only Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao. There are a total of 15 other Brazilian players ranked inside the top 100 worldwide. There were seven other players to reach career-high marks this week. rolandbauer from #31 to #30 davaman from #42 to #40 Bernardo Rocha from #154 to #49 Mikensonas from #55 to #53 heyalisson from #60 to #54 tiarc from #65 to #61 nsmirnov from #70 to #69
  2. Every month The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings. World’s #1 Has More Reason to Celebrate Swedish superstar ‘lena900’ has been the #1-ranked player in the world since May 19 and now he’s got something else to celebrate. Thanks to an 11th place finish in a PokerStars $109 buy-in event on June 10, ‘lena900’ became the seventh player to surpass the $11,000,000 mark in online tournament earnings. The other players in that group are Chris Moorman, Sebastian Sikorski, Nicolas Fierro, Johannes Korsar, Chris Hunichen and Bryan Paris. ‘Lena900’ has now spent a total of 26 weeks on top of the PocketFives Rankings over the course of nine separate reigns. Canadian ‘CzarBushov’ Passes $4 Million Mark There was a time when ‘lena900’ breezed past the $4 million earnings mark. That might seem like a lifetime ago to him, but this month ‘CzarBushov’ picked up $2,042 in the partypoker KO Series to become the 193rd player to hit that mark. He has done it the hard way too, averaging $492 per cash over the course of his career. He’s never had a six-figure score, coming closest all the way back in 2010 when he finished runner-up in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up for $98,955. He’s now the #23-ranked player in Canada. Four players managed to break into the seven-figure club this past month: 'RipCheader', 'Alexmfnb', 'GoFighter', and 'tiltinha'. Pedro ‘PaDiLhA SP’ Padilha Finds Single Digit Ranking Brazilian players have quite the history with the PocketFives Rankings. The latest phenom to make a valiant attempt at top spot is Pedro ‘PaDiLhA SP” Padilha. After hitting an all-time high in May at #10, Padilha continues to work his way up the rankings moved up to #9 in the world earlier this month. Only Joao ‘joaosimaobh’ Simao sits ahead of him in the Brazilian rankings. A big part of Padilha’s rise up the rankings comes from his wins in the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. He first took down Event #40 (Medium) for $ 132,274.48 and a career-best 935.95 PLB points. A few days later he won Event #56 (Medium), adding $41,702 to his bankroll and 541.66 PLB points to his total as well. Career-High Rankings Inside the Top 100 ‘mczhang’ from #20 to #12 ‘Palyaaa’ from #39 to #38 ‘OempaLoempah’ from #41 to #39 ‘SmallKindB’ from #48 to #44 ‘Wildace_hun’ from #51 to #46 ‘LeshiyAS’ from #71 to #70 ‘monkeybudgie’ from #78 to #73 ‘NoTilit’ from #83 to #80 ‘mugggggy’ from #87 to #85 ‘Pseudo’ fruto from #98 to #97
  3. There's not much movement in the PocketFives Worldwide Top 10 this week, as eight of the ten spots held steadfast from last week. The difference this week is it seems that the top tier players are slowly coming back to the tables after their post-spring series breaks. Sweden’s ‘lena900’ continues to top the rankings for the fourth week in a row. The powerhouse put in a good deal of volume and scored a pair of PLB qualifying cashes to solidify his position for at least one more week. His week was highlighted by a runner-up finish in the bwin.com KO Series Event #8. He earned just over $10,000 for the finish and tacked on another 208.63 in PLB points. ‘lena900’ also earned a second five-figure score this week in his final table appearance in Event #13 of the same series for $12,671 and 194.66 PLB points. It is very likely that the Swede will surpass $11 million in lifetime earnings in the next 24 hours as he sits just under $1,500 from that major milestone. The #2-ranked ’C Darwin2’ made a hard charge at the top spot this week, having himself a solid week at the tables. He registered four qualifying PLB scores including an outright win in the Winamax Mini Las Vegas Highroller for $46,404 and 414.57. In total, ‘C Darwin2’ accumulated over 1047 PLB points, putting him in position to potentially catch his countryman. Roman ‘Romeopro’ Romanovsky didn’t slip in the rankings, remaining in the #3 spot once again. He also didn’t get in on any action. Romanovsky did not register a score this week, having it only slightly affect his PLB score. Russia’s ‘hellohellohello’ had a similar idea and kept his distance from the online tables. The #4-ranked player in the world only recorded two results this week. They totaled roughly $2,500 in total cashes and no PLB points. While he didn’t give up too much ground, he didn’t gain any this week either. Andres ‘probirs’ Nemeth dabbled a little more than last week but not much more. The fifth-ranked player did hop into a couple tournaments of partypoker’s KO Series. In Event #2 he made a run to the final three tables, collecting a cash of $3,203 for his 23rd place finish. He picked up 107.76 PLB points to go along with it, however, his total output for the week was but four total cashes. ‘GINS FINEST’ from Canada continued to cash in on his current heater. He claimed victory in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $49,470 and a PLB boosting 464.76 points. His recent results have deemed him as Canada’s #1-ranked player, #6 in the world and on a crash course with $5 million in lifetime earnings. The #7- ranked Ramiro ‘Ramiro’ Petrone put together a nice week this week and scored a pair of five-figure cashes. Both came on June 3. The first was in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, winning him $37,250 and 306.63 PLB points. Then, later that same day, he played on partypoker and, again taking second, he banked another $30,636 in the Super Sunday 1K. Joao ‘joaosimaobh’ Simao has yet to make an appearance at the World Series of Poker, instead continuing to grind online. He picked up 121.50 PLB points in a final table appearance of the partypoker Super Sunday High Roller. He earned $7,244 for that score and it helped him maintain his #8-ranking. The only change in the top 10 rankings this week comes at the bottom where Pedro ‘PaDiLhA SP’ Padilha used a pair of bronze medal finishes on partypoker to overtake the #9-ranked spot once held by Sweden’s ‘Ariados’. ‘Ariados’ slips back to the #10 spot despite picking up a pair of qualifying cashes himself. Other moves in the top 25 include ‘European’ rejoining the top 25, climbing from #28 to #21 this week. Additionally, Johannes ‘Greenstone25’ Korsar surged back to #24, while his fellow Swede ‘Sheater’ departs the top 25, slipping to #26. The PocketFives Worldwide Top 25 RANK PLAYER POINTS PREVIOUS 1 lena900 12,679.22 1 2 C Darwin2 11,474.50 2 3 Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky 10,503.69 3 4 hellohellohello 10,363.65 4 5 Andres 'probirs' Nemeth 10,243.82 5 6 GINS FINEST 10,363.65 6 7 Ramiro 'Ramiro' Petrone 9,472.69 7 8 Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao 9,256.67 13 9 Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha 9,033.90 8 10 Ariados 9,029.37 10 11 Patrick 'pleno1' Leonard 8,907.37 18 12 Michael 'mczhang' Chi Zhang 8,628.54 20 13 girafganger7 8,626.25 12 14 Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff 8,613.11 11 15 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen 8,574.20 13 16 Guntis 'lovefee' Aleskins 8,510.08 15 17 Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford 8,395.20 17 18 Dattebayo 8,319.78 19 19 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez 8,308.12 16 20 DamageAP 8,216.22 21 21 European 7,984.13 28 22 NoPlanB 7,892.16 23 23 Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot 7,868.57 22 24 Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar 7,758.56 27 25 Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan 7,727.47 24  
  4. The 2018 World Series of Poker got underway this week as players from all around the world flocked to Las Vegas to do battle in the live arena. But for the players who haven't yet or will not be taking the trip to Nevada, there was still plenty to play for on the online felt across the bumper Sunday schedule. 'caddyjust66' came through the 5,318 PokerStars Sunday Million player field to become $143,707 richer after they beat Gabriel 'gabsdrogba' Schroeder to the title. Romania's Ciprian 'cipiV' Voican secured his biggest online cash by finishing in fourth-place for $49,665, which left the final three of 'caddyjust66', 'needdollarz' and Schroeder to do battle for the remaining share of the $1,063,600 prize pool. 'needdollarz', who already has a Sunday Million title to their name after scooping the win back in June 2016 was the next to depart and took away $70,771 before 'caddyjust66' was able to become champion after they eliminated SCOOP title holder Schroeder into second-place for a career-best online cash of $100,847. 'hashov888' was this week's PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up champion for $36,508 after they defeated Lithuania's 'Mikensonas' heads-up. Belguim's 'ILAN17' took the bronze medal and $18,873 before the 1,125 player field had been whittled down to its final two. 'hashov888' ultimately got the better of their opponent 'Mikensonas' who had to settle for the second-place prize of $26,249. Voinea 'UnHuman3' Cosmin added over $66,000 to their bankroll after they beat Aaron Been to the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller crown. The win earns him the $36,635 first-place prize, as well as another $30,000 in bounties after he knocked out the Mexico based player Been into second for $26,853. Brazilian Rodrigo 'selouan1991' Selouan made up the top three and banked $33,000 including bounty prizes. Argentina's #1 ranked player Ramiro Petrone won over $67,000 after taking two silver medals. Recent SCOOP title winner and Canada's current top player 'OLD TIME GIN' banked $49,470 for beating Petrone heads-up in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller. The Argentinian picked up $37,000 for the first of his two second-place finishes. 'madridgalaxy' then beat Petrone, who played under the alias 'letsgodancing' for $42,207 in the partypoker $1,050 Deepstack-HR. Heads-up play was reached after 'BenRichards1', Samuel 'JHelppi' Vousdon, and Guilherme 'fulgencio1962' Cheveau exited the final table and Pedro 'zidanilo20' Padilha had taken third-place for $21,838 before world number #7 Petrone became the final player to fall and banked $30,636 as runner-up. The partypoker $530 Sunday Major High Roller title went to 'simba8787' along with $28,545. They eliminated 'mrCartmenez' into second-place for $20,778, with Pedro Padilha claiming a second bronze medal of the day, this time around it was worth $15,230 to him. 'Specter_Litt' went the distance in the partypoker Super Sunday High Roller and turned $2,500 into $49,562. 'mask0ff' fell just before heads-up play began, cashing for $22,112 in third-place, with 'RedDwarf9' the player to fall at the final hurdle and took away the $33,550 runner-up prize. 'babyarmcathead' and 'BBRS2000' came through a 928 player field to reach heads-up play and agreed to money-deal in the partypoker $109 Sunday Major. The tournament carried a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool with $14,107 of that going to eventual runner-up 'BBRS2000' and $15,852 awarded to 'babyarmcathead' for the win. Over on 888poker, Sebastian 'p000cket000' Sikorski took down the flagship $1,050 The $100,000 Whale tournament. The former PocketFives world #1 collected $30,000 after they defeated 'T54_IS_A_FAG' heads-up, who cashed for $20,000 on a final table that included the UK's Marc 'icallyamet' Wright and Sam 'sammygrinder' Grafton. In the $215 Sunday Mega Deep 'amaze1' got the better of Ivan 'hurrrrican3' Gabrieli for victory after a heads-up deal was agreed. After '_Zufurduo_' exited in third-place for $11,000, the final two agreed to a money deal. Gabrieli was awarded $16,565, and 'amaze1' took away $17,434 after coming out on top in the final battle. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,318 entrants, $1,063,600 prize pool caddyjust66 - $143,707.90 gabsdrogba - $100,847.14 needdollarz - $70,771.41 CipiV- $49,665.12 Gabse92 - $34,853.53 theNERDguy - $24,459.18 Camari - $17,164.69 TanTanSWE- $12,045.69 Pthelegend - $8,453.38 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $100k Gtd 108 entrants, $216,000 prize pool OLD TIME GIN - $49,470.25 ramastar88 - $37,249.56 Greenstone25 - $28,047.81 BShahbaz - $21,119.16 SwalzB - $15,902.09 Oxota - $11,973.78 EvnomiYa - $9,015.90 omaha4rollz - $6,788.70 jutrack - $5,988.01 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $250k Gtd 867 entrants, $433,500 prize pool UnHuman3 - $36,635.30 + $30,450.10 (in bounties) AaronBeen - $26,853.33 + $875.00 (in bounties) SELOUAN1991 - $19,683.41 + $13,545 (in bounties) strongwill81 - $14,427.89 + $7,142.59 (in bounties) Al Magellan - $10,575.60 + $1,777.34 (in bounties) Philipp946- $7,751.89 + $1,468.75 (in bounties) Godliker_ - $5,682.12 + $1,304.69 (in bounties) mczhang - $4,164.98 + $4,343.75 (in bounties) PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $200k Gtd 1,125 entrants, $225,000 prize pool hashov888 - $36,508.08 Mikensonas - $26,249.19 ILAN17 - $18,873.38 Henk88 - $13,570.13 Iveymaker - $9,757.03 AlexS1 - $7,015.41 DuTTiFruTTi9 - $5,044.14 motreanu90 - $3,626.79 partypoker $109 Sunday Major-H $100k Gtd 928 entrants, $100,000 prize pool babyarmcathead - $15,852.39* BBRS2000 - $14,107.62* Falcao-12 - $8,310 glassofwhiskey1 - $5,600 sejistar - $3,950 mich1377 - $2,830 HelpMeWinPls - $2,000 Isaac_Asim0v - $1,390 *denotes heads-up deal partypoker $530 Sunday Major – HR $150k 295 entrants, $150,000 prize pool simba8787 - $28,545.30 mrCartmenez - $20,778.30 zidanilo20 - $15,230.55 Paul07new - $11,163.90 CrazyLissy - $8,183.10 mczhang - $5,998.20 Fruit_Shoot - $4,396.95 RingelStink - $3,222.75 Partyyycular - $3,222.75 partypoker $2,500 Super Sunday High Roller $100k Gtd 61 entrants, $152,500 prize pool Specter_Litt - $49,562.50 RedDwarf9 - $33,550 mask0ff - $22,112.50 shlongoperator - $13,725 mwhldwn - $10,675 HellmuthTheGr8 - $8,387.50 joasimaobh - $7,243.75 BenRichards1 - $7,243.75 partypoker $1,050 Deepstack-HR $200k Gtd 207 entrants, $207,000 prize pool madridgalaxy - $42,207.30 letsgodancing - $30,636.00 zidanilo20 - $21,838.50 Fulgencio1962 - $16,146 JHelppi - $11,385 BenRichards1 - $8,694 JohnyK91 - $6,417 SiguiendoElFlow - $4,761 888poker $1,050 The $100,000 Whale 68 entrants – $100,000 prize pool p000cket000 - $30,000 T54_IS_A_FAG - $20,000 tinchoarce - $15,000 icallyamet - $10,000 Madeon1994 - $7,500 birdgamecray - $5,500 sammygrinder - $4,500 Sluuut123 - $4,000 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 304 entrants – $100,000 prize pool amaze1 - $17,434.45* Hurrrrican3 - $16,565.55* _Zufurduo_ - $11,000 J0hnmccl3an - $8,000 elsabagaboan - $5,500 HellChicKKen - $4,000 T54_IS_A_FAG - $3,000 ZeroNineee - $2,500 *denotes heads-up deal  
  5. There are only 38 players left to pursue the $5.1 million first-place prize of the $25,000 PokerStars NL Hold’em Championship. Day 3 of the record-setting tournament started with 207 players of which only 181 would make the money. By the end of the day, New York tournament pro Scott Baumstein flew into the chip lead with 4.24 million in chips, followed closely by Yiannis Liperis (4.21 million). However, before the stacks could reach such heights, there was a money bubble that needed popping. As one might expect in a tournament where there were over 300 players who gifted their $25K entry, plenty of players were hanging tough to pick up the $25,450 min-cash. With four players left to the actual bubble, the remaining 185 players went hand for hand. It took roughly an hour, plus a 20-minute break in the middle, but eventually, Team Ireland’s Paul Leckey ran pocket kings into Tianle Wang’s pocket aces. Leckey didn’t go home empty-handed though, as the official bubble boy received an EPT package worth over $11,000. After that, the bustouts were fast and furious, with the next pay ladder happening faster than tournament officials could break and rebalance tables. At the conclusion of Day 3, only Baumstein and Liperis have eclipsed the 4 million chip mark, but there’s plenty of top-flight competition left in the field. France’s Julien Martini (3,250,000), Canada’s Louis Boutin (3,040,000) and Platinum Pass winner Ramon Colillas (2,895,000) from Spain complete the top 5 chip leaders. Other notables still left in the field include Mikita Badziakouski (1,910,000), Dan O’Brien (1,765,000), Griffin Benger (1,560,000), Day 1 chip leader Talal Shakerchi (1,330,000), Brazil’s Pedro Padilha (1,315,000), Kristen Bicknell (1,115,000), Tony Gregg (905,000), Platinum Pass winner Jackie Burkhart (660,000) and Day 2 chipleader Farid Jattin (640,000). By the end of the day, 143 players found their way to the cashier to pick up their earnings. Including Felix Schneiders ($69,100), Max and Sam Greenwood ($69,100), Mustapha Kanit ($56,800), Christoph Vogelsang ($56,800), Ryan Reiss ($56,800), former PocketFives #1-ranked Bryan Piccioli ($56,800), Blair Hinkle ($56,800), Athanasios Polychronopoulos ($45,700), Victor Ramdin ($45,700), Benjamin Pollak ($45,700), Dan Shak ($45,700), Brandon Adams ($39,500), Darren Elias ($39,500), Christian Harder ($39,500), Dylan Linde ($39,500) and Matt Affleck ($35,000). Three of the winners of the $86 Moneymaker PSPC Tour made the money, however, all three failed to bag at the end of the day. Clifford Ellefson ($39,500), Anthony Maio ($35,000) and Ori Kossonogi ($35,000) all found a way to turn their Platinum Passes into five-figure scores. Additionally, there were plenty of big name pros who made the money but were unable to ladder up. Parker Talbot, Sam Grafton, JC Alvarado, Frank Kassel, and Sean Winter were just a few of the roughly 30 players to settle for the min-cash of $25,450. Play in the PSPC resumes when 38 players will play down to the final table at noon ET.
  6. PokerStars' 2019 World Championship of Online Poker continued on Tuesday with another batch of tournaments crowning winners. Among those to take top honors were Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha, Leonardo 'LeoMattosAK' Mattos, Fabiano 'Kovalski1' Kovalski, and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira. Padilha scored first place in Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO, after he topped a field of 1,296 entries to win what amounted to $192,548 when you include prize money ($101,188.34) and knockout winnings ($91,359.81). In the medium-stakes version of this event, 'Krafty_It' took the title for $59,063.28 in prize money and $29,226.93 in bounties, for a combined $88,290. In Event #19 (Medium): $55 NLHE Four Max, Mattos finished in first place out of a field of 4,056 entries to win the tournament's $28,976.17 top prize. Then in the high-stakes edition of this event, Event #19 (High): $530 NLHE Four Max, Kovalski defeated Sami 'Lrslzk' Kelopuro to win $64,911.73. Kelopuro earned $40,931.95 for his runner-up finish. Another highlight came with Ferreira's victory. He topped a field of 97 entries in Event #21 (High): $1,050 FLHE Six Max. Event #17 (Low): $11 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 23,853 Prize pool: $233,759.40 1. guinHuuh - $9,538.27* + $3,785.46 2. NORTE - $10,571.66 + $2,219.89 3. LRZ_016 - $6,043.70 + $325.62 4. schayan13 - $4,345.46 + $1,175.44 5. jcanon32 - $3,124.42 + $376.78 6. Alexandr9 - $2,246.48 + $750.38 7. bakos121 - $1,615.24 + $474.18 8. FONBET_RULIT - $1,161.36 + $562.22 9. pe_coman950 - $835.03 + $576.31 Event #17 (Medium): $109 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 8,416 Prize pool: $841,600 1. Krafty_It - $59,063.28 + $29,226.93 2. tt.exe - $40,871.88 + $2,192.20 3. Foggsy - $28,286.59 + $3,206.30 4. EndlessJ - $19,576.54 + $3,057.26 5. IWinWithAnyTwo - $13,548.49 + $3,989.80 6. Bullfroggo - $9,376.64 + $965.62 7. geob000 - $6,489.36 + $4,285.44 8. guiguibos - $4,491.15 + $5,706.22 9. judgedredd13 - $3,108.19 + $3,123.74 Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO Entries: 1,296 Prize pool: $1,296,000 1. PaDiLhA SP - $101,188.34 + $91,359.81 2. DrunkSp3wer - $73,458.83 + $1,781.25 3. marathur1 - $53,328.78 + $26,238.75 4. GM_VALTER - $38,715.01 + $9,390.63 5. KKremate - $28,105.83 + $5,273.44 6. TanTanSWE - $20,403.90 + $4,421.88 7. ILS007 - $14,812.56 + $13,485.35 8. bankat55 - $10,753.43 + $7,937.50 9. hneves182 - $7,806.65 + $10,097.66 Event #18 (Low): $5.50 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 4,881 Prize pool: $23,916.90 1. snovalshik1 - $3,408.17 2. RandomAct1on - $2,426.28 3. The Cooker - $1,729.54 4. ComeForLunch - $1,232.87 5. DEN$-lomobot - $878.83 6. jon011 - $626.46 7. AntoineHunt - $446.56 8. Termostat1 - $318.32 Event #18 (Medium): $55 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 1,502 Prize pool: $75,100 1. Zapahzamazki - $11,523.03 2. submissssion - $8,213.31 3. vandir4rek - $5,854.73 4. Slavik_Krs - $4,173.45 5. Kashmir_uzi - $2,974.96 6. AlwaysGoBig9 - $2,120.67 7. aless_84 - $1,511.68 8. Broose51 - $1,077.58 Event #18 (High): $530 NLO8 Eight Max Entries: 329 Prize pool: $164,500 1. PodKrepkimCh - $28,451.85* 2. woodbine ave - $25,183.70* 3. gangstachel9 - $17,400.10 4. Narcisis90 - $13,127.14 5. robc1976 - $9,903.49 6. BodogAri - $7,471.49 7. Lena900 - $5,636.70 8. aless_84 - $4,252.50 Event #19 (Low): $5.50 NLHE Four Max Entries: 9,345 Prize pool: $45,790.50 1. anelka79 - $5,594.40* 2. sobolanu80 - $4,699.93* 3. nickarka19 - $2,508.00 4. ttizovaca - $1,581.50 Event #19 (Medium): $55 NLHE Four Max Entries: 4,056 Prize pool: $202,800 1. LeoMattosAK - $28,976.17 2. yaguipoker - $18,270.17 3. Riptide_Gx - $11,520.86 4. SRFC1899 - $7,264.84 Event #19 (High): $530 NLHE Four Max Entries: 767 Prize pool: $383,500 1. Kovalski1 - $64,911.73 2. Lrslzk - $40,931.95 3. APonakov - $25,811.00 4. Freeway1988 - $16,276 Event #21 (Low): $11 FLHE Six Max Entries: 1,748 Prize pool: $17,130.40 1. YELLOWEMPIRE - $2,591.87 2. TruthBeTold - $1,804.53 3. squrm - $1,2578.35 4. pokerpinpin - $876.08 5. kurov555 - $610.43 6. maaitee - $425.33 Event #21 (Medium): $109 FLHE Six Max Entries: 402 Prize pool: $40,200 1. destroyalldr - $7,285.73 2. DeanoSupremo - $5,198.49 3. Senkel92 - $3,709.38 4. benjlocke - $2,646.82 5. Narcisus90 - $1,888.64 6. Reimund77 - $1,347.63 Event #21 (High): $1,050 FLHE Six Max Entries: 97 Prize pool: $100,000 1. RuiNF - $23,896.62 2. 2bb100hands - $18,346.76 3. XD89101<3 - $14,085.84 4. boniekk - $10,814.48 5. Zagazuar - $8,302.88 6. spidey_85 - $6,374.69
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