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[caption width="640"] Phillip Gruissem now has a WCOOP title to go along with all of the other titles he's won over the course of his career. (WPT photo)[/caption] Sunday was yet another busy day on the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker schedule with four events wrapping up and one of poker's top players walking away with his first WCOOP title. Philipp 'philbort' Gruissem beat out the 676-player field in Event #45 High ($215 Six Max No Limit Hold'em (w/rebuys)) to win $75,414.36 and his first WCOOP title. Gruissem now has over $3.5 million in online earnings to go along w
As the poker world watched the 2019 World Series of Poker final table get underway, the online poker scene was in the news as well; all be it for different reasons. partypoker saw their online schedule thrown into disarray after a software crash across the entire network that affected not only poker but also their sports and casino offerings. Despite the expected player grievances, Dusk Till Dawn owner & partypoker partner Rob Yong responded via Twitter and his forthrightness approach on the situation was met with all-around positivity. Yong stated the issues surrounding the software
This week's Sunday online action saw wins for both Philipp Gruissem and Anatoly Filatov, who scored a double on partypoker, as well as a first PokerStars Sunday Million title for 'behindme93'. Romania's 'behindme93' took this week's PokerStars Sunday Million title and recorded their biggest online cash to date following a heads-up deal with 'gettingpwned.' The Sunday Million's 5,397 entrants, created a $1,079,400 prize pool and after the UK's Luke 'LFMagic' Fields fell in fourth place for $50,402, two-time Sunday Million champion 'veeea' just missed out on a chance to make it three after
[caption width="640"] Philipp Gruissem was back online on Sunday, winning the partypoker Powerfest Main Event for just over ,000 (WPT photo)[/caption] Philipp 'philbort' Gruissem has made a name for himself in recent years for being part of the German contingent of players dominating the live super high roller scene, but on Sunday Gruissem went back to his online roots and had a day worth celebrating. Gruissem finished sixth in a partypoker Powerfest event to start the day off and then finished things off by taking down the Powerfest Main Event for just over $80,000. Several PocketFives m