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  1. [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
  2. The Triton Poker High Roller roadshow moved to Sochi, Russia this week for the first formal partnered event with a major tour. partypokerLIVE played host with the first of two Triton Rollers finishing today as part of the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Russia festival. This event was played as standard No Limit Hold'em, not the Short Deck variation Triton is synonymous with. Aymon Hata took down the ₽3 million ($50,000) High Roller amidst a field of 47 to win the ₽48 million ($756,000) first-place prize. Six places paid and nine players made the final table leading to a tense bubble midway throug

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