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  1. [caption width="653"] The top five of the PocketFives Rankings this week[/caption] Sweden's 'C Darwin2' has a chokehold on the top spot in the PocketFives Rankings. He's been #1 since February 10, but there are several talented players nipping at his heels. Take Vancouver's Joel 'jbrown8777' Brown, for example, who moved up five spots in the rankings this week to settle at #5, two spots off his all-time high. Brown won a PartyPoker Powerfest tournament on Tuesday for $67,000 and a mammoth 635 PLB Points. That event drew a field of 808 players and had a buy-in of $530. To close out February, Brown took third in the PokerStars Sunday Second Chance for $20,000 and is closing in on $4 million in online tournament winnings lifetime. He was ranked as high as #3 in the world on PocketFives last year and is the top-ranked player in Canada. [caption width="667"] Stats for 'jbrown8777'[/caption] 'jbrown8777' has 6,796 PLB Points and trails top-ranked 'C Darwin2' by 600. 'C Darwin2', from Sweden, hasn't recorded an online MTT win since February 7, but has put up plenty of volume and plenty of results. He finished second in the PokerStars $109 Rebuy on Tuesday for $6,100 and final tabled a Powerfest event on March 7 for $10,000. 'C Darwin2' has almost 30 in the money finishes so far in March and has helped lead Swedes to the top three spots worldwide in the rankings, and five of the top nine. Over the years, 'C Darwin2' has accumulated over 2,000 in the money finishes, 130 top-three runs, and $3.7 million in online winnings. There wasn't much movement in the top 10 this week. Outside of the top 10, however, players jostled for position with gusto, as 'MiracleQ' rose 15 spots to #17, his highest ranking ever. 'MiracleQ' won the PokerStars Hot $55 on Tuesday for $9,200 and also has two victories this month in the PartyPoker Heavyweight Drago and one win in the PokerStars Hot $82. He's the #2 ranked player in Russia. 'philroyal888', from the UK, also set a personal best this week, moving up 16 spots from #54 to #38. He won Powerfest Event #87 on PartyPoker on Monday for $45,000 and 484 PLB Points, defeating a field of 469 entrants. One day prior, he finished fourth in the 888 Baby Whale. The next top-three finish he records will be the 100th of his career. A familiar face in the rankings, Sweden's 'Sheater', was up 31 spots this week to #42. He was ranked #1 on PocketFives as recently as 2014 and has four wins already this month: the PokerStars $40,000 Guaranteed, PartyPoker High Roller, PokerStars Big $109, and PokerStars $10,000 Guaranteed. Those four have driven his career win total north of 200. The arrow of Mexico's 'Blackk' is also pointing up after he rose 28 spots this week to #50. The top-ranked player in Mexico, 'Blackk' has four wins this month, including in the 888 Volcano for $23,000. Two days before that, he was the runner-up in the PokerStars Sunday Second Chance. He plays as 'Biack88' on PokerStars, where he just hit $3 million in career winnings, and is the owner of five PocketFives Triple Crowns. Noah 'dirtybrasil' Vaillancourt hit #67 in the rankings this week, 22 spots higher than last week. He's now 26 slots shy of his all-time high and took fifth in the FTOPS Main Event over the weekend for $17,000. Over the first weekend of March, he final tabled the Sunday Million, so he'll look to three-peat in this weekend's Sunday Majors. Hungary's 'breeth' returned to the top 100 this week at #78 thanks in part to a final table in the PokerStars Bigger $55 over the weekend for $10,000. Earlier in the month, 'breeth' won the PartyPoker High Roller for $5,000 more than that. He's the third-ranked player in Hungary and has more career online wins (115) than second and third places combined (98). [caption width="615"] Rasmus 'RasA' Agerskov Larsen reentered the top 100 at #85[/caption] Finally this week, Rasmus 'RasA' Agerskov Larsen reentered the top 100 at #85. He was ranked as high as #40 in the world last year. Larsen won the Sunday 500 in 2014 and 2015 and came within inches of another victory over the weekend, but bowed out in fourth place for $25,000. Current Top 10 Players: C Darwin2 - 7,423 points eisenhower1 - 6,953 points lena900 - 6,814 points MendaLerenda - 6,801 points jbrown8777 - 6,796 points Ariados - 6,682 points SvZff - 6,665 points gray31 - 6,601 points DeathbyQuads - 6,369 points veeea - 6,308 points
  2. [caption width="640"] Phil 'philroyal888' Mighall is hunting for a major live or online poker score[/caption] Despite ascending all the way up to #8 worldwide in the PocketFives Rankings, his highest mark ever, Phil 'philroyal888' Mighall is still hunting for that first signature win. "It's a great achievement and I'm feeling very proud," he said of entering the top 10 of the rankings for the first time on June 8. He had been creeping up the leaderboard for several weeks and now finds himself knocking on the door of the top five. Getting there is a whole other story. Sure, he has $1.9 million in career online tournament winnings and is a stone's throw from $2 million. Sure, he already has a win and a runner-up finish in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up for almost $200,000 total. And sure, he also has victories in a Powerfest event and the PokerStars Sunday Grand PLO in recent weeks. But it's a big-time, career-defining score that still evades him. "I have a lot of results, but not significant wins," Mighall said. "I mean a big title. The Warm-Up win was big, but I mean a prestigious title like a SCOOP event or WSOP bracelet or an EPT win. I came very close during this year's SCOOP to taking a tournament down." His Sunday Grand PLO win was good for $38,000. He triumphantly Tweeted when it was over: The month before, he took down a Wednesday PLO tournament on PokerStars for another $25,000. During this year's SCOOP, he made the semis of a $109 No Limit Hold'em Heads-Up event, narrowly missing out on his first SCOOP title. "Getting a big signature score would mean a great deal to me," he summarized. Mighall's success has come in part because of his fiancée, who works part-time and takes care of his child. Without her, being able to grind online in pursuit of a major title would not be possible. "Having her free most of the time helps massively and gives me the freedom to play long hours," he said. Given his ability to play for extended periods of time, he said, "I think I can break into the top 10 worldwide on PocketFives pretty soon. The only problem is that I'm going to Las Vegas for five weeks, so that will affect my ranking greatly." Worldwide-leading sites like PokerStars and partypoker are inaccessible from Las Vegas, making Nevada-regulated rooms like WSOP.com his only option. In order to be able to spend time with his fiancée and kid, who would probably like it if they were paid attention to more often than not, Mighall grinds five nights and week and spends the daylight hours with his family. Every other month, he takes a break for a week in order to spend some quality time away from the tables and give his eyes a rest as well. "I basically play every MTT above $55 online starting around 7:00pm most nights apart from Sundays, when I start at 3:00pm," the UK player said. "I play Omaha and No Limit Hold'em mainly. When I take a break, I normally just hit somewhere close and hot." Over the years, Mighall has compiled over 1,200 in the money finishes in online MTTs and is averaging almost $1,600 apiece. He has a PLB score, the measure used to determine the rankings, of 7,086 points, about 1,100 off the lead. He's the #2 ranked poker player in the UK and, once he gets that signature win, his confidence will likely be sky high. If poker ever turns south, Mighall plans to bail out of the industry for something related to business, although he hasn't exactly figured out what that will be. "I won't be leaving poker anytime soon," he said. "I'm talking about 10 to 20 years from now. Who knows, I might play forever." If he does play "forever," he'll build on a tournament resume that includes $1.6 million in career online winnings on the virtual felts of PokerStars, where he plays under his standard 'philroyal888' user name. In the live world, he came within inches of a "major" score in the Phamous Poker Series last year in Las Vegas. In the series' $1,150 Main Event on the Strip, he took third for $130,000 in a tournament eventually won by David Schultz. Mighall was the highest finishing non-American.
  3. [caption width="640"] Sweden's 'C Darwin2' became the #1 player in the PocketFives Rankings for the fourth time[/caption] On February 10, Sweden's 'C Darwin2' ascended to the top of the PocketFives Rankings for the first time. He held down the #1 spot in the world for seven weeks before relinquishing his throne to fellow Swede 'lena900' on March 30. Four weeks later, 'C Darwin2' was back on top, albeit for a week. After another seven days, however, he once again led the way in the rankings, this time holding down the fort for three weeks ending June 1. Last Wednesday, Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao became #1, but 'C Darwin2' wouldn't let him revel for too long. This week, 'C Darwin2' moved into the top spot worldwide for the fourth time. He has a PLB score of 8,215 points to lead the way and is 73 ahead of Simao, who is in second place with 8,142 points. Therefore, there could easily be another changing of the guard next week. Both 'C Darwin2' and Simao have virtually identical lifetime cash totals of $4.2 million. It took 'C Darwin2' 2,284 cashes to get there, an average of $1,849 each, while Simao has 3,979 in the money finishes for his career, an average of $1,066 each. They have five combined six-figure cashes for their careers and almost 500 total top-three finishes in online MTTs. [caption width="640"] Phil 'philroyal888' Mighall entered the top 10 at #8, his highest ranking ever[/caption] Joining 'C Darwin2' and Simao in the top 10 is Phil 'philroyal888' Mighall, who moved up from #16 to #8. This UK player won the PokerStars $1,050 Sunday Grand PLO three days ago for $38,000 and an even 400 PLB Points, the sixth largest score of his career. A week before that, he took down the $215 Fat Tuesday on PokerStars and earned $15,000. This is the highest Mighall has ever been ranked on PocketFives and he's up to #2 in the UK. His four online MTT wins in May pushed his career total to 46 and he's less than $30,000 away from hitting $2 million in lifetime winnings. "It's a great achievement," Mighall said of reaching #8. "I'm feeling very proud." Mighall was the lone new entrant into the top 10 this week. Joining them next week could be Sweden's 'eisenhower1', who moved up from #24 to #11. 'eisenhower1' was ranked #1 on PocketFives as recently as January and just hit $8.5 million in career online winnings, the seventh most of anyone. 'eisenhower1' took second in the 888 Super XL Main Event in May for $158,000, the second largest score of his online poker career and one of four scores of at least $14,000 he turned in last month. Canada's Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski advanced 13 spots to #32. He's a former #1 ranked player and finished second in the PokerStars Hot $215 on May 29 for $13,000 and 216 PLB Points. He had 23 top-10 finishes in May and was last ranked #1 on PocketFives in 2014. Sikorski is the #3 player in Canada and #2 in Ontario. [caption width="400" align="alignleft"] Alex 'Dynoalot' Difelice shot up 24 spots to #74[/caption] Another Canadian, Alex 'Dynoalot' Difelice, made waves after moving up 24 spots to #74. He took fourth in the PokerStars Sunday Grand over the weekend and booked a $26,000 payday. Two weeks before that, he finished second in a SCOOP $2,100 No Limit Hold'em Three-Max Turbo and put back $71,000, the largest score of his online poker career. Difelice was ranked as high as #43 on PocketFives three years ago and is now the third-ranked player in his hometown of Toronto. He has $2.7 million in career online winnings and is nearing 4,000 total cashes. Brazil's Rodrigo 'rodckz' Motoki entered the top 100 at #96, his highest ranking ever. He took down the Big $55 last week for $9,800 and finished 46th in the SCOOP High Main Event for $27,000 in May. He's the fifth-ranked player in Brazil and is up to $1.1 million in career online winnings. Three spots behind Motoki on the leaderboard is Colombia's Mayu 'marroca5' Roca Uribe, who reentered the top 100 this week. Uribe, the second-ranked player in Colombia, final tabled the PokerStars Super-Sized Sunday and Hot $215 in the last week for over $16,000 combined. He has $4.3 million in career winnings. This week's top 10: C Darwin2 - 8,215 points joaosimaobh - 8,142 points lena900 - 7,947 points Pot4teUS - 7,477 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,444 points RoccoGe - 7,194 points NoPlanB - 7,097 points philroyal888 - 7,086 points damourinio - 7,047 points Ariados - 7,045 points
  4. [caption width="660"] Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao moved up one spot to #1 in the world (photo: PokerNews, Danny Maxwell)[/caption] For the second time in his career, Brazil's Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao is the #1 player in the PocketFives Rankings. He moved up one spot this week to wrestle the title away from Sweden's 'C Darwin2', who can now be found at #2. Simao was last ranked #1 from May 4 to May 11. He finished second in the PokerStars Hot $215 on May 22 and recorded the largest score of his online poker career in April in the site's Mountain Series after winning a $1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Rebuy Six-Max for $167,000 and 872 PLB Points, the metric used to determine the rankings. For his career, Simao is up to $4.2 million in winnings from almost 4,000 in the money finishes, an average of $1,068 apiece. He leads the 2,352 Brazilians on PocketFives with PLB scores and plays on PokerStars under the user name 'INeedMassari'. "I'm actually dealing with a health problem in my family right now," Simao said. "All I wish is to find the top doctor around to take care of my son. I hope that everything goes well and I use this to motivate me and push me to my limit to do my best for my family." Unlike last week, there were no new entrants into the top 10 this time around. In fact, there was only one new entrant into the top 20. That honor belonged to Phil 'philroyal888' Mighall, who climbed from #21 to #16, his best showing ever. Mighall, who calls the UK home, took down the PokerStars Fat Tuesday one day ago for $15,000. Last month, he won both the partypoker High Roller and PokerStars $320 Wednesday PLO. After entering his screen names into his PocketFives profile, Denmark's Andreas 'Hoegh93' Hogh entered the rankings at #22, his best showing since he became a member of PocketFives in 2012. Hogh absolutely killed the month of May, registering four scores of at least $30,000 in a span of nine days: May 14: 11th place, SCOOP $21,000 Eight-Max High Roller for $73,000 May 15: 2nd place, SCOOP $2,100 Mixed Omaha for $59,000 May 22: 35th place, SCOOP $10,000 Main Event for $34,000 May 23: 7th place, SCOOP $1,050 NLHE for $57,000 Hogh is on the verge of hitting $2 million in online tournament winnings for his career. He won a PocketFives Triple Crown in 2013 to boot. [caption width="640"] Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland moved up 23 spots to #40[/caption] After winning the PokerStars Sunday Grand over the weekend, Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland shot up from #63 to #40 this week, two spots off his all-time high set in 2013. Westmorland booked a $69,000 payday for winning the Sunday Grand, his third largest score ever. Two weeks earlier, he finished second in a $109 No Limit Hold'em SCOOP event for $53,000. Westmorland is the #1 ranked online poker player in Thailand and just passed 4,200 tracked in the money finishes for his career. Ukraine's 'STiger' moved up from #100 to #63, one spot off his best ranking ever, thanks to a win in the partypoker High Roller on Monday for $37,000. He took third in the Hot $215 one day before that for $10,000. 'STiger' is the top-ranked player in Ukraine and reached an all-time high of #62 in the rankings last year. Latvia's 'Damage' also made waves. He moved up from #97 to #68, his best ranking ever, after winning last week's Thursday Thrill on PokerStars for $43,000 and 462 PLB Points. Also in May, he finished second in the Sunday Countdown for $19,000, won the site's Big $215 for $24,000, and took third in the 888 Baby Whale for $14,000. 'Damage' is the top-ranked player in Latvia out of the 383 PocketFives members with PLB scores from that country and just hit $1.5 million in career online winnings. He plays on PokerStars and 888 under the screen name 'APonakov'. Finally, Australia's 'Corlusion' reentered the top 100 at #87, four spots off his all-time high set earlier this year. He won the PokerStars Hot $162 and $12,000 Guarantee on May 29 for over $20,000 total and is $99,000 shy of hitting $1 million in scores for his career. 'Corlusion' is the third-ranked online poker player in Australia. This week's top 10: joaosimaobh - 8,180 points C Darwin2 - 8,166 points lena900 - 7,915 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,461 points Pot4teUS - 7,352 points Ariados - 7,249 points RoccoGe - 7,164 points NoPlanB - 7,118 points damourinio - 6,983 points Big Huni - 6,958 points
  5. [caption width="640"] UK poker player 'philroyal888' is up to #11 in the PocketFives Rankings[/caption] The top 10 of the PocketFives Rankings is full of some of the most heralded and successful online poker players around. It's no wonder that it's extraordinarily difficult to enter the top 10, even for those who have been there before. Take this week, for example. There wasn't a single new entrant into the top 10. Instead, the players in that group jockeyed for position. And still at the top is Sweden's 'C Darwin2', who has been ranked #1 since July 6, has 7,759 PLB points and holds a 200-point lead over the next closest player. The top 10 consists of four Swedes, two Brazilians, two Russians, a Brit, and a Canadian. One of the Russians, Aleksandr 'NoPlanB' Mordvinov, moved up one spot from #4 to #3, his all-time high, thanks in part to winning the PokerStars Hot $215 on Tuesday for $10,000. On Sunday, he final tabled both the partypoker Heavyweight Main Event and PokerStars Sunday Grand. He has 7,466 PLB points, 300 off the lead. If any player in the top 10 does fold, then 'philroyal888', from the UK, will be right there to take their place. 'philroyal888' moved up four spots from #15 to #11 and now seems poised to re-enter the top 10 and try to best his all-time high ranking of #8. He won the PokerStars Hot $55 on Tuesday for $8,500, his first tracked win since he took down the PokerStars Sunday Grand in June. "I haven't been playing much recently, but from this week on I'm going to be putting in some long hours," 'philroyal888' said. Also moving up was Parker 'tonkaaaa' Talbot, who ticked up five places from #19 to #14, his best showing ever. Talbot won the PokerStars Hot $215 on Saturday for his 83rd career "W" and now sits with $2.7 million in lifetime winnings. He final tabled the partypoker High Roller at the end of last month. Sweden's 'DeathbyQuads' re-entered the top 20 after moving up five spots to #17. He's had two recent win: a $27 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Hyper-Turbo on PokerStars and a $109 No Limit Hold'em Six-Max Hyper-Turbo on PokerStars. He passed $2 million in career winnings on July 20 and is now nine spots off his all-time high in the rankings set earlier this year. Uruguay's Rafael 'rph' Porzecanski rose 21 spots in the rankings to #52. He just passipassed g $4 million in career winnings and won the Hot $162 on PokerStars on Monday. Over the weekend, he took down the site's Hot $33 and is up to 87 career wins. Porzecanski is the top-ranked online poker player in Uruguay. Sweden's 'fabregarp' was up 14 spots to #74, his best ranking ever. He took down the PokerStars.fr Sunday Warm-Up over the weekend for his first win in a month and followed that up with another win in the site's Hot €50. 'fabregarp' is the 15th-ranked player in the incredibly successful Swedish poker community. Sam 'TheSquid' Grafton re-entered the top 100 this week at #86. The accomplished live and online pro won the partypoker Heavyweight $30,000 Guaranteed Rebuy on Sunday for $9,000 and final tabled the 888 Baby Whale the same day. He had a half-dozen wins in the second half of July and is nearing 800 top-three finishes in online MTTs. Finally, longtime PocketFiver Jonas 'donut604' Mackoff is back in the top 100 at #98. The Vancouver resident won a $162 No Limit Hold'em Ultra Deep Stack tournament on PokerStars last week for almost $3,000 and now finds himself 55 spots off his all-time high in the rankings set two years ago. This week's top 10: C Darwin2 - 7,759 points 1_conor_b_1 - 7,565 points NoPlanB - 7,467 points lena900 - 7,269 points veeea - 7,178 points Pot4teUS - 6,929 points joaomathias - 6,848 points joaosimaobh - 6,832 points Greenstone25 - 6,813 points JMolloy - 6,765 points
  6. Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom, 'Lena900' and 'Dhr. Awesome' were all amongst the 15 title winners on Day 12. The highlight tournament of the day was Event #40-High ($5,200 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em) as 260 entrants came together to create a juicy $1.3M prize pool. The final four was set after Conor 'blanconegro' Drinan, Ben 'Ben86' Tollerene, 'iambest2' and 'EvnomiYa' had all departed from the final table. The first player to bank a six-figure score was 'Crazy Elior' who exited in fourth-place for $104,358, followed by 'OverTheTop43' who collected $139,288 in third, which left Jonathan 'Proudflop' Proudfoot and 'Dhr. Awesome' left to do battle. After the players had agreed on a money-deal they fought for the title and remaining prize pool with 'Dhr. Awesome' prevailing for the $224,753 victory. It was a second 2018 SCOOP series silver medal for Proudfoot, who took away the considerable runners-up prize of $209,296 to smash his previous best recorded online cash of $47,771. Event #40-Medium ($530 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em) saw Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha defeat Canada's 'JGagMan' heads-up to win $132,274. It was a second career SCOOP title for the Brazilian after he won his first back in 2012. 'JGagMan' took away $94,288 for their second-place finish as Phil 'PhilRoyal888' Mighall made up the top-three for $67,212. In the #40 'Low', Renan 'r_dkGyn' Taveira came through a 9,337 player field and turned $55 into $55,880 after a three-way deal. Tóth 'MartinPro66' Martin succumbed to Taveria heads-up for $46,104 after a deal had been made with eventual third-place finisher 'xxdzsa', who accepted $41,840. 'Lena900' added another $50,391 to the 'Team Sweden' series prop bet total after they claimed victory in Event #39-High ($1,050 Six Max NLO8). The current PocketFives no. #5 has been in a well voiced six-figure prop bet against Patrick Leonard and 'Bencb789' since the start of SCOOP, and was able to help his teammate 'C.Darwin2' by extending their lead. Bernardo 'bedias' Dias took second-place for $37,351, with 'recusant_89' in third for $27,686. 'thomber26' was the Event #39-Medium champion for $19,548 after they eliminated 'russiadgl' into second-place for $13,620. There was also second final table appearances of the day for 'High' runner-up Bernardo 'bedias' Dias, who this time took the bronze medal for $9,490, and Phil 'PhilRoyal888' Mighall, who added another $6,612 to his bankroll in fourth. The 'Low' ($11 Six Max NLO8) title went to 'barry_dread' who negotiated a 4,889 player field to win $6,821. 'aDrENalin710' was the player to fall during heads-up for $4,750, with 'dyadka' the third-place finisher for $3,310. Victor 'Isildur1' Blom, 'D PitcherAK' and 'villepn' were named the three Event #41 HORSE champions. Blom's title came in the 'High' for $59,780 after the Swede had eliminated 'MUSTAFABET' into second-place for $41,480. 'D PitcherAK' banked $18,848 for beating the UK's Ross 'thelukystump' Atkinson heads-up in the 'Medium', with the Brit taking away $13,888. And in the 'Low', 'villepn' took the SCOOP title alongside $8,083 after they saw off 'Senkel92' in the final battle, who won $5,704. Event #42 saw three NLHE Heads-Up Shootout tournaments take place with 'LuxPoker17' and Aaron 'aaronmermel' Mermelstein agreeing to a deal in the $2,100 'High'. There was a prize pool worth $256,000 after 128 entrants stumped up the buy-in and when play reached its final two they agreed to a money-deal before battling for the SCOOP accolade. 'LuxPoker17' was the one to go the distance for $64,000.01, with runner-up Mermelstein banking $58,879 for their share of the deal. 'Epistokrat' beat 'ProBelgian' in the $215 'Medium' final match, earning $18,567, with the runner-up collecting $11,814 and Romania's 'jimmyrestant' took down the $22 'Low' for $5,170.47 as 'pelmeenid' fell at the final hurdle for $3,288. The final tournaments that came to a close on Day 12, were in Event #43 NLHE. 'great dant', 'DMcZZa', 'Lena900', 'rybunia' and 'girafganger7' all made the $1,050 buy-in 'High' final table before 'roo_400' defeated 'oriente1' heads-up for the win. The victor took away $62,269 with the runner-up awarded $47,165. 'SwatFBA' took down the $109 'Medium' for $25,721, with 'DOCTORB911' taking second for $18,334, and 'regevgerev' became the $11 'Low' champion for $8,876.95 after they beat 'MarceleBrito' heads-up. Event #39 (Low): $11 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 4,889 Prize pool: $47,912.20 barry_dread - $6,821.95 aDrENalin710 - $4,750.87 dyadka - $3,310.28 BellaLittle - $2,306.51 Muka82 - $1,607.11 Philych_085 - $1,119.79 Event #39 (Medium): $109 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 1,251 Prize pool: $125,100 thomber26 - $19,548.92 russiadgl - $13,620.71 bedias - $9,490.52$6,612 PhilRoyal888 - .73 LastPartizan - $4,607.57 smiechu0808 - $3,210.42 Event #39 (High): $1,050 Six Max NLO8 Entries: 264 Prize pool: $264,000 Lena900 - $50,391.55 bedias - $37,351.96 recusant_89 - $27,686.65 dynoalot - $20,522.38 FONBET_RULIT - $15,211.91 torscotr06 - $11,275.65 Event #40 (Low): $55 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 9,337 Prize pool: $466,850 r_dkGyn - $55,880.61* MartinPro66 - $46,104.46* xxdzsa - $41,840.34* Criss1301 - $23,454.35 mendieta19 - $16,719.01 Vomani - $11,917.84 k0Le - $8,495.40 LiroLa - $6,055.79 *denotes three-way deal Event #40 (Medium): $530 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 1,752 Prize pool: $876,000 PaDiLhA SP - $132,274.48 JGagMan - $94,288.78 PhilRoyal888 - $67,212.23 delfina_47 - $47,911.15 I'am_Sound - $34,152.69 eric2301 - $24,345.17 Chester20o - $17,354.08 SphinX88 - $12,370.52 Event #40 (High): $5,200 Eight Max High Roller No Limit Hold'em Entries: 260 Prize pool: $1,300,000 Dhr. Awesome - $224,753.84* Proudflop - $209,296.53* OverTheTop43 - $139,288.76 Crazy Elior - $104,358.15 blanconegro - $78,187.59 Ben86 - $58,579.82 iambest2 - $43,889.30 EvnomiYa - $32,882.85 *denotes heads-up deal Event #41 (Low): $22 HORSE Entries: 2,377 Prize pool: $47,540 villepn - $8,083.20 Senkel92 - $5,704.80 manokippa2 - $4,423.12 namazu66 - $3,327.80 shaundeeb - $2,377.00 malice18 - $1,426.20 homasapiens -$950.80 GromVSmorG - $475.40 Event #41 (Medium): $215 HORSE Entries: 496 Prize pool: $99,200 D PitcherAK - $18,848.00 thelukystump - $13,888.00 SerYurAl - $10,177.92 Smertin - $7,440.00 Anton720 - $4,960.00 Ulett_23 - $3,472.00 nilsef - $2,480.00 Ceegee87 - $1,984.00 Event #41 (High): $2,100 HORSE Entries: 122 Prize pool: $244,000 Isildur1 - $59,780.00 MUSTAFABET - $41,480.00 lennart - $31,720.00 Lrslzk - $21,960.00 Ossie12 - $15,860.00 fr0zZy - $12,200.00 No Shock - $9,760.00 römpsä - $7,320.00 Event #42 (Low): $22 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 2,048 Prize pool: $40,960 jimmyrestant - $5,170.47 pelmeenid - $3,288.67 Magnusfam - $1,644.95 Jeffrey2013 - $1,644.95 sombra97 - $915.86 Javatini - $915.86 RedFivez - $915.86 RandomAct1on - $915.86 Event #42 (Medium): $215 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 512 Prize pool: $102,400 Epistokrat - $18,567.27 ProBelgian - $11,814.91 theproksa - $5,907.45 Xxopa - $5,907.45 Czapskino - $3,291.13 Razvan1990 - $3,291.13 FrCnnctn1960 - $3,291.13 hneves182 - $3,291.13 Event #42 (High): $2,100 NLHE Heads-Up Shootout Entries: 128 Prize pool: $256,000 LuxPoker17 - $64,000.01* aaronmermel - $58,879.99* NININI12345 - $25,600.00 shenideda - $25,600.00 E. Aequitas - $10,240.00 Naza114 - $10,240.00 jenbizzle - $10,240.00 €urop€an - $10,240.00 *denotes heads-up deal Event #43 (Low): $11 NLHE Entries: 6,371 Prize pool: $62,435.80 regevgerev - $8,876.95 MarceleBrito - $6,101.06 2Much$4U_08 - $4,195.44 hulkhogan8 - $2,885.02 luisnrd - $1,983.90 1ucky_mak - $1,364.24 s0niCCCC - $938.13 vin dizel98 - $645.11 baaaaddyyyy - $443.62 Event #43 (Medium): $109 NLHE Entries: 1,701 Prize pool: $170,100 SwatFBA - $25,721.68 DOCTORB911 - $18,334.56 Jajeam - $13,069.53 EL_pimienta85 - $9,316.41 Darkrem - $6,641.06 BrotherBilly - $4,733.98 chrisdm - $3,374.56 Alexey5758 - $2,405.50 blebelea - $1,714.74 Event #43 (High): $1,050 NLHE Entries: 331 Prize pool: $331,000 roo_400 - $62,269.78 oriente1 - $47,165.71 great dant - $35,725.32 laubahia - $27,059.94 DMcZZa- $20,496.38 Lena900 - $15,524.85 rybunia - $11,759.20 girafganger7 - $8,906.91

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