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  1. The World Series of Poker Online bracelet events captured the attention of the poker world this weekend but they were by no means the only opportunity for U.S.-based players to take down a big-time tournament. For starters, WSOP.com is running the WSOP.com Online Championships right alongside of the 2020 WSOP. The Online Championships is a month-long series with $6 million in total prize money guaranteed and this weekend the series featured three six-figure prize pools. One of the biggest tournaments of the weekend was the WSOP.com OC #21 ($200,000 Sunday Special Edition) which saw 613 players (384 rebuys) post the $320 buy-in and shatter the guarantee to the tune of a $299,100 prize pool. 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event final tablist Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian took home the win, adding $43,907.88 to his bankroll. ‘bbqnub1’ finished as the runner-up, earning $32,512.17 while Jason ‘Gunner_Q10’ Gunn shot up to third and walked away with $23,928. Uke ’ooopsmybad’ Dauti took down the $100 buy-in WSOP.com OC#20 ($100,000 Player Appreciation) for a $30,411.99 score. Mike ‘SammyTwizz’ Azzaro captured second place for an $18,750.99 score while ‘betfoldwin’ wrapped up in third place for $13,496.40. The third six-figure prize pool of the day was in the WSOP.com OC #22 ($75,000 Sunday 55). The $75,000 guarantee turned into a $120,500 prize pool as 687 players (1,365 rebuys + 358 add-ons) fired in the $55 buy-in event. Stuart ‘studog’ Gold outlasted the field and banked $28,317.50 with the victory. ‘edypzed’ grabbed $15,062.50 for finishing in second and Francis ‘Specialfx’ Romano grabbed the bronze and $9,881 for their efforts. While WSOP.com was cranking up the prize pools, PokerStars was slashing the buy-ins on their Pennsylvania and New Jersey Sunday Majors to lure in large fields. The PokerStars PA Half Price Sunday Special saw 2,172 entries sieze the opportunity to pay just $50 to take a shot at a five-figure payday. ‘Savant76’ scored the win and took home the $14,730 first-place prize. ‘cowboydollars’ has a few extra bucks thanks to his $10,499.09 score as the runner-up. ‘DaveyJoneLocker’ wrapped up in third place and earned $7,484.12. The PokerStars PA Half Price Sunday High Roller saw a huge boost in attendance this week with 509 players firing the $125 tournament. That’s up from 149 players who played last week with the regular High Roller buy-in of $250. ‘JonCaron215’ took home the bulk of the $58,026 prize pool by claiming the $10,267.58 first-place prize. ‘flipper12x’ finished in second place and took home $7,153.83. And ‘johnnyboat46’ stood on the final step of the podium, earning $4,984.60 for third. In New Jersey, there was a three-way chop in the $100 PokerStars NJ Half Price Sunday Special. Even though ‘zhatka’ was the official winner, earning $6,556.65 it was runner-up ‘HustlersTavern’ who locked up the biggest payday of the tournament, logging off with $7,499.44. Finally, ‘Vote Kanye’ was the third party in the deal, securing $6,841.14 for third place. ‘MyCousinVinny5’ grabbed the gold in the $215 buy-in partypoker NJ Sunday $35K Gtd for $10,280. He was followed by ‘chomeking’, who earned $6,769.38 as the runner-up and ‘Whosyourdoddy’ who fell in third place which was good for $4,883. WSOP.com OC #20 - $100,000 Player Appreciation Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,184 (772 rebuys) Prize pool: $179,952 ooopsmybad - $30,411.88 SammyTwizz - $18,750.99 betfoldwin - $13,496.40 WSOP.com OC#21 - $200,000 Sunday Special Edition Buy-in: $320 Entries: 613 (384 rebuys) Prize pool: $299,100 Aram ‘X69Podheiser’ Zobian - $43,907.88 bbqnub1 - $32,512.17 Gunner_Q10 - $23,928 WSOP.com OC #22 - $75,000 Sunday 55 Buy-in: $55 Entries: 687 (1365 rebuys, 358 add-ons) Prize pool: $120,500 studog - $28,317.50 edypzed - $15,062.50 specialfx - $9,881 WSOP.com OC #23 - $20,000 NLH Knockout Buy-in: $75 Entries: 594 Prize pool: $43,174 Robotbob47 - $6,557.76 + $350 halama - $3,470.14 + $225 jmzit2u - $2,267.89 + $125 WSOP.com OC #24 - $20,000 NLH Deepstack Buy-in: $10 Entries: 791 (1676 rebuys, 452 add-ons) Prize pool: $26,562.90 DeionSanders - $6,109.46 c0nky - $3,227.39 yourmotsure - $2,125.03 WSOP.com $15,000 Sunday Kick-Off Buy-in: $50 Entries: 197 (209 rebuys, 109 add-ons) Prize pool: $23,432.50 sports247 - $6,326.77 Proteus99 - $3,690.61 UrNextPrez - $2,108.92 WSOP.com $15,000 Bracelet Warm-up Deepstack Buy-in: $100 Entries: 218 (83 rebuys) Prize pool: $27,391 bendtheknee - $5,259.07 luckyleo1980 - $3,925.13 omarcomin - $2,936.31 WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack Buy-in: $50 Entries: 176 (157 rebuys, 138 add-ons) Prize pool: $21,430.50 liter_a_cola - $5,786.23 SammyTwizz - $3,375.30 ithefuture - $1,928.74 WSOP.com $50,000 Weekly Sunday Buy-in: $500 Entries: 151 (115 rebuys) Prize pool: $124,222 WATCHGUY42 - $33,539.94 JefferinoH1 - $19,564.96 hellofriend - $11,179.98 WSOP.com $25,000 WSOP Bracelet Second Chance Deepstack Buy-in: $100 Entries: 401 (235 rebuys) Prize pool: $57,876 dogfacedboy - $9,225.43 Realm - $6,829.36 TIPnTimeBOMB - $5,035.21 PokerStars PA Half Price Sunday Special Buy-in: $50 Entries: 2,172 Prize pool: $98,826 Savant76 - $14,730.96 cowboydollars - $10,499.09 DaveyJoneLocker - $7,484.12 PokerStars PA Half Price Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $125 Entries: 509 Prize pool: $58,026 JonCaron215 - $10,267.58 flipper12x - $7,153.83 johnnyboat46 - $4,984.60 PokerStars PA Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 246 Prize pool: $22,582.80 AFA5671 - $4,357.18 HBGgolfSIM - $3,220.34 5BETCHET - $2,380.22 PokerStars NJ Half Price Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 530 Prize pool: $48,654 zhatka - $6,556.65* HustlersTavern - $7,499.44* Vote Kanye - $6,841.14* PokerStars NJ Half Price Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $250 Entries: 70 Prize pool: $16,310 insatiable - $4,893 iFoldN0T - $3,262 monkeyman067 - $2,446.50 partypoker NJ Sunday $35K GTD Buy-in: $215 Entries: 257 Prize pool: $51,400 MyCousinVinny5 - $10,280 chromeking - $6,769.38 Whosyourdoddy - $4,883
  2. It was yet another weekend of major prize pools and marquee events in the regulated online poker markets in the United States including the arrival of the World Poker Tour Online Poker Open on the partypoker US Network. Even with PokerStars playing out their Main Events of their Summer Series in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the WPT Online Poker Open stood above the rest as the largest U.S. online tournament of the weekend. The exclusive tournament for Garden State grinders saw 868 entries push the prize pool past the $300K guarantee to create a $317,540 prize pool. David ‘TheKing411’ Coleman, the current #4-ranked player in the United States, claimed the crown, took down the tournament, and the $56,585.70 first-place prize. In addition to the win, Coleman also earned a WPT Championship Trophy and an $11,000 package that includes entry into the World Poker Tour Five Diamond World Poker Classic in Las Vegas plus $600 in spending cash. The victory was nearly a career-high cash for Coleman as it awarded less than $1,000 off his score of $57,515 which he earned in July of 2019 after taking down a WSOP.com High Roller. The one-day event took over 10 hours to complete and the final table came to a relatively speedy conclusion. The early going final table action saw ‘A.Jackson1767’ (9th, $5,239), ‘anthonely’ (8th, $7,145) and ‘BV511’ (7th, $9,844) hit the rail, which guaranteed that each of the final six players would be walking away with a five-figure score. Josh ‘layitdown08’ Rothberg fell in sixth place when his ace-queen got it in against the surging ‘jbg82’s small pocket pair. Rothberg lost the flip but won $13,019.14, a new career-high online cash. Soon after, ’jbg82’ scored again, this time on ‘KevinDurant’. The pair got all their chips in the middle and ‘KevinDurant’s ace-jack was dominated by ’jbg82’s ace-queen. ‘KevinDurant’ finished in fifth, taking home $17,305.93. ‘jbg82’ was nowhere near finished busting people as he ended up taking out ’ShutUPnDANCE’ in fourth place for $22,545.34. They also eliminated ‘lucky’ in third place, who walked away with a healthy $29,689.99 score. But while ‘jbg82’ was eliminating people, Coleman was picking his spots and picking up chips. He scored a big hand with three left to take over the chip lead and once ‘lucky’ hit the rail, Coleman asserted his new lead over ‘jbg82’. The final hand was a bit of a cooler for ‘jbg82’ as both players flopped a flush with Coleman having the higher of the two. ‘jbg82’ runner-up performance was rewarded with a $42,232.82 score and Coleman booked the win. WPT Online Poker Open on partypoker Buy-in: $400 Entries: 868 Prize pool: $317,540 David ‘TheKing411’ Coleman - $56,585.70 jbg82 - $42,232.82 lucky - $29,689.99 ShutUPnDANCE - $22,545.34 KevinDurant - $17,305.93 layitdown08 - $13,019.14 BV511 - $9,843.74 anthonely - $7,144.65 A.Jackson1767 - $5,239.41 WSOP.com $100,000 Player Appreciation Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,211 (717 rebuys) Prize pool: $177,376 DontBluffMe1 - $28,220.52 vagab0nd - $17,453.79 dsquared - $12,682.38 WSOP.com $25,000 Monthly PLO High Roller Buy-in $525 Entries: 39 (38 rebuys) Prize pool: $38,500 huckcheevers - $13,475 seacolt11 - $8,470 BOCARATONE - $5,775 WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack Buy-in: $50 Entries: 225 (195 rebuys) Prize pool: $26,981.50 ismaray16 - $7,150.09 SLHalper - $4,182.13 J_Tanouye - $2,387.86 WSOP.com $15,000 Sunday Kick-off Buy-in: $50 Entries: 180 (173 rebuys) Prize pool: $20,930 ryanmco18 - $5,651.10 Got_The_Glow - $3,296.47 Thuro201 - $1,883.70 WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Sunday KO Buy-in: $100 Entries: 220 Prize pool: $20,680 solarcoaster - $4,022.70 + $325 in bounties gifafi - $2,352.90 + $175 in bounties the.headies - $1,343.43 + $25 in bounties WSOP.com $50,000 Monthly Sunday 6-Max Buy-in: $1,000 Entries: 74 (43 rebuys) Prize pool: $111,150 ParxBigStax - $32,233.50 veilleux - $18,895.50 2fly2die - $12,338 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday 6-Max Buy-in: $500 Entries: 90 (65 rebuys) Prize pool: $72,385 itwasthator0 - $20,629.72 TheDinosaur - $11,943.52 redsoxnets5 - $7,238.50 PokerStars PA Summer Series 35: $200 Main Event Buy-in: $200 Entries: 1,303 Prize pool: $242,358 ComecomecomeTD - $30,146.23* rancidpupil - $27,148.24* Lachoy14 - $27,146.23* PokerStars PA Summer Series 36: $50 Main Event Buy-in: $50 Entries: 1,044 Prize pool: $47,502 KnightsofNight - $7,758.10 uwillmiss - $5,536.77 simonlevy98 - $3,951.96 PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $250 Entries: 149 Prize pool: $34,717 $1Mplease2535 - $7,041.33 ChrundleTheGr8 - $5,287.24 aldrich801 - $3,970.20 PokerStars PA Summer Series 37: $100 PLO 6-Max Buy-in: $100 Entries: 244 Prize pool: $22,399.20 SleaxyAmishGirl - $4,317.80 Amgeez826800 - $3,187.54 MarcZumoff - $2,353.25 PokerStars PA Summer Series 38: $75 NLHE Series Wrap-Up Buy-in: $75 Entries: 329 Prize pool: $22,454.25 TheStrider124 - $4,203.04 TYCA45 - $3,072.90 SDotRog - $2,246.73 PokerStarsNJ Summer Series 37: $300 Main Event Buy-in: $300 Entries: 348 Prize pool: $97,440 Mummy’s Bitch - $17,895.92 ISlowRollYou - $13.024.96 coles93 - $9,479.97 PokerStarsNJ Summer Series 38: $50 Mini Main Event Buy-in: $50 Entries: 553 Prize pool: $25,161.50 TPR11 - $4,449 McZZyNJ - $3,171.10 oopth - $2,260.46
  3. It was another busy Sunday for U.S. regulated online poker this week with no shortage of options for players to compete for healthy paydays across the board. Players in Pennsylvania and New Jersey turned to their respective PokerStars clients to participate in the ongoing Summer Series while WSOP.com provided some of the biggest prize pools of the weekend. The $320 buy-in WSOP.com $100,000 GTD Sunday nearly doubled it’s already hefty guarantee this week as 641 entries boosted the prize pool to $192,300. Long time grinder and World Poker Tour champion Justin ‘tamaratibles’ Young shipped the event for a $47,113.50 payday. ‘dunningkrugr’ had two podium finishes on the day and finished as the runner-up in this one, taking home $26,441.25 for second place. Steven ‘Resilient85’ Watson claimed the bronze, adding $16,153.20 to his bankroll. The WSOP.com $50,000 Weekly Sunday nearly broke the six-figure prize pool mark as well when 196 players posted their $500 buy-in to create a $91,532 prize pool. U.S. top-ten ranked Daniel ‘redsoxnets5’ Sewnig took down the tournament and added $25,628.86 to his over $1.4 million in career online earnings. ‘Israelavital’ fell in second place, taking home $14,828.18. ‘dunningkrugr’ made the top three in back-to-back tournaments, earning $8,512.47 for third place and finishing the day just $7 short of $35,000 in total earnings. The PokerStars Summer Series was running in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey this weekend giving players a plethora of tournaments to choose from. ‘aldirch801’ outlasted the 1,041 runners in the PokerStars PA Summer Series Sunday Special (Event #12) to take home the $16,330.11 first-place prize. ‘AlasPoorYorick!‘ lived long enough to see second place, which was good for $11,655.88. ‘TheStrider124’ also walked away with a nice payday, turning their $100 buy-in into an $8,319.57 paycheck. The $250 buy-in PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller also did big business as 123 players created a prize pool of $28,659. ‘TurkTerminator’ eliminated the competition, picked up the victory, and $6,382.49 for their efforts. ‘AshyL4rry22’ was back at a PA final table, finishing in second place for $4,627.45 while ‘love2playpoker’ likely loved earning $3,355.06 for climbing into third. Over in New Jersey, the PokerStars NJ Summer Series Sunday Special (Event #13) saw 239 runners build a prize pool of $45,000. Garden State grinder ‘JinYangPP’ picked up the win and $8,661.04 for first, one of two major final table for them on Sunday. ‘chinoloco121’ fell just one place short of the title, taking home $6,462.02 for second place and ‘xaverian412’ fell in third place, earning $4,821.43. Daniel ‘AvaGray’ Lupo picked up another career victory by taking down the PokerStars NJ Summer Series $75 NLHE (Event #12). He bested the 306 entries to add the $3,919.21 to his impressive $3.3 million in career online earnings. ‘BrigBeast06’ fell in second place for $2,824.08 while 'StephGod30' hit a trey for $2,035.08. WSOP.com $100K Gtd Sunday Buy-in: $320 Entries: 411 (230 rebuys) Prize pool: $192,300 Justin ‘tamaratibles’ Young - $47,113.50 dunningkrugr - $26,441.25 Steven ‘Resilient85’ Watson - $16,153.20 vagab0nd - $12,307.20 circleball - $10,384.20 dusty4 - $8,461.20 thewholefunk - $6,345.90 pocket10z - $4,230.60 maddogmark25 - $2,788.35 WSOP.com $50,000 Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 116 (80 rebuys) Prize pool: $91,532 Daniel ‘redsoxnets5’ Sewnig - $25,628.96 Israelavital - $14,828.18 dunningkrugr - $8,512.47 ParxBigStax - $6,681.83 Art.Vandelay - $5,766.51 ShadowFiend1 - $4,851.19 WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Deepstack Buy-in: $50 Entries: 199 (159 rebuys) Prize pool: $23,068.50 beastro - $6,228.49 ppp37 - $3,633.28 phatdaddy - $2,076.16 armNhammer - $1,614.79 protential - $1,384.11 LearnToSwim - $1,153.42 Kvitka - $876.60 davec933 - $553.64 GreenMonster - $392.16 WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Sunday [KO] Buy-in: $100 Entries: 231 Prize pool: $21,714 beastro - $4,223.83 + $250 in bounties M.A.O.L.I - $2,470.54 + $200 in bounties AA_QTIP_KK - $1,410.60 + 150 in bounties pedr023 - $1,083.85 + $75 in bounties gamblegamble - $924.46 + $300 in bounties TIPnTimeBOMB - $765.07 + $200 in bounties pokermaster8 - $573.80 + $75 in bounties jenny1122 - $382.53 + $75 in bounties hagzzz021 -$270.96 + $75 in bounties PokerStars PA $75 NLHE [6-Max] Summer Series Event #11 Buy-in: $75 Entries: 346 Prize pool: $23,614.50 BlackBerlioz - $4,431.48 MR.20InchArms - $3,193.24 yaboylenny - $2,301.10 KERMIT_the_FROG - $1,658.21 RealizeRealLiez - $1,194.93 ZDUBZX - $861.09 PokerStars PA $100 NLHE [Sunday Special SE] Summer Series Event #12 Buy-in: $100 Entires: 1,041 Prize pool: 100,000 aldrich801 - $16,330.11 AlasPoorYorick! - $11,655.88 TheStrider124 - $8,319.57 phillythekid724 - $5,938.24 LZRM1111 - $4,238.51 NAAAARD - $3,025.30 alphanomasker - $2,159.36 ScottScottF - $1,541.27 bdlybldngpkrplr - $1,100.11 PokerStars PA $75 NLHE [8-Max, PKO] Summer Series Event #14 Buy-in: $75 Entries: 438 Prize pool: $29,893.50 OT_gR1d - $2,310.71 + $2,911.37 in bounties HodorHodorHodor - $2,310.49 + $995.50 in bounties Deuce9off - $1,394.42 + $491.79 in bounties bigdoritoTito - $1,004.75 + $172.63 in bounties DJHSMHBDH - $723.97 + $505.07 in bounties Pennny619 - $521.66 + $126.81 in bounties Heavyhev327 - $375.88 + $541.33 in bounties AndrewYang2020 - $270.84 + $59.68 in bounties PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $250 Entries: 123 Prize pool: $28,659 TurkTerminator - $6,382.49 AshyL4rry22 - $4,627.45 love2playpoker - $3,355.06 rrobmsm1992 - $2,432.53 Quakers1991 - $1,763.67 bwb5026 - $1,278.72 PokerStars PA Nightly Stars NLHE Buy-in: $100 Entries: 219 Prize pool: $20,104.20 fredsandfor886 - $3,931.71 GTOThanos_PB - $2,908.10 md429 - $2,151.11 TryptophanMan - $1,591.17 wnunley - $1,176.98 jackspratt33 - $870.61 Manimal7985 - $643.98 A Frequent ? - $476.35 MDeals - $352.36 PokerStars NJ $75 NLHE [6-Max] Summer Series Event #12 Buy-in: $75 Entires: 306 Prize pool: $20,884.50 Daniel 'AvaGray' Lupo - $3,919.21 BrigBeast06 - $2,824.08 StephGod30 - $2,035.08 nuttedd - $1,466.51 TiltedHard - $1,056.79 JETSgoJETS - $761.54 PokerStars NJ Sunday Special SE Summer Series Event #13 Buy-in: $200 Entries: 239 Prize pool: $45,000 JinYangPP - $8,661.04 chinoloco121 - $6,462.02 xaverian412 - $4,821.43 Stonniepokes - $3,597.36 sublion - $2,684.07 matt glantz - $2,002.63 Marshy7777 - $1,494.20 D.Drumpf - $1,114.85 Skrelnick - $831.81 PokerStars NJ Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 24 Prize pool: $11,280 Pokeher299 - $5,640 JinYangPP - $3,384 J3tBl@ckP0pe - $2,256 partypoker Sunday $35K GTD No Limit Hold’em Buy-in: $215 Entries: 167 Prize pool: $35,000 ($1,600 overlay) Jonuzi - $7,455 RiverMan - $5,075 wheels4920 - $3,815 BigDickRick - $3,150 Jeremyd2 - $2,695 FellateMe - $2,310 treetrap - $1,925 supremetny - $1,575 Allyoucaneat - $1,225
  4. Although there has been some discussion of live poker venues reopening in the United States, this weekend the real action remained online. Online grinders across New Jersey, Nevada, and Pennsylvania enjoyed some of the largest prize pools of the summer over the weekend, including the over $500,000 up for grabs in the Main Event of the WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit. New Jersey’s Frank ‘spaghettiii’ Marasco outlasted the 718 players (391 rebuys) of the $525 buy-in WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit Main Event to take home a career-high score of $127,535 and a spot in the WSOP Online Global Casino Championship. This is Marasco’s second Circuit win of the year, having captured a gold ring during the WSOP Circuit live event in Atlantic City back in March. Thomas ‘OtB_RedBaron’ Lim finished in second place and earned the $67,372.75 second-place prize. ‘artiliu’ wrapped up in third place which was good for $44,360. In other WSOP.com action, ‘Andrewbull88’ topped the 605 entries of the WSOP.com $100K Gtd Sunday to take home $45,375 for first. Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio made multiple major final tables on Sunday, and here he finished in second place for $25,410. Kyle ‘Kdruck’ Draucker fell in third place and earned $15,427.50. Jon ‘jetsfan14’ Borenstein also grabbed a piece of a six-figure prize pool after he took down the WSOP.com Weekly Sunday Six Max for $28,767.20. ‘dudeguydrew’ settled for second place and $16,643.88 while Zachary ‘lovepuddle’ Schwartz wrapped up in third place for $9,554.82 Pennsylvania offered a six-figure prize pool of its own as 1,162 entries piled into the PokerStars PA Sunday Special to create a $106,671 prize pool. ‘mysticnoori’ went the distance, earning $16,861.38 for first. PASCOOP title winner ‘BirdBrain64’ grabbed second place and $12,122.58. And ‘WHATWHYNO’ took home the bronze and $68,716.24 for their efforts. There was a three-way deal in the $200 buy-in PokerStars NJ Sunday Special that saw Daniel ‘AvaGray’ Lupo get the official win and $7,758.92. ’jgoons11’ took slightly less, banking $7,249.02 for second and ‘Force O Will’ locked up $7,165.69 for third. In the partypoker NJ Sunday $35K GTD, Sridhar 'sri100k' Sangannagari topped the field of 229 runners and took home $9,160 for first. ‘maniacalmonk’ finished in second place for $6,031.86. And ‘schaf4206’ climbed into third place, earning $4,351. WSOP.com Online Finale Circuit Main Event Buy-in: $525 Entries: 718 Prize pool: $554,500 Frank ‘spaghettiii’ Marasco - $127,535 Thomas 'OtB_RedBaron' Lim - $67,371.75 artiliu - $44,360 Mr_Foodles - $33,270 Anthony 'heheh' Zinno - $27,725 Zdvol632 - $22,180 TheRounder89 - $16,080.50 Bagelbud - $9,981 bella0827 - $7,208.50 WSOP.com $100K Gtd Sunday Buy-in: $320 Entries: 605 Prize pool: $181,500 Andrewbull88 - $45,375 Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio - $25,410 Kdruck - $15,427.50 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 220 Prize pool: $102,740 jetsfan14 - $28,767.20 dudeguydrew - $16,643.88 lovepuddle - $9,554.82 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $50 Entires: 396 Prize pool: $25,525.50 Anthony ‘flawlessbink’ Maio - $6,764.25 Ian ‘apokerjoker2’ Steinman - $3,956.45 AntoVegas - $2,259 WSOP.com Weekly Sunday [KO] Buy-in: $100 Entires: 240 Prize pool: $22,560 IQ84. - $4,388 + $325 in bounties DontBluffMe1 - $2,566 + $225 in bounties deemsta - $1,465.56 + $200 in bounties PokerStars PA Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,162 Prize pool: $106,671.60 mysticnoori - $16,861.38 BirdBrain64 - $12,122.58 WHATWHYNO - $8,716.24 PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $250 Entries: 135 Prize pool: $31,455 TurkTerminator - $6,652.05 TeamVillage - $4,858.31 wolfofbrdst - $3,548.31 PokerStars PA Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 242 Prize pool: $22,215.60 AlwaysE4 - $4,286.29 Prixzky7 - $3,2167.98 SammmyTheTank - $2,341.52 PokerStars NJ Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 255 Prize pool: $47,430 Daniel 'AvaGray' Lupo - $7,758.92* jgoons11 - $7,249.02* Force O Will - $7,165.69* partypoker Sunday $35K GTD Buy-in: $215 Entries: 229 Prize pool: $45,800 Sridhar 'sri100k' Sangannagari - $9,160 maniacalmonk - $6,031.86 schaf4206 - $4,351
  5. It's time for another look at the legal U.S. online poker scene, with results from WSOP.com, PokerStars, and partypoker across Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Memorial Day Weekend didn't slow down the online poker action around the U.S., as several big prizes were won on the virtual felt. Leading the way was Giusseppe 'Pantalette' Pantaleo's victory in the WSOP.com Money May Series Main Event that earned Pantaleo almost $60,000. Other big results were had by Nick 'Maggs' Olivieri and David 'dehhhhh' Coleman. The WSOP.com Money May Series Main Event drew a field of 494 entries and 254 entries to create a prize pool of $374,000. Pantaleo finished on top and took home $59,615.60. He beat Jonathan 'jonmon101' Miller in heads-up play, and then Gordon 'Gmoney227' Eng took third and Josh 'YoelRomero' King placed fourth. All of the top four finishers picked up more than $20,000 in prize money. In the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL Player Appreciation, a field of 1,027 entries and 696 entries generated a $158,516 prize pool. Winning the event for $34,080.94 was Olivieri. Ari 'philivey' Engel took fourth for $9,035.41. Also of note, 'TheDawn' placed seventh in the event for $4,279.93. 'TheDawn' also finished eighth in the Money May Series Main Event for $8,153.20. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Winning the $1,000 buy-in WSOP.com $100,000 High Roller for $33,494.71 was Coleman, one of the top-ranked online poker players in New Jersey and the United States. Coleman topped Angel 'chromeking' Lopez in heads-up play, with Zachary 'Dabledore7' Lipeles taking third. Lopez earned $25,093.96 and it wouldn't be the last time we heard from him on Sunday. Lipeles won $18,797.26 for this score, which came in addition to the $14,174.60 he won for taking sixth in the Money May Series Main Event. In the WSOP.com $75,000 GTD NL Sunday 55 event, Andrew 'WATCHGUY42' Lichtenberger won it for $19,956. Chris 'Robotbob47' Moorman took second for $10,560.05 and Katie 'katelin' Lindsay placed third for $6,901.45. Then it was Frank 'spaghettiii' Marasco winning the WSOP.com $50,000 Weekly Sunday [6-Max] for $20,496.63. In this event, Romero, who had placed fourth in the Money May Series Main Event, took fifth for $4,962.34. Also on WSOP.com, Michael 'mygame' Lavenburg won the $40,000 GTD PLO High Roller [6-Max] for $11,461.58. In Pennsylvania, it was another big Sunday on PokerStars PA. The flagship PokerStars PA Sunday Special drew a field of 1,221 entries for a prize pool of $112,087.80. There was a heads-up deal made and in the end, 'ATMEric' won $16,074 for first place and 'munson42082' took $14,381.51 for second. The PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller [6-Max] saw a field of 202 entries get topped by 'aldrich801' for $7,528.38. He actually didn’t win the most money from the event, though. A heads-up deal was made with 'tobykeith121,' who ended up with $8,411.78 for second place. In the PokerStars PA Nightly Stars event, 'soccerdad29' won it for $5,672.62. Finishing second was 'aldrich801,' who added $4,157.86 to his bankroll. In New Jersey, 'IIIIIIIIIIIII' won the partypoker Sunday $35K GTD NL for $8,000. The event had a prize pool of $40,000. Anthony 'Flawlessbinkage' Maio took second for $5,440. Also on partypoker NJ, 'supremetny' won the Daily $10K GTD NL for $4,082. The biggest prize won on PokerStars NJ belonged to Ryan 'ISlowRollYou' Hohner, who took down the Sunday Special for $9,585.38. Michael 'J3tBl@ckP0pe' Gagliano finished eighth for $1,171.80. Daniel 'monkeyman067' Sewnig won the PokerStars NJ Sunday Warm-Up for $2,170.65, and Angel 'Chr0meKing' Lopez took the PokerStars NJ Sunday High Roller [6-Max] title for $5,640. WSOP.com Money May Series $300,000 GTD Main Event Buy-in: $525 Entries: 494 entries + 254 reentries Prize pool: $374,000 Giusseppe 'Pantalette' Pantaleo - $59,615.60 Jonathan 'jonmon101' Miller - $44,132 Gordon 'Gmoney227' Eng - $32,538 Josh 'YoelRomero' King - $23,861.20 Dan 'fatdan44' Wach - $18,550.40 Zachary 'Dabledore7' Lipeles - $14,174.60 Andrew 'JinYang' Butcher - $10,733.80 TheDawn - $8,153.20 Joshua '808Grinder' Suyat - $6,133.60 WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL Player Appreciation Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,027 entries + 696 reentries Prize pool: $158,516 Nick 'Maggs' Olivieri - $34,080.94 gupgup123 - $17,595.27 Clockwork - $12,205.73 Ari 'philivey' Engel - $9,035.41 chuckies44 - $7,450.25 Jah_Dan - $5,865.09 TheDawn - $4,279.93 Joon 'jykpoker' Kim - $2,536.25 tileman630 - $1,902.19 WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller Buy-in: $1,000 Entries: 109 entries + 53 reentries Prize pool: $154,710 David 'dehhhhh' Coleman - $33,494.71 Angel 'chromeking' Lopez - $25,093.96 Zachary 'Dabledore7' Lipeles - $18,797.26 grownstacks - $14,109.55 Joseph 'ultradonk' Alban - $10,582.16 proffmarc - $7,936.62 Brian 'bmack1335' McKinney - $5,940.86 crazeelf666 - $4,409.23 David 'AvidSmores' Somers - $3,388.14 WSOP.com $75,000 GTD NL Sunday 55 Buy-in: $55 Entries: 507 entries + 889 rebuys and 267 add-ons Prize pool: $83,150 Andrew 'WATCHGUY42' Lichtenberger - $19,956 Chris 'Robotbob47' Moorman - $10,560.05 Katie 'katelin' Lindsay - $6,901.45 Christopher 'DontBluffMe1' Ryan - $5,238.45 Desmond 'deezz_nutzz' Hayes - $4,406.95 sunlight - $4,575.45 Daniel 'bunzer07' Jordan - $2,660.80 iPartyRock - $1,746.15 Robert 'bob_loblaw' Brown - $1,164.10 WSOP.com $50,000 Weekly Sunday [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 84 entries + 74 reentries Prize pool: $71,918 Frank 'spaghettiii' Marasco - $20,496.63 hellofriend - $11,866.47 Golden2323 - $7,191.80 Glenn 'deemsta' Poole - $5,753.44 Josh 'YoelRomero' King - $4,962.34 c0nky - $,243.16 WSOP.com $40,000 GTD PLO High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 57 entries + 44 reentries Prize pool: $47,167 Michael 'mygame' Lavenburg - $11,461.58 nicks100888 - $8,678.72 harveyhound - $6,485.46 ChegaSaudade - $4,858.20 Zachary 'lovepuddle' Schwartz - $3,570.54 Alexander 'ShadowFiend1' Condon - $2,622.48 PokerStars PA Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,221 Prize pool: $112,087.80 ATMEric - $16,074* munson42082 - $14,381.51* BlurryClue - $9,158.80 AllinWithAJoff - $6,585.25 lacava1106 - $4,734.84 fubadbeatbob - $3,404.39 2hgihosmi - $2,447.78 WiredDuckss - $1,759.98 Aquatin - $1,265.43 *Denotes a deal. PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $250 Entries: 202 Prize pool: $47,066 aldrich801 - $7,528.38* tobykeith121 - $8,411.78* fan_buzgon - $4,854.17 love2playpoker - $3,517.96 PrestigeWorld - $2,549.56 and_porter - $1,847.74 *Denotes a deal. PokerStars PA Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 333 Prize pool: $30,569.40 soccerdad29 - $5,672.62 aldrich801 - $4,157.86 limmieo9 - $3,047.70 jbrink22 - $2,233.95 5BETCHET - $1,637.48 UsualSuspect11 - $1,200.27 IveyTrump - $879.79 MrChillibin - $644.88 DamienSilks - $472.70 partypoker Sunday $35K GTD NL Buy-in: $215 Entries: 200 Prize pool: $40,000 IIIIIIIIIIIII - $8,000 Anthony 'Flawlessbinkage' Maio - $5,440 Rennan23 - $3,960 TopCreature - $3,280 Turkeyleg - $2,840 SharingisCaring - $2,440 KevinDurant - $2,040 mooseman1710 - $1,640 Bagels - $1,240 partypoker Daily $10K GTD NL Buy-in: $109 Entries: 157 Prize pool: $15,700 supremetny - $4,082 Heath1212 - $2,826 cashdancer - $1,884 roystalin - $1,413 WOWIE - $1,020.50 jamgi4me - $839.95 Khoury1040 - $659.40 BigOrangePants - $494.55 CRaFTe - $337.55 PokerStars NJ Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 252 Prize pool: $46,872 Ryan 'ISlowRollYou' Hohner - $9,585.38 toddchipman - $7,030.80 Wangdoodle25 - $5,296.53 laura33188 - $3,984.12 hobroken86 - $2,718.57 Stanton 'Stonniepokes' Tentnowski - $2,109.24 KoolerU - $1,640.52 Michael 'J3tBl@ckP0pe' Gagliano - $1,171.80 Wsopboy1997 - $890.56 PokerStars NJ Sunday Warm-Up Buy-in: $50 Entries: 248 Prize pool: $11,284 Daniel 'monkeyman067' Sewnig - $2,170.65 1st.p1ace - $1,617.75 shuniyam - $1,205.81 Ryan 'ISlowRollYou' Hohner - $898.76 Zenon9000 - %669.90 matador12ku1 - $99.31 Bruiser523 - $372.17 Spyboy11100 - $277.40 flipflopdoc1 - $206.76 PokerStars NJ Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 24 Prize pool: $11,280 Angel 'Chr0meKing' Lopez - $5,640 JJVFTW - $3,384 Michael 'J3tBl@ckP0pe' Gagliano - $2,256
  6. The biggest online poker tournament in Pennsylvania history has its winner. Very early on Tuesday morning, 'D-Low1527' topped the huge field of 2,774 entries in the record-breaking PokerStars PA Pennsyl-MANIA tournament to win $69,670.79. PokerStars PA Pennsyl-MANIA Final Table Results D-Low1527 - $69,670.79* justbuy44 - $58,175.62* CutYourOwnGrass - $37,444.69 caruso11125 - $26,477.41 Name_Not_Import - $18,722.37 philsfan123 - $13,238.75 BDGEJLM - $9,361.23 YouAlreadyKnow3 - $6,619.35 RevoltingBlob12 - $4,680.61 *Denotes a deal was made. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The two-day event kicked off on Sunday, May 17, 2020. After Day 1, 291 players remained with 'justbuy44' on top. Those players were all in the money as the top 467 places cashed a minimum of $360.24. Entering Day 2, 'justbuy44' was the only player with more than 400,000 in chips. When the final nine-handed table was reached, it was 'D-Low1527' in the lead. The players began to fall, with 'RevoltingBlob12' going out in ninth, 'YouAlreadyKnow3' busting in eighth, 'BDGEJLM' finishing seventh, and 'philsfan123' placing sixth. After a bit of five-handed play, the remaining players opted to pause the tournament and discuss a deal. Following the chat conversation between the players, some could not see the deal numbers that were supposed to pop up when the break started. The players that could not see the numbers claimed to only get a blank white screen and there was no member of support present to assist them. Play resumed because the break timed out. The players started the break again to see if they could sort things out, but the same issues came up so they were forced back to playing without a deal in place. In fifth place, 'Name_Not_Import' busted and earned $18,722.37. Then 'caruso11125' went out in fourth for $26,477.41. With three players left, 'D-Low1527' had the chip lead with about 65% of the chips in play and the final three players tried to make a deal. The shortest stack of the three, 'CutYourOwnGrass,' said he was having the same issue and only getting a blank white screen when trying to view the deal numbers. 'D-Low1527' said to just play it out and action resumed. Shortly after the cards were back in the air, 'CutYourOwnGrass' doubled through 'D-Low1527.' 'CutYourOwnGrass' would end up busting in third for $37,444.69 and then 'D-Low1527' and 'justbuy44' agreed to a deal. The original payouts were set with $74,891.69 for first place and $52,954.72 for second place. In the end, 'D-Low1527' finished off 'justbuy44' and earned $69,670.79 in first-place prize money. For the runner-up finish, 'justbuy44' took home $58,175.62. The final hand saw 'D-Low1527' and 'justbuy44' get the money in on the [poker card="Ks"][poker card="9s"][poker card="3h"] flop. 'D-Low1527' had top pair with the [poker card="Kd"][poker card="2h"] and 'justbuy44' had the [poker card="Tc"][poker card="3c"]. The turn was the [poker card="8h"] and the river was the [poker card="Ac"] to give 'D-Low1527' the victory in Pennsylvania's largest online poker tournament ever. [caption id="attachment_630953" align="aligncenter" width="1689"] Final hand of the first-ever PokerStars PA Pennsyl-MANIA tournament that gave 'D-Low1527' that big victory[/caption] Record-Setting Tournament The event had a $200 buy-in and a $250,000 prize pool guarantee. With nearly 2,800 entries tallied, the prize pool more than doubled the guarantee with $515,964 up for grabs. There were 1,760 unique players and 1,014 reentries in the tournament. The number of entries and prize pool both set records in the Keystone State. The previous prize pool record for a single online poker tournament in Pennsylvania was from the PokerStars PASCOOP Main Event in April. That event had a $300 buy-in, 1,315 entries, and a $368,200 prize pool. The PokerStars PA Pennsyl-MANIA tournament had a prize pool of nearly $150,000 more.
  7. The legal online poker world was abuzz over the weekend with another big Sunday of action across Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. There were several six-figure prize pools dished out and plenty of players won big across WSOP.com, PokerStars, and partypoker. Let's dive into some of the top results from the U.S. online poker scene on Sunday. On WSOP.com in Nevada and New Jersey, three big six-figure prize pools were up for grabs from the $200,000 GTD NL Sunday Special, $100,000 GTD NL High Roller, and $100,000 GTD NL Player Appreciation. Winners from each event picked up nearly $40,000 each. In the WSOP.com $200,000 GTD NL Sunday Special, a prize pool of $253,800 was generated from 511 entries and 335 entries. Finishing on top was 'kazuomatsui' for $38,298.42. He beat 'papp5551' in heads-up play, with 'papp5551' taking home $28,374.84. Zachary 'lovepuddle' Schwartz won the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller for $38,870.41. David 'premium' Stevens finished second for $29,121.38. In seventh place was Toby 'DustPistons' Lewis for $6,894.33 and then Matt 'Berkey11_s4y' Berkey placed eighth for $5,116.89. Another big first-place prize was won by 'lolololol' in the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL Player Appreciation, who took home $36,632.56 for topping the 1,852-entry field. In second place was 'lilp181' for $18,912.62. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] On PokerStars NJ in the Garden State, 'DabledoreNJ' won the largest prize on Sunday, taking home $9,281.11 for winning the PokerStars NJ $40,000 GTD Sunday Special. The event's $40,000 guarantee was surpassed with a $45,384 prize pool from 244 entries. The partypoker US Network, played in the NJ market right now, held two events with $100,000 prize pool guarantees. The partypoker US Network Online Open $100,000 GTD Main Event was a $400 buy-in event with 270 entries. It fell just short of the guarantee and was won by 'TheKing411.' He earned $21,233.09 after a heads-up deal with 'odo23,' who took $19,016.92. In the partypoker US Network Online Open $100,000 GTD Phased NL, 726 entries were in the field and 'AvidSmores' topped them all to win $18,700. The largest event in Pennsylvania was the PokerStars PA $50,000 GTD Sunday Special. It had 836 entries and a $76,744.80 prize pool. Taking top honors was 'neverf0ld111' for $12,816.21. In the PokerStars PA $20,000 GTD Sunday High Roller [6-Max], 131 entries generated a prize pool of $30,523. 'MarcZumoff' was the winner for $6,454.96. WSOP.com $200,000 GTD NL Sunday Special Buy-in: $320 Entries: 511 entries + 335 reentries Prize pool: $253,800 kazuomatsui - $38,298.42 papp5551 - $28,374.84 jhaynes2433 - $20,938.50 Alexander 'ShadowFiend1' Condon - $15,329.52 Robert 'bustinballs' Kuhn - $11,903.22 Darren 'avocadotoast' Rabinowitz - $9,136.80 khalpapa - $6,903.36 georgeinla - $5,253.66 DanFriel - $3,984.66 WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller Buy-in: $1,000 Entries: 125 entries + 63 reentries Prize pool: $179,540 Zachary 'lovepuddle' Schwartz - $38,870.41 David 'premium' Stevens - $29,121.38 Bank24 - $21,814.11 David 'chinoloco' Lu - $16,374.04 Mitch 'paltex' Garshofsky - $12,280.53 krookdtyrant - $9,210.40 Toby 'DustPistons' Lewis - $6,894.33 Matt 'Berkey11_s4y' Berkey - $5,116.89 Michael 'LeftSid3' Haberman - $3,931.92 WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL Player Appreciation Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,153 entries + 699 reentries Prize pool: $170,384 lolololol - $36,632.56 lilp181 - $18,912.62 IntoTheRiver - $13,119.56 Crushingly - $9,711.88 phatdaddy - $8,008.04 TheGilroy - $6,304.20 Qi 'LINSANITY' Ha - $4,600.36 SiParaTu - $2,726.14 Anthony 'DEEZNUTZ1709' Ciccotelli - $2,044.60 PokerStars NJ $40,000 GTD Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 244 entries Prize pool: $45,384 DabledoreNJ - $9,281.11 J3tBl@ckP0pe - $6,807.60 CMiller2580 - $5,128.39 ChiefLegs - $3,857.64 mysterion121 - $2,632.27 Batzz88 - $2,042.28 FlawlessBINK - $1,588.44 PandaJoe16 - $1,134.60 AvaGray - $862.29 PokerStars NJ $10,000 GTD Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 158 entries Prize pool: $14,504.40 ForTheThr1ll - $3,118.57 11usc541 - $2,248.18 Skrelnick - $1,704.26 aad0906 - $1,269.13 sjockorbavich - $870.26 kinkyjacob1 - $725.22 TPR11 - $580.17 Smilin Tom - $435.13 HeadyMoe88 - $290.08 PokerStars NJ $10,000 GTD Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $500 Entries: 30 entries Prize pool: $14,100 Mc_Lovin1632 - $6,345 ISlowRollYou - $4,230 Wsopboy1997 - $2,115 sketchem23 - $1,410 PokerStars NJ $10,000 GTD Sunday Warm-Up Buy-in: $50 Entries: 244 entries Prize pool: $11,102 Rhino609 - $2,135.59 bmils439 - $1,591.66 Stonniepokes - $1,186.36 C. Janicsek - $884.26 crabbycos - $659.09 sandmad - $491.26 Penguino246 - $366.17 sketchem23 - $272.92 JUNE LATATA - $203.43 PokerStars NJ $7,500 GTD Sunday Storm [6-Max] Buy-in: $10 Entries: 821 entries Prize pool: $7,500 1Panny1 - $1,322.25 evanb004 - $975 hebbs1010 - $750 August10Baby - $525 DocHollidayA - $375 andypants8 - $225 partypoker US Network Online Open $100,000 GTD Main Event Buy-in: $400 Entries: 270 Prize pool: $100,000 TheKing411 - $21,233.09* odo23 - $19,016.92* Pokeher - $10,900 spinach_kale - $8,200 chromeking - $6,050 TheSims - $4,900 Davealfa - $3,800 upayformypennys - $2,750 brownmagic - $2,000 *Denotes a deal was made. partypoker US Network Online Open $100,000 GTD Phased NL Buy-in: $109 Entries: 726 Prize pool: $100,000 AvidSmores - $18,700 FerociousPanda - $14,000 schaf4206 - $10,000 TopCreature - $7,400 ClarkWesterfeld - $5,750 Million27 - $4,500 sansara52 - $3,500 MoZZyNJ - $2,600 repyourset7 - $1,900 partypoker US Network Online Open $20,000 GTD Main Event Buy-in: $55 Entries: 436 Prize pool: $21,800 madroc - $4,076.60 Dex_Osama - $3,052 Wardmartin - $2,180 MikeDB7 - $1,613.20 PayneKilla - $1,253.50 AlwaysCheck88 - $981 JohnClark - $763 Cayogal - $566.80 Gambler16 - $414.20 PokerStars PA $50,000 GTD Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 836 entries Prize pool: $76,744.80 neverf0ld111 - $12,816.21 tich213 - $9,214.48 Ambiter - $6,625.29 Gave-up-poker - $4,763.64 Rungood35 - $3,425.09 kdQuel - $2,462.67 Longcoats11 - $1,770.67 youbestnotmiss - $1,273.13 bigdoritoTito - $915.38 PokerStars PA $20,000 GTD Sunday High Roller [6-Max] Buy-in: $250 Entries: 131 entries Prize pool: $30,523 MarcZumoff - $6,454.96 KnightsofNight - $4,714.36 aldrich801 - $3,443.17 BirdBrain64 - $2,514.75 Dionysus1888 - $1,836.67 Lachoy - $1,102.14 PokerStars PA $20,000 GTD Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 262 entries Prize pool: $25,000 RiverMeDaddy - $4,301.27* wongsic - $4,003.10* 5u1ly - $2,599.84 WHATWHYNO - $1,917.52 KennytheRipper - $1,414.27 Virgil369366 - $1,043.10 aldrich801 - $769.34 rrobmsm1992 - $567.43 jbrink22 - $418.51 *Denotes a deal was made. PokerStars PA $12,000 GTD Sunday Warm-Up Buy-in: $30 Entries: 635 entries Prize pool: $17,335.50 Dionysus1888 - $3,008.50 Dikembe311 - $2,182.76 dannysek123 - $1,584.02 Danieldanielson - $1,149.52 BuffBills044 - $834.21 Simonster27 - $605.38 octobersky2345 - $439.33 nickheatonpaul - $318.82 DomeGod69420 - $231.36 PokerStars PA $15,000 GTD The Big $20 Buy-in: $20 Entries: 747 entries Prize pool: $15,000 NeillyAA74 - $1,913.54* snoppy675 - $1,913.53* KLOCEO - $1,913.53* flppdt - $973.98 PHOn0menal - $706.81 Clarky42472 - $512.93 robertpsulson - $372.23 LilMiniCoop45 - $270.13 djratdog88 - $196.03 *Denotes a deal was made.
  8. Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania were once again roaring with legal online poker action on Sunday, as thousands of players flocked to the virtual felt in an attempt to score big paydays. Let's take a look at some of the biggest results that were had from the U.S. online poker scene. The action on WSOP.com across Nevada and New Jersey was exciting. The site had several huge tournaments play out, including the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller, the WSOP.com $150,000 GTD NL Sunday Special, and the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD 'Keep It 100.' All three of these events had six-figure guarantees that were beat. The WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller drew a field of 104 entries and 57 reentries to generate a prize pool of $153,755. Winning the event was a player we've become accustomed to seeing in the winner's circle on WSOP.com, Brian 'JackBogle' Altman. He topped all competitors to win the $33,287.95 first-place prize. Altman beat Chris '2fly2die' Hunichen in heads-up play, with Hunichen taking home $24,939.06 in prize money. Shaun 'nyjets23' O'Donnell finished third and Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein took fourth. Speaking of Hunichen, he was the winner of the WSOP.com $100,000 GTD 'Keep It 100' tournament for $22,093.20. This event drew 386 entries and 260 reentries. Also in this event, Ryan 'hagzzz021' Hagerty took second place for $16,343.80, Jared 'darrensrabbi' Jaffee was third for $12,054.36, and Eric 'circleball' Baldwin placed fourth for $8,863.12. The 'Keep It 100' initiative is a new promotion from WSOP.com, beginning on Tuesday, May 5. The $215 buy-in event has a $100,000 prize pool guarantee and it will run daily until the guarantee isn't met. Sunday's edition was the sixth edition of the tournament. Also on WSOP.com, 'GladiusIII' won the $150,000 GTD NL Sunday Special for $27,222.36, beating out Robert 'bustinballs' Kuhn in heads-up play. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] In New Jersey, the PokerStars NJ $40,000 GTD Sunday Special attracted a field of 248 entries to generate a $46,128 prize pool. Finishing in first place was ‘Crav1us,’ who took home $9,433.33 for the victory. ‘JinYangPP’ placed second for $6,919.20. Over on partypoker NJ in the Garden State, ‘rumpthumper’ and ‘ChekyoRaySon’ chopped the Sunday $35,000 Guaranteed. After the deal, ‘rumpthumper’ took $7,012.78 and ‘ChekyoRaySon’ won $6,158.53. Pennsylvania online poker had some big prize pools and winners, too. In the PokerStars PA $100,000 GTD Sunday Special, ‘Gambolll’ chopped with ‘LilAlch’ and took home $15,517.57. ‘LilAlch’ earned $14,064.47. The site’s $20,000 GTD Sunday High Roller saw ‘aldrich801’ finish first for $8,031.20. Lastly, the $20,000 GTD Nightly Stars had a prize pool of nearly $28,000 and ‘c202020’ won it for $5,242.40. USA Sunday Majors Results WSOP.com $100,000 GTD NL High Roller Buy-in: $1,000 Entries: 104 entries + 57 reentries Prize pool: $153,755 Brian 'JackBogle' Altman - $33,287.95 Chris '2fly2die' Hunichen - $24,939.06 Shaun 'nyjets23' O'Donnell - $18,681.23 Scott '2Due4U' Blumstein - $14,022.45 Kyle 'Kdruck' Draucker - $10,516.84 helionic - $7,887.63 wubalubadubb - $5,904.19 Yong 'LUCKYSPEWY1' Kwon - $4,382.01 WSOP.com $100,000 GTD 'Keep It 100' Buy-in: $215 Entries: 386 entries + 260 reentries Prize pool: $129,200 Chris '2fly2die' Hunichen - $22,093.20 Ryan 'hagzzz021' Hagerty - $16,343.80 Jared 'darrensrabbi' Jaffee - $12,054.36 Eric 'circleball' Baldwin - $8,863.12 nokilok - $6,886.36 bobbadabing - $5,258.44 chaipoker - $3,992.28 lolololol - $3,036.20 Matt 'berkey11_s4y' Berkey - $2,261 WSOP.com $150,000 GTD NL Sunday Special Buy-in: $215 Entries: 582 entries + 320 reentries Prize pool: $180,400 GladiusIII - $27,222.36 Robert 'bustinballs' Kuhn - $20,168.72 Ryan 'N.O.Xplode' Hall - $14,883 Takaw - $10,896.16 ct188 - $8,460.76 Brian 'bexel' Sherrier - $6,494.40 FLOPEMDEAD - $4,906.88 xxlr8 - $3,734.28 Glenn 'deemsta' Poole - $2,832.28 PokerStars NJ $40,000 GTD Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 248 entries Prize pool: $46,128 Crav1us - $9,433.33 JinYangPP - $6,919.20 TRott17 - $5,212.46 jokerlevynj - $3,920.88 Pokerkid1989#1 - $2,675.42 JETSgoJETS - $2,075.76 epdawg5 - $1,614.48 Fort Matilda - $1,153.20 el binko - $876.43 partypoker NJ Sunday $35,000 Guaranteed Buy-in: $215 Entries: 196 Prize pool: $26,028.80 rumpthumper - $7,012.68* ChekyoRaySon - $6,158.53* Chips_Jammed - $3,880.80 Gohednpopoff - $3,214.40 roystalin - $2,783.20 Pokerplaya86 - $2,391.20 Burritoboy28 - $1,999.20 Cholie - $1,607.20 skoops555 - $1,215.20 *Denotes a deal. PokerStars PA $100,000 GTD Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,186 entries Prize pool: $108,874.80 Gambolll - $15,517.57* LilAlch - $14,064.47* ShadoeWolf5 - $8,896.26 tich213 - $6,396.49 fellwear42069 - $4,599.12 NARDOELS - $3,306.81 Schwibbs1 - $2,377.61 SammyTheTank - $1,709.53 Tonya Hardingg - $1,229.16 *Denotes a deal. PokerStars PA $20,000 GTD Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $250 Entries: 172 entries Prize pool: $40,076 aldrich801 - $8,031.20 4TH3K1D$ - $5,826.03 DJHSMHBDH - $4,226.41 nsully10 - $3,065.99 liftship - $2,224.18 deadtosolve - $1,613.50 PokerStars PA $20,000 GTD Nightly Stars Buy-in: $100 Entries: 304 entries Prize pool: $27,907.20 c202020 - $5,242.40 NotGi1-t - $3,842.44 TYCA45 - $2,816.50 WHATWHYNO - $2,064.49 bigdoritoTito - $1,513.26 ALmerle - $1,109.21 $stacksMcGee - $813.05 ZSafern2019 - $595.96 Jackvybo09 - $436.84
  9. The momentum from the recently completed PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker carried over straight into this week’s PA Sunday Majors as all six highlighted events had no problem soaring past their posted guarantees. The $100 Sunday Special lived up to its name this week as 1,458 entries generated a prize pool of $133,944.40. Then, something you don’t see every day in online poker occurred as the final six players all agreed to a deal to chop up the final $63,000. The six-way pact allowed for three players to walk away with five-figure scores including the official winner ‘Crazzynids’ who banked $12,067.29 for first-place. ‘GordonBomayV’ was listed as the official runner-up, taking home $8,919.57 while ‘YouGotBernd’ earned the bronze and $7,865.99 for their efforts. 'NeillyAA74’ may have come in fourth place in the standings, but they walked away with the most money by adding $12,639.41 to their bankroll. ‘KG717’ picked up $9,946.62 for fifth and the final member of the deal was ‘blossjamiea’ who won $11,795.77. There was also a deal in the $30 Sunday Warm-up as ‘tlkplayer647’ and ‘hefnerrrr’ topped the 845-entry field and agreed to an even chop sending them both offline with $3,311.28. Falling just short of heads-up play was ‘wnunley’ who finished in third place and earned $1,991.47. The $10 Sunday Story Six Max drew a healthy field of 1,032 entries and beat the $7,500 guarantee with a prize pool of $9,39120. ‘PHOn0menal’ emerged as the winner taking down $1,535.45 for first place. Right behind him was ‘ChinalPaul12’ who earned $1,069.13 as the runner-up. In third place, ‘SolusApparatus’ turned their $10 into a $744.94 payday. Another major win for PA online poker players was the field in the $250 High Roller. Just a month ago, the field was taking a bit of a breather and hovering in the 130-140 player range. On Sunday, 212 entries pushed the prize pool to $49,396, more than doubling the $20,000 posted guarantee. In the end, PA online grinder ‘RevoltingBlob12’ picked up the victory and added $9,699.69 to his earnings. ‘imademyhand’ also made $7,029.50 for finishing in second place. The High Roller was was the first of two final tables for ‘rrobmsm1992’, who finished in third place for $5,094.48. The second final table for ‘rrobmsm1992’ came in the $100 Nightly Stars where he made a heads-up deal with ‘TheDirtyLenny’ in which ‘rrobmsm1992’ secured the victory and another $4,681.70. For his part ‘TheDirtyLenny’ nearly earned first-place money, banking $4,672.04 as the runner-up. Third place belonged to ‘mrhoffa99’ who wrapped his evening with $2,899.88. The last of the PA Sunday Majors was the $50 Sunday Supersonic which saw 274 entries fire in the hyper-turbo to create a $12,878 prize pool. ‘dnb128880’ managed to make it to the end, collecting $2,448.54 for first place. ‘vinsanity21287’ took second place for $1,794.56 while ‘JustTheTibbs’ wrapped up in third which was good for $1,315.41. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-up 845 entries $23,068.50 prize pool ($15,000 Gtd) tlkplayer647 - $3,311.28* hefnerrrr - $3,311.28* wnunley - $1,991.47 smitty126620 - $1,431.88 ScottScottF - $1,029.54 chinooksalmon76 - $740.24 stevestevens1 - $5,32.24 dpatch11202 - $382.68 palehorse21 - $275.15 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 1,032 entries $9,391.20 prize pool ($7,500 Gtd) PHOn0menal - $1,535.45 ChinalPaul12 - $1,069.13 SolusApparatus - $744.94 LadyMagoo888 - $519.05 10_8dd - $361.66 DamonthenomaD - $251.99 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 1,458 entries $133,844.40 prize pool ($100,000 Gtd) Crazzynids - $12,067.29* GordonBombayV - $8.919.57* YouGotBernd - $7,865.99* NeillyAA74 - $12,639.41* KG717 - $9,946.62* blossjamiea - $11,795.77* dimatera - $2,848.51 PhillySteve82 - $2,048.10 LarryGrill777 - $1,472.59 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller Six Max 212 entries $49,396 prize pool ($20,000 Gtd) RevoltingBlob12 - $9,699.69 imademyhand - $7,029.50 rrobmsm1992 - $5,094.48 steviestacks420 - $3,692.11 Malignant88 - $2,675.78 dk6690 - $1,939.21 PokerStars PA $100 Nightly Stars 313 entires $28,733.40 prize pool ($20,000 Gtd) rrobmsm1992 - $4,681.70* TheDIrtyLenny - $4,672.04* mrhoffa99 - $2,899.88 plo_head - $2,125.61 wongsic - $1,558.06 NickZagouyko - $1,142.05 jbrink22 - $837.12 KennytheRipper - $613.61 BDGEJLM - $449.77 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 274 entires $12,878 prize pool ($7,500 Gtd) dnb128880 - $2,448.54 vinsanity21287 - $1,794.56 JustTheTibbs - $1,315.41 AndrewYang2020 - $964.19 511D - $706.75 angrypirate1206 - $518.04 deenyce24 - $379.72 lockboyglockboy - $278.33 rounder1861 - $204.02
  10. The Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker (PASCOOP) continued on Sunday on PokerStars PA, with more exciting action from the Keystone State taking place. The biggest events to take place were the high and low main events, but both are two-day competitions, so they have yet to complete. In Event #45-H: $300 NLHE [Main Event], 'NickZagouyko' leads the remaining 158 players. In Event #45-L: $50 NLHE [Main Event], it's 'Malignant88' with the chip lead. 'NickZagouyko' is atop the High Main Event with 374,015 in chips. There are 158 players remaining from the field of 1,315 entries and first place is $57,394.54. In the Low Main Event, 'Malignant88' leads the remaining 38 players from a field of 2,073 entries with 1,728,063 in chips. There is $14,093.98 up top in the Low Main Event. Both tournaments will play to winners on Monday. In Event #44-H: $100 NLHE [Progressive KO, DeepStack], 'CMU ROCKET67' picked up the victory atop a field of 483 entries to win $3,740.47 plus $4,222.56 in bounties. In Event #44-L: $10 NLHE [Progressive KO, DeepStack], 'siLLy_tv_87' beat a field of 1,201 entries to win $753.71 plus $588.61 in bounties. There were also a pair of hyper-turbo events that played out, Event #47-H: $75 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo] and Event #47-L: $7.5 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo]. In the first, 'BMM2019' topped a field of 218 entries to win $3,005.67. 'CleggsOnGG,' who won his second PASCOOP title on Saturday, finished sixth for $665.55. In the second, 'Trevayame' finished in first place atop a field of 359 entries to win $913.83. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"] Event #44-H: $100 NLHE [Progressive KO, DeepStack] 483 entries $44,339.40 prize pool CMU ROCKET67 - $3,740.47 + $4,222.56 in bounties Dionysus1888 - $$3,740.22 + $809.32 in bounties Xpen 3haet - $2,403.90 + $577.33 in bounties PocketWons - $1,802.67 + $246.72 in bounties CL911129 - $1,351.81 + $886.06 SendMeUrSatoshi - $1,013.71 + $355.73 CleggsOnGG - $760.17 + $520.66 in bounties darian0127 - $570.05 + $91.81 in bounties tobykeith - $427.48 + $197.23 in bounties Event #44-L: $10 NLHE [Progressive KO, DeepStack] 1,201 entries $10,929.10 prize pool siLLy_tv_87 - $753.71 + $588.61 in bounties Gandalf Cassel - $752.86 + $160.22 in bounties WhatbeatsWhat1 - $483.87 + $143.21 in bounties glowred4 - $362.85 + $125.10 in bounties TheCuz86 - $272.10 + $127.11 truesob6 - $204.04 + $35.61 white3303223 - $153.01 + $40.95 in bounties ddt66ddt - $114.74 + $122.41 in bounties willgp299 - $86.04 + $52.17 in bounties Event #45-H: $300 NLHE [Main Event] 158 from 1,315 entries remaining $368,200 prize pool NickZagouyko - 374,015 ajchute21 - 343,645 TurkTerminator - 343,555 CreateReality - 323,299 fan_buzgon - 315,424 staxhagawd - 301,799 Drtooth24 - 301,421 tich213 - 288,123 GmblerAnonymous - 272,534 Jvic2721 - 263,063 Event #45-L: $50 NLHE [Main Event] 38 from 2,073 entries remaining $94,321.50 prize pool Malignant88 - 1,728,063 Darkhorse0007 - 1,388,987 AdamofEternia - 984,029 Bert Chrysler - 922,929 TiltedMachine - 908,466 30h5 - 842,113 FullSender43 - 814,666 Tobes37 - 788,468 Buccos5114 - 775,558 robertbuf510 - 743,739 Event #47-H: $75 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo] 218 entries $15,369 prize pool BMM2019 - $3,005.67 GetRoman - $2,223.15 Badbeat2315 - $1,644.45 TeamVillage - $1,216.39 LHK1213YLJ - $899.76 CleggsOnGG - $665.55 ChrundieTheGr8 - $492.30 kingjeans1 - $364.15 NoamSayng - $269.36 Event #47-L: $7.5 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo] 359 entries $5,000 prize pool Trevayame - $913.83 CaptainTrippps - $669.61 Wormy40 - $490.82 jaykneemac - $359.77 DIEZAL801458 - $263.71 pghpug - $193.30 PetCheetah101 - $141.68 1tln Stromboli - $103.85 XanderPantz - $76.12
  11. Thursday night’s PokerStars PA SCOOP schedule was highlighted by a pair of fast and furious head-up, progressive total KO tournaments. The events, which were played as ZOOM tournaments, gave Pennsylvania grinders a different look from the standard No Limit Hold’em tournaments that dominate the schedule. The goal of these heads-up battles is to blast through as much of the opposition as possible, collecting bounties along the way. In the end, how successful you are isn’t directly correlated with what ‘rank’ you end up with. With the entirety of the buy-in placed in the bounty pool, and zero dollars placed in a separate prize pool like traditional PKO’s, a player could only get paid if they took out an opponent. In Event #36-H ($200 No Limit Hold’em Heads-Up, Progressive Total KO, Zoom) it was ‘Dragon Kenney’ that not only outlasted the entire field of 197 entries, but also walked away as the biggest heads-up winner taking home $9,153.20 in bounties. He beat ‘wnunley’ in the final match, who picked up $1,986.43 along the way. While ‘wnunley’ technically came in second, he was third in total money earned as ‘HBGgolfSIM’, who finished in fourth place, earned $2,737.69 in bounties. ‘BirdBrain64’ also picked up four-figures worth of bounties, capturing the fourth-highest total of $1,499.63 for their efforts. In the lower buy-in Event #36-L ($20 NLHE Heads-Up, Progressive Total KO, Zoom) it was ‘NellyAA74’ who was the last player standing, taking home $1,269.24 in total bounties. ‘Chaserr11’ was the official runner-up, turning their $20 buy-in into $713.94 in bounties. ‘theraps316’ officially took home the bronze earning $645.02 in bounties, but it was ‘Clauso224215’ that took home the third-largest score of the tournament, wrapping up in sixth place but walking away with $700.19. Although he didn’t get to the end in the Heads-Up event, ‘BirdBrain64’ finished off the evening with the biggest score of the night by taking down Event #35-H ($100 NLHE) for a $9,611.71 score. Right behind him was ‘kdQuel’ who fell in second place, earning $6,974.93. PokerStars PA reg ‘BMM2019’ also managed to climb into the top three, adding $5,061.70 to their bankroll for third place. During heads-up play in Event #35-L ($10 NLHE), ‘thpinal’ was faced with a four-to-one chip deficit when he made the one time offer to chop evenly - no ICM. “If I double man, I swear I won’t chop I’m just telling you that…” he stated in chat but ‘starrynight42’, undeterred, opted to play it out. “No worries, I’d rather play. Even if you double it’s all good.” he typed in the chatbox. Within five hands ’thpinal’ doubled. With the stacks even, ‘thpinal’ quickly offered an even chop yet again which ‘starrynight42’ ended up agreeing to. The pair played it out for the title, which was earned by ‘thpinal’ who also picked up an extra $125 for first for a total of $1,385.35. As the runner-up, ‘starrynight42’ earned $1,260.35 in the chop. ‘win 1023’ was the third-place finisher, picking up $795.38. Event #35-H: $100 NLHE 594 entries $54,529.20 ($20K Gtd) BirdBrain64 - $9,611.71 kdQuel - $6,974.93 BMM2019 - $5,061.70 pariszoo11 - $3,673.27 NeillyAA74 - $2,665.69 TABLECAPTAINNNN - $1,934.49 StashMoney14 - $1,403.86 love2playpoker - $1,018.78 TightIsRight570 - $739.33 Event #35-L: $10 NLHE 1,042 entries $9,482.20 ($5K Gtd) thpinal - $1,385.35* starrynight42 - $1,260.35* nin1023 - $795.38 Joesgut - $571.88 seanfitz84 - $411.19 Godwinski - $295.85 huntem708 - $212.57 olephillyboy4 - $152.84 Event #36-H: $200 NLHE Heads-Up, Progressive Total KO, Zoom 197 entries $36,642 ($25K Gtd) Dragon Kenney - $9,153.20 in bounties wnunley - $1,986.43 in bounties Morris Wanchuk - $927.09 in bounties HBGgolfSIM - $2,737.69 in bounties BirdBrain64 - $1,499.63 in bounties king12929 - $1,023.01 in bounties Event #36-L: $20 NLHE Heads-Up, Progressive Total KO, Zoom 916 entries $16,671.20 ($7.5K Gtd) NellyAA74 - $1,269.24 in bounties Chaserr11 - $713.94 in bounties theraps316 - $645.02 in bounties bradman123 - $332.40 in bounties the0ne08 - $398.84 in bounties Clauso224215 - $700.19 in bounties
  12. Players playing Monday's PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker schedule had a little bit more room at the tables than they were accustomed to. It wasn't that the fields weren't big - they were - but all four events were of the Six Max variety. The biggest winner on Monday was 'realbigtymer' who beat out 157 other entries to take down Event #31-H ($200 Six Max PLO PKO) for $2,622.60 and $3,648.75 worth of bounties. Runner-up 'breakfastball' had to settle for $2,622.51 plus $1,191.57 in bounties. 'TheChipKelly' was unable to win a Championship and had to settle for finishing in third place for $1,725.35 and just $267.38 from bounties. 'iwasalladream' won Event #31-L ($20 Six Max PLO PKO) by outlasting 594 other entries to win $817.49 while collecting $1,219.84 worth of bounties. 'floatar' beat 'AndrewYang2020' heads-up to win Event #32-H ($150 Six Max NLHE Hyper Turbo) and collect the $5,624.52 winner's share. 'AndrewYang2020' picked up $4,076.09 while third-place finisher 'ElokkPoker' took home $2,954.05. 'Proverbs2820' was richly blessed with a $1,245.97 score after winning Event #32-L ($15 Six Max NLHE Hyper Turbo). Event #31-H: $200 Six Max PLO PKO 158 entries $29,388 prize pool realbigtymer - $2,622.60 + $3,648.75 breakfastball - $2,622.51 + $1,191.57 TheChipKelly - $1,725.35 + $267.38 BeanTaco2.0 - $1,313.22 + $81.38 TeamVIllage - $999.54 + $1,248.23 MRI_381 - $760.78 + $531.85 Event #31-L: $20 Six Max PLO PKO 595 entries $10,829 prize pool iwasalladream - $817.49 + $1,219.84 LilMac14-0 - $817.22 + $132.65 [x] swanny - $489.27 + $58.86 Fiend4Green421 - $350.76 + $17.06 wpnbot00100 - $251.46 + $26.16 dntphnkwmy<3 - $180.27 + $138.18 Event #32-H: $150 Six Max NLHE Hyper Turbo 201 entries $28,642.50 prize pool floatar - $5,624.52 AndrewYang2020 - $4,076.09 ElokkPoker - $2,954.05 love2playpoker - $2,140.89 alexfens10 - $1,551.56 pigsoverus - $1,124.46 Event #32-L: $15 Six Max NLHE Hyper Turbo 497 entries $7,007.70 prize pool Proverbs2820 - $1,245.97 Biscuits4Lunch - $867.76 BowlingBeauty - $604.63 Sparky_G178 - $421.29 dntphnkwmy<3 - $293.54 AtomicAndyDog - $203.53
  13. The fifth day of action in the inaugural PokerStars Pennsylvania Spring Championship of Online Poker featured four events, highlighted by the first High Roller event of the schedule. 'KennytheRipper' and 'ElokkPoker' chopped up Event #15-H ($500 Six Max NLHE High Roller) after outlasting 175 other entries. 'KennytheRipper' wound up with the title and $15,079.34 while 'ElokkPoker' had to settle for runner-up status and a $13,685.47 score. Third place finisher 'floatar' took home the scheduled $8,773.22 third place prize money. The Low version of that event, Event #15-L ($50 Six Max NLHE), had 914 runners with 'isthiscanada?' beating out the 913 other entries to take home $6,834.61. 'love2playpoker' probably loves to play poker even more now after taking down Event #16-H ($100 NLHE PKO) for $3,452.41 plus another $4,522.03 from bounties. Runner-up 'mcmullend17' earned $3,452.00 from the prize pool and $874.58 in bounties. 'Fabselite89' finished in third for $2,218.65 and $440.36 in bounties. '18724' worked their way through the 1,711 other players in Event #16-L ($10 NLHE PKO) to win $1,024.68 and another $706.56 worth of bounties. Event #15-H: $500 Six Max NLHE High Roller 177 entries $83,190 prize pool KennytheRipper - $15,079.34* ElokkPoker - $13,685.47* floatar - $8,773.22 NEWLIFE919 - $6,364.41 lilholdem952 - $4,616.98 asianpersuasian - $3,349.32 Event #15-L: $50 Six Max NLHE 914 entries $41,587 prize pool isthiscanada? - $6,834.61 dollardan4100 - $4,761.63 Honeyjawn U - $3,317.77 dubesq - $2,311.73 swigger175 - $1,610.76 SolarDoc - $1,122.32 Event #16-H: $100 NLHE PKO 452 entries $41,493.60 prize pool love2playpoker - $3,452.41 + $4,522.03 in bounties mcmullend17 - $3,452.00 + $874.58 in bounties Fabselite89 - $2,218.65 + $440.36 in bounties Allin1out - $1,663.75 + $856.31 in bounties YouAlreadyKnow3 - $1,247.64 + $1,255.76 in bounties ChrundleTheGr8 - $935.60 + $361.47 in bounties cdp4570 - $701.60 + $760.21 in bounties tyco151 - $526.12 + $316.99 in bounties Little_Lief1 - $394.53 + $91.80 in bounties Event #16-L: $10 NLHE PKO 1,712 entries $15,579.20 prize pool 18724 - $1,024.68* + $706.56 in bounties JewFroFever - $1,024.68 + $232.53 in bounties thpinal - $607.60 + $92.01 in bounties JoeyJoJo612 - $433.12 + $104.40 in bounties Kickinbutz69 - $308.74 + $68.34 in bounties Allin1out - $220.08 + $282.32 in bounties KittyStyles - $156.88 + $74.95 in bounties qu3st215 - $111.83 + $55.96 in bounties PkerPlayar - $79.71 + $92.48 in bounties
  14. With many Americans practicing social distancing and doing their best part to stay inside, the online poker tournaments on PokerStars PA were packed Sunday with a number of records falling. The $100 Sunday Special drew a whopping 1,149 runners to create the first six-figure prize pool in the history of the event. With over $37,000 left to play for, the final three players came to terms on an event chop. 'Pocketaces500', 'ALmerle', and 'munson42082' all walked away with $12,426.14. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The first Major on the slate, the Sunday Warm-Up, had 835 entries, a 42% increase over last week. There was no deal made this time though as 'Clementine101' picked up $3,807.17 for the victory. Runner-up 'simonlevy98' earned $2,736.97 while 'DaveyJoneLocker' came in third place for $1,967.91. The Sunday Storm had 1,119 entries and the final two players made a deal based on chip counts. 'pokergrandpa52' earned $1,444.51 and the title while 'Tennis69092' earned $1,295.54 as the runner-up. The last player eliminated before deal negotiations began, 'Djibouti4' picked up a $783.85 payday. The only PA Sunday Major that saw a downturn in entries was the $250 Sunday High Roller. Last week, 143 players entered, this week it was down seven runners to 136. Two-time Sunday Special winner 'deadtosolve' added a High Roller title to his resume and earned $6,701.32 in the process. Runner-up 'CL911129' added $4,894.30 to their bankroll while 'TeamVillage' came in third place for $4,894.30. The runner-up performance for 'CL911129' was not one to be repeated in the $100 Nightly Stars. Beating out all 286 other entries came with a $5,009.06 score for 'CL911129'. 'OT_gR1d' picked up $3,671.44 as the second-place finisher while 'srb25x' came in third for $2,691.15. The final event on the slate, the Sunday Supersonic, had a 10% bump in entries with 198 players creating a $9,306 prize pool. 'Dkoot74' won $1,850.04 for beating all 197 other players. 'dbrinker' won $1,370.15 as the runner-up and 'potlimitless' picked up a bronze medal and $1,104.84. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 835 entries $22,795.50 prize pool Clementine101 - $3,807.17 simonlevy98 - $2,736.97 DaveyJoneLocker - $1,967.91 Danieldanielson - $1,414.94 prettyp2020 - $1,017.35 PHOn0menal - $731.48 Mc_Bluffin80 - $525.94 Eastin_Malojinn - $378.15 Zantaculas - $271.89 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 1,119 entries $10,182.90 prize pool pokergrandpa52 - $1,444.51* Tennis69092 - $1,295.54* Djibouti4 - $783.85 POTLORD420 - $546.16 Parana989 - $380.55 AKTheDon69 - $265.15 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 1,149 entries $105,478.20 prize pool Pocketaces500 - $12,426.14* ALmerle - $12,426.14* munson42082 - $12,426.14* TheUnit22 - $6,196.93 Spfoles439 - $4,455.64 Skovicake66 - $3,203.64 shipthemagic - $2,303.44 Kween Kween - $1,656.19 Great Daneo - $1,190.81 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller 136 entries $31,688 prize pool deadtosolve - $6,701.32 CL911129 - $4,894.30 TeamVillage - $3,574.59 GGR708 - $2,610.73 simonlevy98 - $1,906.77 5BETHCHET - $1,392.63 PokerStars PA $100 Nightly Stars 287 entries $26,346.60 prize pool CL911129 - $5,009.06 OT_gR1d - $3,671.44 srb25x - $2,691.15 fubadbeatbob - $1,972.60 BDGEJLM - $1,445.91 FenixDeNoche - $1,059.85 wahmyknee - $776.87 hashtagmtglife - $569.44 xX_birdgang_Xx - $417.40 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 198 entries $9,306 prize pool Dkoot74 - $1,850.04 dbrinker - $1,370.15 potlimitless - $1,014.84 smm570 - $751.67 Undisputed1011 - $556.75 realbigtymer15 - $412.37 bouttime2019 - $305.43 Cheech1925 - $226.23 pa200195 - $167.56
  15. American poker players who are fortunate enough to live in a state with regulated online had a huge selection of tournaments to play in on Sunday. Guaranteed prize pools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Nevada were obliterated with ease in one of the busiest days in the history of U.S. online poker. The biggest prize pool outside of the WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Main Event belonged to the partypoker USA Network $250,000 Guaranteed which had 1,007 runners to make a $302,100 prize pool. 'UnclePaddy24' won the event and earned $48,034.49. Runner-up 'SharingisCaring' had to settle for a $34,409.19 payday while 'Allyoucaneat' is $24,66.46 richer for coming in third place. The event was the largest ever held on partypoker NJ. Only two events on the site have ever had a $200,000 or greater prize pool. The 2014 New Jersey Championship of Online Poker Main Event had a $200,000 prize pool and the 2014 Garden State Super Series Main Event was the largest ever on the site with $208,490.92 up for grabs. Along with the Main Event of the WSOP Online Super Circuit, WSOP.com hosted two other events that had prize pools in the six-figure category. The $215 buy-in Sunday Special had 657 runners who fired a total of 391 rebuys to create a $209,600 prize pool. Topping that field earned 'mygame' a $30,769.28 score while 'lovemy11cats' pocketed $34,409.19 for finishing one spot below. Third-place went to 'vapor098' for $16,768. The biggest buy-in event on the slate, the WSOP.com $1,000 buy-in $50,000 Monthly Sunday had 88 runners and thanks to 55 rebuys, the final prize pool ended up at $132,050. 'biuberry' earned the title and the accompanying $37,634.25 bankroll boost. runner-up 'Panoramic' grabbed $21,788.25 and third place came with a $13,205 score for 'WATCHGUY42'. 'married' finished seventh in the $100,000 Sunday Special and sixth in the $50,000 Monthly Sunday event for a $13,303.43 windfall. Last week, players in Pennsylvania players gave the $100 buy-in PokerStars PA Sunday Special the first six-figure prize pool in that event's relatively short history. In response, PokerStars increased the guarantee to $100,000 for this week and players made sure there was no overlay. The event drew 1,356 entries for a record-setting $124,480.80 prize pool. The winner's share of $19,175.03 went to 'IoftheStorms'. Runner-up 'nothingbutVvSs' took home $13,786.48 while third place finisher 'wackywhacker' added $9,912.59 to their bankroll. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The corresponding tournaments in New Jersey have a higher price point and a smaller market but neither had any trouble meeting the guarantee. The Sunday Special, with a $200 buy-in, drew 294 players to beat the $40,000 guarantee by $14,684. The final two players made a deal with 'iFoldNOT' taking home $8,678.14 and the win while 'toddchipman' pocketed $9,832.51 for coming in second. Third place was worth $6,015.24 for 'supremetny'. The $500 buy-in Sunday High Roller had 24 total entries and an $11,280 prize pool. 'coles93' outlasted all of them to score $5,640 while 'toddchipman' posted another runner-up performance, this time for $3,384 while Sunday Special champ 'iFoldN0T' took home $2,256 for finishing third. USA Sunday Majors Results partypoker NJ $250,000 Guaranteed Buy-in: $320 Entries: 1,007 Prize pool: $302,100 UnclePaddy24 - $48,034.49 SharingisCaring - $34,409.19 Allyoucaneat - $24,666.46 jetsfan411 - $18,911.46 dylan7799 - $15,407.10 NoRecourse - $12,386.10 schaf4206 - $9,365.10 KNIEM7 - $6,495.15 Spo0fy - $4,954.44 WSOP.com $100,000 Sunday Special Buy-in: $215 Entries: 657 (+391 rebuys) Prize pool: $209,600 mygame - $30,769.28 lovemy11cats - $33,785.52 vapor098 - $16,768 grandpa10 - $12,261.60 1_BLUE_i - $9,515.84 Mattflushed - $7,294.08 married - $5,512.48 NJ_RiverRat - $4,171.04 mrjanovich - $3,185.92 WSOP.com $50,000 Monthly Sunday Buy-in: $1,000 Entries: 88 (+ 55 rebuys) Prize pool: $132,050 biuberry - $37,634.25 Panoramic - $21,788.25 WATCHGUY42 - $13,205 8bracelets - $10,564 lovepuddle - $9,111.45 married - $7,790.95 WHOSYOURDODD - $6,470.45 4632647 - $4,489.70 t1mb3y_b33f - $3,565.35 PokerStars PA Sunday Special Buy-in: $100 Entries: 1,356 Prize pool: $124,480.80 IoftheStorms - $19,175.03 nothingbutVvSs - $13,786.48 wackywhacker - $9,912.59 Jrmintz1490 - $7,127.23 kskd88 - $5,124.53 Mr Loat - $3,684.58 Paratroop652 - $2,649.23 AshyL4rry22 - $1,904.81 Craps2fn60 - $1,369.57 PokerStars PA Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $250 Entries: 171 Prize pool: $39,843 plo_head - $7,984.54 floatar - $5,792.16 AshyL4rry22 - $4,201.84 DanGeezy2303 - $3,048.17 Blivot - $2,211.25 mcmullend17 - $1,604.12 PokerStars NJ Sunday Special Buy-in: $200 Entries: 294 Prize pool: $54,684 iFoldNOT - $8,678.14* toddchipman - $9,832.51* supremetny - $6,015.24 s3lfreliance - $4,511.43 Road2daMoney - $3,116.98 Donky_King_AA - $2,406.09 BabyRaizer - $1,859.25 PompYouUp - $1,312.41 floatpre - $956.97 PokerStars NJ Sunday High Roller Buy-in: $500 Entries: 24 Prize pool: $11,280 coles93 - $5,640 toddchipman - $3,384 iFoldN0T - $2,256
  16. Pennsylvania online poker scene has just one online poker site to play on, but they turned out in droves on Sunday as homebound players found the virtual felt a welcoming distraction from the coronavirus outbreak. Field sizes in the five 'Sunday Majors' on PokerStars PA were up a collective 80.3% over the previous week's numbers and only one event had an overlay. The $100 buy-in Sunday Special drew a record-setting 830 players this week with 'SleazyAmishGirl' topping all of them to win $12,724.37. 'LiveMonster179' finished as the runner-up for a $9,148.35 payday and 'Mr Loat' collected $6,577.74 for coming in third place. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] The day began with 587 players in the Sunday Warm-Up, an increase of 266 players from last week. 'POTLORD420' took it down for $2,825.26 while 'money87mesk' and 'BMM2019' finished second and third respectively for $2,049.80 and $1,487.53 respectively. The Sunday Storm was the only event with an overlay After the guarantee was increased from $5,000 to $7,500, 797 players jumped into the $10 buy-in event to fall just $247.30 short of the guarantee. 'Flash7779916' pocketed $1,265.61 for coming out on top. Their final victim, 'NeillyAA74' won $881.53 for coming in second place and 'Topsy Kretts 34' picked up $614.22 for finishing in third. The biggest buy-in event on the calendar, the $250 Sunday High Roller, grew from 60 players last week to a 143-runner field this week. 'jacktreehorn1' outlasted all of them to win the tournament and $7,046.23. A frequent final-tablist on PokerStars PA, 'A Frequent ?' earned $5,146.21 for a runner-up finish while '$hankNbankh' banked $3,758.58 as the third place finisher. The $100 Nightly Stars attracted 159 entries, nearly doubling the 82-player field of just a week ago. Taking it down earned 'jbk15212' a $2,948.69 score while second-place finisher 'wolfofbrdst' added $2,222.66 to his bankroll. Third place finisher 'giggglesnort' was laughing all the way to the bank with a $1,675.46 score. The final event on the slate, the $50 Sunday Supersonic, had a 179-player field with 'redhanded777' beating everybody to win $1,672.54. Beating all but one player, 'Mitchb611911' earned $1,238.67 as the runner-up and 'Jhy1116' rounded out the podium finishers in third place, earning $917.46. PA Sunday Majors Final Table Results PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 587 entries $16,025.10 prize pool POTLORD420 - $2,825.26 money87mesk - $2,049.80 BMM2019 - $1,487.53 Dkoof74 - $1,079.50 MikeyShegani - $783.39 WoodlandCritter - $568.51 danmc714 - $412.56 FuzzyLogic17 - $299.40 KennthL10 - $217.27 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 797 entries $7,500 prize pool ($247.30 overlay) Flash7779916 - $1,265.61 NeillyAA74 - $881.53 Topsy Kretts 34 - $614.22 LegenDeery33 - $427.97 Dr.ChaseIt - $298.20 mcgobirds - $207.77 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 830 entries $76,194 prize pool SleazyAmishGirl - $12,724.37 LiveMonster179 - $9,148.35 Mr Loat - $6,577.74 DCG1945 - $4,729.45 Brac9690 - $3,400.51 WHATWHYNO - $2,444.99 ArdentCensor - $1,757.97 AD2021 - $1,263.99 Skrovicake66 - $908.81 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller 143 entries $33,319 prize pool jacktreehorn1 - $7,046.23 A Frequent ? - $5,146.21 $hankNbankh - $3,758.58 AFA5671 - $2,745.11 love2playpoker - $2,004.91 keller22687 - $1,464.31 PokerStars PA $100 Nightly Stars 159 entries $14,596.20 prize pool jbk15212 - $2,948.69 wolfofbrdst - $2,222.66 giggglesnort - $1,675.46 spechuul - $1,262.98 NoamSayng - $952.05 TYCA45 - $717.66 Dkoot74 - $540.98 dbrinker - $407.80 aldrich801 - $307.40 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 179 entries $8,413 prize pool redhanded77 - $1,672.54 Mitchb611991 - $1,238.67 Jhy1116 - $917.46 tobykeith121 - $679.54 and_porter - $503.32 love2playpoker - $372.80 thewhitesmith - $276.12 mrd022420 - $204.52 Mcatcal - $151.48
  17. With the PokerStars PA Bounty Series now in the books, online poker players in Pennsylvania returned to the regularly scheduled Sunday Majors. The marquee event on the Sunday slate, the Sunday Special, drew 422 entries, 14 short of making the $40,000 guarantee. After 419 players were sent packing, the final three players came to agreement on a deal that saw each of them pick up $5,449. Finishing on top was 'F1yerzRu1e' while 'Mr.Wiggly34' and '<RSL888>' rounded out the top three. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“Borgata Poker”] The day began with 'bigdoritoTito' picking up $1,646.41 for winning the 321-player Sunday Warm-Up. Finishing one spot behind 'bigdoritoTito' gave 'FuglyFunGuy' a $1,206.58 boost to their bankroll while 'losblvrds' picked up $884.42 for finishing in third. The Sunday Storm Six Max missed out on the $5,000 guarantee by 40 players creating a $359 overlay. Beating all 509 other entries gave '_flipshipit' a $885.13 score from a $10 investment. Second place finisher 'quailman09' picked up $616.43 while 'sp2016245' finished third to grab $429.51. A regular at the PA Sunday Major final tables, 'fubadbeatbob' rose to the top of the $250 Sunday High Roller field to win $4,985.85. Silver medalist 'king12929' walked away with $3,074.65 and 'naveyesu' earned $1,896.07 for coming in third. The $100 Nightly Stars event drew 82 entries to meet the $7,500 guarantee by a single entry. An outright victory earned 'sirbach85' $1,832.39 while 'hockster27' picked up $1,368.75 for a runner-up performance and 'and_porter' banked $1,022.48 for rounding out the podium finishers. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 321 entries $8,763.30 prize pool bigdoritoTito - $1,646.41 FuglyFunGuy - $1,206.58 losblvrds - $884.42 EroseBro - $648.28 johnpower1979 - $475.18 goldfinch314 - $348.31 AceToFace22 - $255.31 subs0013 - $187.14 brooksey54 - $137.17 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 510 entries $5,000 prize pool ($359 overlay) _flipshipit - $885.13 quailman09 - $616.43 sp2016245 - $429.51 naveyesu - $299.27 flopzdanutz9 - $208.52 donnygyo - $145.29 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 422 entries $40,000 prize pool ($1,260.40 overlay) F1yerzRu1e - $5,449.63* Mr.Wiggly34 - $5,449.63* <RSL888> - $5,449.62* plo_head - $2,836.00 KyubOne - $2,078.78 harrymoosedog - $1,523.74 pghtos101 - $1,116.89 Honeyjawn U - $818.68 Kong1672 - $600.09 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller 60 entries $13,980 prize pool fubadbeatbob - $4,985.85 king12929 - $3,074.65 naveyesu - $1,896.07 keller22687 - $1,169.26 westphilly64 - $721.06 oaklandraiders1 - $628.74 PokerStars PA $100 Nightly Stars 82 entries $7,527.60 prize pool sirbach85 - $1,832.39 hockster27 - $1,368.75 and_porter - $1,022.48 DMac8822 - $763.80 olephillyboy4 - $570.57 A Frequent ? - $426.22 ChrundleTheGr8 - $318.39 jessewilll - $237.84 alrdrich801 - $214.36 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 126 entries $5,922 prize pool srb25x - $1,293.97 octobersky2345 - $959.50 BYAH20 - $711.55 Clementine101 - $527.68 Blivot - $391.32 JML9232 - $290.19 potlimitless - $215.20 hickorynuts - $159.59 FenixDeNoche - $141.07
  18. If the fields in the Pennsylvania online poker Sunday Majors on PokerStars PA this week are any indication, there are big things on the horizon in the Keystone State. All five events surpassed their respective guarantees and each showed strong growth one week after the Super Bowl may have served a reason for some players to take a week off. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Borgata Poker"] Just over one week after starring in the first-ever PokerStars PA Winter Series, 'CL911129' topped the 95-entry field in the $250 Sunday High Roller to win $5,322.41. Runner-up 'schulgixxerman' earned $3,934.12 while third-place finisher 'AllinWithAJoff' picked up $2,908.00. The 95 entries, which created a $5,422.41 represents a 72% increase over last Sunday's 55 entry field. Another Winter Series star just missed out on picking up a Sunday Major this week. 'A Frequent ?', who had the most Winter Series cashes, ended up chopping the $30 Sunday Warm-Up with 'killerbird019'. Both players took home $1,763.13 with 'killerbird019' ending up in the top spot. 'MartyK7450' finished in third place for $1,093.21. This event went from 274 players last Sunday to 414 this week for a 60% increase. 'ThMalteseSailor' turned a $10 entry in the Sunday Storm Six Max into a $1,041.29 payday after outlasting 660 other players in the event. 'Bummluck47' had to settle for $725.18 as the runner-up while 'Gmen010' earned $505.28 for coming in third place. Last week, this event had 463 runners and grew by 43% this week. The slate's marquee event, the Sunday Special, went from an overlay last week (with a $200 buy-in) to a $100 buy-in well past the guarantee. The 499 entries pushed the total prize pool to $45,808.20 to beat the $40,000 guarantee. The final two players made a deal with 'izaill1' earning $7,197.19 and the title with 'CeeLip' banking $6,932.83 as the official runner-up. Third place finisher 'Sonic FXS' added $4,380.92 to their bankroll. The final event of the night, the $50 Sunday Supersonic, went to 'donkyking_cs' for a $1,205.92 score. 'Wally62789' earned $892.50 for finishing one spot behind and 'Mighty Mittens' ended up in third place for $660.58. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 414 entries (309 entries, 105 re-entries) $11,302.20 prize pool killerbird019 - $1,763.13* A Frequent ? - $1,763.13* MartyK7450 - $1,093.21 Jexbananer - $801.32 starrynight42 - $587.36 Blue_PA - $430.54 Gyea08 - $315.58 1RUNG00D - $231.32 RiverMeDaddy - $169.55 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 661 entries (447 entries, 214 re-entries) $6,01.10 prize pool ThMalteseSailor - $1,041.29 Bummluck47 - $725.18 Gmen010 - $505.28 yonickb23 - $352.06 CDaddy4210 - $245.31 DirtCheapDanny - $170.92 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 499 entries $45,808.20 prize pool izaill1 - $7,197.19* CeeLip - $6,932.83* Sonic FXS - $4,380.92 Longcoats11 - $3,210.98 bunnybear816 - $2,353.64 MDeals - $1,725.21 bigbill2137 - $1,264.58 LilMiniCoop45 - $926.93 DustyRhodez - $679.44 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller 95 entries (67 entries, 28 re-entries) $22,135 prize pool CL911129 - $5,322.41 schulgixxerman - $3,934.12 AllinWithAJoff - $2,908.00 D0A1V1O6 - $2,149.52 TryptophanMan - $1,588.87 Honeyjawn U - $1,174.45 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 111 entries $5,217 prize pool donkyking_cs - $1,205.92 Wally62789 - $892.50 Mighty Mittens - $660.58 CleggsOnGG - $488.93 octobersky2345- $361.88 DidIBreakIt419 - $267.84 DirtCheapDanny - $198.24 TheV0id - $146.73 dnb128880 - $129.74
  19. Online poker players in Pennsylvania apparently didn't hate Winter. The PokerStars PA Winter Series has come and gone with 24 of the 30 events on the calendar surpassing the guarantee and a number of new players emerging as some of the best the Keystone State has to offer. [ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] 'CL911129' Dominates Winter Series Leaderboard Thanks largely to a pair of wins, first in Event #12 ($50 NLHE Battle Royale SE) and then six days later in Event #27 ($100 NLHE Progressive KO), 'CL911129' topped the PocketFives Leaderboard. They also had seven other cashes to push their PLB points total to 641.54. They were the only player to break the 600-point barrier. After failing to pick up a win in the PokerStars Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker despite cashing 15 times, 'mcmullend17' found the winner's circle in Event #20 ($200 NLHE Thursday Thrill) and cashed nine more times - including a streak of five in a row - to finish second on the leaderboard with 588.5 points. Thanks to a series-leading 13 cashes and a win in Event #30 ($100 NLHE PKO TURBO), 'A Frequent ?' came in third on the leaderboard, amassing 558.03 points. PokerStars PA PocketFives Leaderboard RANK PLAYER POINTS 1 CL911129 641.54 2 mcmullend17 588.50 3 A Frequent ? 558.03 4 neverf0ld111 546.29 5 TheDumpsterFire 462.40 6 ChrundleTheGr8 440.06 7 AllinWithAJoff 412.36 8 fubadbeatbob 378.74 9 killerbird019 374.76 10 22EPL 372.81 Main Event Victory Propels 'youbestnotmiss' To Top of Earnings List Taking down the Winter Series Main Event gave 'youbestnotmiss' a $22,565.73 payday and more than enough to lead the entire series in winnings by a wide margin. No other player even came within $5,000 of the Omar Little fan. Main Event runner-up 'ohhhhJAYbird' also finished one spot behind 'youbestnotmiss' on the earnings list. Along with the $16,636.29 they earned in the Main Event, they also picked up $314.62 in Event #30 to finish with $16,950.91. Not surprisingly, 'CL911129' also factored in the earnings leaderboard after leading the PLB leaderboard. They earned $2,464.25 for the Event #12 win, $2,180.19 for the victory in Event #27 and also picked up $1,687.31 in Event #17 ($500 NLHE High Roller Six Max) to finish with $16,179.41. 'CleggsOnGG', who finished seventh on the PACOOP earnings list late last year, finished one spot higher on the Winter Series leaderboard and was the only player to make the top 10 of both. PokerStars PA Winter Series Earnings List RANK PLAYER EARNINGS 1 youbestnotmiss $22,565.73 2 ohhhhJAYbird $16,950.91 3 CL911129 $16,179.41 4 TheDumpsterFire $14,751.63 5 neverf0ld111 $13,826.79 6 CleggsOnGG $13,582.85 7 ohNOOOOOOOah $11,751.15 8 killerbird019 $10,628.89 9 A Frequent ? $10,570.27 10 LemonCake122 $9,675.49 'A Frequent ?' Most Frequent Casher With 13 cashes through the 30 events, 'A Frequent ?' was far and away the most frequent casher. Those cashes turned into $10,570.27 in earnings, with the Event #30 victory, worth $1,769.38, acting as an exclamation point on a successful series. Three players, 'mcmullend17', 'ChrundleTheGr8', and 'Parana989', tied for the second most cashes with 10. Nobody started the Winter Series with a bigger bang than 'mcmullend17'. They cashed in Event #1, #3, and then rattled off those five consecutive cashed in Events #5-#9. 'ChrundleTheGr8' had the reverse happen, picking up four of their 10 cashes in the final seven events to finish with $5,280.97 in winnings. 'Parana989' was the only one of the group who failed to pick up a single victory. Their biggest cash came in Event #23 ($100 NLHE) where they finished fourth for $1,558.13. PokerStars PA Winter Series Cashes Leaders RANK PLAYER CASHES 1 A Frequent ? 13 2 mcmullend17 10 3 ChrundleTheGr8 10 4 Parana989 10 5 CL911129 9 6 TheDumpsterFire 9 7 fubadbeatbob 9 8 BDGEJLM 9 9 AllinWithAJoff 9 10 neverf0ld111 8
  20. Online poker players in Pennsylvania saw a bit of a prize pool bump this weekend as the PokerStars PA Winter Series kicked off with bigger guarantees. Instead of the usual $100 buy-in Sunday Special, players got to take a stab at a $200 buy-in event with a $50,000 guarantee. The Sunday Special SE drew 246 total entries from 175 unique players but still fell $4,244 of meeting the $50,000 guarantee. 'FrosyTheProsty' earned $9,617.42 for the outright victory while 'and_porter' took home $7,168.35 as the runner-up. Third place finisher 'chrisc15201' had to settle for $5,343.01. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] The Sunday Warm-Up also had an overlay - but it was just a single player's worth of buy-ins. 274 total entries from 210 unique players pushed the collected prize pool to $7,480.20 - just $19.80 short of the $7,500 guarantee. Topping that field earned 'wnunley' a $1,426.04 score while 'hefnerrrr' fell one spot short and took home $1,045.13. 'TABLECAPTAINNN' banked $766.08 as the third place finisher. The overlay theme continued in the $10 Sunday Storm. Drawing 463 total entries from 327 unique entries meant the collected prize pool fell $786.70 short of the $5,000 guarantee. 'seanm972' beat 'Tucker16206' heads-up to win $892.96 while the runner-up banked $627.60. Bronze medalist 'PetCheetah101' earned $441.28. The biggest buy-in event on Sunday's slate managed to avoid the overlay curse. The 38 unique entries accounted for 55 total entries and build the prize pool all the way up to $12,815, beating the $10,000 guarantee. 'deadtosolve', who started 2020 with back-to-back wins in the Sunday Special, added a Sunday High Roller title to his growing collection and $4,570.37 to his bankroll by topping the field. 'CL91129' earned $2,818.43 as the runner-up while 'WallsTalkin' rounded out the podium finishers and earned $1,738.06. The Winter Series $30 Mini Sunday Special cruised past the $15,000 guarantee thanks to 740 total entries from 532 runners. The lion's share of the $20,202 prize pool went to 'BigBetBully' who got $3,440.29 for the outright victory. 'Myrmidon45' ended up with $2,521.40 as the second place finisher and 'Slevidge' earned $1,848.18 for falling two spots short of a victory. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 274 entries (210 entries, 64 re-entries) $7,500 prize pool ($19.80 overlay) wnunley - $1,426.04 hefnerrrr - $1,045.13 TABLECAPTAINNN - $766.08 tdlucky1973 - $561.53 BadBeatMyWife - $411.60 WPFK - $301.70 HodorHodorHodor - $221.14 Cer$ei 99 - $162.10 Blu_PA - $118.82 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm Six Max 463 entries (327 entries, 136 re-entries) $5,000 prize pool ($786.70 overlay) seanm972 - $892.96 Tucker16206 - $627.60 PetCheetah101 - $441.28 6KeepEmLow4 - $310.27 jakey27 - $218.16 AlphaScalper - $153.39 PokerStars PA Winter Series Sunday $200 Sunday Special SE 246 entries (175 entries, 71 re-entries) $50,000 prize pool ($4,244 overlay) FrosyTheProsty - $9,617.42 and_porter - $7,168.35 chrisc15201 - $5,343.01 tlamb43 - $3,982.47 homietheclown - $2,968.37 Paul 0akley - $2,212.51 ElegantGinger - $1,649.12 dontdoubt1out - $1,229.19 inoibluffindou - $916.19 PokerStars PA Sunday $250 Sunday High Roller Six Max 55 entries (38 entries, 17 re-entries) $12,815 prize pool deadtosolve - $4,570.37 CL91129 - $2,818.43 WallsTalkin - $1,738.06 mcmullend17 - $1,071.82 65freak777 - $660.97 wolfofbrdst - $576.35 PokerStars PA Winter Series $30 Mini Sunday Special 740 entries (532 entries, 208 re-entries) $20,202 prize pool BigBetBully - $3,440.29 Myrmidon45 - $2,521.40 Slevidge - $1,848.18 Travayame - $1,345.71 plo_head - $993.00 wolfofbrdst - $727.86 chipjack0202 - $533.52 Chuck Chill Out - $391.07 trey14321 - $286.65
  21. It seems even the Super Bowl couldn't deter some of the best Pennsylvania online poker players from firing up a full slate of Sunday Majors on PokerStars PA. All but one of the five big tournaments managed to hit their mark on Sunday, with the Sunday Special the only event to have an overlay. 'phishfood1426' topped the 283-player field in the $100 Sunday Special to earn $5,703.63. Runner-up 'CamCo1214' earned $4,180.54 while 'aldrich801' finished third and took home $3,064.32. [ptable zone=“Borgata Poker”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”] The day began with 'Danieldanielson' winning the Sunday Warm-Up for $1,414.63. 'BDGEJLM', a regular in the Sunday Majors final tables, finished second for $1,043.14 while 'air spuds' took home $769.37 for coming in third place. The Sunday Storm drew 414 entries with 'rrranglerrr' topping all of them for a $679.78 boost to their bankroll. 'Unbelievable66' finished second for $474.85 and 'Twopairdraws' rounded out the podium finishers for $231.96. Longtime PocketFiver Gilbert 'YourPokerPastor' Thurston just missed out, coming in fourth place for $231.96. The $250 Sunday High Roller final table featured a few familiar faces with 'neverf0ld111' besting the 54-entry field for $4,487.29. Runner-up 'fubadbeatbob' earned $2,767.18 while 'NeolithicFarmer' earned $1,706.46 for coming in third place. The final event on the slate, the $50 Sunday Supersonic, drew 91 entries. 'laundryday1' beat 'xSleek' heads-up to claim the title and the accompanying $1,015.78 payday. 'xSleek' had to settle for the $746.90 runner-up prize. Third place went to 'DEGENGOLF' for $549.23. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 271 entries $7,398.30 prize pool Danieldanielson - $1,414.63 BDGEJLM - $1,043.14 air spuds - $769.37 killerbird019 - $567.45 alexfens10 - $418.52 Ducktown Tavern - $308.68 Note2361 - $227.67 hashtagmtglife - $167.92 HodorHodorHodor - $123.85 PokerStars PA $10 Sunday Storm 414 entries $3,767.40 prize pool rrranglerrr - $679.78 Unbelievable66 - $474.85 Twopairdraws - $331.89 YourPokerPastor - $231.96 BostonChasee - $162.12 crusher11177 - $113.31 PokerStars PA $100 Sunday Special 283 entries $30,000 prize pool ($4,020.60 overlay) phishfood1426 - $5,703.63 CamCo1214 - $4,180.54 aldrich801 - $3,064.32 Blivot - $2,246.14 Aerarcher9162 - $1,646.42 HodorHodorHodor - $1,206.42 TheDumpsterFire - $884.59 alexfens10 - $648.40 $urf&Turf - $475.28 PokerStars PA $250 Sunday High Roller 54 entries $12,582 prize pool neverf0ld111 -$4,487.29 fubadbeatbob -$2,767.18 NeolithicFarmer - $1,706.46 Ducktown Tavern - $1,052.33 ButtonM@sher - $648.95 Badbeat2315 - $565.87 PokerStars PA $50 Sunday Supersonic 91 entries $4,277 prize pool laundryday1 - $1,015.78 xSleek - $746.90 DEGENGOLF - $549.23 aldrich801 - $403.87 Bigtiffin39 - $296.98 LemonCake122 - $218.38 D0minican000 - $160.59 trifecta3131 - $140.70 imatpeacedude - $123.27
  22. Just six weeks after the conclusion of the first full-scale tournament series in Pennsylvania online poker history, the Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker, PokerStars PA is ready to do it again. The PokerStars PA Winter Series runs January 25 - February 1 and features 30 events and $675,000 in total guarantees with buy-ins ranging from $30 up to $500. PACOOP had more events (50) and $1.225 million in guaranteed prize pools. [ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”][ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“BetMGM NJ”] The Winter Series gets underway on Saturday, January 25 with three events: $50 The Warm-Up ($20,000 Guarantee) $100 The Anthem ($30,000 Guarantee) $200 The Coin Toss Turbo PKO ($15,000 Guarantee) The following day, Sunday, January 26, is the busiest day of the eight-day series. Six events are on the schedule that day with $164,000 in total guarantees. The highlight is the Blitz Sunday Special Special Edition with a $50,000 guarantee and a $200 buy-in. The Main Event Players who played in the PACOOP Main Event will find the Winter Series Main Event to be a familiar setting. Just like PACOOP, the Winter Series Main Event has a $300 and the guarantee is $100,000. The Main Event begins on February 1 at 5 pm ET. The PACOOP Main Event guarantee was initially announced as $100,000 before PokerStars increased the guarantees on a number of events, including the Main, based on strong turnout in the opening week of play. The PACOOP Main Event attracted 640 players for a $179,2000 prize pool. Ryan 'Gyea0' Gerber took it down for $31,335.64. Main Event Satellites Abound Players looking to get into the Winter Series Main event on a budget will be happy to know that PokerStars is already running satellites. Buy-ins range from $20 to $50. On February 1, a $50 buy-in Mega Satellite is guaranteeing 20 seats to the Main Event. Players can re-enter up to two times during late registration. Second Chance Freerolls Players who bust out of any Winter Series event before making the money will find a consolation prize in their account: a Second Chance All-in Shootout Freeroll ticket. The ticket can be used on any of the Second Chance All-in Shootout Freerolls that run daily from January 26 - February 1. PokerStars PA 2020 Winter Series Schedule Date Time (ET) Name Game Buy-in Guarantee Jan 25 5:00 pm The Warm-Up - NLHE NLHE $50 $20,000 Jan 25 7:00 pm The Anthem - Nightly Stars SE NLHE $100 $30,000 Jan 25 9:00 pm The Coin Toss - Turbo PKO NLHE $200 $15,000 Jan 26 1:00 pm Kick-Off - Deepstack NLHE $100 $25,000 Jan 26 2:00 pm The Return - 6-Max NLHE $50 $20,000 Jan 26 3:30 pm Play Action - PKO NLHE $150 $30,000 Jan 26 5:00 pm The Blitz - Sunday Special SE NLHE $200 $50,000 Jan 26 6:00 pm First Down - Mini Sunday Special NLHE $30 $15,000 Jan 26 7:00 pm The Handoff - PLO PLO $100 $12,000 Jan 26 10:00 pm The Block - Supersonic SE NLHE $75 $12,000 Jan 27 7:00 pm The Juke - 4-Max NLHE $100 $15,000 Jan 27 8:00 pm The Spin - Battle Royale SE NLHE $50 $20,000 Jan 27 9:00 pm The Tackle - Variable Levels NLHE $150 $15,000 Jan 28 7:00 pm The Sack - Super Tuesday SE NLHE $250 $40,000 Jan 28 7:30 pm The Punt - Mini Super Tuesday NLHE $30 $15,000 Jan 28 9:00 pm Half-Time - Turbo PKO NLHE $100 $15,000 Jan 29 7:00 pm The Turnover - High Roller NLHE $500 $35,000 Jan 29 8:00 pm The Drive - PLO, 6-Max PLO $50 $8,000 Jan 29 9:00 pm The Redzone - Turbo NLHE $150 $15,000 Jan 30 7:00 pm The Touchdown - Thursday Thrill SE NLHE $200 $35,000 Jan 30 7:30 pm Extra Point - Mini Thrill NLHE $50 $20,000 Jan 30 9:00 pm Deep Hyper-Turbo NLHE $100 $15,000 Jan 31 7:00 pm The Onside Kick - Vanilla NLHE $100 $10,000 Jan 31 8:00 pm The Snap - PKO, Big Antes NLHE $150 $15,000 Jan 31 9:00 pm Hail Mary - Turbo NLHE $50 $8,000 Jan 31 10:00 pm The Catch - Deep Hyper-Turbo NLHE $100 $10,000 Feb 1 3:00 pm The Comeback - PKO, 8-Max NLHE $100 $15,000 Feb 1 5:00 pm The Big Game - Main Event NLHE $300 $100,000 Feb 1 6:30 pm Overtime - Mini-Main NLHE $50 $25,000 Feb 1 8:00 pm Victory Parade - Turbo PKO NLHE $100 $15,000
  23. One week after two Pennsylvania players posted historic back-to-back Sunday Majors victories, a new set of victors emerged on PokerStars PA for the first time in 2020. Last week, 'deadtosolve' posted a second consecutive victory in the $100 Sunday Special. This week, 'king12929' beat out 474 other players to win $7,761.44. Runner-up 'u_bet_i_raise86' ended up with a $5,688.88 payday while 'Paul 0akley' earned $4,169.93 for coming in third place. One of Pennsylvania's top players emerged victorious in the Sunday High Roller. PACOOP High Roller champ 'fubadbeatbob' topped the 70 player field in the $250 Sunday High Roller to win $4,818.32. Coming one spot short of victory earned 'Honeyjawn U' $3,313.31. 'Paul 0akley' posted his second third-place finish on the day for $2,278.42. The day began with '150lariat' beating out the 453 player field in the $30 Sunday Warm-Up for $2,226.58. 'HodorHodorHodor' won $908.87 after the final three players in the $10 Sunday Storm agreed to a deal. The tournament had 643 entrants for a $5,851 prize pool. The day wrapped up with 'nguyeniing' winning the $50 Sunday Supersonic by outlasting 127 other players for a $1,314.49 score. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 453 entries (327 entries, 126 re-entries) $12,366.90 prize pool 150lariat - $2,226.58 Phishfan717 - $1,631.93 jace15076 - $1,196.20 RJCMONEY - $876.81 WinninForALivin - $642.70 MDeals - $471.09 W8tngonrvr140 - $345.31 Fizzle1010 - $253.11 shutdafkupdonny - $185.53 PokerStars PA Sunday $10 Storm Six Max 643 entries (446 entries, 197 re-entries) $5,851.30 prize pool HodorHodorHodor - $908.87* dusterdav155 - $548.97* laundryday1 - $752.13* DirtCheapDanny - $342.48 xXPsylockXx - $238.63 Dyska21 - $166.27 PokerStars PA Sunday $100 Sunday Special 475 entries (350 entries, 158 re-entries) $43,605 prize pool king12929 - $7,761.44 u_bet_i_raise86 - $5,688.88 Paul 0akley - $4,169.93 Schwibbs1 - $3,056.55 ChrundleTheGr8 - $2,240.44 AllinWithAJoff - $1,642.24 Tommygunz257 - $1,204.75 richardsonn21999 - $882.35dd PokerStars PA Sunday $250 Sunday High Roller Six Max 70 entries (45 entries, 25 re-entries) $16,310 prize pool fubadbeatbob - $4,818.32 Honeyjawn U - $3,313.31 Paul 0akley - $2,278.42 Eckardt31 - $1,566.77 DanGeezy2303 - $1,077.39 ZBIRD1 - $740.88 PokerStars PA Sunday $50 Sunday Supersonic 128 entries (93 entries, 35 re-entries) $6,016 prize pool nguyeniing - $1,314.49 plo_head - $974.73 pilawshark1627 - $722.85 keithdublin - $536.05 6KeepEmLow4 - $397.53 AllinWithAJoff - $294.80
  24. Just two weeks into the new year, two players have emerged as rising stars on the Pennsylvania online poker scene for 2020 after taking down Sunday Majors in back-to-back weeks. Last week, 'deadtosolve' kicked off the year by winning the PokerStars PA Sunday Special and 'Allin1out' took down the Sunday High Roller. Both players repeated those feats on Sunday, with each of them beating out a substantially larger field to do so. One week after falling 42 entries short of making the $100,000 guarantee, the Sunday Special put on a Kansas City Chiefs-like comeback, seeing a 115-player increase and beating the guarantee by over $6,700. It wasn't the only marquee event to see a massive turnaround. 'deadtosolve' topped the Sunday Special to earn $8,267.91 - a $1,016 bump over last week. Runner-up 'lapa2612ram' had to settle for $5,999.88 while 'BDGEJLM' picked up a $4,353.12 score for coming in third place. Meanwhile, 'Allin1out' beat 85 other entries in the $250 High Roller to take home $4,818.17. Runner-up 'and_porter' picked up $3,561.42 and 'Great Daneo' rounded out the podium finishers with a $2,632.51 score. The first player to win a Sunday Major this week was 'aldrich801' who topped the 414-entry field in the $30 Sunday Warm-Up for $2,034.83. Coming in one spot short of victory earned 'Paul 0akley' $1,491.42 while 'iwasalladream' banked $1,093.21 for coming in third. The Sunday Storm had 622 entries with '10_8dd' outlasting all of them to win $979.85. 'NaigoPA' won $682.39 as the runner-up and 'FatBastard62' ended up with $475.47 for being the third place finisher. The last Major on the schedule was the only one with an overlay. The $50 Sunday Supersonic had a total of 105 entries, falling just two spots shy of making the $5,000 prize pool. 'TexasFoldem829' beat 'tobykeith121' heads-up to win $1,155.74. After coming in third place in the Sunday Special last week, 'tobykeith121' had to settle for $855.38 as the second-place finisher while 'RUNit1nce82' pocketed $633.11 for finishing third. PokerStars PA $30 Sunday Warm-Up 414 entries (297 entries, 117 re-entries) $11,302.20 prize pool aldrich801 - $2,034.83 Paul 0akley - $1,491.43 iwasalladream - $1,093.21 craigejr1 - $801.32 Lirek154 - $587.36 hviking31 - $430.54 Wigg4 - $315.58 $urf&Turf - $231.32 ChrundleTheGr8 - $169.55 PokerStars PA Sunday $10 Storm Six Max 622 entries (436 entries, 186 re-entries) $5,660.20 prize pool 10_8dd - $979.85 NaigoPA - $682.39 FatBastard62 - $475.47 letsgoislanders - $331.29 money87mesk - $230.83 jpfree34 - $160.84 PokerStars PA Sunday $100 Sunday Special 509 entries (350 entries, 159 re-entries) $46,726.20 prize pool deadtosolve - $8,267.91 lapa2612ram - $5,999.88 BDGEJLM - $4,353.12 hbekanich - $3,159.78 Trevayame - $2,293.05 Rudi1414 - $1,664.06 HipsterDoofus - $1,207.61 LemonCake122 - $876.36 SteveS639 - $635.97 PokerStars PA Sunday $250 Sunday High Roller Six Max 86 entries (59 entries, 27 re-entries) $20,038 prize pool Allin1out - $4,818.17 and_porter - $3,561.42 Great Daneo - $2,632.51 DMac8822 - $1,945.88 joebrennen - $1,438.34 AzzJack#28 - $1,063.19 PokerStars PA Sunday $50 Sunday Supersonic 105 entries (88 entries, 17 re-entries) $5,000 prize pool ($65 overlay) TexasFoldem829 - $1,155.74 tobykeith121 - $855.38 RUNit1nce82 - $633.11 SugarDaddyPA - $468.59 keller22687 - $346.83 burton439 - $256.70 Undefeatedz - $190.00 iamafarmer - $140.63 Great Daneo - $123.34
  25. Just weeks after Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill that legalized online gaming - including online poker - one of the world's leading online poker operators has announced a partnership with a local tribe. The Stars Group, the parent company of PokerStars and FOXBet, announced an agreement with Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Gaming Authority that gives it "first skin market access to operate and brand real-money online betting, poker, and casino" to Michiganders. This makes PokerStars the first online poker operator to announce a partner in Michigan since the bill was signed. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zgone="888poker NJ"][ptable zone="GG Poker"] PokerStars still needs regulatory approval from the Michigan Gaming Control Board before launching. “We are excited to announce this agreement with the Odawa tribe, which further strengthens our market access as we work to continue to build our FOX Bet business into one of the leaders in the emerging U.S. online betting and gaming market,” said Robin Chhabra, Chief Executive Officer, FOX Bet. The agreement also allows The Stars Group to offer sports betting and casino games. “The Tribe’s partnership with The Stars Group extends beyond our reservation and places the thrill of world-class sports betting and online gaming under every finger-tip sliding across a touch screen in the State of Michigan,” said Fred Harrington Jr., Tribal Council, LTBB Odawa. PokerStars currently operates two sites in the United States. In New Jersey, PokerStars NJ launched in March 2016 in partnership with Resorts Casino Hotel. In November 2019, PokerStars PA launched in Pennsylvania in partnership with Mt. Airy Casino. The two sites do not share traffic with each other and there is no indication that either site will share liquidity with Michigan. LTBB Odawa currently operates the Odawa Casino Resort in Petoskey and the Odawa Casino Mackinaw in Mackinaw City. The Petoskey location includes a poker room with six tables while the Mackinaw venue has no poker room or table games whatsoever. As part of this partnership, LTBB Odawa will receive a share of the revenue generated by PokerStars and FOXBet products in the state.
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