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  1. 'Luigy666' came through a 10,306 field to win the PokerStars Sunday Million for $108,192. Brazil's 'Leo Borgheti' secured his biggest online cash to date with a third place finish for $55,929, before 'Luigy666' got the better of 'QTsN€v€rF0ld' heads-up, with the latter banking $77,787 as runner-up. Andras 'probirs' Nemeth won the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $50,695. On a final table that featured the likes of 'anteen', Conor Beresford, Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden, and world ranked #1 'Lena900', 'WATnlos' took the bronze medal for $29,903.45. Nemeth then defeated 'yurasov1990' hea
  2. Brazil's Thomas 'tomnelz1' Nelz secured his biggest online cash to date after victory in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $110,747. After last week's edition saw the lowest number of entrants take part since the revamped $109 buy-in was set, the numbers picked up this Sunday as 11,480 entrants created a $1,148,000 prize pool. When the field was reduced to the final three after more than 13 hours of play, 'Berthelcult' was the next player to hit the rail and banked $61,488 for their efforts. The final two then agreed to a money-deal before Ireland's 'TheVirus217' ultimately lost heads-up
  3. After over 15 hours of play, 'sica26' was crowned this week's PokerStars $109 Sunday Million winner banking $101,770. The prize pool was set at $1,022,400 after 10,225 entrants took to the tables, and when the field was reduced to the final three, over 14 hours of play had elapsed. Austria's Adi 'Chillero1441' Rajkovic just missed on a place in the heads-up battle and took the bronze medal worth $55,195 before the final two agreed to a money-deal. Canada's 'slarki1' was then the final player to fall and took away their share of the remaining prize pool worth $81,770, as 'sica26' took the gl
  4. One of the largest prize pools in PokerStars Sunday Million history could have led to a million dollar score for one player, but the final five players apparently had other ideas. With over $2.8 million still to be awarded, the final players in the PokerStars Sunday Million 13th Anniversary event agreed to a deal that saw each of them lock up a minimum of $500,000. Once the deal was agreed to, China's 'wangli0402' went on to eliminate the other four players to claim victory and the $50,000 that was left to play for to give him a $611,944 payday. Germany's 'xbambi' earned $550,689 for his ru
  5. Roman 'RomeOpro' Romanovsky won his third gold medal of 2019, and Patrick Leonard secured his first in another busy Sunday of online poker action. Romanovsky's victory came in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $38,381. A 79-player field created a $158,000 prize pool, and when the players had been whittled down to the final three, it was 'iamivar' who departed with the bronze medal for $23,614. 'subiime' then faced off against Romanovsky for the title, but they were unable to find a way to the win and fell in second place for $30,105. 'r1d3rst0rm' came through a 5,909 field in
  6. Germany's 'strongwill81' came through a 12,371 player-field to turn $109 into $124,602 in the PokerStars Sunday Million. Once again the revamped buy-in meant for five-figure total entrants and resulted in the six-figure first-place prize. 'Biffinio' took the bronze medal for $65,614.91 before 'AlexS1' battled it out with the eventual champion. 'strongwill81' in name and nature ultimately came through the final test and banked $124,602 as champion, with 'AlexS1' having to settle for $90,415 as runner-up. Dominik 'Bounatirou' Nitsche added $53,481 to his bankroll after he won the PokerStar
  7. A five-way deal in the PokerStars Sunday Million saw Virgil 'vidi.pkr' Marculescu take the title, but it was 'Spyver' who walked away with the most money. The final five agreed to a deal after they came through the 5,517-player field which saw 'Andypsx' bank $80,681 in fifth-place, before 'Spyver', who was awarded the biggest share of the prize pool for $94,105, departed in fourth-place. The Czech Republic's Tomas 'poohmanCZ' Petru accepted a prize worth $72,480 before he fell in third-place which left the final two to battle for the title. 'wladimim' just fell at the final hurdle and was e
  8. Just three days after 'hello_totti' took down the PokerStars Thursday Thrill the PocketFives #3-ranked player achieved a fine finish to his week by picking up a career-best top score and first PokerStars Sunday Million title after defeating 'Pthelegend' heads-up to win $160,888. Those two wins could be enough to propel the Russian player to the #1 spot for the first time in his career. Latvia's 'auercan' claimed the bronze medal for $79,231.39 before the final two battled it out. 'Pthelegend' was unable to get the better of the online legend 'hello_totti' and exited as runner-up for $112
  9. 888poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche was the big-name winner from this week's online poker Sunday Majors after taking down his sponsor's flagship tournament, the $1,050 $100,000 guaranteed Whale, for $30,600, after defeating Joao 'Jaolito85 'Navarro heads-up. The four-time WSOP bracelet winner outlasted the 102 entrants before he shared his joy and relief on Twitter. https://twitter.com/DominikNitsche/status/980633609639026693 Fabio 'flbonatto' Bonatto was the biggest winner across all the Sunday Majors after defeating 'BalticMoose' heads-up to take down the prestigious Pokerstars Sund
  10. Seven days ago, Michael Addamo was sitting on top of the world after winning over $600,000 and a pair of partypoker High Roller Club titles. On Sunday, Addamo had a chance to pick up a second consecutive partypoker High Roller Club Main Event title before he ran into Nick Petrangelo. Petrangelo outlasted 29 other runners and then beat Addamo heads-up to win the Main Event and earned $356,500. Addamo had to settle for the runner-up score of $217,000. Isaac Haxton defeated former #1-ranked Niklas Astedt in the partypoker High Roller Club Mix-Max 2nd Chance event to bank $184,000. Astedt, w
  11. With the PokerStars Sunday Million and the $530 High Roller Club both scheduled for two days, the partypoker MILLION had the top of the marquee status for this week's Sunday Majors. 'Ladderless77' topped the 1,010 players who had advanced to Day 2 to win $170,000 for the victory after a four-way chop. Eventual runner-up 'Testosterone1' picked up $111,810 and third-place finisher 'badunkadonk' walked away with $106,195. 'RoseBtn' was the only player in the deal who wound up taking home less than six figures after earning $95,965.04. The PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up had 1,254 players with 'se
  12. Bulgaria's Rosen 'dtminator' Apostolov banked their first six-figure online cash after navigating through a 10,344 player-field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $108,027. Apostolov crushed their previous best score of $12k after a heads-up victory over Canada's 'Samuel Peace'. Morocco's 'bibichov1989' claimed the bronze medal for $55,843, with the well-known name of Mike 'goleafsgoeh' Leah making a final table appearance in ninth-place for $7,715. [ptable zone="NJ Online Poker Promos"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] World #4 Andras 'probirs' Nemth
  13. This past Sunday in the world of online poker, a Brazilian scored his first six-figure cash, Jonathan 'apestyles' Van Fleet was back in the winner's circle, and Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion locked up two wins on PokerStars. Brazil's 'Giant_Santos' secured their first six-figure online cash after winning the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $102,920. The prize pool crept over the $1m guarantee after 10,204 entrants took part, and after the mammoth field had been reduced to just three a money-deal was agreed. 'tramonto85' took the second-largest share worth $68,851, but ultimately departed in th
  14. The UK's Conor '1_conor_b_1' Beresford battled through 10,931 entrants to win the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million for $112,185. The well-known pro secured his third six-figure online score after a heads-up battle against 'manumanu1985', who banked $81,408 as runner-up. Beresford burst onto the online poker scene back in 2012 after a fifth-place finish in the Sunday Million helped the Brit on his way to becoming one of the most consistent online grinders, reaching #2 in the world rankings in 2016, and securing a SCOOP title in the same year. World ranked #3 'C.Darwin2' topped a 71 player-f
  15. Uruguay's 'pasula09' battled through a 10,232 field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million to turn $109 into $106,859. The guarantee was hit after the prize pool was set at $1,023,200, with a place at the final table of nine worth $7,632. After the field had been cut to just the final three, Brazil's José 'neto gol' Queiroz da Costa Neto picked up his second Sunday Million bronze medal three years after his first, and this time collected $55,238. The final battle saw former SCOOP champion Fedor 'ftruncev' Truntsev just missed out on adding another accolade to his poker CV, and departed as ru
  16. It was just over four years ago that Christian 'eisenhower1' Jeppsson relinquished his grasp on the #1 ranking on PocketFives, but on Sunday the Swede put himself back into the spotlight by winning the PokerStars Sunday Million. Jeppsson beat out the 10,890-player field in the Sunday Million to win $111,769.63. Brazilain 'EricBolis' finished one place behind Jeppsson for an $81,103.38 score while 'seegul65' rounded out the podium finishers, coming in third for $58,856.74. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Borgata Poker"] For the second time i
  17. Just four years ago, Nicolas 'PKaiser' Fierro stood atop the PocketFives Rankings as the #1-ranked online poker player in the world. On Sunday, Fierro put himself in the spotlight again after winning the PokerStars Sunday Million for the first time in his career. Fierro beat Brazilian Wagner '_WaPetry_' Petry heads-up to take home the title. The final three players agreed to a deal that saw Fierro earn $99,730.72, Petry got $86,888.70 as the runner-up and 'compris' banked $75,976.17 for coming in third place. The event drew 11,463 runners for a $1,146,300 prize pool. [ptable zone="Gl
  18. While partypoker is likely going to garner a lot of attention in the poker world this week for the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party event, on Sunday all eyes were on the third straight running of the partypoker MILLION final day as 749 runners returned for Day 2. The event had a $105,600 overlay and the final three players came to an agreement that saw each of them, including a Team partypoker Pro, walk away with a six-figure score. Through the six starting flights spread over the past week, the event drew a total of 4,472 players. Winner 'vem kikand' ended up taking home the biggest score
  19. The PokerStars $109 Sunday Million reverted to a special Progressive Knockout format on Sunday, and the change seemed popular with a massive 16,281 entrants creating a $1,628,100 prize pool. With a $70,097 top-prize, and bounties on each player's head, there was still a possible six-figure payday to play for. Russia's 'Disel59' secured by far their biggest online score to date after banking $36,908 + $7,606 in bounties for third place. 'Bykladjo' was the final player to lose the bounty on their head, and departed as runner-up for $50,859 + $8,675, as 'Newcomer113' won the prestigious gold meda
  20. Another partypoker Powerfest series came to a finish on Sunday, with a boatload of six-figure prizes up for grabs. 'Junglemandan' topped a 131-player field in the partypoker Powerfest $10,300 #73-SHR to win $276,511. The prize pool rose to $1,310,000 to beat the $1,000,000 guarantee, with the final four all locking up six-figures. 'MARL0' banked $111,350 in fourth, before 'Amadeus_Mozart' took the bronze for $157,200. A deal was then made by the final two with 'PayAndPlay' ultimately rewarded with $240,807 after 'Junglemandan' came out of heads-up victorious. The partypoker Powerfest $10
  21. Former world-ranked #1 Steven 'SvZff' van Zadelhoff topped a 62-player field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to win $38,529. With seven places paid, 'x_zola25', 'kissyingui', and 'jays94' all cashed before RYE's 'bencb789' hit the rail in fourth place for $14,419. Sweden's Johannes 'Greenstone25' Korsar then took the bronze medal for $20,009, before 'edoiler' departed at the last for $27,765 and Van Zadelhoff was crowned the victor. For the second week running, the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million played out as a progressive knockout, with 14,139 entrants taking to the virtual tab
  22. In January, PokerStars made a much-heralded change to their flagship Sunday tournament, the Sunday Million. After years of being a staple on the Sunday Majors schedule at a $215 buy-in, the online poker giant announced they were moving to a $109 price point moving forward. The move was meant to give more players the chance to play in an event that most online poker players held in high regard. “We want to open online poker’s flagship event to more and more players. The lower buy-in will do that, while ensuring the “Milly” remains the Sunday Major every player wants to win,” PokerStars said
  23. Ukraine's 'yarik1903' came through an 11,732 player field in the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million to bank $119,324, as 'needdollarz' and 'STORTjavlaGL' also picked up six-figure scores across this week's Sunday Majors. The $109 Sunday Million win for 'yarik1903' now means the player has won three PokerStars marquee tournaments after the Ukrainian took down the 'Sunday Storm' in 2013, and the 'Sunday Warm-Up' in 2015. The prize pool reached $1,173,200, and after 'xGriv' departed in third place for $62,837, Argentina's 'TEENageTuRtL' was the final opponent for 'yarik1903'. Ultimately, 'TEENa
  24. On an evening that saw PokerStars have to cancel many of their tournaments halfway through, there was better luck for poker ambassadors Chris Moorman and Patrick Leonard as the Brits took down events on their respective partner sites, 888poker and partypoker. Due to a Distributed Denial of Service across the PokerStars network, a high number of tournaments including the Sunday Million, Sunday Warm-Up, High Roller and Bounty Builder High Roller events were canceled during play with refunds and prizemoney distributed based on the client's tournament cancellation procedure. All-time PocketF
  25. There was another packed Sunday schedule of online poker across PokerStars, partypoker, and 888poker, with Roman Romanovsky claiming not one, but two, titles. The PokerStars Sunday Million was once again the highlight of the day's action with a prize pool worth $1,555,800 created and resulted in three players taking away six-figure scores. After the 5,779 player field was cut down to the final three, the remaining players agreed to a money-deal before they played on for the title. 'ALIN76poker' was then the first player to depart and took the bronze medal for $100,042. Patrick 'Egption' Tar
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