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  1. There was one last opportunity for players to claim a partypoker Powerfest title yesterday as the series came to its conclusion. Powerfest featured 85 events over two weeks across the Mini, Small, Medium, Large, High Roller and Super High Roller buy-ins with $40m in guaranteed prizes. On the final day of action, 'CoffeeCortado' was the biggest winner after they defeated 'carlitos350' to take down Event #82-HR ($530 Championship Event NLHE) for a massive $177,103. The event saw a $1,060,500 prize pool created after 2,121 entrants took part. 'ReadingSouls' took the bronze medal for $80,598.00
  2. At the start of this year's SCOOPon PokerStars, 1,100 people turned out for a $1,050 No Limit Hold'em Turbo. In the end, Ryan urbanlights Yu (pictured) finished in second place for a commanding $143,000. It was his largest online poker cash to date by a factor of two. "I was having a really rough Sunday and wasn't even going to play the $1K," Yu admitted. "Griffin Flush_Entity Benger was insistent on it, gave me a little confidence boost, and I suppose the rest is history." Yes, that's really what happened. Benger told Yu to play and he ended up cashing for $143,000. "I'm new to Turb
  3. If you missed it, Ryan urbanlightsYu (pictured) final tabled the PokerStars Super Tuesday twice in December, finishing in third place on the 16th and as the runner-up two days before the end of the year. Together, the two un-chopped scores meant over $136,000 in real money along with almost 1,000 PLB Points. "They were drastically different situations," Yu told PocketFives. "I came into the first Super Tuesday final table pretty short-stacked, but there were several other short stacks around me and it ended up being a game of survivor between us. The second Super Tuesday, I came in with the
  4. Over the course of his career, Mike Leah has won five WSOP Circuit rings and a World Series of Poker bracelet. On Monday night he captured his first World Poker Tour title, winning the WPT Fallsview Poker Classic for $359,001. The victory is Leah's fourth career win at the Canadian casino and third in three straight years. His three other wins all came in the $1,100 buy-in event that traditionally opened the weeklong festival. Despite starting the final table with the third biggest stack, Joe Ferrier lasted just nine hands before exiting in sixth place. Leah raised from middle postilion

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