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  1. For the past few weeks, Sami Kelopuro has been taking it easy; spending time with his girlfriend, house training his new Italian Greyhound puppy, and generally just getting some much needed - and much deserved - rest. To the victor go the spoils, as they say. In April, Kelopuro won a pair of PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker titles and took down four GGPoker Spring Festival events. He cashed 120 times and his total earnings for the month were $4,446,237. That type of success helped the Finnish poker pro capture PocketFives Player of the Month for April. His mouse has been do
  2. The 330-event, $150 million guaranteed GGPoker Spring Festival wrapped up earlier this week and while there were 13 overlays, total prize pools soared past $175 million and five different players each walked away with a million-dollar score. Not surprisingly, the High buy-in category made up the bulk of the prize money. The 110 High buy-in events had $115,051,800 in prize money, for an average prize pool just north of $1 million each. Those events had a total of 44,677 entrants. The Medium buy-in events drew 157,691 total entrants and had prize pools totaling $44,558,725. Unsurprisingly, th
  3. As the GGPoker Spring Festival winds to a close, just a few final events are on the schedule and Monday's action featured just one High level champion being crowned while a Medium level event paid the winner a handsome six-figure sum. Seth Davies topped the 172-entry field in Event #109-H ($25,500 Sunday Millions) to win $956,439.98 and in the process denied Sami Kelopuro a fifth GGSF title. Kelopuro had to settle for taking second place and a $717,228.48 payday. Third place finisher Elio Fox took home $537,845.52. Dutch pro Kevin Paque navigated his way through a 1,069-entry field t
  4. The final Tuesday in the GGPoker Spring Festival was a big one with seven different players walking away with High buy-in level titles and the lion's share of more than $6 million in prize pools, but nobody shined brighter - and scored bigger - than Joakim Andersson. Sweden's Andersson showed no mercy as he topped the 1,089-entry field to win the GGPoker Spring Festival MILLION$ Main Event for $1,537,605.12. The $10,890,000 prize pool exceeded the $10 million guarantee and ensured that the eventual champion wasn't going to be the only newly-minted millionaire. Runner-up Julian Stuer ban
  5. Finnish poker superstar Sami Kelopuro added yet another notch in his belt on Saturday night, beating out a star-studded field in a GGPoker Spring Festival event to win $189,000 and his third title of the series. The former #1-ranked Kelopuro beat out 70 other entries, including fellow former #1-ranked Joao Simao heads up, to win Event #68-H ($10,300 PLO-NL Bounty High Roller) for $189,185.21. Simao banked $78,802.01 for coming in second place while another Finn, Lauri Varonen, came in third place for $74,235.30. Wei Zhao topped the 120-runner field in Event #67-H ($5,250 PLO-NL HR) t
  6. Just three days ago, Ronny Kaiser topped a 123-entry field in Event #45-H ($2,100 PLO-NL Turbo) to win $63,721.40. Turns out, that was just an appetizer for what became a main course with a half million dollar payday. On Thursday night, Kaiser beat 87 other entries in Event #57-H ($25,500 Super High Roller) to grab the $508,447.84 first place prize. Mikita Badziakouski came in second place and earned a $391,973.06 consolation prize while Christian Rudolph found the podium yet again, this time banking $302,180.28 for finishing in third place. The second biggest first-place prize of the ni
  7. Niklas Astedt is having himself one helluva week. The former #1-ranked PocketFiver, who is a #1 seed in the PocketFives #1 Number One contest, has rattled off win after win over the past week, with success coming at both the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker and GGPoker Spring Festival tables. On Tuesday, the Swedish superstar took home nearly $1.1 million for winning GGPoker Spring Festival Event #41 ($25,500 Sunday Five Million [2-Day Event]). Astedt beat out 201 other entries to pick up the win, his fourth of the series. Shawn Daniels finished second for $821,689.32 and Jaso
  8. That’s a wrap for this edition of the partypoker POWERFEST. A total of 670 tournaments have been played, and a massive $69,106,263 in prizes have been awarded. But how did the final day action play out? Well, 13 High and High Roller tier events took place yesterday, and all eyes were on Event #142 Super High Roller Championship Event: $5,200 No Limit Hold’em. It attracted 327 runners, which created a $1,635,000 prize pool. When all was said and done, it was Finland’s Sami “LarsLuzak1” Kelopuro who claimed the title and the $317,190 first-place prize. Kelopuro defeated “A3APTEH” heads-up,
  9. Off to a hot start in 2014 is PocketFives member LarsLuzak(pictured), who is known in the real world as Sami Kelopuro. This Finnish poker pro has a final table in the Full Tilt Poker FTOPS Main Eventand a win in the site's $250,000 Guaranteed already this year for a combined $134,000. Additionally, he has one of the largest cashes ever recorded by a PocketFiver. We'll have more on that to come. --- Follow professional sports tipsters, make your own betting tips, and compete for real cash prizes. Tipdayis the ultimate sports tipping resource. Check it out. --- "It's always great to f
  10. Throughout the course of the summer, the moves to the online poker’s rankings were subtle. Players took longer breaks, went on vacation or spent time grinding the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. All of that changed when the PokerStars 2018 World Championship of Online Poker began. The players flocked to the online tournament scene, generating a total prize pool of nearly $100 million, and got busy earning life-changing amounts of money. When the tournament swings can be big, so can the shifts in the PocketFives rankings. Some of the performances of top PocketFivers during WCOOP resulte
  11. High stakes online cash crusher Ben ‘Sauce123’ Sulsky took to the $200/$400 Pot Limit Omaha tables to grind out a profit of $264,686 in the month of March according to the data provided by HighstakesDB.com. Sulsky played 4,561 hands over a scant 35 sessions to be recognized as the most profitable cash game player of the month. After a slow start to the month, where he played very few sessions and fluctuated between being up $40,000 and then down $40,000 his graph took a nice spike between March 18-20 after Sulsky dueled with fellow online superstar ‘BERRI SWEET’. Sulsky climbed out of a smal
  12. The final day of partypoker POWERFEST was jam-packed with 15 events, including two Championship events. Viktor Blom and Sami Kelopuro might have been the two biggest names to find the winner's circle on Sunday, but they didn't take home the biggest score. 'HaHaHakim' beat out 236 other players in Event #69 Super High Roller ($5,200 Championship Event) to take home the title and $210,183.20. That score came after a deal with 'AndreshhParty94' that allowed the runner-up to pocket $206,818.31. Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland took home $124,017.50 for his third place finish. Latvian 'SNGoenka
  13. The momentum from a dynamic Day 1 of partypoker’s $30M GTD POWERFEST carried over into Day 2 of the spring series. Fifteen total tournaments from the massive 255-event schedule were on tap on Monday and players helped push the total prize pool north of $945,000 as 14 of the 15 events crushed their guarantee. The largest event of the day was the Event #09-HR ($1,050 Progressive Knockout 8-Max) which saw 191 players vying for a piece of the $200K guarantee. There was a small bit of overlay in this tournament which benefitted the eventual winner ‘KONY2012’ who picked up $17,081.91 for first p
  14. One of the winningest players in partypoker POWERFEST added to their legacy on Wednesday as one of nine players who took down a High Roller event. Sami 'ChimneyBarrel' Kelopuro beat out 67 other entries in Event #102-HR ($2,100 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha) to win $47,043.50. Kelopuro now has over $400,000 in POWERFEST winnings alone in the last eight months alone. Finishing as the runner-up earned 'San holo1' $30,600, while 'Labasrytas' finished in third for $16,320. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] 'DasIstMirWurst' had a busy d
  15. Bradley Ruben has had a successful World Series of Poker Online so far this summer, with six cashes, including the final table of Event #27 ($1,050 PLO Bounty). He finished fourth in that event for nearly $40,000, but on Sunday he was able to get to the top, taking home his first WSOP bracelet, and over $220,000 for winning Event #62 ($1,500 PLO). The final table ended up starting short-handed with eight players, as there was a double elimination with ten players left. At virtually the same time, Simon Mason busted in 10th place, while Adam Hendrix quickly followed him out the door in n
  16. Movers & Shakers takes a look into those PocketFives members that have made big moves in the top 100 of the online poker rankings. Anatoly ‘nl_profit’ Filatov (#11) partypoker ambassador Anatoly ‘nl_profit’ Filatov has been knocking on the doorstep of the worldwide top 10 for all of 2019. This week, he’s gone as far as he can go without breaking through, working his way to his career-high ranking of #11 in the world. The Russian pro is well-known for his over $3 million in career life earnings, including his victory in the partypoker MILLIONS Russia Main Event for $944K, but his online
  17. One of online poker's most popular players, 'girafganger7,' scooped the 2019 PocketFives February PLB title. Girafganger7's February included 124 cashes for $454,604 in prize money and a leaderboard-topping 4,867.51 points. Girafganger7's largest score of February came in the GGPoker Sunday Blade $5K on February 25. In that event, he took third place for $52,437 and 314.86 points. Girafganger7 also had scores of $45,267 and $45,030 in February, with both of those coming in tournaments on partypoker. With the month of February he had, girafganger7 surged past $8 million in online tourname
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