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  1. New Article[caption width="640"] Samuel '€urop€an' Vosden won his first WCOOP title on Wednesday. (PokerStars photo / Neil Stoddart)[/caption] You know you've got the respect of other players at the final table when chop discussions start and you end up with an opportunity to walk away with more than first place was supposed to pay. That's exactly what happened to Finland's Samuel '€urop€an' Vosden late Wednesday night as he went on to win his first World Championship of Online Poker title in the Special Edition Super Tuesday, earning $297,250 in the process. First place was scheduled to pay $292,182.25 While Vousden had earned an extra $5,000, third place finisher 'reno8' earned $176,000 and runner-up 'Xingsmaster' walked away $189,885.05. 'Vousden now has a WCOOP title to go along with the Spring Championship of Online Poker title he won in 2015. Another Finnish player almost walked away with WCOOP title of his own on Wednesday but a Russian phenom wanted no part of that storyline. 'aDrENalin710' beat Finland's Jani 'kiiski' Vilmunen heads-up to win the Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Championship event for $63,780.33. This is the fifth COOP title for 'aDrENalin710' and his first since winning a WCOOP title last September. The final table includedFabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez, Dani Stern and former #1-ranked Joao Mathias Baumgarten. The third and final WCOOP event to wrap up Wednesday saw 'Maxim737' outlast 1,265 other players to win $19,828.03 and his first WCOOP title in the 215 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Progressive KO event. Event #34 - $215 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Progressive KO 1,266 entries - $253,200 paid out to 155 places Maxim737 - $19,828.03 Desmoplakin - $12,960.63 gangst3rn1 - $8,472.00 MuckCallOK - $5,537.92 deuces85 - $3,620 *$lim* - $2,366.29 Event #35 - $1,575 No Limit Hold'em Super Tuesday Special Edition 1,215 total entries - $1,822,500 paid out to 125 places €urop€an - $297,450* XingsMaster - $189,885.05* reno8 - $176,000* ThEcLaiMEer - $115,069.18 sandman201 - $84,345.48 jonaj10 - $61,824.84 probirs - $45,317.37 mrAndreeew - $33,217.61 dudd1 - $24,348.41 Event #36 - $1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Championship 377 total entries - $377,000 paid out to 41 places aDrENalin710 - *$63,780.33 Jani 'kiiski' Vilmunen - *$55,782.02 Fabrizio 'SixthSenSe19' Gonzalez - $37,740.64 byniolek - $27,981.31 iamthestig11 - $20,725.63 Dani 'supernova9' Stern - $15,380.99 alex987 - $11,403.64 Joao Mathias 'joaoMathias' Baumgarten - $8,454.79
  2. 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 eliminated as runner-up for $90,291, with eventual champion Marculescu adding $77,070 to his bankroll as well as the honor of a Sunday Million title to his name. 'Bigfish112392' defeated 'villepn' heads-up to win the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $38,537.There was a final table appearance for Sam 'SamSquid' Grafton who took fourth place for $17,034 before 'ale6ka' departed in third place for $22,361 and left the final two to go to battle. 'villepn' ultimately succumbed to 'Bigfish112392' and had to settle for the $29,355 runners-up prize from the 79 player field. It was third-time lucky for Samuel 'JHelppi' Vousden after he completed a hat-trick of podium finishes in as many weeks in the partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller and this time bagged the win. Vousden was the bronze medalist in this event last week, after taking the runner-up spot just seven days before. But on his third final table attempt, he made it count and was victorious for $43,257 after a heads-up deal was agreed with 'rdcrsnn' who banked $38,492 in second-place after Vousden finally got the top spot he had been so close to over the last two Sundays. Below are this week’s Sunday final table results: PokerStars Sunday Million ($200 + $15 NLHE) $1M Guaranteed 5,517 entrants, $1,103,400 prize pool vidi.pkr - $77,070.23* wladimim - $90,291.12* poohmanCZ - $72,480.62* Spyver - $94,105.91* Andypsx - $80,681.91* Zormegun - $25,363.52 betcallmuck1 - $17,799.38 kregme - $12,491.15 PokerErfolg - $8,765.96 *denotes five-way deal PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $100k Gtd 79 entrants, $158,000 prize pool Bigfish112392 - $38,537.29 villepn - $29,355.86 ale6ka - $22,361.92 SamSquid - $17,034.28 mikki696 - $12,975.92 Sportgyn - $9,884.44 josef_shvejk - $7,529.52 Cmon_Gasquet - $5,735.63 P0cket00 - $5,190.56 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $200k Gtd 714 entrants, $357,000 prize pool [IMT]JapA - $27,270.36* + $31,694.24 (in bounties) voytech75 - $25,402.40* + $8,282.23 (in bounties) Kirito777 - $16,330.12 + $7,638.67 (in bounties) Isildur1 - $11,969.94 + $4,519.53 (in bounties) OLDWOLF133 - $8,773.91 + $1,312.50 (in bounties) slarki1 - $6,431.26 + $4,507.82 (in bounties) dimcrete - $4,714.09 + $1,789.06 (in bounties) Carster - $3,455.40 + $250.000 (in bounties) DotComRicher - $2,532.80 + $2,945.32 (in bounties) PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $150k Gtd 941 entrants, $188,200 prize pool lmSivvis - $30,846.56 jknack10 - $22,384.62 Mortan23 - $16,244.52 raiseraiser - $11,788.64 hashov888 - $8,555.00 luckynikNN - $6,208.36 munchenHB - $4,505.39 FoldMachine5 - $3,269.56 wantme1234 - $2,372.71 partypoker $530 Sunday Main Event-HR $125k Gtd 243 entrants, $125,000 prize pool rudiqa1 - $23,984.60 bigbluffzinc - $17,580.50 liangmannu - $12,886.50 Monsieur W - $9,445.75 Ewokwat - $6,923.75 chenlingseng - $5,075 All4Nothing - $3,720 ACHSO8000 - $2,726.75 i remember - $$2,726.75 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller– HR $100k 116 entrants, $116,000 prize pool AussieOsbourne - $28,420 GoMore21 - $20,300 slayerv1fan - $14,500 alenemor36 - $10,150 iamnotyourbuddy - $7,540 Ewokwat - $5,800 JAXpot99 - $4,640 WelshWizard - $3,770 partypoker $2,600 Super Sunday High Roller $150k Gtd 57 entrants, $150,000 prize pool JHelppi - $43,257.48* rdcrsnn -$38,492.53* WWWpartyCOM - $21,750 DarleneAnderson - $13,500 kanabal18 - $10,500 pericas1991 - $8,250 skippyskip5 - $7,125 SanityWaterline - $7,125 *denotes heads-up deal partypoker $1,050 Big Bounty Hunter-HR $150k Gtd 143 entrants, $150,000 prize pool bor4eto - $14,217.28* + $4,355 SlowDoke - $13,317.56* + $17,818.13 pericas1991 - $8,801.39 + $3,575 TIMEXCNT - $6,577.73 + $5,663.12 Kkitai - $4,915.91 + $1,040 AussieOsbourne - $3,673.91 + $780 chhurro - $2,745.73 + $4,826.25 z-boooo - $2,052.03 + $1,040 PotatoLottery - $2,052.03 + $1,105 *denotes heads-up deal 888poker $1,050 The $50,000 Whale 57 entrants – $57,000 prize pool SpitOnGraves - $20,815.50* blowjob1987 - $17,374.50* josef_shvejk - $8,550 TrollKonst8 - $5,700 Charlymogo - $4,560 *denotes heads-up deal 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 387 entrants – $77,400 prize pool Namlleh - $15,093 msksevart - $11,223 seijistar1 - $8,514 gnassil - $6,192 KURDEdersim - $4,257 YSoSerious - $3,096 sammygrinder - $2,322 Ti0373 - $1,935
  3. 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 PocketFives.com money-leader and 888poker ambassador Chris Moorman, who recently became the first player to cross the $15 million online earnings mark, won the flagship $1,050 $80,000 gtd The Whale for $26,000 after a heads-up battle with Rodrigo 'sonmonedass' Perez. Moorman got the better of his opponent Perez who took away $16,800, with 'Madeon1994' banking $12,000 in third. partypoker ambassador Patrick Leonard also had a good result on the client he represents after taking down the $2,500 Super Sunday High Roller following a heads-up chop with his fellow BITB owner Samuel 'JHelppi' Vousden. On a final table that featured 'probirs' and current PocketFives no. #2 world ranked 'HellmuthTheGr8'. 'z-boooo' was able to take third-place for $36,071 before the BITB battle occurred. After agreeing to a deal, Leonard got the better of Vousden, who took away $36,071.15, with the remaining share of $48,078.86 going to the victor. 'Chelsea72' won nearly $39,000 across partypoker after achieving gold and silver medals. The win came in the $215 Sunday Warm-Up for $18,850 after they defeated 'zatochka1980' heads-up, who banked $13,420 as runner-up, with 'Geleeee' taking $9,200 and the bronze medal. 'Chelsea72' added another $20,000 to their bankroll not long after having took second-place in the 163 player field $1,050 Bounty High Roller before 'JimyTransaction' secured victory for $16,46396 + $23,676.25 (in bounties earned). Matveichuk 'EyeofSkadi' Roman chopped the 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep for $18,084, before bowing out in second-place. 'xxXAQAxx' took the bronze medal for $11,696, before the heads-up money deal was agreed. 'HomoDeus' was the eventual winner from the 544 entrants, and walked away with their share of the prizepool worth $18,363. partypoker $215 Sunday Warm-Up $100k Gtd 477 entrants, $100,000 prize pool Chelsea72 - $18,850 zatochka1980 - $13,420 Geleeee - $9,200 RedPant - $6,400 BuyThaPot - $4,540 ohthedevil1 - $3,300 Machacante66 - $2,350 do or die - $1,700 partypoker $530 Sunday Bounty Hunter – HR $100k 205 entrants, $105,062.50 prize pool prebzzz - $10,449.92 + $14,429.41 (in bounties earned) Algorhytm - $7,585 + $3,543.78 (in bounties earned) BuyThaPot - $5,406.87 + $1,033.59 (in bounties earned) frokennatur - $3,997.50 + $3,117.18 (in bounties earned) rfreshalmata - $2,818.75 + $984.36 (in bounties earned) Rogue_Str8 - $2,152.50 + $2,321.49 (in bounties earned) P0L4R1C3 - $1,588.75 + $1,230.00 (in bounties earned) Dork Pork - $1,178.75 + $1,952.33 (in bounties earned) partypoker $2,500 Super Sunday High Roller $150k Gtd 66 entrants, $165,000 prize pool patrick_leonard - $48,078.86 JHelppi - $36,071.15 Z-booo - $23,100 HellmuthTheGr8 - $14,850 Turkishhhh - $11,550 pericas1991 - $9,075 probirs - $7,837.50 Specter_Litt - $7,425 PartyRainer - $7,012.50 partypoker $1,050 High Roller $100k Gtd 99 entrants, $100,000 prize pool smilethenclick - $24,500 juergenresch - $17,500 geileaap - $12,500 M1ndBl0w - $8,750 JonasLuck_ - $6,500 TriggerWord - $5,000 sk2ll_m0dr - $4,000 nelisschuif - $3,250 partypoker $1,050 Bounty High Roller $150k Gtd 163 entrants, $166,260 prize pool JimyTransaction - $16,46396 + $23,676.25 (in bounties earned) Chelsea72 - $12,114.97 + $7,832.50 (in bounties earned) guydeet39 - $8,914.87 + $910 (in bounties earned) whresmymind - $6,560.01 + $260 (in bounties earned) GewoonBoef - $4,827.24 +$1,365 (in bounties earned) SchelampigaUhu - $3,552.09 + $5,573.75 (in bounties earned) Graftekkel - $2,613.70 + $2,210 (in bounties earned) SantaClaiMEr - $1,923.40 + $260 (in bounties earned) porche911sp - $1,923.40 $650 (in bounties earned) 888poker $1,050 The $80,000 Whale 79 entrants – $80,000 prize pool 888Moorman - $26,000 sonmonedass - $16,800 Madeon1994 - $12,000 tutten7 - $8,000 toolatetorun - $6,000 WhosToClaim - $4,400 MisterN411 - $3,600 Pipedream17 - $3,200 888poker $215 Sunday Mega Deep 544 entrants – $108,800 prize pool HomoDeus - $18,363.21* EyeofSkadi - $18,084.79* xxXAQAxx - $11,696 dkfdyulr - $8,432 leqenden - $5,712 Madeon1994 - $4,080 Hurrrrican3 - $2,992 xAmbiorix - $2,448 *denotes heads-up deal
  4. For one week only, the PokerStars $109 Sunday Million switched up its format and played out as a PKO event with each player having a bounty on their heads. The prize pool reached $1,279,000 after 12,790 players took to the virtual tables and when all was said and done, '42ayay' came out on top. 'Stefkol' took the bronze medal for - $33,393 + $1,661, before 'The39player' departed as runner-up for $46,015 + $10,652, with '42ayay' winning the final bounty and banked $63,416 + $28,055. Tomi 'Elmerixx' Brouk bested a 158 player-field in the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller to win $63,707. Scott 'Aggro Santos' Margereson took fourth place for $29,076 before Dominik 'Bounatirou' Nitsche claimed third place for $37,765. Finland's Brouk then got the better of former world ranked #1 Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao heads-up, with the Brazilian player having to settle for $49,051 as runner-up. It was then time for Brouk's bitB business partner Samuel '€urop€an' Vousden to claim a gold medal after the Finn took down the PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller. Vousden added a massive $46,455 + $42,224 in bounties to his bankroll after navigating his way through the 1,142 player-field. 'marathur1' took the silver medal for $34,051 + $7,865, and 'Tomatee' was awarded $24,959 + $3,240 for third place. The PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up also became a PKO event for one week only and with the players battling for the bounties it was 'herr_01' who was victourious. 'Ship_tHis_fu' collected $11,307 alongside $1,217 in bounties, before 'Dawhisky' exited at the last for $15,726 + $3,453, and 'herr_01' took the win for $21,874 + $19,862. partypoker online Team Pro Travis 'DramaticDegen' Darroch continued his good form to take second place in the partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter for $16,595 + $2,313.'blackaces93' banked $11,384 + $1,853 in third place, before Darroch lost out to 'BigPescado69' heads-up with the latter awarded with $16,617 + $28,405 for victory. The 888poker $100,000 Whale featured a new 'Rake or Break' concept with players receiving their registration fee back from $530 buy-in event if the guarantee was not hit. That was to be the case with 176 entrants creating an $88,000 prize pool, with 'ThERaIN96' defeating 'IggyGak' heads-up to win the $20,240 top prize. Canada's Tim 'REALTTWIST' Kelly won $19,350 for victory in the 888poker $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep. 'inkhole' claimed third place for $11,000 and 'TonyCipolla9' was the runner-up for $14,500. 'NOMAMES' had a Sunday to remember on GGPoker after securing first place in the Sunday Blade $10k and second place in the Sunday Blade $5k. The $10k Blade attracted 22 entrants, and 'NOMAMES' was victorious for a staggering $111,501. But they weren't done for the day and added another $52,459 to their day's earnings in the $5k Blade, but fell at the last hurdle against 'ST4rGaz3R' who took the $85,314 top prize. PokerStars $109 Sunday Million $1M Guaranteed - Knockout Sunday 12,790 entrants, $1,279,000 prize pool 42ayay - $63,416.90 + $28,055.64 The39player - $46,015.86 + $10,652.02 Stefkol - $33,393.79 + $1,661.80 GizMo - $24,233.85 + $5,430.97 KuznevychK - $17,586.56 + $2,239.22 Phanteidos - $12,762.62 + $5,252.65 salomon852 - $9,261.87 + $4,252.43 dawhiteninja - $6,721.40 + $646.87 MilonTI - $4,877.78 + $2,209.54 PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller, $200k Gtd 158 entrants, $316,000 prize pool elmerixx - $63,707.60 IneedMassari - $49,051.21 Bounatirou - $37,765.16 Aggro Santos - $29,076.45 MB Tremendo - $22,386.79 Amadi_017 - $17,236.22 Corlusion - $13,270.67 probirs - $10,217.44 raidalot - $7,866.72 PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder High Roller, $400k Gtd 1,142 entrants, $571,000 prize pool €urop€an - $46,455.38 + $42,224.48 marathur1 - $34,051.21 + $7,865.22 Tomatee - $24,959.43 + $3,240.23 KKing James - $18,295.18 + $9,386.70 bob43155 - $13,410.30 + $3,695.32 buck21 - $9,829.70 + $1,835.94 cigarromata - $7,205.13 + $2,234.38 bigstealer - $5,821.35 + $8,632.80 LoneHixx - $3,871.23 + $6,857.42 PokerStars $215 Sunday Warm-Up $250k Gtd - Knockout Sunday 1,420 entrants, $284,000 prize pool herr_01 - $21,874.18 + $19,862.76 Dawhisky - $15,726.76 + $3,453.92 Ship_tHis_fu - $11,307.67 + $1,217.19 MrBarrett82 - $8,130.30 + $1,689.85 pokanuktus - $5,845.75 + $2,360.16 riddup - $4,203.14 + $1,832.82 NVladislav - $3,022.08 + $1,054.69 23noraB - $2,172.89 + $603.13 SiNJay91 - $1,562.32 + $1,516.01 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $150k Gtd 332 entrants, $170,150 prize pool slayerv1fan - $12,716.20 + $17,798.87 Hac3Cosas - $12,699.56 + $6,580.98 Barsukeen - $8,804.73 + $2,481.45 AS Leshiy - $6,308.54 + $262.50 mnbvcxzlkj - $4,493.13 + $3,260.77 Paul07new - $3,331.27 + $984.37 Mitrandir88 - $2,314.64 + $795.70 FkTheseGuysBro - $1,688.33 + $2,477.34 partypoker $530 Sunday HR Bounty Hunter - $200k Gtd 450 entrants, $230,625 prize pool BigPescado69 - $16,617.71 + $28,405.61 DramaticDegen - $16,595.16 + $2,313.29 blackaces93 - $11,384.42 + $1,853.90 zupsherlock - $7,919.60 + $3,789.85 Maddonaa - $5,617.96 + $1,378.12 Hac3Cosas - $4,083.54 + $492.19 Alien_Army - $2,907.97 + $3,262.80 MinusEve - $2,103.64 + $1,755.46 partypoker $1,050 Sunday High Roller Terminator - $200k Gtd 212 entrants, $216,240 prize pool MisterN411 - $17,089.53 + $19,711.26 STORTjavlaGL - $17,068.29 + $12,073.74 Ilove2fish - $12,174.48 + $2,535 FkTheseGuysBro - $9,001.03 + $5,005 aLiNeNok1617 - $6,346.88 + $5,248.75 Barsukeen - $4,846.71 + $1,982.50 WWWpartyCOM - $3,577.33 + $3,380 savageplenty - $2,654.15 + $5,297.50 888poker $100,000 Rake or Break Whale 176 entrants – $88,000 prize pool ThERaIN96 - $20,240 IggyGak - $14,080 alwayswin111 - $10,692 anteen - $7,920 wellyxx - $5,280 Isildur1337 -$4,400 kishutya23 - $3,520 lincownz - $2,640 plomaha - $2,200 888poker $100,000 $215 Sunday Mega Deep 452 entrants – $100,000 prize pool REALTTWIST - $19,350 TonyCipolla9 - $14,500 inkhole - $11,000 megis22 - $8,250 alis2005 - $5,700 GuvGuv37 - $4,400 Naroni - $3,400 Kelvin_kerbe - $2,400 deeman1823 - $1,750 GGPoker Sunday Blade $10k $200,000 Gtd 22 entrants – $213,400 prize pool NOMAMES - $111,501.50 KenBrynney - $67,449.42 SakukeUchiha - $34,449.07 GGPoker Sunday Blade $5k $200,000 Gtd 47 entrants – $223,250 prize pool ST4rGaz3R - $85,314.87 NOMAMES - $52,459.28 FkTheseGuysBro - $35,235.52 AceKing41 - $23,666.77 ImLivid Buddy - $15,896.35 KenBrynney - $10,677.17
  5. On Friday, two more Poker Masters Online events played out on partypoker. Samuel Vousden won Event #25 and Mark Davis took the trophy in Event #26. Artur Martirosian continued his impressive series by adding a third-place finish in Event #25 to his list of results and he's the frontrunner atop the Championship Leaderboard with just four events left. Now, the Poker Masters Online heads into a big concluding weekend that features four events. On Saturday, the $25,500 buy-in Event #27: $1M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] and $10,300 buy-in Event #28: $250K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] take place. On Sunday, it's the $51,000 buy-in Event #29: MAIN EVENT $2M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] in addition to the $10,300 buy-in Event #30: $250K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max]. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Vousden Wins Event #25 for $520,000 Several Finnish players have found success during the Poker Masters Online series, including Pauli Ayras winning two tournaments already. The latest Fin to enjoy a huge payday was Vousden, who finished in first place in Event #25: $1M Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] for $520,000. Vousden topped a field of 64 entries. Finishing in second place was Wiktor Malinowski for $352,000 and then Martirosian placed third for $232,000. Martirosian now has eight cashes through Friday's action and is atop the Championship Leaderboard with 957 points. Pascal Lefrancois, who on Thursday won his second Poker Masters Online title this series, finished fourth for $144,000. Event #25 Results Samuel Vousden - $520,000 Wiktor Malinowski - $352,000 Artur Martirosian - $232,000 Pascal Lefrancois - $144,000 Timothy Adams - $112,000 Joni Jouhkimainen - $88,000 Guillaume Nolet - $76,000 Elio Fox - $76,000 Davis Wins Event #26 for $284,653 In Event #26: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max], Davis emerged victorious to win $284,653.46. It was Davis' first cash of the series. Davis beat Rob Lipkin in heads-up play, and then it was Malinowski, who finished second in the first event of the day, taking third in this one. Lefrancois and Timothy Adams also booked double cashes on Friday. After finishing fourth in Event #25, Lefrancois took fifth in Event #26. Adams finished fifth in Event #25 and then took 11th in Event #26. Adams now leads the way for most Poker Masters Online cashes during this series with 10. Event #26 Results Mark Davis - $284,653.46 Rob Lipkin - $177,450 Wiktor Malinowski - $109,200 Pavel Plesuv - $79,625 Pascal Lefrancois - $56,875 Thomas Muehloecker - $38,675 Luuk Gieles - $29,575 Lukas Matthias Nowakowski - $29,575 Ali Imsirovic - $29,575 Nick Petrangelo - $24,932.18 Timothy Adams - $24,932.18 Pauli Ayras - $24,932.18 Championship Standings An entertaining aspect of the Poker Masters Online is the Championship Leaderboard Standings that are tracking the performances of players throughout the series. The goal is to determine an overall winner. Points are awarded based on finishing position in the events, and the overall champion will receive a $50,000 cash prize and be awarded the Poker Masters Purple Jacket. Here are the Poker Masters Online Championship Standings top 10 after Friday's day of play. Artur Martirosian - 957 points Andras Nemeth - 807 points Timothy Adams - 799 points Pauli Ayras -747 points Alex Foxen - 736 points Pascal Lefrancois - 732 points Alexandros Kolonias - 708 points Luuk Gieles - 644 points Eelis Parssinen - 610 points Jorryt Van Hoof - 606 points
  6. One of the brightest stars of the Norwegian poker scene shined bright on Tuesday night as the World Poker Tour Online on partypoker crowned six more champions and handed out nearly $1.7 million in prize money. Ola Amundsgaard topped the 101-player field in #6 ($5,200 PLO High Roller) to win $117,115.59. Runner-up Veselin Karakitukov also secured a six-figure score, earning $110,891.92 while Rui Ferreira came in third place for $60,600. Amundsgaard wasn't the biggest winner on the day, however. Hungarian Tamas Adamszki won Event #5 ($1,575 NLHE Superstack) to win $122,908.50. Kfir Ivgi had to settle for $88,159.50 as the runner-up and Samuel Vousden rounded out the top three for $60,489. Gereon Sowa picked up $41,652.03 for winning (Event #5 $162 Mini Superstack). Danish poker pro Jesper Hougaard outlasted the rest of the 242-player field in Event #7 ($1,050 PLO Knockout) to earn $21,264.93 from the prize pool plus another $21,917.97 in bounties. Rafael Camargo Freitas finished in second for $21,240.65 and just $1,250 in bounties with Javier Zarco finishing third for $15,109.75 and $13,105.47 in bounties. Aki Foudilainen won Event #7 ($109 Mini PLO Knockout) for$4,140.75 and an impressive $6,761.01 worth of bounties. Tuesday also had another starting flight for the WPT500. This one brought out 514 entries with 75 of them moving onto Day 2. The biggest stacks from 1C were Michael Dattani (408,845), Waheed Ashraf (360,460), and Lawrence Bayley (341,313). This brings the total number of players to 1,680 with seven more starting flights to come. WPT Online Event #5 Mini $162 Superstack 1,646 Entries $246,900 Prize Pool Gereon Sowa - $41,652.03 Henok Tekle Mariam - $29,553.93 Elias Vääräniemi - $19,208.82 Gustavo Silva - $12,814.11 Luiz Orrico - $9,085.92 Andrew Hulme - $6,370.02 Andrew Wilson - $4,419.51 Lukasz Pietrzyk - $2,913.42 WPT Online Event #5 $1,575 NLHE Superstack 429 Entries $643,500 Prize Pool Tamas Adamszki - $122,908.50 Kfir Ivgi - $88,159.50 Samuel Vousden - $60,489 Joao Ferreira - $42,471 Sylvain Loosli - $30,373.20 Shawn Buchanan - $22,136.40 Pedro Madeira - $15,637.05 Bernard Larabi - $11,389.95 WPT Online Event #6 $5,200 PLO High Roller 101 Entries $505,000 Prize Pool Ola Amundsgaard - $117,115.59 Veselin Karakitukov - $110,891.92 Rui Ferreira - $60,600 Matthew Wantmann - $43,430 Lauri Varonen - $31,562.50 Mark Demirjian - $20,957.50 WPT Online Event #7 $109 Mini PLO Knockout 590 Entries $59,000 Prize Pool Aki Foudilainen - $4,140.75 + $6,761.01 Jasper Wagemakers - $4,134.77 + $504.68 Luigi Andrea Shehadeh - $3,110.42 + $318.75 Francis Dervan - $2,228 + $703.71 Aneta Stichova - $1,559.60 + $781.24 David Penly - $954.86 + $1,179.89 WPT Online Event #7 $1,050 PLO Knockout 242 Entries $242,000 Prize Pool Jesper Hougaard - $21,264.93 + $21,917.97 in bounties Rafael Camargo Freitas - $21,240.65 + $1,250 in bounties Javier Zarco - $15,109.75 + $13,105.47 in bounties Artsiom Prostak - $11,037.72 + $10,460.94 in bounties Espen Myrmo - $8,226.87 + $3,927.50 in bounties Jutta Steinlechner - $5,484.58 + $3,375.00 in bounties WPT Online WPT500 Day 1C 514 Entries $257,000 Prize Pool Top 10 Chip Counts Michael Dattani - 408,845 Waheed Ashraf - 360,460 Lawrence Bayley - 341,313 Matthias LIpp - 326,888 Guillaume Diaz - 296,931 Arseniy Malinov - 264,606 Thomas Middleton - 263,394 Lars Kamphues - 254,463 John Bradley - 241,36- Kimberley Backler - 240,266
  7. The final three preliminary events of the Super High Roller Bowl Online Series took place on Sunday afternoon giving nosebleed online players one last shot at a six-figure score and SHRB title ahead of Monday’s $100,000 buy-in $3M Gtd Main Event. Linus Loeliger scored his second SHRB Online title after battling through the 64-entry field of Event #26 ($25,000 Super High Roller, 8-Max) for $520,000. Loeliger has only appeared at two final tables and with his victory in Event #18 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) where he earned $237,732, the online pro has a combined winnings total of$757,732. It was yet another final table and six-figure score for Artur Martirosian who, when all was said and done, made seven total final tables in the prelims. Here, he finished as the runner-up and added $352,000 to his soaring SHRB Online totals. Kristen Bickell claimed yet another third-place finish which was good for $236,000. In Event #25 ($10,300 High Roller, 8-Max) Finland’s Samuel Vousden bested the 103-entry field to take home the title and $252,350 payday. Timothy Adams picked up his largest score of the series, finishing his sixth SHRB final table as the runner-up for $180,250. Thomas Muehloecker fell in third place, earning $128,750. Michael Addamo picked up his third final table cash of the series with a win in Event #27 ($10,300 High Roller, 8-Max) for $228,800. Finishing right behind him was Belarusian high stakes crusher Mikita Badziakouski who collected $162,800 as the runner-up. Then, in third place, was Artur Martirosian once again. His seventh final table netted him another $114,400. All told, Martirosian earned $1,684,644 throughout the 27 prelim events. Now, the high-stakes community will turn their attention to a pair of SHRB Online Main Events. Both the $3M Gtd Super High Roler Bowl Main Event and the $1M Gtd Mini Super High Roller Bowl kick off on Monday, June 1 and will play down to a winner the very next day. Event #25: $10,300 High Roller, 8-Max 103 entries $1,030,000 prize pool Samuel Vousden - $252,350 Timothy Adams - $180,250 Thomas Muehloecker - $128,750 Lucas Reeves - $90,125 Nick Schulman - $66,950 Christian Rudolph - $51,500 Kahle Burns - $41,200 Nick Petrangelo - $33,475 Event #26: $25,500 Super High Roller, 8-Max 64 entries $1,600,000 Linus Loeliger - $520,000 Artur Martirosian - $352,000 Kristen Bicknell - $236,000 William Foxen - $148,000 Timothy Adams - $116,000 George Wolff - $92,000 Christoph Vogelsang - $76,000 Isaac Haxton - $60,000 Event #27: $10,300 High Roller, 8-Max 88 entries $880,000 Michael Addamo - $228,800 Mikita Badziakouski - $162,800 Artur Martirosian - $114,400 Kahle Burns - $79,200 Dan Smith - $61,600 Luuk Gieles - $44,000 Ilya Anatski - $35,200 Sam Greenwood - $30,800
  8. Three more high-stakes Super High Roller Bowl Online Series events wrapped up on Friday with Spain’s All-Time Money List leader, Adrian Mateos, adding to his outstanding poker resume with a SHRB Online title and another six-figure score. In the largest tournament of the day, Adrian Mateos outlasted the 61-entry field of Event #17 ($25,500 Super High Roller, 6-Max) to claim the $527,509.70 first-place prize. It was the second final table of the series for Mateos who also managed to make the money in Event #14 ($25,500 Super High Roller, 8-Max) where he finished in fifth place for an even $100,000. Mateos’ Friday score is the third largest of the series thus far falling in behind Justin Bonomo’s $622,634 win in Event #11 and Daniel Dvoress’ haul of $613,986.70 earlier in the week. For those keeping track of the $25K Super High Roller paydays, Mateos’ just barely beat out Dan Smith’s $527,000 victory in Event #8, despite the fact that there was $175,000 less in the prize pool. Seth Davies made a final table for the second time in three days, finishing as the runner-up in Event #17 for $343,125. Finishing in third was Ukraine’s Andrii Novak who earned $183,000 for his efforts. With his win in Event #16 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) for $234,604.50, Russia’s Artur Martirosian has now stood on every step of the podium during the SHRB Online Series. On Wednesday, he finished as the runner-up to Justin Bonomo in Event #11 ($25,000 Super High Roller) for $405,000. Tuesday, he scored a bronze medal finish in Event #8 ($25,000 Super High Roller) which was good for $153,000. It’s been a solid spring for ‘marathur1’ who, in addition to his SHRB Online success, also shipped a pair of PokerStars SCOOP titles earlier in the month of May. Samuel Vousden wrapped up in second place and scored the six-figure sum $146,250 and Christopher Hunichen found his third final table in the past two days with a third-place finish for $90,000. Linus Loeliger battled through the 76-entry field of Event #18 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) to score the $237,732.56 first-place prize in his first final-table appearance of the series. Vicent Bosca Ramon nearly became the second player to capture two SHRB Online titles but was forced to settle for second place and $148,200. David Peters followed up his victory on Thursday with a third-place finish and $91,200. Now, the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Online Series enters its final weekend. Just a handful of events are left before the $102,000 buy-in, $3 million Gtd Super High Roller Bowl Online Main Event which gets underway on Monday, June 1. Event #16: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max 75 entries $750,000 prize pool Artur Martirosian - $234,604.50 Samuel Vousden - $146,250 Christopher Hunichen - $90,000 Timothy Adams - $65,625 Michael Addamo - $46,875 Dan Smith - $31,875 Event #17: $25,500 Super High Roller, 6-Max 61 entries $1,525,000 prize pool Adrian Mateos - $527,509.70 Seth Davies - $343,125 Andrii Novak - $183,000 Jake Schindler - $137,250 Joao Vieira - $99,125 Vyacheslav Buldygin - $68,625 Event #18: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max 76 entries $760,000 prize pool Linus Loeliger - $237,732.56 Vicent Bosca Ramon - $148,200 David Peters - $91,200 Sergi Reixach - $66,500 Selahaddin Bedir - $47,500 Anatoly Filatov - $32,300
  9. From 5,802 entries over 23 total flights in the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Main Event, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Bryan Piccioli holds the chip lead heading into Day 3 action. Just 38 of the 1,145 players who started Day 2 managed to work their way through Sunday's play. Piccioli, who held down the #1 spot on PocketFives for two weeks in May 2011, finished Day 2 with 18,417,494 and more than 2.5 million more than any other player. The 38 players will return to the felt on Saturday to play down to a winner. Thanks to the record-setting turnout, the prize pool swelled to $27,559,500 with the eventual champion walking away with $3,904,686 and the top four players all grabbing a seven-figure score. The Rest of Top 10 Just two other players crested the 15 million chip mark. Scotland's Michael Kane earned the prestige of sitting second in chips after bagging up 15,907,969 chips. Right behind him is Bulgarian Stoyan Madanzhiev with 15,299,783. One of just a handful of players whose real name is still not known, 'kellyyy' has the fourth biggest stack with 13,108,575. England's Craig Timmis is in fifth place with 12,809,181. He's already cashed 13 times in WSOP events this summer on GGPoker including a third place finish in Event #37 ($1,050 Pot Limit Omaha Bounty) and then a runner-up result in Event #53 ($800 Double Stack Pot Limit Omaha). Not surprisingly, Piccioli isn't the only big stack who has had previous online poker success. Dinesh Alt, who won the PokerStars Turbo Championship of Online Poker Main Event in 2016, sits sixth with 11,681,173. One of the most talked-about online poker players in the world also worked his way into the top 10. Benjamin Rolle, known as 'bencb789', finished with 10,789,181 and will start Day 3 on Saturday with the eighth largest stack. Rolle, the founder of the Raise Your Edge coaching site, booked a trademark win in 2016 when he defeated Fedor Holz heads-up to win the $102,000 buy-in WCOOP Super High Roller. Lauck, Schillhabel & Vousden Highlight Chase Group In 2016, Jonas Lauck had a deep run in the WSOP Main Event, eventually finishing in 37th place. He followed that up just a few months later by beating 2,090 other players to win the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker for a little more than $1.5 million. Now, the German sits with the 22nd biggest stack in the Main Event at 6,118,751. Samuel '€uropean' Vousden was the Day 1A chip leader. The WCOOP and SCOOP winner finished Day 1A of the Main Event with 717,497 and turned that into 4,241,694 through the end of Day 2. Both of those stacks pale in comparison though to the one owned by Stefan Schillhabel. The German poker pro, a regular in the biggest buy-in tournaments around the world with $9.35 million in live earnings, ended Day 2 with 8,412,841 and sits in 15th position heading into Day 3. Michael Lech Goes for History Way back in July, Michael Lech took down Event #13 ($1,500 NLHE High Roller) on WSOP.com to win his first career bracelet. The eight-time WSOP Circuit ring winner now has a shot at becoming the first player to win WSOP bracelets on WSOP.com and GGPoker.com after he finished with the 30th biggest stack at 4,192,636. 2020 WSOP Main Event Day 3 Chip Counts Bryan Piccioli - 18,417,494 Michael Kane - 15,907,969 Stoyan Madanzhiev - 15,299,783 kellyyy - 13,108,575 Craig Timmis - 12,809,181 Dinesh Alt - 11,681,173 TiroGiro - 11,116,489 Benjamin Rolle - 10,789,181 HappyDX - 10,553,281 Joao Santos - 10,433,786 Tyler Cornell - 10,152,249 Dingxiang Ong - 9,320,927 Xuming Qi - 8,842,916 WhyEsEl - 8,635,342 Stefan Schillhabel - 8,412,841 Satoshi Isomae - 8,359,674 Maicon Gasperin - 8,171,017 Joshua Mccully - 7,906,110 Tyler Rueger - 7,692,938 Tzai Wei Phua - 7,338,038 Martin Arce - 6,131,772 Jonas Lauck - 6,118,751 Avidan Cohen - 5,880,731 Manuel Saavedra - 5,847,283 Lucas Tabarin - 5,695,282 Phachara Wongwichit - 5,153,525 Chris Brewer - 4,908,096 Julien Perouse - 4,866,548 Samuel Vousden - 4,241,694 Michael Lech - 4,192,636 Thomas Ward - 4,083,422 Mateusz Rypulak - 4,079,246 Ricky Tang - 3,397,845 Arkadiy Tsinis - 2,394,388 Freek Scholten - 2,248,788 Julian Stuer - 2,111,979 Aleksandr Trofimov - 1,602,207 Evgeny Galakhov - 958,516
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