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  1. 'kirbynator' defeated Dutchman Joris 'BillLewinsky' Ruijs to win the PokerStars $2,100 Sunday High Roller for $43,942. The event attracted 57 entrants which meant the top six got paid, with 'Bonglim' - $6,111, 'Lrslzk' - $9,656 and 'Anjeyyy' - $14,103, the first three to depart in the money. 'Graftekkel' then bowed out in third place for $20,599, before world-ranked #12 Ruijs, fell at the final hurdle and banked $30,086 as runner-up. 'DeosOner' was crowned the PokerStars UFC KO Series 57: $530 High Roller after coming through a 923 player-field to victory. A $491,500 prize pool was created
  2. Very few players have enjoyed as much success in the history of the World Championship of Online Poker has Shaun Deeb has. On Monday, Deeb added to his legend by picking up his second WCOOP title of 2018 and sixth overall while another highly-respected player from his generation picked up the first WCOOP title of his career. Deeb outlasted 172 other players to win Event #59 High ($2,100 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha 8-or-better) for $69,011.45. 'Leviathan101' finished just one spot behind Deeb for $52,165.48 while 'jutrack' finished third for $39,431.78. Patrick 'Egption' Tardif picked up the
  3. It was just eight days ago that Shaun Deeb won the seventh PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker title of his very storied career. On Sunday, he added to his own legend by winning his second WCOOP title of the year to give him eight total. Deeb topped the 599-player field in Event #37 Medium ($530 Pot Limit Omaha Six Max) to win $52,371.70. That win pairs nicely with his earlier victory in Event #9 High ($1,050 NL Five-Card Draw PKO) which earned him $25,375. Deeb wasn't the only World Series of Poker bracelet winner who found the winner's circle on Sunday. Andrey 'Kroko-dill
  4. Anybody who has followed the career of Shaun Deeb knows he's racked up more than his fair share of World Championship of Online Poker titles, going so far as to win one on the day his son was born. On Saturday, he gave his now three-year-old son Chance an early birthday present by winning the exact same event he won three years ago for the seventh WCOOP title of his career. Deeb beat 2018 WCOOP Overall Leaderboard champ Denis ‘aDrENalin710’ Strebkov to win Event #9 High ($1,050 NL Five-Card Draw PKO) for $10,500 plus and additional $14,875 in bounties. Strebkov had to settle for
  5. As this year's Spring Championship of Online Poker edges closer to its final few days of play 12 more titles were handed out on Thursday but nobody walked away with a bigger score than 'Remi Lebo_10'. The Ukranian grinder won a massive $236,000 on Day 13 of SCOOP after he was crowned Event #45-High Thursday Thrill champion. 'dadowiec' was able to defeat 'Vico$carpini' heads-up to win Event #44-High ($530 Six Max NLHE) for $75,202, with the Brazilian runner-up banking $52,400. The $55 'Medium' crown went to 'El Pulgoso', who picked up their first SCOOP title after defeating 'sprocketsAA' for
  6. Writing about longtime PocketFiver Shaun shaundeebDeeb (pictured) never gets old. Over the weekend, Deeb won his third PokerStars World Championship of Online Pokerbracelet, his first in the last five years. This time, Deeb took down a $215 No Limit Hold'em Four-Max tournament. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and

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