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  1. Brian Stinger885Hastings (pictured) came into the 2015 World Series of Poker making bet after bet on Twitter. A week ago, he won his second career gold bracelet in the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship and collected more in bracelet bets than he won for first. On Saturday, he one-upped himself, winning another one and becoming the first repeat winner of the 2015 WSOP. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- This time around, Hastings won a $1,500 Ten-Game Mix event for $133,000. The tournament drew 380 entrants and Hastings beat a final table that had several pros and two other bracelet holders. Hastings told WSOP staff after his latest win, "I really felt like it - yeah I thought I'd win. You have to feel that way when you go into one of these, but I think I'm going to win almost every time I sit down and play." Hastings' first bracelet came in 2012 in the $10,000 Heads-Up No Limit Hold'em Championship. At one point, it seemed as if win #3 wasn't in the cards, as Hastings was down 4:1 in chips heads-up against Rostislav Tsodikov, but battled back during the three-hour heads-up session. If you're not familiar with the genre, Ten-Game consists of Seven-Card Stud, Pot Limit Omaha, No Limit Hold'em, Razz, Badugi, Omaha High-Low Split, Limit Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw, No Limit Deuce-to-Seven Single Draw, Limit Hold'em, and Seven-Card Stud High-Low Split. As Hastings put it, "I really pride myself on being able to play all of these games well." Also potentially pushing Hastings along this year is his girlfriend, who has been flying back and forth from Florida to watch her beau play. Hastings explained, "I think that's one of the more underrated aspects of this game, having the balance between your personal life and what goes on at the tables. She really helps me believe in myself and I really love her a lot." Next up for Hastings is the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship, another mixed game contest. He'll try to add to his resume this year that includes five cashes, three final tables, and two wins. The tournament starts on Sunday at 4:00pm PT, so Hastings will have a pretty quick turnaround and ideally carry over some of his momentum. Sixth place went to PocketFiver Mike SirWatts Watson (pictured). It was his third sixth place finish at this year's WSOP and fifth cash. He Tweeted after busting, "Out in my usual spot. Sigh." Watson, who has a degree in math from the University of Waterloo, has $1.1 million in career WSOP winnings and is still hunting for his first bracelet. Here's how the final six in the Ten-Game event cashed out: 1. Brian Stinger885Hastings - $133,403 2. Rostislav Tsodikov - $82,398 3. Todd Brunson - $52,977 4. Alexey Makarov - $35,130 5. Tim Reusch - $23,982 6. Mike SirWattsWatson - $16,846 Stay tuned to PocketFives for the latest WSOP coverage, brought to you by Tournament Poker Edge. Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  2. The month of May is shaping up to be a solid one for Canadian grinder Mike SirWattsWatson (pictured). After finishing second in the EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo, the tournament specialist has captured not one, but two first place prizes in the ongoing PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. His first SCOOP victory came on Tuesday in a $215 Re-Entry 6-Max PLO event, where he battled 1,159 runners for a piece of the $364,800 prize pool. The tournament smashed its $175,000 guarantee with a total of 665 reentries and paid out the top 228 places. SirWatts started the final table fourth in chips with 1.2 million, with FatmanScoopsholding the lead with 2.9 million. First-out was TherookieQQ9, who started with just a 342,000-chip stack, followed by DOCTORB911. Zinobrinhowas the next to go, with FatmanScoops then taking third place. That left Watson, who had amassed a huge chip lead of 7.8 million, to go head-to-head with MrSmits, who was backed by a 1.2 million stack. In the final hand, Watson check-raised his opponent all-in on the flop, which MrSmits called. MrSmits turned a gutshot, which failed to come through on the river and left him with just a pair of sixes against Watson's two pair. With that, Watson claimed victory and banked the $43,776 first place prize. But he wasn't finished there. Just three days later, Watson once again found himself at a final table, this time in a $2,100 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo event. The field consisted of 142 runners, which was considerably smaller than what he faced during his first SCOOP win, but was stocked with some of the game's toughest players. Going into heads-up play, Watson found himself with a 538,000-chip lead against Naoya "nkeyno" Kihara's 171,000 stack. The final hand saw Watson raise the button and then call Kihara's re-raise all-in. The flop gave Watson a jack-high straight and leave his opponent with just a pair of nines. The turn gave nkeyno (pictured) two pair and a little hope to making a full house, but the jack on the river sealed the deal for Watson, who took first place and the $65,320 top prize. Watson is a force to be reckoned with in the poker world, with his total live earnings topping $8 million. His biggest cash came in a tournament at the World Series of Poker Europe in Cannes, France, where he scored a first place prize of $1.3 million. In a recent interview, the 31-year-old spoke of his life as a high-stakes tournament pro. "What I do is a little more aggressive, with the traveling and playing in some of the high-stakes tournaments, trying to make a little bit more money at it than just a comfortable living." He also highlighted the variance that comes with being a tournament pro and how he only makes the money in just a small percentage of the events that he plays. "You fail so much more, even if you're really good and you're making money at 20% of the tournaments you play," he said. "And of those, the majority are only giving back two or three times your buy-in." Want the latest poker headlines and interviews? Follow PocketFives on Twitterand Like PocketFives on Facebook.
  3. [caption width="640"] Mike 'SirWatts' Watson added another WCOOP title to his list of accomplishments. (PokerStars photo)[/caption] We’re at the stage of the 2016 World Championship of Online Poker where the time remaining can reasonably be measured in hours, not day. With the end of the online series nearing, Mike Watson went to work on Sunday in adding another WCOOP title to his credit. Watson, who won the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event beat out 119 other players to win the $10,300 buy-in Eight Game Championship. Watson beat out Ben ‘Sauce123’ Sulsky to win $280,238.52 and add another WCOOP title to his collection. The final table included not only Watson and Sulsky, but Matthew Ashton, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Calvin ‘cal242688’ Anderson and Sami Kelopuru. Dutch pro ’maggess88’ beat Yuri ‘theNERDguy’ Martins, who famously finished second in the WCOOP Main Event in 2014 to one Fedor Holz, to win Event #73, Heads-Up Pot Limit Omaha. ‘maggess88’ ended up with $37,885.10 and the title - the third COOP win of his career. The final four were rounded out by ‘Ti0373’ and Rory ‘Mafews’ Mathews. Event 75, $700 Six Max No Limit Hold’em (Progressive KO), attracted 1,360 players and the final two players, Michel ‘FreeLancerZZ’ Dattani and ‘Leonidus1988’, agreed to a chip after outlasting the rest of the field. Dattani ended up with $75,193.88 and the WCOOP title after a brief heads-up battle while ‘Leonidus1988’ had to settle for $65,193.88. Simon 'ministerborg' Ravnsbaek was eliminated in third place. With a TCOOP and SCOOP title already to his credit, Ravnsbaek was hoping to become the latest member of the PokerStars Triple COOP winner club but was ultimately denied after being eliminated by Dattani. ‘€urop€an’ made yet another WCOOP final table, finishing sixth for $10,131.67. One day after Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom finished runner-up in a WCOOP event, a player who clearly took inspiration from the Swedish poker pro when choosing his screenname managed to close out a WCOOP as champion. Leo ‘ISILDRooN’ Nordin outlasted 636 other players to win Event #76, $320 Pot-Limit Omaha (Six Max, Mix-Max) and earn $34,397.90. The final WCOOP event to wrap up on Sunday saw ‘Noogaii’ earn $120,008.69 after outlasting 2,256 other players, including eventual runner-up Dulek_jason, who walked away with $87,216.59 after chopping with ‘Noogaii’. Event 73: $700 Pot Limit Omaha Heads-Up 211 entries - $140,315 paid out to 32 places maggess88 - $37,885.10 Yuri ‘theNERDguy’ Martins - $21,047,25 Ti0373 - $11,225.20 Rory ‘Mafews’ Mathews - $11.225.20 Event 74: $10,300 Eight Game Championship 120 entries - $1,200,000 paid out to 11 places Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson - $280,238.52 Ben ‘Sauce123’ Sulsky - $212,729.16 Matthew ‘MUSTAFABET’ Ashton – $161,482.80 Calvin ‘cal42688’ Anderson - $122,581.68 Sami ‘ Lrslzk’ Kelopuru - $93,051.84 Iteopepe88 - $70,635.72 Event 75: $700 Six Max No Limit Hold’em (Progressive KO) 1,360 entries - $547,800 paid out to 167 places Michel ‘FreeLancerZZ’ Dattani - $75,193.88* Leonidus1988 - $65,193.88* Simon ‘ministerborg’ Ravnsbaek – $36,274.22 Tagomaga - $23,711.46 BrightStripe - $15,499.56 €urop€an - $10,131.67 *heads-up deal Event 76: $320 Pot-Limit Omaha (Six Max, Mix-Max) 637 entries - $200,000 paid out to 83 places Leo ‘ISILDRooN’ Nordin - $34,397.90 Kinglune - $23,158.44 SeepdUp2 - $15,591.44 Ashley Jones - $10,496.96 Tarantaleo - $7,067.10 Lystig - $4,757.94 Event 79: $320 No-Limit Hold’em 2257 entries, 1,081 re-entries - $1,001,400 paid out to 404 places Noogaii - $120,008.69* Dulek_jason - $87,216.59* FishyMcFish0 - $87,744.87 Jutrack - $77,330.24* Tobi123456 - $37,212.62 xXOLIVATOXx - $26,526.48 Mogelwette - $18,908.93 Kanishka ‘kanishka27’ Samant - $13,478.94 Nassimovitch - $9,608.23 *Heads-up deal
  4. [caption width="640"] The PokerStars Sunday million was chopped four ways.[/caption] There was a four-way final table chop in the PokerStars Sunday Million, as 'G A W' finished in first place for a cash score of $120,685 followed by 'beginner27' in the runner-up position for $118,653. Eckardt 'vanselow' Vanselow of Costa Rica placed third and collected $69,651 and 'Ottodif' walked away with $84,661 in fourth place. 'PSCPRODIGY' of Thailand was the outright winner in the Sunday High Roller event on Stars and received $58,039 with 'Fukuruku' being awarded $44,232 in second place. The Sunday Warm-Up was taken down by 'fzkk' of Bulgaria (ranked #385 worldwide) for a cash prize of $44,816. Veteran poker pro Mike 'SirWatts' Watson won the Sunday 500 for $39,558 and #8-ranked Robin 'inhoo' Ylitalo of Sweden was victorious in the "Omania" High Roller on Stars for $20,341. The Sunday Supersonic was won by 'dupree_m' for $30,526. 'rolandbauer' of Austria (ranked #32 in the world) took down the $2,600 buy-in Super High Roller on partypoker for $55,809 followed by 'TheTryangle' who finished second for $41,315. The $530 buy-in version of that event saw 'girafganger' atop the final leader board for a cash score of $29,086 as a result of a three-way final table chop. 'HateH4teHate' was the biggest winner in the 888 Poker Baby Whale tournament over the weekend thanks to his negotiation in a three-way deal in which he finished in third place officially for $17,107. 'YoungPope' won the $100K Guaranteed "Mega Deep" event on 888 for an even $19,000. PokerStars Sunday Million $200 + $15 NLHE 5,738 entrants $1,147,600 paid out to 998 spots G A W - $120,684.75 beginner27 - $118,652.81 Eckardt 'vanselow' Vanselow - $69,651.18 Ottodif - $84,660.98 *4-way deal Deividas K - $37,590.09 (Kvaselis) Prezes_PL - $26,379.53 toffeblue - $18,512.39 bianchettibh - $12,991.52 hello_totti - $9,117.10 (hellohellohello) PokerStars Sunday High Roller $2,000 + $100 NLHE 140 entrants $280,000 paid out to 20 spots PSCPRODIGY - $58,038.54 Fukuruku - $44,232.49 probirs - $33,710.62 Oxota - $25,691.65 Gev1234 - $19,580.20 XD89lol
  5. As the 2018 World Championship of Online Poker heads into its final weekend of action, the action continued on Thursday with Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger taking down one of the biggest buy-in tournaments for nearly $588,000. Other highlights of the day included Joao 'Naza114' Vieira, Mike 'SirWatts' Watson and Arseniy 'josef_shvejk' Karmatskiy each picking up titles. Loeliger beat out the 103 other players in Event #43 High ($25,000 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller) including a final table that included two former #1-ranked players, Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen and Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard, as well as Michael 'mczhang' Chi Zhang, Rachid 'SkaiWalkurrr' Ben Cherif and eventual runner-up Henrik 'hhecklen' Hecklen. The outright victory earned Loeliger $587,747.32 while Hecklen had to settle for $451,251.38. The Medium version of that event attracted 662 runners with Ognjen 'psjebemvas' Sekularac taking home $228,348.36 for the win. 'AS Leshly' and 'ReadngSouls' chopped the Low version for $131,349.41 and $112,902.97 respectively. Vieira topped Event #42 High ($2,100 Triple Draw Duece to Seven) to win $49,595. The final table included Luke Schwartz, Daniel Cates, and Harley Thrower. Mike 'SirWatts' Watson won the Medium buy-in event for $15,325.20 while 'pokerqmaster' took down the Low for $4,915.91. One of the hottest players on the planet, Arseniy 'josef_shvejk' Karmatskiy continued his solid run, beating out 149 other players to win Event #44 High ($2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Shootout) for $66,000. His victory denied Watson a second WCOOP title of the day. The Canadian finished runner-up for $46,050 while NLZWERVERNL finished third for $34,500. Ben 'jenbizzle' Jones added $31,425.08 to his bankroll thanks to his victory in the Medium buy-in event and Robert 'Little Kraut' Deppe scored $12,014.08 for winning the Low. Event #42 (High): $2,100 Triple Draw Duece to Seven Entries: 91 Prize pool: $182,000 Joao 'Naza114' Vieira - $49,595 Luke 'lb6121' Schwartz - $33,125 WD89lol<3 - $25,480 Daniel 'w00ki3z' Cates - $17,290 Harley 'Harleyy30040' Thrower- $12,740 fr0zZy - $9,555 Event #42 (Medium): $215 Triple Draw Duece to Seven Entries: 396 Prize pool: $79,200 Mike 'SirWatts' Watson - $15,325.20 Denis XXX007 - $11,365.20 Lance84 - $8,514 Chillolini - $5,860.80 pantri - $4,197.60 9cream4 - $2,692.80 Event #42 (Low): $22 Triple Draw Duece to Seven Entries: 1,536 Prize pool: $30,720 pokerqmaster - $4,915.91 Murilo 'Muka82' Figueiredo - $3,686.40 schu_81 - $2,764.80 Donald - $1,843.20 thefish01x - $1,228.80 dAASSSmayer - $724.99 Event #43 (High): $25,000 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller Entries: 104 Prize pool: $2,550,600 Linus 'LLinusLLove' Loeliger - $587,747.32 Henrik 'hhecklen' Hecklen - $451,251.38 fr0zZy - $346,454.88 Michael 'mczhang' Chi Zhang - $265,995.69 Chris 'Big Huni' Hunichen - $204,221.95 Rachid 'SkaiWalkurrr' Ben Cherif - $156,794.30 bartek901 - $120,391.17 Patrick 'pads1161' Leonard - $92,424.30 Event #43 (Medium): $2,100 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller Entries: 662 Prize pool: $1,324,000 Ognjen 'psjebemvas' Sekularac - $228,348.36 Killer_00000 - $162,774.01 etxnl01 - $116,030.85 Liv Boeree - $82,710.80 kurzatwarz - $58,959.17 NukeTheFish! - $42,028.12 NEWFlat - $29,959.07 Picasso 2 - $21,255.85 Event #43 (Low): $215 Eight Max No Limit Hold'em High Roller Entries: 5,010 Prize pool: $1,002,000 AS Leshly - $131,349.41 ReadngSouls - $112,902.97* samoooth - $72,459.22 Schamane22 - $51,651.39 Hciappolino - $36,818.79 baaadshaaa - $26,245.68 Little Kraut - $18,708 s3c3_1978 - $13,336.21 Event #44 (High): $2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Shootout Entries: 150 Prize pool: $300,000 Arseniy 'josef_shvejk' Karmatskiy - $66,000 Mike 'SirWatts' Watson - $46,050 NLZWERVERNL - $34,500 Michael 'imluckbox' Addamo - $24,000 ja.sam.gale - $18,000 hotmark777 - $12,000 Event #44 (Medium): $215 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Shootout Entries: 982 Prize pool: $196,400 Ben 'jenbizzle' Jones - $31,425.08 com 157 - $23,568 FshnIsMyPrfn - $17,676 FiatEruditio - $11,784 M_Acevedo - $7,856 Speedyy1986 - $4,870.72 Event #44 (Low): $22 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Shootout Entries: 4,619 Prize pool: $92,380 Robert 'Little Kraut' Deppe - $12,014.08 lsp pest - $8,776.10 andreyayo9 - $6,466.60 sharkkings23 - $4,157.10 Grimeyyyy - $2,309.50 bencb789 - $1,293.32
  6. Mike Watson entered Saturday holding the chip lead in two PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker events. He won one event to become just the 10th player with five SCOOP titles and finished runner-up in the other to miss out on becoming the third player with six titles. Watson earned his fifth title in Event #66 High ($2,100 NLHE) by beating out 198 other entries to win $80,642.40. Runner-up 'hotmark777' earned $62,088.88 while Russian 'Black88' added $47,804 to their bankroll for coming in third place. Watson then lost out a heads-up duel with Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken in Event #65 High ($1,050 8-Game). Boeken topped the 193-runner field to win $38,494.94 and the second SCOOP title of his career. Watson had to settle for $29,098.08. Germany's 'nilsef' picked up a $21,995.18 payday for finishing third. Former #1-ranked Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao added a second SCOOP title to his impressive resume by winning Event #71 High ($1,050 Six Max Turbo NLO8). Simao worked his way through 193 other competitors to earn first place prize money of $38,694.35. His final victim, 'Pardosh' won $29,248.85 while 'rompsa' ended up in third place for $22,109.15. The six other players who won SCOOP events on Saturday included 'King Rednax' (Event #65-L), 's3c3_1978' (Event #65-M), 'whufcmk' (Event #66-L), 'tutuca1987' (Event #66-M), Kami 'drkamikaze1' Chisholm (Event #71-L), 'DaCus3' (Event #71-M). Event #65-H: $1,050 8-Game Entries: 193 Prize pool: $193,000 Noah 'Exclusive' Boeken - $38,494.94 Mike 'SirWatts' Watson - $29,098.08 nilsef - $21,995.18 Kelvin_FP:AR - $16,626.10 Gjeddekongen - $12,567.63 Nor-Wiking - $9,499.84 Event #66-H: $2,100 NLHE Entries: 199 Prize pool: $400,000 Mike 'SirWatts' Watson - $80,642.40 hotmark777 - $62,088.88 Black88 - $47,804.00 nofingclue11 - $36,805.64 1_conor_b_1 - $28,337.72 MarToMchat - $21,818.00 XMorphineX - $16,798.32 IgorKarkarof - $12,933.48 Event #71-H: $1,050 Six Max Turbo NLO8 Entries: 194 Prize pool: $194,000 Joao 'IneedMassari' Simao - $38,694.35 Pardosh - $29,248.85 rompsa - $22,109.15 BigTreeStump - $16,712.24 Us_Alex - $12,632.75 IAmSoSo - $9,549.06
  7. For the third time this year Mike 'SirWatts' Watson finished a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker event as the last player standing. And this time he beat a "god" to do it. Watson beat out 147 other players including his final opponent Borys 'GODofHU' Turitsa to win Event #113 High ($1,050 6+ Hold'em) for $29,997.02. Turitsa, who famously defeated Lex Veldhuis heads-up in PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker Event #30 High ($2,100 8-Max NLHE) last September, had to settle for a $22,831.67 score while 'Bo$$ D4wg' won $17,377.98 as the third place finisher. Watson's first two wins of the 2020 SCOOP were in Event #51 High ($1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw) and Event #66 High ($2,100 NLHE). The three wins from this year doubled his career total to six. Watson may have been the highest profile winner on Friday, but he wasn't the biggest. That honor belonged to Brazilian Ariel 'ArielBahia' Celestino after winning Event #109 High ($2,100 NLHE PKO Thursday Thrill SE) for $62,126.78 while picking up an impressive $93,570.31 from bounties collected. Fellow Brazilian 'copag holdem' finished as runner-up to earn $62,126.57 with $12,468.75 more coming from bounties. Harley 'Harleyy30040' Thrower finished in third place for $40,864.27 and just $3,875 in bounties. Hungarian Maszat 'noirduck' Marci topped the 356-entry field in Event #108 High ($1,050 NLHE) to win their first SCOOP title and $65,618.99. Pedro 'pvigar' Vinícius Garagnani had to console himself with $49,699.38 for falling one spot short of the title. Third place went to 'Korrinho' for $37,642.08. Andre 'Sira Al Aziz' Santos and 'xnrobix' each locked up six-figure scores after chopping up nearly $219,000 in Event #110 High ($5,200 Six Max PLO High Roller). Santos went on to win the title and banked $111,256.53 as a result while 'xnrobix' took the remaining $107,219.12. 'bmwcoupe' was eliminated in third and drove away with $72,729.85. The final two players in Event #111 High ($530 Six Max NLHE) also chopped. '$w4g4l1c10u$' earned the title and added $59,071.62 to their bankroll while 'KKremate' ended up with a $61,717.78 payday. Just before the deal was struck, 'OMGACEACEACE' was eliminated in third place for $35,640.78. The fastest event on Friday's slate was Event #114 High ($215 Heads-Up Zoom NLHE Turbo Progressive Total KO) which went to 'samuraiUA'. Along the way to the win, 'samuraiUA' collected $34,051.03 in bounties. Runner-up 'bigfishka44' took home $5,747.17. All prize money was in the form of bounties in this event. Other players who spent Friday night celebrating a SCOOP victory included 'geshuou' (Event #108-L), 'crazybombs' (Event #108-M), 'bet121995' (Event #109-L), 'mendieta19' (Event #109-M), 'monopol' (Event #110-L), 'hotmark777' (Event #110-M), duxo 93 Event #111-L), 'BC1989RF' (Event #111-M), 'nemmad' (Event #113-L), 'mrlaing' (Event #113-M), 'Andrej82' (Event #114-L), and 'batai12' (Event #114-M). Event #108-H: $1,050 NLHE Entries: 356 Prize pool: $356,000 noirduck - $65,618.99 pvigar - $49,699.38 Korrinho - $37,642.08 SELOUAN1991 - $28,509.90 Tomatee - $21,593.25 Graftekkel - $16,354.64. leulue399 - $12,386.91 lo-fi dream - $9,381.77 lipe piv - $7,105.68 Event #109-H: $2,100 NLHE PKO Thursday Thrill SE Entries: 390 Prize pool: $780,000 (including $390,000 in bounties) Ariel 'ArielBahia' Celestino - $62,126.78 + $93,570.31 copag holdem - $62,126.57 + $12,468.75 Harleyy30040 - $40,864.27 + $3,875.00 jareth3542 - $31,098.95 + $6,687.50 efkinis24 - $23,667.22 + $11,695.31 ale6ka - $18,011.44 + $15,875.00 Tomatee - $13,707.25 + $8,843.75 megaliciou$$$ - $10,431.64 + $5,187.50 Event #110-H: $5,200 Six Max PLO High Roller Entries: 110 Prize pool: $550,000 Andre 'Sira Al Aziz' Santos - $111,256.53* xnrobix = $107,219.12* bmwcoupe - $72,729.85 LLinusLLove - $55,780.12 RuiNF - $42,780.54 XD89lol<3 - $32,810.52 Event #111-H: $530 Six Max NLHE Entries: 847 Prize pool: $423,500 $w4g4l1c10u$ - $59,071.62* KKremate - $61,717.78* OMGACEACEACE - $35,640.78 thx4urm0n3y - $25,319.66 hopezACE - $17m987.40 lwolfwhite - $12,778.47 Event #113-H: $1,050 6+ Hold'em Entries: 148 Prize pool: $148,000 Mike "SirWatts" Watson - $29,997.02 GODofHU - $22,831.67 Bo$$ D4wg - $17,377.98 Hatrick1991 - $13,226.98 sry2good4u - $10,067.50 Zapahzamazki - $7,662.72 Event #114-H: $215 Heads-Up Zoom NLHE Turbo Progressive Total KO Entries: 1,486 Prize pool: $297,200 samuraiUA - $34,051.03 bigfishka44 - $5,747.17 BADEXTASY - $2,900.00 Powergolf - $3,309.96
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