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  1. Andras 'PokerBluff1' Nemeth was among the biggest Sunday winners after he took down the GGPoker GGS #151: $25,000 $750k Gtd Super High Roller for an eye-watering $475,311. The world-ranked #2 secured his second largest online cash after defeating 'AlfredDelia' heads-up, who took away $290,483 as runner-up, with 'HectorHermano', 'Chun Lei Zhou' and 'LuckyChewyFan' also securing six-figure results having reached the final table. Alex 'FkTheseGuysBro' Foxen, Mike McDonald, and Michael Soyza all narrowly missed out on a heads-up battle in the GGPoker GGS #155: $200k Gtd Super High Roller $2,500
  2. It was just over four years ago that Christian 'eisenhower1' Jeppsson relinquished his grasp on the #1 ranking on PocketFives, but on Sunday the Swede put himself back into the spotlight by winning the PokerStars Sunday Million. Jeppsson beat out the 10,890-player field in the Sunday Million to win $111,769.63. Brazilain 'EricBolis' finished one place behind Jeppsson for an $81,103.38 score while 'seegul65' rounded out the podium finishers, coming in third for $58,856.74. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Borgata Poker"] For the second time i
  3. Another busy day for the 2019 World Championship of Online Poker on Wednesday had 12 players pick up titles and one former World Champion get oh-so-close to winning his first WCOOP title. Confused? Read on. The biggest winner of the day was British grinder 'KaraageChicken' after chopping up Event #22 High ($5,200 No Limit Hold'em High Roller) with two other players. KaraageChicken took home $196,251 while Russian 'Futti18' grabbed $182,414.81 for his runner-up result and Austrian 'WATnlos' banked $166,740.33 as the third place finisher. The final table also included former #1-ranked Arse
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