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    • News 2020 WSOP ONLINE: Seth 'AbeFroman' Fischer, Luis 'Xapilskinha' Assuncao Garla bink bracelets The 2020 WSOP Online awarded a couple more bracelets at GGPoker. In WSOP Online Event #56 $1,500 GGMasters WSOP Edition High Roller attracted 2,153 runners and Seth 'AbeFroman' Fischer came out on top to bank nearly $445,000. Meanwhile, Event #55 HK$8,000 NLHE Asia Championship attracted 3,247 runners and a prize pool over $3.2 million. Luis 'Xapilskinha' Assuncao Garla outlasted a final table that included Alan Schein. Xapilskinha banked HK$3.5M or approximately $460K. [...] Read more…


      Sausage King of Chicago bling winner
    • News WSOP Online: Alek 'astazz' Stasiak wins second bracelet of 2020 The WSOP Online awarded its first double-bracelet of the 2020 WSOP. Canada's Alek 'astazz' Stasiak won Event #33 $1,111 for COVID Relief two weeks ago, and then he shipped WSOP Online Event #52 $1,000 NL over the weekend for $273,305. That's two bracelets for Stasiak this summer. Meanwhile, Frank Crivello won his first bracelet in Event #53 $800 PLO Double Stack. In addition, Anatoly 'Pohitrusha' Suvarov won WSOP Online Event #57 GGMasters WSOP Edition for $183,526. [...] Read more…


      Alek 'astazz' Stasiak ships Event #52
    • News Doug Polk vs. Daniel Negreanu: Heads-up Grudge Match The weirdness of 2020 continues with the 'Million Dollar Grudge Match' and the latest bit of drama driving the news cycle in the poker world. Doug Polk confirmed that he will battle Daniel Negreanu in an online heads-up match playing NL poker at $200/$400 stakes. The two will joust at two tables anywhere between 10K and 25k hands. Once the 2020 WSOP Online concludes, KidPoker and Polk will have their duel. [...] Read more…


      [original image via Doug Polk/YouTube]
    • News 2020 WSOP Online: Eoghan 'DrRoche' O'Dea wins first bracelet The O'Dea clan, the first family of poker in Ireland, includes the legendary Donnacha O'Dea who became the first Irish player to win a WSOP bracelet back in 1998. And 22 years later, Eoghan 'DrRoche' O'Dea, won his first WSOP bracelet with a victory in WSOP Online Event #51 $400 PLO to become the fifth player from Ireland to win a bracelet. Meanwhile, Italy's Enrico 'GTOExploiter' Camosci binked WSOP Online Event #50 $2,100 Bounty Championship for $327,319. [...] Read more…


      O'Dea in Las Vegas at the WSOP
    • News Brazil's Caio 'Pessagno' Pessagno and Fernando 'fviana' Viana Ship Stadium Series Grand Final The first-ever PokerStars Stadium Series came to an end with the Grand Final. The three-tiered buy-in event had buy-ins ranging from $55 to $530 to $5,200 and Brazilian players won two of the three. Best of all, the Grand Final was an old-school freeze out. In the Stadium Series Grand Final - $530 buy-in Medium, Caio 'Pessagno' Pessagno outlasted 4,234 runners and secured a three-way deal to win $266K. In the Stadium Series Grand Final - $5,200 buy-in High, Fernando 'fviana' Viana faded 971 runners to take down first place and $721,235 (also via a three-way deal). [...] Read more…

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