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  1. NewsWPT Online Championships: Michael Addamo chops $100K Super High Roller for $1.28MThe 2020 World Poker Tour Online Championships have finally come to a conclusion on partypoker. The pro-friendly event ended with a $100K Super High Roller. Michael Addamo and partypoker ambassador Ike Haxton agreed on a heads-up chop, but Addamo walked away as the WPT Online Championships official champion, Addamo banked early $1.3 million for being the last high roller standing. [...] Read more…
  2. NewsAndre 'PTFisherman23' Marques wins 2020 WCOOP Main Event in 3-way money chop for $1.14 millionThe 2020 World Championship of Online Poker Main Event Championship, aka WCOOP Event #72-H at PokerStars attracted 1,977 runners to the $10 million guaranteed prize pool event. The final table included... Teun 'tinnoemulder' Mulder, Andre "PTFisherman23" Marques, Robin 'robinho' Ylitalo, Tonio "prrrak4783" Roder, Michael 'munchenHB' Telker. The top three agreed to a chop that gave them roughly $1 million each. Portugal's Andre "PTFisherman23" Marques defeated Germany's Tonio "prrrak4783" Roder heads-up for the WCOOP Main Event title and $1.14 million in cash. Dutch pro Teun Mulder took third place. [...] Read more…
  3. NewsShaun Deeb has COVID-19, yet still grinding WCOOP from hospitalShaun Deeb, one of the greatest online poker player of all time and four-time WSOP bracelet winner, headed to Mexico to grind out the 2020 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) at PokerStars. Deeb contracted coronavirus and has been holed up in a hospital in Mexico, but he's still trying to grind out WCOOP tournaments, despite his health struggles. [...] Read more…
  4. RIP Darvin Moon, Runner-up 2009 WSOP

    NewsRIP Darvin Moon, Runner-up 2009 WSOPDarvin Moon, the Luddite Logger from Maryland, made poker history when the amateur went all the way to the second-installment of the November Nine and reached the final table of the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. Moon lost heads-up to Joe Cada but he cashed nearly $5.2 million off a modest $130 investment. Moon stepped out of the spotlight have his brief brush with fame. He passed away over the weekend at age 56 after complications from surgery. [...] Read more… Darvin Moon at the 2009 WSOP Main Event
  5. News2020 WPT World Online Championships: Phillip Mighall Binks Main Event for $1.7 MillionThe 2020 World Poker Tour Online Championship at PartyPoker continued with the Main Event. The $10,300 buy-in Main Event attracted 1,011 to the $10 million guaranteed prize pool. The UK's Phillip Mighall defeated Holland's Teun Mulder heads-up to win the Main Event for $1.7 million. Mulder earned $1.2 million for second place. PartyPoker Ambassador Dzmitry Urbanovich made the final table but finished in sixth place. Damian Salas busted in third place. [...] Read more…
  6. NewsTilt-a-Phil: Tony G vs Phil Hellmuth (Videos)Love them or hate them but Phil Hellmuth and Tony G blowing up at each other is hysterical content. One of the many thing I miss about the poker boom, were the televised blow ups of our favorite poker villains. PokerStars released one of their clip videos of their favorite moments with Tony G needling Hellmuth during The Big Game. [...] Read more…
  7. NewsHollywood Home Games, Irish Eyes Smiling with Mike SextonEver since Mike Sexton passed away last weekend, the tributes poured in all over the poker community including two good one from Houston Curtis and Padraig Parkinson. It's very rare when the community is unified by something and in this moment of tragedy, the poker world collectively mourned the passing of Mike Sexton as one of the true legends and one of the greatest ambassadors of the game. [...] Read more…
  8. NewsWSOP Online: Melika 'Melirazavii' Razavi, Connor Drinan, Michael Gathy win final braceletsThe 2020 WSOP Online came to a close at GGPoker with its final bracelet events. Iran's Melika 'Melirazavii' Razavi snagged her first bracelet with a victory in Event #82 $1,050 Beat the Pros. Connor Drinan faded 899 players to win Event #83 $10K WSOP Super MILLION$ for a $1.4 million score. For the final bracelet event on the docket, Belgian pro Michael Gathy banked $272,504 for shipping Event #85 $500 Closer (Last Chance) and won his fourth-career bracelet. [...] Read more…
  9. NewsFedor Holz wins WSOP Online $25K HU Bracelet, Chops $25K WCOOP SHRIt's been a wild, sizzling, sensational 24-hour period for Fedor Holz. The "retired" pro from Germany took down a WSOP Online $25K bracelet event at GGPoker on Sunday for a cool million and his second-career bling. Then on Monday at PokerStars, Holz heads-up chopped WCOOP Event #25-H Super Higher Roller for $515,293. [...] Read more…
  10. NewsRIP Mike Sexton, Poker's Greatest AmbassadorThe poker world is mourning the loss of one of its greatest ambassadors and beloved players. Mike Sexton passed away at the age of 72 after a long battle with cancer. Sexton loved the game of poker and he sought to share his love of the game with people all over the world. Sexton won over $6.7 million in live tournaments and unknown millions in cash games, including a WSOP bracelet in 1989. Sexton also won an event on the WPT in 2016. Sexton is widely known as an announcer for the World Poke Tour. He inspired people to become better players, but more importantly Sexton inspired pros to become better people. [...] Read more…
  11. Breaking NewsStoyan Madanzhiev wins 2020 WSOP Online Main Event for $3.9 millionThe 2020 WSOP Online Event #77 $5,000 NL Main Event started with 5,802 runners and played down to a champion on Saturday evening. Bulgaria's Stoyan Madanzhiev and Wenling Gao from China were heads-up for the bracelet and $3.9 million for first place. Madanzhiev knocked out Wenling Gao to win the Main Event and small mountain of cash. The record-setting prize pool had over $27.5 million with multiple players earning seven-figure payouts. Wenling Gao earned $2.75 million for second place. [...] Read more…
  12. News2020 WSOP Online: Jeffrey Dobrin and Nicolo 'Paquitooo' Molinelli ship People's Choice braceletsGGPoker hosted a couple of People's Choice events to determine the last batch of bracelet winners at the 2020 WSOP Online. American Jeffrey Dobrin outlasted 2,408 runners to emerge victorious in WSOP Online Event #80 People's Choice Pro's Pick that was a $600 NL tournament. Dobrin won his first bracelet and $189,666. In WSOP Online Event #81, Italy's Nicolo 'Paquitooo' Molinelli binked the People's Choice Spin the Wheel event that ended up a $1,050 NL Bounty 6-Handed affair. Molinelli earned over $243,420 including bounties. [...] Read more…
  13. News2020 WSOP Online: Gediminas 'NeverGambol' Uselis wins bracelet, Main Event Down to 38Gediminas 'NeverGambol' Uselis is the latest player to etch their names in the history books. Uselis faded 4,461 runners and took down WSOP Online Event #78 $400 Forty Stack for $227,186 and the bracelet. Meanwhile, the big granddaddy of them all, the WSOP Online Main Event, is down to 38 players out of the original 5,802 runners. First place will pay out $3 million when it plays down to the champion this weekend. Oh, and Fedor Holz is two players away from a bracelet in the WSOP Online $25K Heads Up (People's Event). Holz is in the semifinals, which also will play out this weekend. [...] Read more…
  14. News2020 WSOP Online: Norway's Trygve 'FullSendWig' Leite and Adnan 'Bolazar' Hacialioglu win braceletsOver at GGPoker they're wrapping up the last few events of the international version of the 2020 WSOP Online. Norway's Trygve 'FullSendWig' Leite outlasted a field of 3,552 runners to win WSOP Online Event #75 $300 Double Stack NL. Leite faded a final table that included Connor Drinan to win his first bracelet and $130K. Over in WSOP Online Event #78 $1,000 Turbo NL 6-Handed, Adnan 'Bolazar' Hacialioglu outlasted 1,910 runners to win the bracelet and $259,842. [...] Read more…
  15. NewsGermany's Christian Rudolph wins WSOP Online $25,000 Poker Players ChampionshipThe 2020 World Series of Poker Online Event #70 $25,000 Players Championship finally played down to a champion. A total of 407 runners took a shot at the high-stakes bracelet and coveted title. Germany's Christian Rudolph defeated American pro Chris Hunichen heads up for the title and $1.8 million in cash. Rudolph outlasted a final table that also included Jason Koon. [...] Read more…
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