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UK’s Joe Johnson wins PokerStars High Roller London for £59,912

Joe Johnson of United Kingdom wins PokerStars £2,200 buy-in High Roller London for £59,912. The heads-up deal among top two players decided the final result at the venue i.e. Hippodrome Casino in London. The London event received 178 entries out of which (166 fresh entries + 12 re-entrants) and generated total prize pool of amount… Read More »

Kazakhstan’s vip25459 wins Event#25 or $700 NLHE Turbo of TCOOP 2017

vip25459, a professional poker player from Kazakhstan takes down event#25 of turbo championship of online poker and pocketed $87,078.33 + $43,957.11 in bounties from the title. The event was $700 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Turbo Progressive KO 50%, which attracted 1,733 players and generated $1,152,445 as total prize pool. Top 197 positions of the match… Read More »

Belgium’s girafganger7 wins Event#16 of TCOOP 2017 + Other Events

girafganger7, an online poker player from Belgium won event#16, which was $700 buy-in No Limit Hold’em and pocketed $83,049 as first prize. pilsuhng of United Kingdom finished his journey being second for a total winning share of amount $67,500.37. The winner and runner were decided after a heads-up took place among final two players. As… Read More »

Russia’s letsgodody wins Event#8 and _pippzor_ wins #9 of TCOOP 17

A russian professional poker player letsgodody won event#8 of TCOOP 2017, while Sweden’s _pippzor_ won event#9 of the tournament. Event#8 was $82 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Hold’em 6-Max, Turbo, Progressive KO 100%, which received a huge field size i.e. 8,219 and generated $616,425 as total prize pool, but it was letsgodody who made the final… Read More »

‘Muka82’ wins Event#2 and ratajpoker wins Event#3 of TCOOP 2017

Brazilian Murilo ‘Muka82’ Figueiredo wins event#2 of TCOOP 2017 and pocketed the first prize of amount ($8,023.12 + $2,553.91 bounty). He defeated philipoo of Denmark who received $5,821.50 + $696.05 bounty as winning total. The event which was $82 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo event attracted 1,378 players and generated a total rpize pol of… Read More »

Top 25 Canadian Poker Players :All Time Poker Earnings

Canada produces hundreds of professional live and online poker players every year.  The game is a big hit among Canadian people. Online poker in Canada could be a best option to make real money which you are taking a chance at the internet. Some of world’s largest poker championship winners are from Canada. Daniel Negreanu… Read More »

Canada’s Luc Greenwood wins $25K High Roller of PokerStars Bahamas

Luc Greenwood of Canada is the winner of $25k buy-in High Roller at PokerStars Championship Bahamas. Greenwood pocketed the first prize of amount $779,268 from a two way heads-up deal and title of the championship, whereas UK’s Nick Petrangelo collected $740,032 being runner-up at the event. The $25,000 + $750 buy-in High Roller Tool place… Read More »

Bryn Kenney wins $50K High Roller of PokerStars Championship Bahamas

Bryn Kenney of United States takes down $50,000 High Roller of PokerStars Bahamas and pocketed a huge $969,075 for that.Italian Mustapha Kanit becomes second and pocketed $695,740 from this particular High Roller. The Championship took place on January 9, 2017 and it attracted 69 entries (including 20 re-entries) from players of around the world including… Read More »

jbrown8777 is at #1 Spot among Top 15 Online Poker Players of Canada

Canadian people love to play poker at different online poker websites. There are thousands of players from Canada, who play and win hundreds and thousands of dollars every month. Some of them are able to make million from these high end Canadian poker websites. Please take a look at current positions of online poker players… Read More »

Jason Koon Becomes the winner of $100K PokerStars Super High Roller Bahamas

Jason Koon of Virginia, United States wins $100K PokerStars Super High Roller Bahamas and pocketed $1,650,300 as first prize. The tournament took place from January 6 to January 8, 2016 and received 41 entries from almost all top players. Out of 41 entries, 13 were re-entrants. Total prize pool generated for the championship was a… Read More »