Nicolas ‘chilenocl’ Yunis win Event#47, while Brian ‘tsarrast’ Rast wins #52 of SCOOP 2017

Nicolas ‘chilenocl’ Yunis, a professional poker player from Chile won event#47 of the ongoing SCOOP 2017. The tournament was $2,100 buy-in No Limit Hold’em (6 max, shootout) and it generated 213 players worldwide. The tournament generated $426,000 from the tournament, which was distributed among top 36 players. The final table chip counts of this match… Read More »

€urop€an wins Event#41 of SCOOP 2017 for $252K

€urop€an, a professional poker player from Finland has won the event#41 of SCOOP 2017. The tournament took place at PokerStars. The winner pocketed a sum total of amount $252,525 from the tournament in a heads-up deal against a pro from Slovakia named Secret_M0d3, who collected $187,775 from the tournament. The tournament was $5,200 buy-in No… Read More »

China’s Sixiao Li wins MPC26 High Roller for HK$2,436,000

Sixiao Li, a professional poker player from china is the new champion of prestigious MPC26 High Roller. She collected the first prize of amount HK$2,436,000 (~US$313,867) from the tournament and topped a field size of 130 players. The runner-up of this event was another Chinese named Xuming Qi and she pocketed a sum total of… Read More »

Festival of Speed at 32Red

32Red Poker players will be spoilt for choice during our Festival of Speed, which runs between 8th – 25th June. It is indeed possible to please all of the people, all of the time, which is why we have covered multiple bases… Tournament fans and newcomers alike are in for an eventful ride with the… Read More »

Canada’s Justin “ZeeJustin” Bonomo wins Event 25 of SCOOP 2017

Justin “ZeeJustin” Bonomo, a pro poker player from Canada won event#25 of ongoing SCOOP 2017. The player collected a sum total of amount $96,680 from the title. The tournament was $2,100 buy in 8 Game, which attracted 208 players worldwide and generated $416,000 as total prize pool. Top 30 positions of the match were getting… Read More »

Daniel Daniyar wins WPT Amsterdam Main event for €152,600

Daniel Daniyar, a professional poker player from Kazakhstan has won the prestigious world poker tour Amsterdam Main event of buy-in €3,300. It was the Season XVI of WPT Amsterdam to which Daniyar did great and topped total field size of 224 players. The player collected a sum total of amount €152,600 and a $15,000 seat… Read More »

UK’s Charlie “Epiphany77” Carrel wins Event 16 of SCOOP 2017

A professional poker player from United Kingdom named Charlie “Epiphany77” Carrel has won his second SCOOP Title at PokerStars in 2017. It was event#16 to which the UK poker player did well and collected the title of the championship. The player pocketed $67,410 from this particular $1,050 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Holde’em of 6 Max… Read More »

Russia’s BIack88 wins $25K High Roller Event of SCOOP 2017

BIack88, a pro poker player from Russian has won the event#15H of prestigious SCOOP 2017. The tournament was of $25,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em (8Max, High Roller). The tournament received 93 entries and 32 re-entrants and generated a total prize pool of amount $3,065,625, which was distributed among top 16 players. The winner of this… Read More »

Thijs Menco of Netherlands wins WPTDeepStacks Amsterdam

A professional poker player from Netherlands named Thijs Menco has won the first event WPTDeepStacks Amsterdam, which concluded on Monday. The winner pocketed a sum total of amount €73,239 from the tournament and topped a field of 243 players. Pim van Wassenberg concluded at second position and pocketed a total sum of amount €51,485 from… Read More »

Raffaele Sorrentino wins PokerStars Championship presented by Monte-Carlo casino

An Italian professional poker player named Raffaele Sorrentino wins PokerStars championship title presented by Monte-Carlo casino. The player collected first prize of amount €466,714 from the heads-up deal, while runner-up of this event was a player from Germany named Andreas Klatt. The winner and the runner-up, both were PokerStars qualifier. The runner-up took home a… Read More »