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Name: $ 50 PartyPoker Blog Freeroll
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Date and Time: 19th May 2013 – 13:00 EDT
Game Type: No Limit Holdem
Starting Chips: 3000
Blinds: 3 Mins (Yep it’s a quick one!)
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Everyone at this final table learned a valuable lesson today– don’t mess with a woman on a hot streak. Eight days ago, xHAPKOMAHx made one of her largest-ever online scores, finishing second in May 4th’s Hot $ 11. Now, she’s a Women’s Sunday champion. A quiet threat in the early stages, xHAPKOMAHx steadily grew her stack and rarely showed down a hand before doubling through chip leader panda_kls with four players remaining. xHAPKOMAHx took control and never let go, eliminating all three of the final four en route to the win.
220 players came out for the Mother’s Day edition of the Women’s Sunday, creating an $ 11,000 prize pool. 36 places were paid with first place set to earn $ 2,249.50. With the Red Spade Army busy invading Monte Carlo for the EPT Grand Final, the field was free of bounties this week but still full of plenty of familiar faces and past champions including Xuan “xx23xx” Liu, Ana Marquez, Jan “jamjars69″ Combes, and Grindettes Katie “katie75013″ Stone, Jamie “AndTheLawWon” Kerstetter, and Katie “hotjenny314″ Dozier, who finished in 19th place.
Blinds were 800/1,600 with ten players remaining and crankychick was the short stack. After Juliya-Lucky opened for 3,200 from UTG, crankychick found [Ac][Jd] and three-bet shoved for her last 15,000. Although Juliya-Lucky turned up the same hand with [As][Js], the [Td][6s][4s] flop left her freerolling with the nut flush draw. Juliya-Lucky hit it on the turn with the [8s], crowning crankychick the final table bubble girl.
However, on the same deal of hand-for-hand play, Kispocok91 lost a coinflip for almost her entire stack. Kispocok91′s [2s][2h] hung on through the turn before luckyno75′s [Kd][Qh] spiked a king on the river. Kispocok91 made the final table, but with less than one big blind left.
Final table chip counts
Seat 1: luckyno75 (77,968 in chips)
Seat 2: jvgcook (194,086 in chips)
Seat 3: Juliya-Lucky (99,085 in chips)
Seat 4: Kispocok91 (1,410 in chips)
Seat 5: jam3s1nlove (64,508 in chips)
Seat 6: xHAPKOMAHx (48,883 in chips)
Seat 7: Mandalena (29,262 in chips)
Seat 8: szczubcia (36,725 in chips)
Seat 9: panda_kls (108,073 in chips)
Kispocok91 KOed, jvgcook burns chips
As expected, the last of Kispocok91′s chips went in on the first hand, her [4h][7d] up against jam3s1nlove’s [Qh][8d]. The board double-paired jacks and threes, jam3s1nlove’s queen playing to eliminate Kispocok91 in ninth place.
Jvgcook brought a dominant chip lead into this final table but saw it evaporate entirely within the first ten minutes of play. Most of her chips landed with panda_kls, who called jvgcook’s preflop three-bet and check-called both the flop and turn on a [3s][6s][7d][As] board. When the [Jh] hit the river, panda_kls moved in for her last 47,000 and jvgcook surrendered the 175,000 pot. Luckyno75 snagged her own chunk of jvgcook’s stack a few hands later. With the blinds up to 2,000/4,000, Luckno75 three-bet jvgcook’s UTG min-raise to 10,000. Jvgcook four-bet shoved for 126,000 and luckyno75 gladly tossed in her last 50,000 with [Ad][As]. Her pocket aces held up against [Ah][Kh], doubling luckyno75 to 123,000. Once on top with 194,000, jvgcook was down to only 66,000.
Mandalena gets lucky, goes broke
Moments later, Mandalena got the rest of her stack in on a [Ac][Tc][9s] flop vs. Juliya-Lucky. Although Juliya-Lucky flopped a set of tens, Mandalena hit running cards to make Broadway with the [Jd] turn and [Ks] river, doubling to 53,000. However, new chip leader panda_kls undid most of those gains when Mandalena check-folded to her 20,000 bet on a [9c][5c][4d][6d] board, relinquishing a 44,600 pot. Panda_kls moved up to 220,000 and Mandalena was left with only 35,000.
Mandalena survived a few more orbits before luckyno75 picked up [Ad][Ah] and crippled her to less than 4,000 in chips:
Juliya-Lucky never regained momentum from her earlier setback against Mandalena and dropped to 38,000 in chips. She committed her last 15 big blinds preflop vs. jam3s1nlove, her [Kh][Js] trailing [Ac][9s]. An ace hit the flop and that was all she wrote for Juliya-Lucky, who took home $ 385.00 for seventh place.
luckyno75 vs. the shorties
With six players remaining, both short stacks doubled through luckyno75. Jvgcook put her last 26,000 in with [Qh][Jc] and flopped a jack against [Ah][5s] while szczubcia three-bet shoved 17,700 with [Ks][Kh] and held against [As][9s]. Luckyno75 slipped to 116,000, down, but still solidly in the middle of the pack.
Jam3s1nlove was next to put her tournament life at risk. With the blinds up to 2,000/4,000, she three-bet jammed for 78,718 from the big blind with [Ah][9d], but panda_kls looked her up with [8s][8c]. The pocket pair hung on and jam3s1nlove hit the rail in sixth place, earning $ 495.00.
Moments later, szczubcia tried to see if lightning would strike twice vs. luckyno75. Szczubcia open-shoved for 26,810 with [As][6h] but ran into luckyno75′s [Ac][Kc] on the button. Both players flopped an ace but luckyno75′s kicker played, eliminating szczubcia in fifth place ($ 638.00).
Here comes xHAPKOMAHx
As the field thinned to four, panda_kls was still on top with 285,000, xHAPKOMAHx was second with 151,000, luckyno75 held 127,000 and jvgcook was the short stack with 96,000. With the blinds only 2,500/5,000 no one was in immediate danger, but nevertheless, a monster pot unfolded that would prove to be the pivotal one of the tournament. With the action folded to xHAPKOMAHx in the small blind, she opened for a min-raise to 10,000 and panda_kls called. xHAPKOMAHx led out for 10,000 on the [Qs][6s][3c] flop, panda_kls raised to 20,000, and xHAPKOMAHx three-bet to 40,000. Panda_kls called, and the [Jd] hit the turn. xHAPKOMAHx fired again, making it 55,000 to go. Panda_kls raised to 110,000 and xHAPOKOMAHx called off her remaining 46,000, revealing [Ad][Qc]. Panda_kls had also hit top pair, but with a dominated [Qd][5d]. Panda_kls needed to pair her kicker, but instead xHAPKOMAHx paired hers, the [Ah] falling on the river to make her aces and queens. xHAPKOMAHx doubled to 304,000 and took the chip lead while panda_kls fell to 134,000.
xHAPKOMAHx weilded her big stack like a club and took out jvgcook a short time later, her [Ad][Kc] turning trips to crack pocket queens. For fourth place, jvgcook banked $ 935.00. Luckyno75 was next to go. Down to 63,000, she open-shoved with [Ah][Kd], but didn’t improve against xHAPKOMAHx’s pocket jacks. Now a six-time Women’s Sunday final tablist, luckyno75 added another $ 1,243.00 to the till with her third-place finish.
Heads-up chip counts
Seat 6: xHAPKOMAHx (620,638 in chips)
Seat 9: panda_kls (39,362 in chips)
The wrecking ball xHAPKOMAHx took a final, successful swing on the second hand of heads-up play. Panda_kls shoved with [Qc][8h] and xHAPKOMAHx looked her up with [Kd][2c], her king playing on a paired board to lock up the win.
PokerStars Women’s Sunday results for 5/12/2013
Prizepool: $ 11,000
Places paid: 36
1. xHAPKOMAHx (Belarus) $ 2,249.50
2. panda_kls (Lithuania) $ 1,650.00
3. luckyno75 (Romania) $ 1,243.00
4. jvgcook (Belgium) $ 935.00
5. szczubcia (Poland) $ 638.00
6. jam3s1nlove (Germany) $ 495.00
7. Juliya-Lucky (Russia) $ 385.00
8. Mandalena (Greece) $ 275.00
9. Kispocok91 (Hungary) $ 209.00
Don’t miss out on your chance to win your way into the Women’s Sunday for pennies on the dollar. Head over to the Women’s Sunday page for a full satellite schedule.
PokerFest III Gets Bigger and Better With Our Miniwrap up from Events 37-48 And We’re Finishing It Off With $1.5 million guaranteed on Sunday 5th May!
PokerFestIII has to some been a whirlwind romance of Poker. I mean just ask luckyduck456 who cashed back to back for a combined sum of $ 180,000! With the PokerFest III proving to be a real hit with all of you at home here’s a mini round up who won what over the last couple of PokerFest-III days.
More Money…No Problems…
Event #37 Gtd:$ 750 – Game:NLH – Buy-in 5 Points Winner – lAnthonyElisa
Event #38 Gtd:$ 2,000 – Game:NLH Rebuy – Buy-in $ 0.5 Winner – Herr_Starr
Event #39 Gtd:$ 20,000 – Game:NLH Rebuy – Buy-in $ 6 Winner – flip14me
Event #40 Gtd:$ 70,000 – Game:NLH Rebuy – Buy-in $ 54 Winner – leifik73
Event #41 Gtd:$ 500 – Game:PLO Speed – Buy-in 5 Points Winner – nick2713
Event #42 Gtd:$ 1,000 – Game:PLO Speed Rebuy – Buy-in $ 0.5 Winner – OMGitsJo
Event #43 Gtd:$ 7,500 – Game:PLO Speed Rebuy – Buy-in $ 6 Winner – cynpokerstar
Event #44 Gtd:$ 35,000 – Game:PLO Speed Rebuy- Buy-in $ 54 Winner – flolle96
Event #46 Gtd:$ 750 – Game:NLH Heads Up Speed – Buy-in $ 0.5 Winner – Gumbald2009
Event #47 Gtd:$ 7,500 – Game:NLH Heads Up Speed – Buy-in $ 6 Winner – vitalij300
Event #48 Gtd:$ 25,000 – Game:NLH Heads Up Speed- Buy-in $ 54 Winner – laudrup85
Pokerfest III Concludes With $ 1.5 Million Guaranteed This Sunday 5th May
Our fantastic Pokerfest III exciting two week online poker festival featuring NLH, PLO and FLH will conclude this Sunday 5th May with four events including the $ 640 buy-in showpiece $ 1.5 million guaranteed at 19.30 CET! Of course one player to look out for this coming Sunday is the infamous ‘Luckyduck456’ who won both events 31 and 36 last Sunday scooping a combined $ 180,000 in the process.
Huge Guarantees As We Finish Off In Style!
And word has it that “Further highlights of the final three days of Pokerfest III include a $ 100,000 guaranteed $ 108 buy-in NLH Speed Rebuy at 21.00 CET on Friday, a $ 75,000 guaranteed $ 215 buy-in NLH Bounty at 21.00 CET on Saturday and a $ 60,000 guaranteed $ 33 NLH tournament at 18.00 CET on Sunday” So make sure to ‘check out the lobby to find the very cost effective routes of obtaining a seat to all these events’ Good Luck!
Now Is The Time, So Get Your Name Up Here!
Okay we are now officialy over half way down the poker-road known as PokerFestIII, have you got your name up there yet? Don’t worry if you didn’t there’s still lots more events to play in PokerFestIII!
Sunday Grind: April 14, 2013
The night before my Sunday Grind, my favorite pastime is to go down to the hot tub in our complex that overlooks the ocean. Often, my husband and I will relay hands to each other from the jam-packed Saturday session, and I’ll put my back close to the jets for a free massage. Secretly (well, until now), I often give myself a little pep talk in my head, like “I’ve been paying off too much with overpairs lately– I should look to consider more pot-control-type lines with them tomorrow.”
Sunday started with the usual cocktail of excitement and anticipation, and black Mexican coffee brought to me in bed by Collin. Everything’s just a bit sexier on Sundays in the tournament poker world, and because I’ve been able to move up in stakes since my first Anatomy article, I’m happy to be able to play the tournaments with jazzier names and bigger guarantees. Any way you cut the deck, though, I’ll always be a bankroll nit!
Pretty early into my session, I was able to give even more focus to the tables I had up because I wasn’t yet at full capacity in terms of the number of games I had going. This means that I could take more advantage of playing exploitively and looking for weakness primarily through HUD stats, such as in this hand:
My heart always beats a little faster when I’m involved in a big pot in the Sunday Million. In this hand, my opponent used all but three seconds of his time bank before calling my close-to-3x over-shove on the river.
The nine on the turn gives me some interesting options. I could check/call and fake giving up with overcards, or I could go ahead and bet. I favored the latter because I want to charge him for drawing, but, also, a smallish bet could potentially block him from betting a larger amount if I checked to him.
When he called my bet on the turn, I thought his range was primarily flush draws, possibly a slow-played huge hand or overpair, or even less likely, a hand like 6-6 that wasn’t a believer. The river brought the best card in the deck, giving me a full house and completing the flush. From his perspective, a full house was still a fairly unlikely holding for me. Considering that I wasn’t going to get value from the few weak hands in his range, and that he was likely to have a fairly strong hand that was worse than mine, I decided to overbet shove the river. Fortunately, he decided to call!
At around 12:30, I was at the final table of a 180-man when my action froze and I saw something even worse than a KK < AA bad beat pop up on my screen. Cue those ‘worst of times’ moments I talked about as inevitable in my first article:
Collin was grinding also, and from the fact that he usually is calm while playing yet I could hear him making discontented sounds, I gathered that our Internet was, in fact, down, and that he was probably heads-up. Because he plays 9-man SNGs, disconnecting for him is generally even worse than for me. The moment the Internet came back on and I meticulously clicked “sit in” on all my tables, I unregistered for all the tournaments that had yet to start. When dealing with triage, the first step is to try to limit the bleeding!
Early in the week, I had a few issues with Internet and passed on playing until I was able to get the company out here to check on things. I made trips to replace the filters (which apparently is the little box that plugs into the wall) and the modem. The guy gave me his cell phone number and said it was working 100 percent perfectly; there was no way I’d have issues.
Needless to say, few things that people say are 100 percent actually are — whether you’re in a first world country or, in my case, a third world country.
Sure enough, our Internet flickered out again, right after I’d unregistered from the upcoming tournaments, but Collin hadn’t had enough time to unregister the million types of SNGs he plays. Our backup Internet sticks were also failing, and there was nothing to do but wait. At that moment, I did the unthinkable: I started painting my nails with a color called “mellow yellow.” I was helpless to all the equity I was losing at that moment, but at least I’d be able to end the day with a decent manicure!
Just when I’d naively think the Internet was fine again, it would peter out once more, and I had to make adjustments in my games to account for that. In general, I took on a more long-ball approach and didn’t allow myself to do any of my trendy non-all-in all-ins (like min-raising with a 2.2 big blind stack instead of simply shoving). Finding the balance was a bit tough; I even considered making a massive three-bet shove in this spot because I was so afraid that my Internet would cut out again:
It was also possible that my Internet issues helped me in terms of opponents being more likely to try to bluff me, such as in this hand from my favorite online tournament, the $ 55 Women’s Sunday:
At that point I was still in The Bigger $ 55, the $ 55 Women’s Sunday, and the Sunday Million. I couldn’t help but think what an amazing story it would have been to make a super deep run in the Sunday Million, or finally win the Women’s Sunday, but my dreams were starting to flicker out even more than my Internet connection had earlier. As I was bubbling the final two tables of the Women’s $ 55, this hand crippled me in the Sunday Million:
Fortunately, the next day I woke up to the news that I’d been selected as one of the winners in the PokerStars Sickest Setup contest. And I’m working out how to have amazing Internet here, which might take more time than learning to beat super turbo SNGs. But when it comes to playing Internet poker for a living, having perfect Internet is like a veterinarian’s mandatory love of animals — just part of the job description. Currently, my elementary school teacher would grade me, “Needs Improvement” for that category, but by next week, my goal is to have it an “Outstanding”!
On Sunday, 2012 World Series of Poker Octo-Niner Russell Thomas achieved a dream of his – he won the PokerStars Sunday Million, earning $ 219,184. Thomas joined us to talk about his victory, life after the Main Event final table, and traveling the poker circuit.
Here’s a snippet from the interview:
Russell Thomas: Winning the Sunday Million was a big dream for me, because I started out playing PokerStars with my $ 5 bankroll. I played my penny games and then I went to $ 6 sit-n-gos, and I would grind those. That’s how I built my bankroll up to a few thousand dollars. But I would always save up all my FPP’s to have a shot at the Sunday Million, and I always wanted a chance at the 200K up top. And I never, ever, really did well in the Sunday Million – at all. And it’s nice to, like, actually win it after wanting to win it so many times.
Rich Ryan: Yeah I see your tweet about it being such a dream. You’ve come so far, you’re playing poker for a living, and you’re traveling the world, so it’s nice to have some of the surreal moments.
RT: Yeah, it’s kind of like the Main Event final table. Like, I ask myself “did that really happen?” for the next three days.
RR We had you on prior to the Octo-Nine. What have you been up to besides taking down the Sunday Million?
RT: I’ve been traveling around a lot. I went to Aussie Millions, in Melbourne, and then I went to LAPC, PCA – I’ve just been doing the circuit, and it hasn’t been going well at all for me. So it was really nice to win this and make me have a positive year thus far.
RR: After your amazing run at the WSOP, did you kind of feel pressure to perform shortly after that?
RT: Yeah I was definitely feeling pressure because Jake Balsiger has been doing really well. He’s had two big final table scores. Jeremy Ausmus has done really well. Jesse (Sylvia)’s done OK. Everyone else has been doing pretty good, and I’ve actually bricked 15-plus live tournaments in a row. So, I was starting to feel pressure and I was really hoping to do well at APAC in April, but I ended up shipping the Sunday Million so I guess that works.
RR: Where have you relocated to play? Are you up in Canada?
RT: I have relocated to Canada, but I’m actually down in Mexico with Jesse (Sylvia) and Jake Balsiger, in a house down here in Rosarito, Mexico, just south of San Diego.
RR: How did the Sunday Million go for you? Tournaments can obviously be up and down, they can also be smooth sailing, but how was it?
RT: It was pretty smooth sailing from the beginning on. I just kept winning pots. I would say that the final table went [i]so[/i] much better than the Main Event final table did for me. I was actually picking up hands. I was hitting flops. I was the chip leader coming in, and I think I used my chip lead really well. Everything just kind of went my way, as opposed to the final table of the Main Event where everything went against me, I think.
PN: Where there any names that you recognized at the final table, or were you able to flex your muscle a little bit and take advantage of amateur players that are playing for massive amounts of money?
RT: There was definitely a huge fish at the table on my left. There was this guy named “Ahhh Is It?”, and he was probably the other player at the table that I thought was good, and he wouldn’t back down as easily as everyone else. But the guy that took third named “aakiss1990″ actually took fifth in the Sunday Million like a month or two ago. So he’s done well.
The MicroMillions Main Event is coming up this Sunday. It’s a $ 22 buy-in with an enormous $ 1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool. If any of the other MicroMillions are anything to go by then you can expect the turnout to be huge – it was 61,072 during November’s edition.
Aleksandr ‘axel397′ Malgin took it down last time around and pocketed $ 140,062.92 as part of a three-way deal that saw two other players booking six-figure wins. Read our interview with him here.
You could do the same with qualifiers starting from just a few dollars or even FPPs. Just click through Events >> MicroMillions >> Main Events in the PokerStars client or hit CTRL+T then insert this number: 2013004098
While they may not have won the $ 150,000 that’s been set aside for the Main Event winner quite yet the following players have been bashing up the festival as a whole. misc87 from Germany had a strong day to leap five spots into pole position, just edging past FENOMENICO by ten points. If you finish in the top 100 for you’ll pick up a free $ 109 SCOOP ticket.
MicroMillions 4 leader board
(Top 10 movement)
1. misc87, Germany, 300 (+5)
2. FENOMENICO, Russia, 290 (-1)
3-4. GreenChe, Belarus, 280 (+4)
3-4. Safadonnn, Portugal, 280 (+6)
5-6. ESTRATEGA 18, Uruguay, 275 (+2)
5-6. privador, Estonia, 275 (-1)
7. LeGitan.gr, Russia, 270 (-5)
8-9. jon011, Estonia, 260 (-5)
8-9. Spoli4tor, Germany, 260 (-4)
10. PeppeSwe, Sweden, 235 (new)
Click here to see see the full leader board.
MicroMillions leader board prizes
1st: Champion’s Trophy and $ 5,200 SCOOP 2013 Ticket
2nd – 10th: $ 1,050 SCOOP 2013 Ticket
11th – 100th: $ 109 SCOOP 2013 Ticket
To read about any of yesterday’s final tables just click on through the title of the event below. And you can see all the reports by clicking here.
MicroMillions-53: $ 3.30 NLHE Ante Up 6-Max
Prize pool:$ 17,772
Winner: 1st: hahahasucker (Canada) — $ 1,400*
*indicates a four-way deal.
MicroMillions-54: $ 5.50 NL Hold’em
Prize pool: $ 33,610
Winner: JKMatthews (Australia) – $ 4,778.88*
*indicates a two-way deal.
MicroMillions-55: $ 2.20 NLHE
Prize pool: $ 24,240
Winner: ruslanmd (Moldova) $ 3,378.77
MicroMillions-56: $ 5.50 5-Card NL Draw
Prize pool: $ 12,380
Winner: ImYaMama (Germany) — $ 1,677.30*
*indicates a three-way deal.
MicroMillions-57: $ 8.80 NLHE Turbo Shootout Knockout
Prize pool: $ 26,531.40 (bounty prize pool $ 26,531.40)
Winner: imdabluff83 (UK) – $ 3,585.92 + 15 bounties
*indicates a x-way deal.
MicroMillions-58: $ 2.20+R NLHE, Big Antes, 2x-Turbo
Entries: 14,084 (35,718 rebuys, 8,161 add-ons)
Prize pool: $ 115,926
Winner: Oxsalis75 ($ 11,034.92)*
*indicates a five-way deal.
MicroMillions-59: $ 3.30 NL Omaha Hi/Lo
Prize pool: $ 24,852
Winner: zemachess (Russia) – $ 3,733.56
MicroMillions-60: $ 1+R NLHE, 3x-Turbo
Entries: 27,576 (135,377 rebuys, 15,059 add-ons)
Prize pool: $ 161,981.82
Winner: jagtwins (Canada) $ 15,413.84
MicroMillions 4 continues with these events. Good luck.
(Times are all ET)
- 07:00 — $ 4.40 NL Hold’em (6-max) — $ 20,000 guaranteed
- 09:30 — $ 3.30 NL Hold’em (10-max, Shootout) — $ 25,000 guaranteed
- 12:00 — $ 1+R NL Hold’em (3x Turbo) — $ 75,000 guaranteed
- 14:00 — $ 2.20 NL Hold’em — $ 10,000 guaranteed
- 16:30 — $ 3.30 Triple Stud — $ 5,000 guaranteed
- 19:30 — $ 5.50 NL Hold’em — $ 30,000 guaranteed
- 23:00 — $ 11 NL Hold’em (Turbo, Super Knockout) — $ 20,000 guaranteed
- 03:00 — $ 1+R NL Hold’em (3x Turbo) — $ 30,000 guaranteed
There are barometers for a poker player’s abilities. Most of these benchmarks are left for tournament play since the tournament rankings tend to be much easier to measure than asking a player to post their spreadsheets from every cash game they have played live and online. Tonight’s $ 500,000 guaranteed Sunday Warm-Up champion has a World Series of Poker bracelet (last year’s Event #36 winning $ 368K). And now, Craig “mcc3991″ McCorkell can claim a Sunday Major victory as well, after taking down $ 80,203.81 in tonight’s tournament after a five-way chop. Read below for his path to the win.
Down to three tables a little past the eight hour mark of the shortened day for most folks saw a few familiar faces to big tournament success here at PokerStars. Denmark’s vmnielsen has been at the final table of Sunday Warm-Up before and came close a second time last April still holding an average stack. Supernova Elite Ankush “pistons87″ Mandavia already has a WCOOP and SCOOP victory and scored a side event victory at the EPT Prague in December for €19,600 would take a bit of a beat with kings versus Al Magellan’s jacks when a jack flopped and all the money went in on the turn knocking Mandavia down to under 200,000 chips with blinds at 20K/40K ante 4K.
Ten minutes later with the blinds up to 25K/50K ante 5K clerckyTD would start the bidding with a raise to 100,800 as Ankush would shove a stack of 379,944 from the cutoff holding pocket sixes [6d][6c]. clerckyTD called with [Qc][Ac] and was greeted with two clubs on the flop and an ace on the turn [7c] [Jh] [2c] [Ah] [Ks] to take down the 879,888 chip pot ending Mandavia’s run in 25th place ($ 1,723.80). Following Mandavia closely out the door was 2011 EPT Berlin champ Ben “NeverScaredB” Wilinofsky in 24th place ($ 1,723.80) whose story about the successful online and live tournament player’s struggles by Brad Willis last month is something everyone should read.
Despite 17 players receiving a quick five minute nap after the ninth hour of play, the first two hands back featured Vampboy and redislav making quick exits in 16th and 17th place both earning $ 2,028.00 for their efforts.
vmnielsen would fall short of another Sunday Warm-Up final table after doubling up two players and losing a 1.6 million chip pot holding [As][Jh] against NigDawG’s [Ks][Tc]. All in preflop, vmnielsen was safe on the flop [Qs][4h][7d] but not on the turn [Kc] and claimed $ 3,042.00 in 13th place after the [3c] stopped the return trip for the Dane.
Three-way action would burst the final table bubble tonight. 25 minutes into the ninth place with the first hand at the new 65K/130K ante 13K blind level, LilFishAtL would shove for 1.21 million, akb1 fresh off doubling up Quentin73 joined the party for 351,245 chips, and |__Pr@nK__| covering both players called with big slick [Ks][Ah]. akb1′s [Jh][Th] would find a ten and two hearts on the flop [2h][9h][Ts] but blanked the rest of the rest as LilFishAtL’s set of nines [9s][9d] collected the full 2.9 million chip pot and started up the final table below:
Seat 1: |__Pr@nK__| (6308197 in chips)
Seat 2: Quentin73 (3175304 in chips)
Seat 3: mouksli (8320373 in chips)
Seat 4: NigDawG (2576999 in chips)
Seat 5: clerckyTD (2189704 in chips)
Seat 6: mcc3991 (3703038 in chips)
Seat 7: LilFishAtL (2912927 in chips)
Seat 8: Al Magellan (1963174 in chips)
Seat 9: pirlo3625 (2650284 in chips)
Needed some shelter
After doubling up clerckyTD, pirlo3625 became the hunted player at the final table slipping to under 500,000 chips and blinds at 65K/130K ante 13K. Five hands after the double up and down to 317,580 chips in the big blind, pirlo3625 would call all-in after Al Magellan raised from the small blind. pirlo3625′s [Qc][Td] looked good after hitting top pair on the flop [3d][7h][Th] against Al Magellan’s [Ad][6c]. However the turned ace [Ah] and blank river [Jd] shipped the million chip pot to Al Magellan leaving pirlo3625 to explore other tournaments in ninth place ($ 5,408.00). After snagging third place in MicroMillions III Event # 29 for $ 6,642.13, we will likely see the Columbian here next week for the start of MicroMillions IV.
Watch below as NigDawG and LilFishAtl both hit the club flush but only one player is happy about it:
With the blinds moving up to 80K/160K ante 16K NigDawG’s [Tc][9c] needed some help against LilFishAtL’s [Jc][Ac]. Help came on the [Kh] [Ad] [4c] [8c] [5c] board, but since LilFishAtL’s flush was slightly higher, NigDawG headed home earning $ 8,450.00 in eighth place. Chris “NigDawG” Brammer will add this Sunday Major final table to his $ 64K Sunday Tuesday victory in 2011.
Quick exit for Quentin73
Just the second hand back from the tenth hourly break with the blinds up to 100K/200K ante 20K, Quentin73 open shoved for 1.6 million chips as two chairs over clerckyTD followed suit and also shoved for 2.57 million holding [Jh][Ad]. Quentin73′s [Tc][Qs] would find nothing to help on the nine-high [3s] [4c] [5s] [9h] [2s] board taking home $ 15,210.00 in seventh place.
Only slightly less expedient departure for Al Magellan
The very next hand, despite pleas for a deal from Al Magellan that started on the previous hand, Al Magellan would shove for 2.16 million and was immediately called by |__Pr@nK__| holding [Qh][Ad]. Al Magellan would try to navigate the five card board with pocket tens [Td][Ts] and take home the 4.75 million tournament chips. During the last the stop of the journey an ace appeared [2h] [3s] [9s] [4c] [Ac] sending Al Magellan to a watery (and costly) tournament grave in sixth place ($ 21,970.00).
Al Magellan’s exit ramped up the chop talks for our five remaining players. After some squabbles about the small amounts the final five would lock up the majority of funds according to the breakdown below leaving $ 10,000.00 for our champ tonight.
mcc3991: $ 70,203.81
|__Pr@nK__|: $ 65,775.53
LilFishAtL: $ 57,282.87
mouksli: $ 54,180.26
clerckyTD: $ 51,151.53
No prank here
Down to 848,325 chips in the hijack seat and blinds at 100K/200K ante 20K, mouksli would open shove finding callers in clerckyTD and |__Pr@nK__| in the big blind. After a 925,887 bet from |__Pr@nK__| and a call after an ace-high flop [Qc][As][6s], the players dialed down the aggression and checked down the [Kh] turn and [2s] river. |__Pr@nK__| showed the flopped pair of aces [7h][Ad] and everyone else mucked including mouksli who claimed $ 54,180.26 from the five-way chop in fifth place.
Tournament death with extreme prejudice
Winning a coin flip late in a tournament happens every week. Ace-something hits an ace against the small pocket pair or the pair weaves through the board unscathed. Tonight’s big flip for a 10.1 million chip pot preflop would pit |__Pr@nK__|’s [Th][Ah] against LilFishAtL’s pocket sixes [6h][6d]. LilFishAtL would notch a full house on the final board thanks to the three of a kind showing. Unfortunately, four those cards on the [3c] [Ts] [Tc] [Td] [As] board matched the ones in |__Pr@nK__|’s hand as the quad tens kicked LilFishAtL to the curb in fourth place ($ 57,282.87).
Misclicked the exit button
clerckyTD said “wow misclicked again” after handing over an 18 million chip pot to mcc3991 after pushing on the turn with an inside straight draw.
|__Pr@nK__| was at least two tabling after replying “im playing sm“. “sm” stood for the Sunday Million and |__Pr@nK__| was very much still in with 172 players left out of 8,755 runner and a sizable $ 257,572.10 up top and a possible double Sunday Major final table still in play.
Two hands later with the blinds up to 125K/250K ante 25K clerckyTD would three-bet a small blind raise by mcc3991 as mcc3991 came back with a four-bet all-in. Holding 6.6 million chip left and covered by mcc3991, clerckyTD made call with [As][8s]. mcc3991 held one pip higher and also suited [Ah][9h] as both players hit two pair on the [9d] [Th] [8c] [7d] [Ad] board. $ 51,151.53 for clerckyTD in third place left |__Pr@nK__| in a unique position to grab both the Sunday Warm-Up and Million titles in the same night!
Craig “mcc3991″ McCorkell says no double tonight
10 hours and 45 minutes of play in this tournament and |__Pr@nK__| was still going strong in the Sunday Million with an above average stack and under 150 players remaining. $ 10,000.00 was on the line in this heads-up match against mcc3991 who held 27.3 million chips after clerckyTD seemed to donate them. |__Pr@nK__| would need to use any and all skills after surviving over seven hours in the Sunday Million and being only one player away from victory here but under a big chip deficit holding 6.49 million chips.
Four minutes into heads-up play with the blinds moving up to 150K/300K ante 30K and |__Pr@nK__| now down to 3.2 million chips and facing a bullying all-in raise by mcc3991, |__Pr@nK__| found an ace [6h][As] in the big blind and made the call facing off against mcc3991′s [Kh][9h]. Watch below for the results:
A nine on the flop and a king on the river [Jh] [Ts] [9c] [2c] [Kc] to seal the $ 80,203.81 Sunday Warm-Up victory!
$ 500,000 guaranteed Sunday Warm-Up results (03-10-13)
(* notes part of five-way chop)
Players entered: 3,380
Places paid: 495
Buy-in: $ 215.00
Prize pool: $ 676,000.00
First place: *$ 80,203.81
1. mcc3991 (United Kingdom) *$ 80,203.81
2. |__Pr@nK__| (Russia) *$ 65,775.53
3. clerckyTD (Belgium) *$ 51,151.53
4. LilFishAtL (Mexico) *$ 57,282.87
5. mouksli (F.Y.R.O.M) *$ 54,180.26
6. Al Magellan (Ukraine) $ 21,970.00
7. Quentin73 (Germany) $ 15,210.00
8. NigDawG (United Kingdom) $ 8,450.00
9. pirlo3625 (Colombia) $ 5,408.00
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Poker players often make New Year’s resolutions that pertain to their bankrolls, tournament goals, and amount of playing time. Six days into 2013, many players were already putting those aspirations into action, and the first Sunday of the New Year offered more opportunities for that.
Winning a Sunday Million is likely on many poker players’ “to do” lists, so they registered through straight $ 215 buy-ins or satellite tickets and took their seats. What better way to start 2013 than with a six-figure win and Sunday Million title? Maybe to achieve that goal from a luxurious beach resort in the Bahamas? Some players chose the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure to kick off their year, and all of that excitement can be followed on the PokerStars Blog here. Many of those players were also gathered in the Atlantis Resort lobby or somewhere warm to play their favorite Sunday majors tournaments. January was simply chock-full of poker.
As for this first Sunday Million of 2013, the final registration numbers were as follows:
Guarantee: $ 1,000,000
Prize pool: $ 1,522,600
Paid players: 1,170
With so many members of Team PokerStars at the PCA or en route to the Bahamas, there were few of them in the Sunday Million this week. In fact, none of them made the money or came very close to it. That left 1,170 payouts for the rest of the field.
The 10-hour mark of the tournament saw the 11th place elimination of mrkrjl, and hand-for-hand play began to determine the final table players. Then, taraskin1771 moved all-in UTG with [Ad][9c], and PureCash25 called with [8d][8s]. That pair improved to a full house on the [2c][4s][8c][Kh][2d] board, leaving taraskin1771 out in tenth place with $ 8,145.91.
Smasherxx67 dominates at final table start
The latter half of Level 36 ushered in the final table, with blinds of 100,000/200,000 and a 20,000 ante. Players’ chip stacks were as follows:
Seat 1: fortunaVine (4,271,790 in chips)
Seat 2: Smasherxx67 (27,613,747 in chips)
Seat 3: MITSPUCKE! (11,897,920 in chips)
Seat 4: herkij (3,199,362 in chips)
Seat 5: surprisefirm (2,842,284 in chips)
Seat 6: blaaaaaah666 (4,161,470 in chips)
Seat 7: champ458 (6,641,179 in chips) out of hand
Seat 8: Dollysz (7,274,460 in chips) out of hand
Seat 9: PureCash25 (8,227,788 in chips)
It took a few rounds for the players to get comfortable, and herkij was one of the shortest stacks. The decision to move all-in came with [8h][8c] in the big blind after an initial middle position raise from Dollysz. Dollysz called and showed [Js][Jh], and the board came [7h][Tc][4c][4h][9s] to give each player two pair. Herkij had to leave in ninth place with $ 11,800.15.
On the very next hand, champ458 started with an UTG raise, and Smasherxx67 reraised. Champ458 responded by moving all-in with [Ac][Ks], and Smasherxx67 called with [9c][9s]. The flop of [Kh][9h][5c] gave champ458 a pair but Smasherxx67 the set of nines, and neither the [3d] turn nor [2s] river changed that. Champ458 departed in eighth place with $ 17,509.90.
Smasherxx67 keeps smashing
It didn’t take long for another big hand to develop. Smasherxx67 started it with a raise, and MITSPUCKE! reraised all-in for nearly 10 million chips. Surprisefirm called all-in for 2.2 million with [Ad][Kh], and MITSPUCKE! was on the line for [Ac][Ks]. Smasherxx67 called both players with [Ts][Td], and the board of [4s][8c][Tc][As][8s] gave Smasherxx67 a full house. That left surprisefirm out in seventh place with $ 30,452.00 and MITSPUCKE! out in sixth with $ 45,678.00.
Two players other than Smasherxx67 got involved next. FortunaVine moved all-in from the button for nearly 3 million chips, and blaaaaaah666 called from the big blind with [Kh][Qh]. FortunaVine was ahead with the [Ad][Js], but the flop came [Qs][Td][9h] to give blaaaaaah666 the pair of queens. The [4h] turn and [5c] river ended the hand, and fortunaVine left in fifth place with $ 60,904.00.
When PureCash25 decided to make a move, none-other-than Smasherxx67 was there with the challenge. PureCash25 tried to limp from the small blind, but Smasherxx67 reraised from the big blind. PureCash25 called all-in with [Kh][8c], but Smasherxx67 showed [Kd][Qc] for the lead. And that hand only got better as the virtual dealer presented [Kc][3s][9c][2s][Qs]. PureCash25 was eliminated in fourth place with $ 76,739.04.
The first player to successfully double through the massive chip leader was Dollysz, as shown here:
Smashing heads-up play
The starting chip counts for heads-up play were:
Seat 2: Smasherxx67 (61,171,514 in chips)
Seat 8: Dollysz (14,958,486 in chips)
Smasherxx67 took the first hand and a pot worth 7.86 million chips.
On the second hand, Smasherxx67 limped, and Dollysz raised. Smasherxx67 reraised, and Dollysz came over the top with an all-in move holding [Ac][Qc]. Smasherxx67 didn’t hesitate to call with [As][Ah], and that pair of aces held up as the board came [8h][9h][Js][Kc][5s]. The tournament was over, and Dollysz had to settle for second place and $ 167,486.00.
Smasherxx67 of Canada handily won the Sunday Million and $ 228,393.87. Congrats!
Sunday Million Results for 01/06/13:
Paid players: 1,170
1st place: Smasherxx67 (Canada) – $ 228,393.87
2nd place: Dollysz (Czech Republic) – $ 167,486.00
3rd place: blaaaaaah666 (Ireland) – $ 114,195.00
4th place: PureCash25 (Canada) – $ 76,739.04
5th place: fortunaVine (Romania) – $ 60,904.00
6th place: MITSPUCKE! (Germany) – $ 45,678.00
7th place: surprisefirm (Russia) – $ 30,452.00
8th place: champ458 (Lebanon) – $ 17,509.90
9th place: herkij (Latvia) – $ 11,800.15
For more information on ways to register and qualify for upcoming Sunday Million tournaments, visit the Sunday Million page.
Marcel perhaps had too many holiday engagements this evening to attempt defending his title in tonight’s $ 500,000 guarantee Sunday Warm-Up after taking home the big prize last week. The 3,381 entries tonight likely were happier not seeing his smiling face among those shooting for the $ 106,164.21 first place prize as one less skilled player makes it easier for rest of the field to advance. Last week the lucky card for the champion was a ten, this week’s victor Germany’s Waldur1983, who took home the entire first place prize, will look at clubs in a whole new light.
Team Online’s Naoya “nkeyno” Kihara would find himself as the lone Red Spade as the tournament clock hit seven hours. The Japanese World Series of Poker* bracelet champ held a short stack of just over 270K with the blinds at 12.5K/25K ante 2,500 and two hands after matching big slick versus big slick against Hand of D00m, his run at the Sunday Warm-Up title hit a bad ending.
clAAs22 would open from UTG for 63,000 as meift three-bet to 150,000. One folder as Naoya looked down at [Ah][Qs] and shoved for 284,177. The original bettor folded but meift decided to take a look at the board and called with [Qc][Jd]. 700,354 chips would go a long way for the Team Online member but a jack on the door spelled a different ending [Jh] [6h] [7h] [7c] [9d] as Kihara claimed $ 1,386.21 in 43rd place.
Down to the final 15 players Doug “imcastleman” Dicken would bow out in 15th place ($ 3,042.90) adding a deep finish in the Sunday Warm-Up to the recent Super Tuesday tournament where Dicken nearly made the final table finishing in 17th place earning $ 4,208.00. He was followed quickly by squashchamp (Denmark) and Majchi (Germany) in 13th and 14th place also earning $ 3,042.90. Right before the hourly break with the blinds at 40K/80K ante 8K munchenHB would min-raise from UTG as Sobizzle21′s three-bet made it 340,550 to go. It would not make it back around the table as BobJose on the button decided to shove for 1.58 million. munchenHB holding pocket kings [Ks][Kd] was happy to reshove for 2.22 million as Sobizzle21 slid the dead chips into the middle and folded. BobJose’s Queens [Qd][Qh] needed help and would not receive any from the all-low [8d] [6h] [4h] [2c] [7d] board ending BobJose’s tournament in 12th place ($ 4,057.20).
acske would end meks2410′s night in 11th place after a hearts filled flop [7h][Qh][9h] missed meks2410′s [Ah][Td] and connected just enough for acske’s [8d][9d] to collect 3.13 million chips and startup hand-for-hand play.
As the blinds moved up to 50K/100K ante 10K meift tried to send the Sunday Major into the final table but ended up on the rail instead. While five-handed, meift led with a min-raise from the hijack seat as lehout shoved for 2.02 million from the small blind. Holding pocket jacks [Js][Jd] meift made the call and was racing against lehout’s [Qd][As]. The race was decided on the flopped pair of aces [Ts] [Ad] [Kh] [3c] [Kd] by lehout as meift’s stack was reduced to just 317,011 chips. The very next hand lehout would take the rest of those chips and started up the final table below:
Seat 1: Waldur1983 (3386412 in chips)
Seat 2: munchenHB (3969662 in chips)
Seat 3: Alex be rich (2606498 in chips)
Seat 4: Sobizzle21 (6246857 in chips)
Seat 5: bossamtisch (3783620 in chips)
Seat 6: san the one (932468 in chips)
Seat 7: acske (5343023 in chips)
Seat 8: lehout (4745057 in chips)
Seat 9: Civell (2796403 in chips)
Coming into the table as the chip leader, Sobizzle21 was looking to take down that six-figure $ 106,164,21 prize sitting up top. san the one was happy to assist on this journey as Sobizzle21 shoved over the top of san the one’s opening raise to 325,000. Holding 1.25 million more and [Jd][Ac] san the one made the call. No bullying here by the VIP Supernova as Sobizzle21 turned over a suited big slick [Ks][As]. Nothing over a ten showed up on the [9s] [4h] [3d] [4d] [2h] board as san the one was the one leaving the final table in ninth place ($ 5,409.60).
Alex be taking eighth place money
As the blinds moved up to 65K/130K ante 13K Sobizzle21 set sights on making another subtraction from the final table as Alex be rich would open shove for 1.59 million from the cutoff. Sobizzle21 now holding the chip lead, made the call from the button with [Ad][Tc]. The chip leader was in serious kicker trouble as Alex be rich turned up [As][Js]. But no worries despite a jack hitting the flop, two tens bookended it [Ts] [Jh] [Td] [3h] [8d] sending Alex be rich to collect eighth place cash ($ 8,452.50).
New chip leader
munchenHB perhaps found that online name from the excellent Hofbrauhaus restaurants, one of the oldest German eateries still slinging massive steins of beer in Germany as well as the United States, would assume the chip lead going into the tenth hour of play after this hand below:
With the blinds up to 100K/200K ante 20K bossmtisch would three-bet shove 2.03 million chips over munchenHB’s min-raise. Pocket fives [5d][5s] were enough for munchenHB to make the call as bossmtisch’s [9c][As] would race for a chance to stay alive. The fives were the only thing staying alive however as the board [4s] [Th] [Js] [4c] [3d] did not match up with medium ace and bossmtisch took home $ 15,214.50 in seventh place.
Not very Civell
Just before the tenth hourly break Civell would shove from the cutoff seat for 1.79 million and Waldur1983 made no reservation about wanting a piece of that stack by shoving for 3.7 million. The blinds sat this one out as Civell showed [Kh][2h] as Waldur1983′s pocket tens [Td][Tc] were firmly in the lead. That lead would expand Waldur1983′s tournament wallet as the board [8d] [8s] [6s] [Ad] [3c] was absent of kings and hearts. Civell’s sixth place finish earned a very regal $ 21,976.50
Only four minutes removed from the tenth hourly break our final five got nasty in a hurry. First, with the blinds holding at 100K/200K ante 20K Waldur1983 continued a surge from near the bottom of the chip count. acske would open shove from the button for 2.86 million as Waldur1983′s [Js][Ac] quickly made the call out of the big blind. The dominated [Qs][Jd] held by acske got no sweat on the [4d] [9h] [4s] [5s] [Ks] board taking home $ 28,738.50 in fifth place.
Then two hands later munchenHB, still holding the chip lead, would raise to 487,445 from the small blind as Sobizzle21 shoved for 4.39 million. Holding pocket eights [8s][8c] munchenHB made the call as Sobizzle21′s sevens [7s][7d] appeared to be heading to the cashier. And they did after the [4d] [Jd] [4c] [9d] [4h] board offered zero assistance and Sobizzle21 claimed $ 38,881.50 in fourth place. Last year Sobizzle21 was collecting $ 55,101.74 at the inaugural Turbo Championship on Online Poker (TCOOP) Event #10 after chopping up the tournament and finishing third perhaps Sobizzle21′s score tonight will fund another shot at a TCOOP title next month.
Lots of three-way play
After nearly 30 minutes of three-way play and one busted attempt to chop up the remaining prize pool, this Sunday Major was finally down to heads-up play. With the blinds at 125K/250K ante 25K Waldur1983 would min-raise from the button as lehout called out of the big blind. A coordinated [Th] [6d] [8s] got lehout to take the lead and bet 817,662 chips as Waldur1983 made the call. [Jc] on the turn and lehout got defensive by checking as Waldur1983 bet 1.28 million. lehout however was not done and called the bet. [3d] river and lehout checked again as Waldur1983 forced the action with a shove that covered lehout’s stack. Holding top pair [Tc][9h] lehout made the call as Waldur1983 flipped up the turned straight [Qc][9s] knocking out lehout in third place ($ 55,786.50). Not lehout’s first ride in a major final table after taking seventh in 2012 SCOOP Event #16-M scoring $ 19,090.40
Never bet against clubs
A lesson this author has learned playing live and online poker is a club flush nearly always makes it there (sort of). The winning hand of this week’s Sunday Warm-Up will show proof of this in the video below:
After nearly 20 minutes of heads-up play and blinds up to 200K/400K ante 40K, Waldur1983 scratched out a sizable 24.8 million to 8.96 million chip lead as munchenHB min-raised from the button. Waldur1983 wasted no time in shoving with [5c][Ac] as munchenHB just as quickly called holding the dominating [Qh][Ad]. But the bigger kicker was no match for the clubs as running clubs on the turn and river [8h] [6c] [8d] [9c] [7c] gave Waldur1983 the ace high flush and $ 106,164.21 as this week’s Sunday Warm-Up champion!
$ 500,000 guarantee Sunday Warm-Up results (12-23-12)
Players entered: 3,381
Places paid: 495
Buy-in: $ 215.00
Prize pool: $ 676,200.00
First prize: $ 106,164.21
1. Waldur1983 (Germany) $ 106,164.21
2. munchenHB (Cyprus) $ 79,115.40
3. lehout (Netherlands) $ 55,786.50
4. Sobizzle21 (Canada) $ 38,881.50
5. acske (Australia) $ 28,738.50
6. Civell (Belgium) $ 21,976.50
7. bossamtisch (Germany) $ 15,214.50
8. Alex be rich (Greece) $ 8,452.50
9. san the one (Switzerland) $ 5,409.60