German poker legend Ole Schemion has won the biggest prized weekly tournament of PokerStars for a staggering $100,188., while Isaac Haxton and “Limonadik186” landed the biggest scores at GGNetwork.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- High Roller Club: $5,200 Titans Event at PokerStars
- $1,000,000 GTD GGMasters High Rollers at GGNetwork
- $25,500 Sunday Super HR at GGNetwork
Ole Schemion ships the Titans Event for more than $100K
Ole Schemion is both a live and online poker tournament legend. Under his PokerStars nick “wizowizo” he celebrated his biggest successes and now added a victory in their new flagship tournament, the $5,200 High Roller Club Titans Event.
57 of the top tournament players paid the large $5,200 buy-in and created a $285,000 prize pool for $100,188.
The inclerdible final table lieup reads like the who is who in online tournaments including hello_totti, RuiNF, €urop€an, WATnlos, ramastar88, great dant and wizowizo
The latter once again came out on top to add another major title to his insane tournament resume.
Isaac Haxton wins the GG Sunday Super High Roller once again
Isaac Haxton is since many years on top of the game and continues to deliver. Last night he won the most expensive weekly online poker tournament in the world, the $25,500 GG Sunay Super High Roller for $278,673.96.
Only 5 places were paid and all of them were taken by absolute top players, namely Juan Dominguez, Michael Addamo, Arsenii Malinov, Bruno Volkmann and Isaac Haxton in ascending order.
Ike Haxton beat online crusher Bruno “great dant” Volkmann heads-up for his third victory in this very prestigious event.
Limonadik586 beats DaniLeigh to take down GGMasters High Roller for $140K
The GGMasters High Roller boasts a massive $1,000,000 guarantee for a relatively reasonable $1,000 buy-in.
851 players were not enough to cover the guaranteed prize pool and there was a $150K prize pool.
Biggest name on the final table was Uruguayan online crusher Ramiro “ramastar88” Petrone, who finished in 7th place for $26,749.40.
Heads-up for the title was Limonadik586 from Kazakhstan and DaniLeigh from Moldavia. The men from Kazakhstan was unstoppable this day though and secured a career-high $140,355.70 score.
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