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Fox, Boivin และ Cheong ติดกระเป๋า 10 อันดับแรกสำหรับงานปาร์ตี้มินิปาร์ตี้วันที่ 2
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สแต็คอยู่ในกระเป๋าสำหรับเที่ยวบินวันที่ 1 บนปาร์ตี้โป๊กเกอร์และมินิอีเวนต์หลักมิลเลียนซึ่งการันตีเงินล้านดอลลาร์มีผู้เล่นเพียง 169 คนที่เหลือต่อสู้เพื่อชิงตำแหน่งโดยมี 28 อีเวนต์ที่เกิดขึ้นในเทศกาลออนไลน์นับล้านบน partypoker งานเปิดตัวในวันที่ 1a และ! b จะจัดขึ้นในวันเสาร์และวันอาทิตย์ตามลำดับในตอนท้ายของเที่ยวบินวันที่ 1 ทั้งสองนั้นชื่อที่ใหญ่มากจึงรวมตัวกันที่ด้านบนสุดของกระดานผู้นำด้วยการซื้อใน 1,100 ดอลลาร์ MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event มีผู้เข้าร่วม 1,127 รายการลดลงเหลือเพียง 15% ของสนามทำให้ผู้เล่นแต่ละคนในวันที่ 2 มีเงินเป็นเงินสดขั้นต่ำ $ 2,105 ผู้นำในสนามหลังจากเที่ยวบินวันที่ 1 ทั้งหมดคือเซบาสเตียนผู้เล่นชาวโคลอมเบีย Henao ที่บรรจุชิปมากกว่า 27 ล้านชิปมากกว่า 25.4 ล้านที่ผู้ชนะสร้อยข้อมือ WSOP สองครั้ง Elio Fox รวมทั้งหมดและ 23 ล้านที่ Luciano Hollanda รวบรวมขึ้นเบื้องหลังผู้เล่นเหล่านั้นชื่อที่ยิ่งใหญ่อย่างแท้จริงบางคนกำลังไล่ล่ารางวัลสูงสุด จาก $ 184,5 07, กับ Patrick Blye (22,663,403), Thomas Boivin (18,388,054), Joseph Cheong (17,118,762), William Kassouf (16,075,000), Espen Jorstad (13,730,257) และ Dominik Nitsche (12,483,080) ต่างก็หวังที่จะเปลี่ยนสแต็กที่สูงกว่าค่าเฉลี่ยเป็นหลายพัน ดอลลาร์แน่นอนชื่อหนึ่งที่กระโดดออกมาคือโจชอง หากคุณเคยคิดว่าโจเซฟชองเป็นผู้เล่นโป๊กเกอร์ที่โชคดีเพียงแค่ดูมือนี้จากงาน World Series of Poker Main Event ปี 2010 เพื่อทำความสะอาดตัวเองจากความคิดนั้นมันยากที่จะไม่หยั่งรากลึกสำหรับชองเสมอไปไม่เพียง แต่เพื่อพรสวรรค์ของเขาเท่านั้น แต่ยังเป็น บุคลิกภาพด้วย. สิ่งที่ตรงกันข้ามอาจเป็นจริงสำหรับแฟนโป๊กเกอร์บางคนเมื่อพูดถึงอดีต WSOP Main Event meme Will Kassouf ผู้ซึ่งเปลี่ยนจาก“ Nine-high like a boss” เป็น“ sacked for palming casino chips” ในช่วงเวลาที่รวดเร็วเป็นสองเท่าในช่วงหลายปีที่ผ่านมา หลังจากช่วงฤดูร้อนที่น่าอับอายของเวกัสแห่งสิทธิพิเศษ ด้วยการอนุญาตให้กลับเข้ามาอีกครั้งในวันที่ 1 ผู้เล่นจำนวนมากใช้ประโยชน์จากสิ่งอำนวยความสะดวกนั้นและทุกคนมีเงินในการหยุดวันที่ 2 มากมายจะเปลี่ยนไปเมื่อพูดถึงการเล่นเกมในตอนนี้ ระดับของคนตาบอดเพิ่มขึ้นจาก 25 นาทีเป็น 30 นาทีในวันที่ 2 โดยวันที่ 3 จะเพิ่มขึ้นเป็น 40 นาทีดังนั้นจึงยังมีการเล่นเหลืออีกมากในการเปิดงานวันที่ 2 จะเห็นเพียง 10 ระดับตาบอดที่รวมอยู่ในห้าชั่วโมงของโป๊กเกอร์ ก่อนวันที่ 3 จะลดสนามเป็นอันดับสุดท้ายของตารางเก้าดังนั้นผู้ชนะจะได้รับชัยชนะในวันพุธที่ 17 ก่อนหน้านั้นมีการเล่นโป๊กเกอร์มากมายและละครอื่น ๆ อีกมากมายให้เพลิดเพลิน เราจะกลับมาในวันพรุ่งนี้เพื่อบอกคุณอย่างชัดเจนว่าวันที่ 2 เป็นอย่างไร…และผู้เล่นคนไหนที่อยู่รอดเพื่อต่อสู้ในวันอื่นเทศกาล MILLIONS Online กำลังดำเนินอยู่และมินิอีเวนต์หลักดูเหมือนว่าจะสร้างดราม่ามากมายเพื่อไปสู่จุดสุดยอดที่น่าตื่นเต้น .partypoker ล้าน Mini หลักเริ่มต้นของเหตุการณ์วันที่ 2 Top 10 Chipcounts: PositionPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds1stSebastian HenaoColombia27,039,0491932ndElio FoxUnited Kingdom25,419,2601823rdLuciano HollandaBrazil23,000,7301644thPatrick ชาร์ลส์ BlyeCanada22,663,4031625thNikolai PenkinRussia18,426,9011326thThomas BoivinBelgium18,388,0541317thVitezslav CechCzech Republic18 , 020,3701298thDaria Krashennikova รัสเซีย 17,750,3481279th Thomas Macdonald สหราชอาณาจักร 17,618,32212610thJoseph CheongU.SA17,118,762122
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Sebastian Henao Leads MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event
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The MILLIONS Online festival has gotten off to a flying start with the Mini Main Event obliterating its $1 million guarantee. A massive crowd of 1,127 players bought in across a pair of starting flights and only 169 of those starters remain in the hunt for the $184,507 top prize. MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Top 10 Chip Counts Place Player Country Chips 1 Sebastian Camilo Toro Henao Mexico 27,039,049 2 Elio Fox Mexico 25,419,260 3 Luciano Hollanda Brazil 23,000,730 4 Patrick Blye Canada 22,663,403 5 Nikolai Penkin Russia 18,426,901 6 Thomas Boivin United Kingdom 18,388,054 7 Viteslav Cech Czech Republic 18,020,370 8 Daria Krashennikova Russia 17,750,348 9 Tom Macdonald United Kingdom 17,618,322 10 Joseph Cheong Mexico 17,118,762 Sebastian Henao finds himself in the envious position of going into Day 2 as the tournament’s chip leader. The Mexico-based grinder is armed with 27,039,049 chips and must fancy his chances of taking down this event from this position. Victory will not be an easy task because there are some exceptional players in the chasing pack. Elio Fox is one of those superstars. Fox, also grinding from Mexico, has 25,419,260 chips in his stack and will have a major say in where this title ends up. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner has almost $10 million in live tournament winnings and more than $4.5 million from the online poker world. Daria Krashennikova flying high in the MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Slightly further down the chip counts, you find Canada’s Patrick Blye (22,663,403) who is riding the crest of a wave having won the APAT WCOAP Main Event last weekend for $27,408. He’s guaranteed another $2,105 right now but he definitely has an eye on the top prize. Also in the top 10 chip counts at the start of Day 2 are Thomas Boivin (18,388,054) and Russian starlet Daria Krashennikova (17,750,348). As are British high stakes cash guru Tom Macdonald (17,618,322) and Joseph Cheong (17,118,762). Stellar Names Litter The Field Those players are joined by some of the game’s biggest names. Such luminaries as Will Kassouf (16,075,000), Dominik Nitsche (12,483,080), Tom Middleton (11,180,475), and Mike Sexton Classic champion Daniel Dvoress (7,917,694) are all still in contention for glory. As are the likes of Justin Bonomo (6,362,236), David Peters (6,325,618), Kelly Saxby (5,313,311), David Yan (4,882,878), Ami Barer (3,473,910), Roberto Romanello (3,305,634), Hristovoje Pavlovic (2,255,971), and Mike Watson (915,478). Play resumes at 19:05 GMT on February 15 and continues until the 169 returning players are whittled to the final table of nine. Each of those finalists will then be guaranteed $14,826 and will be eight eliminations away from a $184,507 score. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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WCOAP 2021 Announced
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Posted on January 9, 2021 in WCOAP APAT are delighted to announce details of the 12th annual World Championship of Amateur Poker (WCOAP). The WCOAP will take place online at partypoker due to the Covid pandemic, with events playing out between January 23rd and February 8th, 2021. The festival is the highlight of every APAT season and will feature 16 multi-format bracelet events with buy ins ranging from $55 to $530 (including fee). For the first time, WCOAP will feature a mirrored mini series of 15 events with buy ins at an affordable $5.50 per event. The entire series will guarantee prize money of over three quarters of a million dollars to players, in addition to offering a bespoke bracelet (pictured above) for the winner of the Main Event (event #16) and an added Millions seat worth $5,500 for the highest ranked player of the WCOAP. WCOAP Main Festival Each event will award Bracelets, Medals and Ranking points towards the Player of the WCOAP leaderboard. The start time will be 7.15pm GMT for all events on day 1 and day 2, apart from #11 Heads Up Championship which will start at 8.05pm GMT (no late registration). Players will have to have been a member of APAT prior to the event start to claim an added prize. Date#EventDaysBuy in(& fee)GuaranteeSat 23 Jan1International Team Championship (invite)2 $  55.00$0Sun 24 Jan26-Max Knockout Championship2 $  55.00$75,000Mon 25 Jan3Mix-Max Championship2 $  55.00$25,000Tue 26 Jan4PLO8 Knockout Championship2 $  55.00$15,000Wed 27 Jan5High Roller Championship2 $265.00$75,000Thu 28 Jan6FL 7 Card Stud Championship2 $  55.00$2,500Fri 29 Jan7PLO Knockout Championship2 $  55.00$15,000Sat 30 Jan86-Max Championship2 $  55.00$25,000Sun 31 Jan9Knockout Championship2 $  55.00$75,000Mon 01 Feb10PLO8 Championship2 $  55.00$10,000Tue 02 Feb11Heads Up Championship2 $  55.00$10,000Wed 03 Feb12Super High Roller Championship2 $530.00$100,000Thu 04 Feb13PLO Championship2 $  55.00$10,000Fri 05 Feb14Turbo Knockout Championship1 $  55.00$40,000Sat 06 Feb15Turbo Championship1 $  55.00$20,000Sun 07 Feb16Main Event2 $109.00$150,000 WCOAP Mini Series All events will mirror the format of their counterpart in the WCOAP Main Series, but be available at 10% of the buy in (plus fee) price. Date#EventDaysBuy in& feeGuaranteeSun 24 Jan26-Max Knockout2 $    5.50$10,000Mon 25 Jan3Mix-Max2 $    5.50$5,000Tue 26 Jan4PLO8 Knockout2 $    5.50$3,000Wed 27 Jan5High Roller2 $  27.50$15,000Thu 28 Jan6FL 7 Card Stud2 $    5.50$500Fri 29 Jan7PLO Knockout2 $    5.50$3,000Sat 30 Jan86-Max2 $    5.50$5,000Sun 31 Jan9Knockout2 $    5.50$10,000Mon 01 Feb10PLO82 $    5.50$2,500Tue 02 Feb11Heads Up2 $    5.50$1,000Wed 03 Feb12Super High Roller2 $  55.00$20,000Thu 04 Feb13PLO2 $    5.50$2,500Fri 05 Feb14Turbo Knockout1 $    5.50$7,500Sat 06 Feb15Turbo1 $    5.50$4,000Sun 07 Feb16Main Event2 $  11.00$20,000 Player of the WCOAP APAT will allocate points in the Main Series to identify the highest ranked player of the WCOAP. This player will win a Millions Main Event seat worth $5,000. This prize will only be available to players who are members of APAT. Point allocation details will follow. The APAT Show The APAT Show will stream live at 10pm GMT every evening to cover off that day’s activity, news and player interviews. Cards up coverage will be shows on February 1st, 4th and 8th. The APAT Show streams in the APAT Facebook Group Member Only Added Value Please note added value will only be available to APAT members. This includes WCOAP Bracelets, Medals and the highest ranked player of the WCOAP prize. Click to get a free membership of the Amateur Poker Association & Tour. Tags: APAT, online poker, partypoker, Poker, WCOAP, World Championship of Amateur Poker
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You’re Invited to a LOVE PARTY and There Are Prizes Galore!
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We are throwing a LOVE PARTY and every partypoker player is invited to join in festivities. There are sackfuls of mystery prizes to be won every day, plus weekly prizes too. Love Party? You bet you do! We’re spreading the love from February 11 right through to March 3, that 21 days of non-stop partying. Each day sees a new LOVE PARTY mission find its way to your partypoker account. Opt-in, complete the mission and receive a mystery prize. LOVE PARTY Missions Missions are super simple and include tasks such as winning a hand with ace-king so you should have no worries about completing all 21 LOVE PARTY missions and bagging 21 prizes. Mystery prizes for completing LOVE PARTY missions include $0.25 and $1 SPINS tickets, and MILLIONS Online tickets worth between $1.10 and $55. There are also tickets to the daily LOVE PARTY freerolls that have $1,000 worth of tickets guaranteed to be won. These LOVE PARTY freerolls kick off each day at 19:00 GMT. Prize Probability LOVE PARTY ticket 70% $0.25 SPINS ticket 10% $1 SPINS ticket 13% $1.10 MILLIONS Online ticket 4% $5.50 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% $11 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% $55 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% Reload Your Account And Receive A Weekly Prize With MILLIONS Online right around the corner, you may be considering reloading your account so you can play in the plethora of satellites and the MILLIONS Online events. We want to give you a bonus when you make a deposit into your partypoker account. There are three special bonus codes for you to use, one for each week of the LOVE PARTY promotion, and each one awards a mystery prize. You can use each code once, which means three guaranteed prizes finding their way to your account. LOVE PARTY Deposit Bonus Codes Dates Deposit Code February 11-17 LOVEPOKER February 18-24 JOINPARTY February 25 – March 3 LOVEPARTY LOVE PARTY Deposit Bonuses Prize Probability LOVE PARTY ticket 50% $1 SPINS ticket 30% $1.10 MILLIONS Online ticket 12% $5 cash 5% $11 MILLIONS Online ticket 2% $50 cash 1% Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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เมื่อปีที่แล้วไม่ได้เล่นกิจกรรมหลักของ MILLIONS Online เลยซึ่งหมายความว่ากิจกรรมหลักของ Partypoker ในแง่ของผลลัพธ์ออนไลน์ของพวกเขานั้นพลาดไปโดยผู้เล่นหลายคนที่อาจเข้าร่วม ผู้เล่นชาวฝรั่งเศส Benjamin 'frenchsniperrr' Chalot ได้จัดการแข่งขัน Partypoker MILLIONS Online Main Event ประจำปี 2019 ในราคา 2.26 ล้านดอลลาร์ แต่จะทำลายสถิติในปีนี้หรือไม่ เรามีเวลาไม่นานจนกว่าเราจะค้นพบ ด้วย 28 อีเวนต์การการันตีมูลค่า 5 ล้านดอลลาร์สำหรับตัวอีเวนต์หลักและอีเวนต์ยอดเยี่ยมอื่น ๆ เช่นมินิอีเวนต์หลักที่การันตีมูลค่า 1 ล้านดอลลาร์ซึ่งจะเริ่มต้นกำหนดการกิจกรรมในวันเสาร์ที่ 13 กุมภาพันธ์ที่จะถึงนี้ ในบทความเกี่ยวกับ PokerNews, partypoker Team Pro Patrick Leonard บอกกับเว็บไซต์รายงานว่า "สิ่งหนึ่งที่ฉันชอบเกี่ยวกับโป๊กเกอร์คือเรื่องราวที่ไม่มีฮีโร่ที่เราได้ยินเป็นประจำ เมื่อฉันเริ่มเล่นใครบางคนจะมีสิทธิ์ได้รับเงิน 5,000 ดอลลาร์จากดาวเทียม 1,000 ดอลลาร์และเป็นเรื่องที่ดีเมื่อพวกเขาไปถึงตารางสุดท้าย ที่ partypoker เราได้เห็นผู้คนมากมายที่มีสิทธิ์เข้าร่วมกิจกรรมใหญ่ ๆ ในราคาเพียง $ 0.01 และรับรางวัลจำนวนเงินที่เปลี่ยนแปลงชีวิต MILLIONS Online เป็นทัวร์นาเมนต์ที่น่าทึ่งเสมอและผู้เล่นทุกคนที่มีแบ๊งค์ตั้งแต่ 0.01 ดอลลาร์ขึ้นไปควรเตรียมตัวให้พร้อม” เขาไม่ผิดและไม่ใช่แค่ลีโอนาร์ดและผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านการสวมใส่เพชรสีส้มคนอื่น ๆ ที่รอคอยงานเทศกาลโป๊กเกอร์ออนไลน์แบบบัมเปอร์ กิจกรรมหลักมูลค่า 5,300 ดอลลาร์เป็นอัญมณีในมงกุฎและสามารถผ่านดาวเทียมบน Partypoker ออนไลน์ที่มีค่าใช้จ่ายเพียงร้อยเดียว! ไม่เพียง แต่เป็นกิจกรรมการเข้าร่วมที่ต่ำกว่าเท่านั้นที่จะดึงดูดความสนใจ แต่ด้วยเหตุการณ์ Mega High Roller MILLIONS ที่มีราคาสูงถึง 102,000 เหรียญในการเล่น อีเวนต์ตั๋วราคาสูงนั้นจะจัดขึ้นในวันที่ 8 และ 9 มีนาคมและจะปิดเทศกาลด้วยสิ่งที่นักเล่นปาร์ตี้หวังว่าจะเป็นหนึ่งในกิจกรรมที่มีรายละเอียดสูงสุดในกำหนดการของปีนี้ คุณสามารถอ่านเพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับเทศกาล partypoker MILLIONS Online ได้ที่นี่ใน PokerNews พร้อมรายละเอียดทั้งหมดของทุกเหตุการณ์ที่นำเสนอตั้งแต่การซื้อต่ำสุดไปจนถึงการแข่งขันแบบหกร่างสำหรับผู้เล่นดาวเทียมที่ร่ำรวยหรือคมที่สุดเท่านั้น
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Patrick Blye Wins APAT WCOAP Main Event For $27.4K
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The curtain came down on a massively successful APAT World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) with the crowning of the Main Event champion. Patrick Blye of Canada is that champion, a result that saw the Canadian walk away with an impressive $27,408. The $109 buy-in Main Event attracted a bumper crowd of 1,751 entrants who ensured the $150,000 guarantee was blown out of the water. $175,100 was shared among the top 263 finishers, a min-cash weighing in at $212 and a final table appearance boosting that prize to $2,116. Place Player Country Prize 1 Patrick Blye Canada $27,408 2 Randy Vermette Canada $18,618 3 Jamie O’Connor United Kingdom $12,709 4 Michael Errington United Kingdom $8,436 5 Shane Pollington United Kingdom $5,748 6 Zachary Lipeles Austria $4,390 7 Jelmer De Visser Netherlands $3,406 8 Stephen Prandstatter United Kingdom $2,706 9 Julian Selinger Malta $2,116 Malta’s Julian Selinger was the first of the nine finalists to bust. Blinds were 300,000/600,000/75,000a and Selinger open-shoved from early position for 3,746,922 chips with . Shane Pollington called from the big blind with and busted Selinger courtesy of an ace on the river of the board. The first of three British players, Stephen Prandstatter, crashed out in eighth-place for a $2,706 return on his $109 investment. Prandstatte came unstuck during the 350,000/700,000/87,500a level. Jelmer De Visser raised to 1,470,000 with , Blye three-bet to 3,150,000 with and Prandstatter four-bet all-in for 4,236,421 with . Both players called the all-in bet. The flop came and De Visser checked. Blye bet 2,100,000 into the 14.45 million chip pot, which folded out De Visser. Blye won the pot and busted Prandstatter when the turn and river fell and . Seventh-place and $3,406 went to De Visser. The action folded to Jamie O’Connor on the button and he min-raised to 1,400,000 with . De Visser three-bet all-in from the small blind with for 11,779,562 only to see Blye call with . O’Connor folded. The five community cards ran and the tournament lost another player. Austrian star Zachary Lipeles was the next player to fall by the wayside, his exit in sixth-place locking up $4,390. Michael Errington kicked off the preflop betting win a min-raise to 1,600,000 with and Lipeles called in the big blind with . Both players check the flop. The turn was greeted by a pair of checks. The river completed a wheel for Lipeles but a higher straight for Errington. Lipeles bet 1,360,000 and called off the 3,524,316 chips he had behind when Errington set him all-in. Game over for Lipeles. O’Connor Takes Control The final five became four with the untimely demise of Pollington. Errington followed his fellow Brit to the rail. O’Connor raised twice the big blind to 2,400,000 with and Errington made it 5,400,000 from the small blind with . O’Connor ripped it in and Errington called off the rest of his 14,356,173 chips. Both players paired their ace on the board, but O’Connor’s jack-kicker won him the 41.3 million chip pot. O’Connor now had a massive chip lead and looked set for APAT WCOAP glory but it didn’t work out that way because O’Connor was the next player out of the door. Nothing went right for O’Connor while play was three-handed. His final hand saw him lose a coinflip to Blye. Blye min-raised to 3,200,000 with , Randy Vermette folded his in the small blind, but O’Connor jammed for 43,379,662 in total with . Blye called. The Canadian’s sevens held as the board ran . O’Connor collected $12,710 for his impressive third-place finish. Blye Hold Huge Heads-Up Lead Blye went into heads-up holding a 145,604,156 to 29,495,844 chip advantage over fellow Canadian Vermette. It didn’t take long for Blye to get his hands on Vermette’s chips and become the WCOAP Main Event champion. From the button, Blye made it 3,200,000 to go with and Vermette called with . Both players improved to a pair on the flop, but both players checked. The turn brought the into view, further improving Blye’s hand. Vermette bet 5,600,000 into the 6,800,000 pot, Blye raised enough to put Vermette to the test for the 24,591,688 chips he had behind and Vermette called. The river was the , which failed to change the course of the hand and a card that sent Vermette home in second-place with $18,619 to console himself with. Congratulations to Blye who is a worthy champion, a champion with $27,408 more in his partypoker account than a couple of days ago. Blye also receives a coveted APAT gold medal and a custom WCOAP Main Event bracelet. Top work! A Fitting End to a Superb Festival We’re sure you’ll agree that this APAT WCOAP festival was superb. All 16 championship events were freezeouts, had incredible structures and awarded some juicy prizes. 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“Winning MILLIONS Online Would be The Cherry On Top Of A Very Good Year”
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Pascal Lefrancois is a poker player who is respected and feared in equal measure. Lefrancois has won almost $5.3 million from live poker tournaments and several more million from the online poker world. 2010 saw Lefrancois win a WSOP bracelet in a $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em event. You may recall he poised for his winner’s photograph bare-chested! Lefrancois had more clothes on when he won the £25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Super High Roller at the 2017 MILLION Dusk Till Dawn, and kept his clothes on when he triumphed in the €10,300 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Barcelona Grand Final Main Event. That last result awarded Lefrancois a career-best €1,700,000 ($2,097,211) and a place in the MILLIONS history books. After enjoying so much success in the live arena, Lefrancois is surely missing playing poker in a brick and mortar venue. “Of course I’m missing live poker! I especially miss travelling, interacting, and having drinks with friends I have made in the poker community along the years.” Poker’s elite players are obviously delighted when they secure a big prize – who wouldn’t be? – but they also love testing themselves against fellow superstars. They thrive under the pressure of having to perform to the best of their ability. “It felt amazing winning the MILLIONS Grand Final. First, because it’s obviously a lot of money. Also, the MILLIONS attracts the best players from all around the world and it feels great beating that kind of competition.” Lefrancois Outplays The Stars MILLIONS certainly does draw in the best players the game has to offer. Lefrancois defeated the likes of Davidi Kitai, Dominik Nitsche, and the legendary Stephen Chidwick at his MILLIONS Grand Final final table before sending Adam Owen to the rail in second-place to secure the title and have his name etched on the famous MILLIONS trophy. It seems like a lifetime away since the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic stopped live MILLIONS events taking place. Hopefully, they’ll return sooner rather than later, but until they do players continue to transition to the online poker world. “With the pandemic, a lot of players transferred from live poker to the online felt and that created a lot of action at the higher stakes. So basically, I’ve played a ton of online poker!” Lefrancois will be playing even more online poker in the coming weeks as he prepares to try and win the $5 million guaranteed MILLIONS Online Main Event and the high buy-in side events. “I’ll buy in directly to all MILLIONS Online high stakes tournaments. The action online has slowed down a little lately, so I’m excited to play these big buy-in events.” Big players shine brightly in major events and this is especially true when talking about Lefrancois. He won a pair of Poker Masters events worth more than $820,000 combined. A High Roller Club title followed before victory in the WPT Super High Roller banked Lefrancois more than $315,000. Another $585,175 winged its way to Lefrancois’ account when he triumphed in the Caribbean Poker Party Online Super High Roller event. A Cherry On Top Of a Remarkable Year Those results are just a handful of Lefrancois’ partypoker recent partypoker results. It is almost impossible to rank which of Lefrancois’ achievements are the best, even the great man himself admitted as much. “It’s very tough to give a ranking to achievements, but once again, I expect all the best poker players to play [MILLIONS Online] and be able to come out of these large field events on top would be the cherry on top of a very good year for me!” Don’t Miss The Massive MILLIONS Online Main Event Satellite on February 14 Lefrancois has already said he is guaranteed to play the MILLIONS Main Event and you could be joining him. He’s buying in direct, but you can win your seat from a single cent! There’s a massive MILLIONS Online #08 Main Event 1A Satellite taking place at 21:00 GMT on February 14, one with 20x $5,300 MILLIONS Online Main Event Day 1A seats guaranteed; that’s $106,000 worth of tickets! MILLIONS Online is set to be massive. It runs from February 13 through March 9 and you can check out the full, bustling schedule here. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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This Weekend’s Big Games Award Massive Prizes
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Our trio of Big Game tournaments awarded some massive prize this week. The champions of The High Roller Big Game, The Big Game, and Mini Big Game shared almost $130,000 between them! Davison Tops Star-Studded High Roller Big Game The High Roller Big Game drew in a 118-strong crowd this weekend and the top 20 finishers shared the $300,000 prize pool. Recent Mike Sexton Classic champion Daniel Dvoress bust in 21st place and popped the all-important money bubble, locking up at least $5,309 for the surviving players. Pascal Hartmann and Team partypoker’s Isaac Haxton were the first players to bust in the money places. Alexandre Reard, Nathan Talsma, and Roberto Romanello followed that duo to the rail. Jans Arends, Andrii Novak and high stakes specialist Matthias Eibinger crashed out before Koray Aldemir, Christian Rudolph, and Russian pro Artur Martirosian followed suit. Only two of the nine finalists didn’t walk away with a five-figure haul for their $2,600 investment. Christoph Vogelsang and Pim Gieles being those stars. Daan Mulders and fellow Dutchman Wietse Hasper were the next casualties before Shawn Daniel ran out of steam in fifth-place. Marius Gierse’s tournament ended in a fourth-place finish before Vladimir Kravchenko’s exit in third left only Ami Barer and Robert Davison in the hunt for the huge top prize. Barer would have been the favourite to win with the neutrals thanks to the Canadian having won several million dollars from poker. Davison overcame the odds to claim the $73,494 top prize for himself and resign Barer to a $47,291 consolation prize. Satellites for this week’s High Roller Big Game are available in the lobby right now starting at only $3.30! The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results Place Player Country Prixe 1 Robert Davison United Kingdom $73,494 2 Ami Barer Canada $47,291 3 Vladimir Kravchenko Ukraine $32,447 4 Marius Gierse Austria $22,943 5 Shawn Daniels Canada $17,024 6 Wietse Hasper Netherlands $13,622 7 Daan Mulders Netherlands $11,516 8 Pim Gieles Netherlands $9,789 9 Christoph Vogelsang United Kingdom $8,117 Vamos! Vicente Locks Up Big Game Title Brener Vicente of Brazil is the latest in a long line of partypoker players to win the $530 Big Game. A field of 485 entrants ensured the $200,000 guarantee was smashed by $34,100 and it was the top 79 finishers who got their hands on a slice of this prize pool. Dominic Nitsche burst the money bubble, paving the way for such luminaries as Preben Stokkan, Niklas Astedt, Sam Grafton, and Anton Wigg to pad their bankrolls with some prize money. Nobody at the final table won less than $3,844 for their efforts, with the final four finishers scooping five-figure prizes. Adrian Mateos was the first player to net this juicy amount, namely $13,155. British pro Ben Jones fell in third for $19,863, which left Jeppe Bisgaard and Vicente heads-up for the title. The final two players struck a deal that saw Vicente crowned champion and collect $37,563, with Bisgaard officially finishing in second place with a prize of $32,517. The Big Game Final Table Results Place Player Country Prixe 1 Brener Vicente Brazil $37,563* 2 Jeppe Bisgaard Denmark $32,517* 3 Ben Jones United Kingdom $19,863 4 Adrian Mateos United Kingdom $13,155 5 Lee Amestoy United Kingdom $9,175 6 Julien Perouse Canada $7,272 7 Aleksejs Ponakovs Estonia $5,842 8 Padraigh Lally Ireland $4,736 9 Igor Dursel United Kingdom $3,844 *reflects a heads-up deal Esparza Outlasts Monster-Sized Field in Mini Big Game Abel Esparza helped himself to the $18,424 top prize in the Mini Big Game after he outlasted a massive field of 2,493 opponents. Esparza’s heads-up opponent, Matheus Graciolli, was the tournament’s other recipient of a five-figure prize, namely $12,506. A special mention for everyone else who reached the final table, which was no mean feat considering the size of the field. Daniil Nabokov (9th – $1,397), Kyle Jones (8th – $1,795), Michele Tocci (7th – $2,266), Eric Neves (6th – $2,928), Jamie Munro (5th- $3,843), Jakub Maryska (4th – $5,652), and Mauricio Silveira (3rd – $8,529). You can win your way into this week’s tournament for a mere $5.50 outlay, good luck! The Mini Big Game Final Table Results Place Player Country Prixe 1 Abel Esparza Mexico $18,424 2 Matheus Graciolli Brazil $12,506 3 Mauricio Silveira Brazil $8,529 4 Jakub Maryska Czech Republic $5,652 5 Jamie Munro United Kingdom $3,843 6 Eric Neves Brazil $2,928 7 Michele Tocci Malta $2,266 8 Kyle Jones Canada $1,795 9 Daniil Nabokov Russia $1,397 Other Weekend Highlights There were plenty of big scores enjoyed on February 7, thanks in part to the new PLO Daily Legends tournaments. Check out some of the highlights below. OelaPaloema – first-place in The High Roller One Shot for $49,678* arowana – first-place in The 300 for $24,057* MrLuckyMan – first-place in The Weekender for $17,445* SeeUiN1HouR – first-place in The One Shot for $14,293* Muilpeertje – first-place in The Gladiator for $13,215* Killer K – first-place in The Great Game for $8,584 Vindruvan_ – first-place in The Fortress for $4,960* Oksiee – first-place in The Steel Wheel for $2,700* AllMeMaybe – first-place in The Chieftain for $1,680 Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Brunno Botteon Kicks Off 2021 As January Player of the Month
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The heater continues to for Brazil's Brunno Botteon who starts 2021 off as online poker's Player of the Month for January. For many poker players, January is a time to get a fresh start. It’s a time to reset the stats, dedicate oneself to study, and hope that in the new year the work pays off and the results go to the moon. But for Brazil’s Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon, a “fresh start” is not on the agenda. For the world’s #1-ranked online pro, the continuation of his heater that started one year ago is what he wanted. That’s what happened and what brought him the title of Online Poker Player of the Month for January. One might think that after earning a career-high seven-figure score in the international leg of the 2020 World Series of Poker at the end of 2020, Botteon might take some time off. But within a week he was back to picking up PLB-qualified cashes en masse. He found success in the first week of January on GGPoker with deep runs in the WSOPC Series $525 Bounty Hunters for $22,304 plus 321.09 PLB points and weekly $10K Super MILLION$ for another $41,934 and 374.26 PLB points. His first outright win arrived on January 10 when he topped the 279-entry field of the PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday HR for $57,263 and 547.72 PLB points. The middle of the month was highlighted by a fifth-place finish in the GGPoker High Rollers Marathon for $12,542. It was right around this time when Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic pushed to within just 5 PLB points of overtaking Botteon as the top-ranked player in the world. But when Croatia’s Zufic traveled to the United States to make a deep run in the World Poker Tour’s Lucky Hearts Poker Open, Botteon booked his first six-figure score of the new year with a win in the January 25 edition of the GGPoker High Rollers Sunday 500 for $126,544 and 738.24 PLB points. His spotlight score of the month brought more than enough PLB points to pull away from the pack and keep the #1-spot for the seventh week in a row. In total, Botteon racked up 3,893 PLB points on 59 total cashes for a total of $391,988. January also marked his third time as Player of the Month. Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson finished out January just 150 points behind Botteon to end up in second place with 3,734 points. Watson, who is Canada’s #1-ranked pro and sitting at an all-time high ranking of #3 in the world, put in significantly less volume than Botteon but made up the difference with nine PLB-qualifying cashes and seven five-figure cashes for a total of $526,078. Watson kicked off the month with a string of victories including a PokerStars Blowout Series title in Event #25-H ($1,050 NLHE Sunday Warm-up) for $75,462 and 648.85 PLB points. The very next day, on January 4, he was in the winner’s circle again in the Natural8 WSOPC $1,500 Deepstack, winning $36,040 and another 404.81 PLB points. Watson picked up big-time scores on just about every online operator he played on including a runner-up finish in the partypoker High Roller Big Game for $54,958 and a win in the World Poker Tour Montreal Online Event #18 for $39,007. But his biggest result of the month came on Natural8 when he finished in fourth place in the January 26 edition of the Super MILLION$ for $187,255 and 618.64. His Super MILLION$ score was big enough to land in Watson’s all-time top 5. Estonia’s Markku ‘markovitsus’ Koplimaa rounded out the top three in January with 3,590 PLB points. Koplimaa has been rocketing up the worldwide rankings, reaching a new career-high rank of #12 in the world. While both Botteon and Watson put up impressive results, Koplimaa outdid them both when it came to volume by racking up 229 in-the-money finishes. He embraced the grind, playing every tournament he could enter from mid-stakes and higher. He was rewarded with over $390,000 in earnings including a runner-up finish in the January 18 edition of the GGPoker High Roller MILLION$ for $187,272. It was the second-largest online cash of his career and included a massive 908.09 PLB bump. In total, Koplimaa notched five results of five-figures or better with 11 PLB-qualified scores. Should he continue to have results even half of what he posted in January, he’ll eclipse the career $10 million mark before the end of the year. January 2021 Player of the Month Results RANKNAMEPOINTS 1Brunno 'bbotteon' Botteon3893 2Mike 'SirWatts' Watson3734 3Markku 'markovitsus' Koplimaa3590 4'Llima92'3494 5Alexandre 'Cavalito' Mantovani3486 6Anatoly 'nl_profit' Filatov3203 7Yuri 'Yuri Martins' Dzivieleski3066 8'Pita'3018 9Luis 'elneto182' Quilcate3004 10Sami 'LarsLuzak' Kelopuro2988
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Three More WCOAP Champions Crowned; Main Event is Today
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Three more partypoker players can call themselves APAT WCOAP champions after a trio of Championship Events crowned their winners. The PLO, Turbo Knockout, and Turbo are now done and dusted, paving the way to the massive $150,000 guaranteed WCOAP Main Event and its $20,000 guaranteed Mini Main Event cousin. Suokas Wins PLO Championship For Finland Jarkko Suokas took down the PLO Championship and saw his $55 investment turn into $2,386. Finnish poker players tend to love pot-limit Omaha and Suokas is definitely in that camp. Suokas defeated Kazakhstan’s Andrey Tin heads-up to lock up the title and the lion’s share of the prize pool. Tin collected $1,651 for his runner-up finish, which will go some way to numbing the pain of falling at the final hurdle. Third-place finisher Andrey Kilyushev was the tournament’s other recipient of a four-figure prize. The man from Russia scooped $1,158. WCOAP #13 – PLO Championship Final Table Results Place Player Country Prize 1 Jarkko Suokas Finland $2,386 2 Andrey Tin Kazakhstan $1,651 3 Andrey Kilyushev Russia $1,158 4 Jean Yip Belgium $777 5 Ronaldn Gijtenbeek Netherlands $560 6 Drew Atkins Canada $439 7 Steven Fraser United Kingdom $353 The Czech Republic Has a WCOAP Champion Tomas Lestina is more than $6,000 richer today thanks to winning the Turbo Knockout Championship. The bounty payments grew large by the time the final table was reached and it was Lestina who secured the biggest of them all. The Czech grinder’s $3,160 first-place prize was bolstered by a bounty payment weighing in at $3,035, making for a total combined score worth $6,195. His bounty prize was so large because a PKO tournament’s champion gets their hand on their own bounty when they’re the last player standing. Thomas Reilly of the United Kingdom was the event’s runner-up. Reilly walked away with a combined prize worth $3,609, an impressive return on a $55 investment. All but two of the seven finalists scooped four-figures when bounties were included, showing you don’t have to spend a lot to win big at partypoker. WCOAP #14 – Turbo Knockout Championship Final Table Results Place Player Country Prize Bounties 1 Tomas Lestina Czech Republic $3,160 $3,035 2 Thomas Reilly United Kingdom $3,155 $454 3 Max Hoffmann Belgium $2,123 $1,094 4 Jan Bucl Czech Republic $1,401 $178 5 Vitaliy Ostrovyi Ukraine $931 $143 6 Matthew Carter United Kingdom $711 $250 7 Andreas Goll Germany $498 $321 Kafouros Wins Turbo Championship For Greece Greek player Georigios Kafouros won the penultimate Championship event of the WCOAP, namely the Turbo Championship. Some 657 players bought in and created a $32,850 prize pool that was way more than the advertised $20,000 guarantee. The tournament concluded a shade over five hours after the first cards were pitched, meaning Kafouros’ $5,696 top prize was the equivalent of a $1,100 hourly rate, wow! Kafouros defeated James Reid when the tournament was heads-up, leaving Reid to collect $3,954. Other players who navigated their way to the final table and banked a four-figure prize were Theodoros Konstantinidis, Viteslav Cech, and Aleksey Konoplev. WCOAP #15 – Turbo Championship Final Table Results Place Player Country Prize 1 Georgios Kafouros Greece $5,696 2 James Reid United Kingdom $3,954 3 Theodoros Konstantinidis Malta $2,744 4 Viteslav Cech Czech Republic $1,832 5 Aleksey Konoplev Russia $1,228 6 Charles Chattha United Kingdom $946 7 Antoan Asenov Bulgaria $716 Other WCOAP Winners Eryck Soares Lopes Rabelo – first-place in the WCOAP Mini Turbo Knockout for $830* Gustav Henrik Staffan Warn – first-place in the WCOAP Mini Turbo for $814 Ben Prior – first-place in the WCOAP Mini PLO for $448 WCOAP Main Events Start at 19:15 GMT The tournament every APAT member has been waiting for is finally here: the $150,000 guaranteed WCOAP Main Event. 19:15 GMT is when you need to be ready to get your grind on in the $109 buy-in Main Event, which is the same time the $11 buy-in $20,000 guaranteed Mini Main Event takes place. Satellites for the Main Event start at only $1.10 and are running right now. Good luck! Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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