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Matthias Eibinger took down the partypoker High Roller Big Game and banked $63,216. Eibinger’s prize would have been a shade under $74,000 but he struck a heads-up deal with Finland’s Samuel Vousden.

John Vousden: Birthdate: 1709: Birthplace: Goudhurst, Kent, England, United Kingdom: Death: Immediate Family: Son of John Vousden and Joane Vousden Husband of Elizabeth Vousden Father of Samuel Vousden. Managed by: Beverley Dawn Wills. Finland’s Samuel Vousden found himself heads-up against Germany’s Wiktor Malinowski. The difference between first and second-place was a massive $168,000 but the last remaining duo played the tournament out naturally. This meant Vousden collected $520,000 when he defeated Malinowski one-on. Samuel Vousden: Birthdate: 1763: Death: Immediate Family: Son of John Vousden and Elizabeth Vousden Husband of Mary Vousden Father of John Vousden. Managed by: Beverley Dawn Wills: Last Updated: April 6, 2015.

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Vousden’s runner-up finish weighed in at $57,568, $10,000 more than the advertised prize.

All but two of the nine finalists netted a five-figure prize, thanks in part to 116-players buying in for $2,600 each. Niklas Astedt and Steve O’Dwyer were the first two players to dust off their chips; they walked away with $8,117 and $9,789 respectively.

Christopher Putz and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Yuri Dzvielevski were the next pair out of the door before Shawn Daniels and the Netherlands’ Daan Mulders fell by the wayside, the latter reeling in a $22,943 haul.

Brazilian superstar Bruno Volkmann’s elimination in third netted him $32,447, leaving Vousden and Eibinger to strike a deal and conclude this week’s High Roller Big Game.

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High Roller Big Game Final Table Results

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PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Matthias EibingerAustria$63,216*
2Samuel VousdenFinland$57,568*
3Bruno VolkmannBrazil$32,447
4Daan MuldersNetherlands$22,943
5Shawn DanielsCanada$17,024
6Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil$13,622
7Christopher PutzAustria$11,516
8Steve O’DwyerNetherlands$9,789
9Niklas AstedtSweden$8,117

*reflects a heads-up deal

Keith Hoang Crowned Big Game Champion

This week’s $530 Big Game drew in a 462-strong crowd, ensuring the $200,000 guarantee was surpassed by $24,850.

The United Kingdom’s Keith Hoang was the last man standing after nine-hours 20-minutes of intense poker action. Hoang’s reward? $40,191. Hoang defeated Pedro Garagnani heads-up to claim the tournament’s top payout and to resign his Brazilian opponent to a $27,854 consolation prize.

Two other partypoker players won more than $12,000 for their final table appearances. Oleksandr Turych, who calls Ukraine home, walked away with $12,824 for his fourth-place exit. Michael Ender of Belgium won $19,322 after his untimely demise in third-place.

The Big Game Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Keith HoangUnited Kingdom$40,191
2Pedro GaragnaniBrazil$27,854
3Michael EnderBelgium$19,322
4Oleksandr TurychUkraine$12,824
5Joao BaumgartenBrazil$8,968
6Gediminas UselisLithuania$7,125
7Jose Maria SomolinosMalta$5,740
8Philipp HofbauerAustria$4,669
9Lukasz RozanskiUnited Kingdom$3,804

Other partypoker Highlights From January 31

  • “veegar” – first-place in the $1,111 High Roller One Shot for $47,947*
  • “tenten19” – first-place in the $320 The 300 for $26,741*
  • Killian Braud-Chevalier – first-place in the $55 Mini Big Game for $19,059
  • “footy4life” – first-place in the $109 Weekender for $17,668*
  • “Txikititas6” – first-place in the $109 One Shot for $17,175*
  • “CHUMBLY” – first-place in the $55 Gladiator for $13,144*
  • “Semperfi10” – first-place in the $215 Warrior for $12,516*

David Yan Triumphs in PokerStars $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up

David “MissOracle” Yan added the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up to the long list of tournaments he’s won during his career. Yan topped a compact field of 65 in the $1,050 buy-in event at PokerStars and padded his bankroll with $15,032 after a heads-up deal with Finland’s Tomi “elmerixx” Brouk. Brouk banked $15,646 as part of that deal.

It shouldn’t be surprising that a $1,050 buy-in tournament had a final table brimming with stars. Some of those stars included seventh-place finisher Artur “mararthur1” Martirosian and the Austria-based German legend that is Ole “wizowizo” Schemion who crashed out in fifth for $5,511.

Sunday Warm-Up Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1David “MissOracle” YanNew Zealand$15,032*
2Tomi “elmerixx” BroukFinland$15,646*
3“RaiseUpBlind”Canada$9,833
4“MynJoe”Hungary$7,362
5Ole “wizowizo” SchemionAustria$5,511
6“Korrinho”Austria$4,126
7Artur “mararthur1” MartirosianRussia$3,089
8“Amadeus777”Austria$2,313

Piggysnipz Locks Up $48K Score

The $1,050 Sunday High Roller was another PokerStars tournament ended in a chop, this time the final three players were involved.

“bokkie87” was the main beneficiary of the deal as their third-place finish saw them collect a $48,337 score when the original payout was $35,559. “nilsef” of Germany crashed and burned in second-place, a finish worth $48,903 as part of the deal. “Piggysnipz” was now the only player with chips in front of them and the Canadian won $48,139, much less than the advertised top prize of $62,629 but still a juicy amount for a few hours work.

$1,050 Sunday High Roller Final Table Results

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PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1“Piggysnipz”Canada$48,139*
2“nilsef”Germany$48,903*
3“bokkie87”Netherlands$48,337*
4Francisco “Tomatee” BenitezUruguay$26,794
5“BlindPue”Russia$20,189
6“JoseGuti”Sweden$15,213
7Jans “Graftekkel” ArendsAustria$11,463
8Pascal “Pass_72” LefrancoisCanada$8,637

*reflects a three-handed deal

Other PokerStars Highlights From January 31

  • “Uivelo88” – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown for $31,717*
  • “claudiocaje” – first-place in the $109 Bounty Builder for $30,780*
  • “ibotown” – first-place in the $215 Bounty Builder for $30,263*
  • Brandon “Tyrion2205” Sheils – first-place in the $215 Bounty Builder for $29,641*
  • “RaiseUpBlind” – first-place in the $215 Sunday Supersonic for $22,913
  • “purnodeporno” – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic for $22,576
  • “kaycak1998” – first-place in the $109 Sunday Kickoff for $16,729
  • “leitalopez” – first-place in the $215 Fat Sunday for $12,284
  • “CPUrul0r” – first-place in the Hotter $109 for $9,941
  • “LeaniLean” – first-place in the $530 Omania High Roller for $9,096
  • Jonathan “Proudflop” Proudfoot – first-place in the $530 Sunday Marathon for $8,373

Brounoc Wins Big at 888poker

The $100,000 Sunday Mega Deep drew in a crowd of 884 players to 888poker who purchased 262 re-entries between them for a total attendance of 1,146. This meant the tournament hit it’s guarantee once again.

“Brounoc” of the United Kingdom got their hands on the $20,628 top prize, a very healthy return on a $109 investment. Runner-up “PokerAdo84” and third-place finisher “Callxm” walked away with $14,898 and $11,116 respectively.

The final table was also the home to a pair of players who have featured in several Sunday Briefing articles here at PokerNews. Ben “DoobieFish” Kett finished ninth for $1,432 while Latin American hero Kelvin “Kelvin_Kerbe” Kerber finished fourth for $8,308.

$100,000 Sunday Mega Deep Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1“Brounoc”United Kingdom$20,628
2“PokerAdo84”$14,898
3“Callxm”United Kingdom$11,116
4Kelvin “Kelvin_Kerbe” KerberBrazil$8,308
5“marauder1801”Denmark$5,775
6“MWFTBG”Sweden$4,629
7“REFpussy”Mexico$3,483
8“Wellberg”Belarus$2,349
9Ben “DoobieFish” KettUnited Kingdom$1,432

altavistt Shines in Sunday Challenge PKO

This week’s $30,000 Sunday Challenge PKO event final table saw a third of its seats taken up by players calling Belarus home. “bad_romantic” and “tinitun14” didn’t last long under the spotlight, falling in ninth and eighth-place for scores of $304 and $767 respectively.

Their exits left “altavistt” as the sole flier of the Belarusian flag. He did his country proud by emerging from the battle victoriously with the $3,299 top prize in tow. This sum was bolstered by $3,687 worth of bounty payments for a total prize weighing in at $6,986.

The champion defeated “Wez1y” heads-up to get their hands on the title, resigning the second-place finisher to a still-respectable $4,658 consolation prize.

$30,000 Sunday Challenge PKO Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrizeBountiesTotal Prize
1“altavistt”Belarus$3,299$3,687$6,986
2“Wez1y”United Kingdom$3,299$1,358$4,658
3“chssk”Ukraine$2,012$1,083$3,096
4“Wenz777”Germany$1,457$589$2,046
5“AUTISPOSTI”Malta$1,056$243$1,300
6“__APO__1”Germany$771$414$1,185
7“noneda”Romania$563$185$749
8“tinitun14”Belarus$413$353$767
9“bad_romantic”Belarus$304$$304

Guillaume Nolet Wins GGMasters High Rollers

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Canada’s Guillaume Nolet helped himself to a $141,384 score this weekend when he finished first from 979 entrants in the GGMasters High Rollers event at GGPoker.

Nolet is no stranger to major online poker tournaments’ final tables so it wasn’t a surprise to see him reach this final table. He eventually found himself in a one-on-one battle with Brazil’s “ODDj0b” for the title and a prize more than $35,000 more than second-place. Nolet defeated his Brazilian opponent to resign ODDj0b to a still massive $106,023 second-place prize.

Earlier at the final table, the likes of Michael Zhang and Jans Arends bit the dust. Zhang, showing as playing from Brazil, fell in fifth-place for a $44,709 score, while Arends crashed out in third for a $79,506 haul.

GGMasters High Rollers Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Guillaume NoletCanada$141,384
2ODDj0bBrazil$106,023
3Jans ArendsAustria$79,506
4MucurinhaBrazil$59,621
5Michael ZhangBrazil$44,709
6KetzerfelipeBrazil$33,527
7AmericanRegMexico$25,142
8R0CB16CB20CB150Hong Kong$18,853
9Marco_dammeHong Kong$14,138

Haxton Binks High Rollers Blade Closer

Some 76 players parted company with $2,625 to compete in the High Rollers Blade Closer this weekend and Isaac Haxton outlasted them all. Haxton added $44,541 to his already colossal lifetime winnings.

The final table was stacked beyond belief. Stephen Chidwick and Yuri Dzivielevski busted before Bert Stevens, Pascal Hartmann, and Sami Kelopuro fell by the wayside. Artur Martirosian and fellow Russian Arsenii Malinov exited to leave Haxton and Ami Barer heads-up.

Haxton defeated Barer to get his hands on $44,541 while Barer took home $34,737.

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High Rollers Blade Closer Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Isaac HaxtonCanada$44,541
2Ami BarerCanada$34,737
3Arsenii MalinovRussia$27,090
4Artur MartirosianRussia$21,127
5Sami KelopuroFinland$16,477
6Pascal HartmannAustria$12,850
7Bert StevensMexico$10,021
8Yuro DzivielevskiBrazil$7,815
9Stephen ChidwickCanada$6,095

Other Highlights From GGPoker on January 31

  • “ccwtgnkq” – first-place in the High Roller MILLION$ for $183,822
  • “RunChicken” – first-place in the Global MILLION$ for $112,712
  • “ggmbn” – first-place in the Bounty Hunters HR Main Event $525 for $89,837*
  • “Narwhale” – first-place in the GGMasters $150 for $65,675
  • David Peters – first-place in the High Rollers Blade Prime $2,625 for $50,382
  • David Szep – first-place in the Sunday high Rollers Bounty King $3,150 for $46,377*
  • David Yan – first-place in the High Rollers Sunday Blade Opener $5,250 for $45,721
  • “jesuisallin” – first-place in the Sunday Bounty King $315 for $42,967*
  • Shawn Daniels – first-place in the High Rollers Blade Opener $2,625 for $42,719
  • “Bobbele” – first-place in the Bounty Hunters Sunday Special $210 for $35,631*
  • “VaPaCooler” – first-place in the High Rollers Marathon $840 for $34,891
  • “petiperi” – first-place in the Sunday Main Event $200 for $34,254
  • “Kabuzzi” – first-place in the Sunday High Rollers Fifty Stack $500 for $33,781
  • “LostInBranch” – first-place in the Sunday Forty Stack for $33,067
  • “Yaawn” – first-place in the Sunday High Rollers Deep Bounty Turbo $1,050 for $27,341*
  • Blaz Zerjav – first-place in the Sunday High Rollers Bounty Special $840 for $27,170*
  • “BeardOilGuy” – first-place in the Sunday Special $125 for $26,388
  • Connor Drinan – first-place in the High Rollers Blade Bounty King $3,150 for $24,493*
  • “Psychedelica” – first-place in the Sunday Marathon $300 for $24,312
  • Farid Jattin – first-place in the High Rollers Blade PLO $2,625 for $23,044
  • “HappyWhale” – first-place in the Bounty Hunters Sunday Special $105 for $22,353*
  • “TheRayGuy” – first-place in the Sunday Monster Stack $200 for $21,823
  • Daniel Dvoress – first-place in the Sunday Triple Chance $300 for $20,072

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We recently reintroduced freezeout tournaments to our Power Series schedule and approximately 95 percent of all our tournaments are now freezeouts, meaning once you bust from an event it is game over!

The new format didn’t bother Finnish star Samuel “JHelppi” Vousden as he marched on to victory in the $2,600 Sunday Super High Roller: $100K Gtd tournament on December 16th.

PacePlayerCountryPrize
1Samuel “JHelppi” VousdenFinland$47,125
2j2805667Malta$31,900
3addhuSKSlovakia$21,025
4Specter_LittUnited Kingdom$13,050
5madgenius87Austria$10,150
6Z0mbiegirlRussia$7,975
7george15mcdUnited Kingdom$6,887
8Iluvia71Netherlands$6,887

A field of 58-entrants created a $145,000 prize pool that was shared among those reaching the eight-handed final table.

Netherlands’ “Iluvia71” was the first player to cash. Both Iluvia and “george15mcd” banked $6,887 for their $2,600 investment.

Sixth-place and $7,975 went to “Z0mbiegirl” of Russia and their elimination guaranteed a five-figure score for the surviving five players. Austria’s “madgenius87” was the first player to net five-figures, namely $10,150 for their fifth-place finish and they were joined on the rail by “Specter_Litt” and “addhuSK” who netted a cool $13,050 and $21,025.

This left Vousden and “j2805667” to lock horns heads-up for the title, the latter having finished fifth in the partypoker MILLIONS Online a couple of weeks ago for a colossal $818,813 score. It was Vousden who emerged victorious to claim the $47,125 top prize for himself, leaving j2805667 to pick up the $31,900 consolation prize.

Team partypoker’s Patrick Leonard Reaches Sunday High Roller Final Table

Team partypoker’s Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard navigated his way to the final table of the $100,000 guaranteed Sunday High Roller but couldn’t quite get the job done to bring home the gold medal.

Leonard busted in seventh-place in this tournament to lock up $4,040 for his $1,050 investment. Leonard was joined at the final table by two other players from the United Kingdom. The player known as “spinner2255” fell in sixth-place for $5,050 with “BelowAvgGreg” netting $12,625 by finishing in third-place, one place deeper than the Swedish elite grinder Simon “HellmuthTheGr8” Mattsson.

BelowAvgGreg’s exit left “uNORTH0doX” of Canada to take on Brazil’s “whresmymind” heads-up for the title. The final duo struck a deal that saw uNORTH0doX walk away with $20,712 and whresmymind $21,707.

PacePlayerCountryPrize
1whresmymindBrazil$21,707*
2uNORTH0doXCanada$20,712*
3BelowAvgGregUnited Kingdom$12,625
4Simon “HellmuthTheGr8” MattssonSweden$8,837
5ACHSO8000Germany$6,565
6spinner2255United Kingdom$5,050
7Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” LeonardUnited Kingdom$4,040
8Gl4diat0rGermany$3,282

*reflects a heads-up deal

Other Massive Sunday Results

There were dozens of other massive scores enjoyed by partypoker players this weekend, some of them are shown below. Did you make it onto our list?

  • SandwichBacon – first-place in the Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter for $42,185*
  • “I am bored.” – first-place in the Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter for $38,689*
  • MAM0HT_T – first-place in the Sunday High Roller Bounty Hunter Fast for $36,072*
  • “SUPERSCOUSER” – first-place in the Sunday High Roller Deepstack for $24,500
  • “RedPant” – first-place in the Sunday Bounty Hunter for $21,619*
  • “farell8” – first-place in the Sunday Bounty Hunter for $19,598
  • Dan “ROTTsFEARestFC” Charlton – first-place in the Sunday Main Event for $18,837
  • Jerry “frokennatur” Odeen – first-place in the Sunday Warm Up for $14,550
  • Sean “monkeybudgie” Prendiville – first-place in the Sunday Kick Off for $9,096

*includes bounty payments

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