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SUPER POKER SUNDAY 9/20 - Two Final Tables for dubbeemin

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It was an exciting Sunday for online poker on several fronts. First, the WCOOP was in its final weekend on PokerStars, and with the Main Event in play, it shifted quite a bit of focus off the other Sunday majors. But Full Tilt did its monthly replacement of the $750K guarantee with a $1 million one, which drew in some players. And there was one online poker player - Brian “dubbeemin” Mintz, who made two final tables on the same day, one in the aforementioned Full Tilt $1 million event and the other in the big UltimateBet weekly tournament. Many others also found their way to important final tables, as detailed here:

PokerStars

Sunday 1/4 Million

Each week, tens of thousands of players line up for it, as the Sunday 1/4 Million is the cheapest buy-in of all the Sunday majors and boasts of a $250K guarantee. This week, there were 27,109 contenders with the $10+1 buy-in, which boosted the prize pool to $271,090, which was split amongst the final 4,500 players in the field. But in the end, it came down to Hot’KoVo ousting meaneye to take down nearly $25K in first place money, which was an amazing cashin on his investment.

1st place:    Hot’KoVo ($24,398.11)
2nd place:    meaneye ($16,780.48)
3rd place:    KidIcee ($12,199.06)
4th place:    Tilvito ($9,488.16)
5th place:    Mr.Masawo ($6,777.26)
6th place:    Frizier ($4,066.36)
7th place:    Grubjan ($2,710.91)
8th place:    Digggs ($2,033.18)
9th place:    aKuma47 ($1,355.46)

Daily Eighty Grand Sunday Special
The other PokerStars Sunday offering, besides the WCOOP events, was the Sunday version of its popular daily tournament. For $50+5, players came for the $200K guarantee, and when registration ended at 4,802, the prize pool was boosted to $240,100. While the last 720 players at the tables received more than their buy-ins back, Tenma13 went heads-up with SaulGoodBaby for the title, and Tenma13 took it down along with more than $30K in prize money.

1st place:    Tenma13 ($30,732.80)
2nd place:    SaulGoodBaby ($21,488.95)
3rd place:    mcatdog ($14,285.95)
4th place:    Anticure ($11,884.95)
5th place:    rbeckwith ($9,483.95)
6th place:    MuppZips ($7,082.95)
7th place:    Aces4hire ($4,802.00)
8th place:    krazyeyz ($2,881.20)
9th place:    NeverScaredB ($1,824.76)

Full Tilt Poker


The Sunday Brawl

In one of the earlier starting tournaments on Full Tilt’s Sunday, the $240+16 buy-in event offered a $350K guarantee and $40 bounties on specified players. Two ways to earn money was incentive enough for 2,236 players to come out for the festivities, which kicked the prize pool up to $447,200 for the last 234 players in the game. But when it came down to the final two at the last table of the night, they made a chip-chop deal and then played it out, which found Olkku triumphant over opponent iDrinkBeer2 for the extra money and the win.

1st place:    Olkku ($76,306.31)
2nd place:    iDrinkBeer2 ($73,930.53)
3rd place:    Whitesnake1 ($43,825.60)
4th place:    chrispoker23 ($33,092.80)
5th place:    GrampaJeff ($23,254.40)
6th place:    BigDLuckyJ ($15,204.80)
7th place:    B3gmann ($10,285.60)
8th place:    MetalMask ($7,155.20)
9th place:    peewee37111 ($5,366.40)

$1Million Guarantee
For those with special high-stakes needs and seeking more action, Full Tilt offers a once-a-month opportunity to play for $1 million instead of the usual $750K guarantee. The buy-in also increased to $500+35, but there were 2,476 takers, which boosted the prize pool to $1,238,000. The last 351 players standing were paid a piece of it, but it was gdluck who defeated Pocketownage420 in the final stage of the tournament to grab the amazine $227K first prize.

1st place:    gdluck ($227,111.10)
2nd place:   Pocketownage420 ($139,398.80)
3rd place:    BONCELA ($91,240.60)
4th place:    rubenrtv ($72,794.40)
5th place:    NEONPILS99 ($55,091.00)
6th place:    kwob20 ($39,616.00)
7th place:    bentebabe69 ($29,093.00)
8th place:    KaKeTKa ($22,779.20)
9th place:    dubbeemin ($17,332.00)

The Sunday Mulligan
A tradition on the Full Tilt Sunday, the Sunday Mulligan offered a $200K guarantee for a $200+16 buy-in, which was taken up by 1,303 players. That created a $260,600 prize pool to be distributed among the last 126 players in the tournament. But it was at the final table and eventual heads-up match that TaxMeNot won over Skutaur to take down $57K and the win.

1st place:    TaxMeNot ($57,332.00)
2nd place:    Skutaur ($36,484.00)
3rd place:    Ahvail ($26,711.50)
4th place:    clotilda ($21,173.75)
5th place:    Frank1The1Tank ($16,287.50)
6th place:    IzabelG ($16,287.50)
7th place:    chet-may-ne ($11,727.00)
8th place:    draq ($7,557.40)
9th place:    cashclctor ($4,013.24)

$200K Double Deuce
It has been proven to be one of the most popular Sunday tournaments, where for $20+2 players have a shot at a $200K guaranteed prize pool. This week, 9,862 players took advantage of the opportunity, and the $200,000 became the prize pool with a bit of an overlay for the crowd. The final 1,350 players were paid, but it was the final two who saw the biggest payouts. JediMindTrx and nsinger ended up coming to a chip-chop deal for the prize money before JediMindTrx went on to win and claim the title.

1st place:    JediMindTrx ($27,650)
2nd place:    nsinger ($24,350)
3rd place:    DrawSemaj ($14,800)
4th place:    Spyver ($10,640)
5th place:    007 Timmy 007 ($7,800)
6th place:    Kenny the Stud ($5,600)
7th place:    miamigal79 ($4,000)
8th place:    Ef The Champ ($2,860)
9th place:    Mr_McBluffalot ($2,022)

UltimateBet


$200K Guaranteed
The biggest prize pool on UltimateBet was offered, as always, on Sunday with its $200+15 buy-in and $200K guarantee. When 894 players registered, UB put in the rest with an overlay for the players, the last 99 standing of whom would receive a piece of it. When it came down to the final table and the last match of the night, it was NJW111 who beat out DUBBEEMIN for the win.

1st place:    NJW111 ($44,660)
2nd place:    DUBBEEMIN ($26,700)
3rd place:    DOUCHEBURGER ($18,100)
4th place:    SAILORLOBELL ($12,900)
5th place:    SHARKBAIT33 ($10,900)
6th place:    WILDHENRY ($8,900)
7th place:    MATT126912 ($6,900)
8th place:    TCHUSTLERFAN ($4,900)
9th place:    TEXASFAN23 ($3,400)

Bodog

$100K Guaranteed
With a reasonable buy-in of $150+12, players come to the weekly $100K guarantee tournament to get the most for their money, as overlays are common. This week, Bodog threw in nearly $40K to complete the prize pool when only 405 players came to play, and in the end, 63 of them were paid. The final table played down to heads-up between cmizzles3687 and x____x, and the former was able to take it down for a $25K payday.

1st place:    cmizzles3687 ($25,000)
2nd place:    x____x ($15,000)
3rd place:    Alain Delon ($9,500)
4th place:    Balla686 ($7,000)
5th place:    terags ($5,500)
6th place:    billyboy5 ($4,500)
7th place:    JACKOFHOGS ($3,500)
8th place:    bigratbastard ($2,200)
9th place:    sonajero ($1,700)

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