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SUPER POKER SUNDAY 10/11: Biggest Win of $225K to sumai in PokerStars Sunday Million

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With a lack of major live open poker tournaments around the world, it seemed that October 11 might see an upswing in attendance for some of the Sunday online majors, but that was not the case. Only slight variations were seen from the prior week, meaning that either the change of seasons, plethora of big sporting events like the U.S. baseball playoffs or football games, or simple recessionary woes are keeping players from flocking to the tables. Keep in mind that most of the guarantees were surpassed for bigger prize pools by the number of players registered for the online tournaments, so sometimes the status quo is not too bad. Here are the results from those Sunday majors.

PokerStars

Sunday Warm-Up
Of the biggest PokerStars Sunday events, it was the first to begin and the first to end. The $200 + $15 buy-in Sunday Warm-Up brought 4,379 players to the virtual felt, which was a slightly larger field than the week before. And as usual, the $750K guarantee was blown away by the players who established a $875,800 prize pool for the top 630 finishers. When it was said and done, the final two came to a financial agreement, and Maudi138tt came back from a deficit to defeat THUGer.

1st place:    Maudi138tt ($119,426.22)
2nd place:    THUGer ($120,000)
3rd place:    NutsErryTime ($72,253.51)
4th place:    FatFatJesper ($49,482.71)
5th place:    Wawa711 ($37,221.51)
6th place:    FATMIKE79 ($28,463.51)
7th place:    jornxx ($19,705.51)
8th place:    PokerikdeB ($10,947.51)
9th place:    FlopeDeNuts ($7,006.41)

Sunday 1/4 Million
The tournament that found itself with the largest increase in its field was the Sunday 1/4 Million. With its bargain basement buy-in of $10 + $1 and $250K guarantee, the field consisted of 28,376 players this week, which was up almost 1,000 from the previous week. The subsequent prize pool was $283,760 for the last 4,500 players standing, but it was a final battle between 72dodo and crzysavage that resulted in 72dodo taking down more than $25K for first place.

1st place:    72dodo ($25,538.41)
2nd place:    crzysavage ($17,564.75)
3rd place:    bazzn ($12,769.21)
4th place:    iveygotstaks ($9,931.61)
5th place:    Jazzer32 ($7,094.01)
6th place:    frostbrn ($4,256.41)
7th place:    entourage86 ($2,837.61)
8th place:    chrispy2005 ($2,128.21)
9th place:    kaboca20 ($1,418.81)

Daily Eighty Grand Sunday Special
What can be found every day of the week with an $80K prize pool appears on Sunday with an expanded $200K guarantee with a $50 + $5 buy-in. This week, a total of 4,952 players came to the tables to take advantage of it, which created a $247,600 prize pool. The top 720 players cashed in, but 1$ickDisea$E finished in first place by beating Frazz_Me to grab nearly $32K in prize money.

1st place:    1$ickDisea$E ($31,962.80)
2nd place:    Frazz_Me ($22,160.20)
3rd place:    shawn_osu ($14,732.20)
4th place:    ThaBigBoss ($12,256.20)
5th place:    19FMS86 ($9,780.20)
6th place:    W-314 ($7,304.20)
7th place:    Life’sARiver ($4,952.00)
8th place:    keldtanja ($2,971.20)
9th place:    LONDONZIPPY ($1,881.76)

Sunday Million
The biggest of all of the Sunday majors was underway for the majority of the day on PokerStars, with 7,364 players paying $200 + $15 for their chance at the massive $1.5 million guarantee. Though the attendance was up from the week before by more than 300 players, it still required PokerStars to kick in a little of its own money to make up the $1,500,000 prize pool. The last 1,080 players cashed in on it, but it was sumai who came back from a deficit in the heads-up match to claim victory over brummieboy for the title and $225K prize money.

1st place:    sumai ($225,000.00)
2nd place:    brummieboy ($165,555.00)
3rd place:    44-Skadoo ($120,000.00)
4th place:    bedias ($79,500.00)
5th place:    DHUSTLER15 ($61,500.00)
6th place:    PFC_Jablohme ($46,500.00)
7th place:    zwacke ($32,250.00)
8th place:    drag0nslay3r ($18,000.00)
9th place:    BeSje ($11,625.00)

Sunday 500
For the high stakes players, PokerStars offered up its usual big buy-in Sunday fare that required a $500 + $30 buy-in. With an increase of exactly 100 players from the week before, the field consisted of 1,015 players to jump just past the $500K guarantee and make the prize pool $507,500. After the top 153 players were in the money, it was up to the final table to find the tournament’s biggest winner, which came when bliiz defeated F_H_E_S to grab more than $87K and the title.

1st place:    bliiz ($87,594.50)
2nd place:    F_H_E_S ($63,437.50)
3rd place:    D.J.777 ($48,212.50)
4th place:    jrozema ($35,322.00)
5th place:    
6th place:    Bake ‘n Rake ($20,046.25)
7th place:    Pwnasaurus ($14,971.25)
8th place:    KidPokerJD ($9,896.25)
9th place:    hitthehole ($5,582.50)

Full Tilt Poker

The Sunday Brawl
It was the second of the Sunday majors to finish in the evening hours, and the Sunday Brawl once again proved to be one of the most exciting of them all. With a slightly bigger crowd than the previous week, there were 2,483 players who bought in for $240 + $16 to take shots at the $350K guarantee. But the subsequent prize pool was $496,600, and the added excitement came with $40 bounties for knocking other players out of the tournament. Besides the bounty payments, the last 234 players in the tournament cashed in on the prize money, and it was ultimately tong26 who beat endlessj83 for the top prize of more than $101K.

1st place:    tong26 ($101,281.57)
2nd place:   endlessj83 ($65,551.20)
3rd place:    Dudderz ($48,666.80)
4th place:    pocketrockets11 ($36,748.40)
5th place:    Schlicker1337 ($25,823.20)
6th place:    icudonk ($16,884.40)
7th place:    MrRenniW ($11,421.80)
8th place:    NIKOLAJ73 ($7,945.60)
9th place:    TheIllestFlopz ($5,959.20)

$750,000 Guarantee
The last of the Sunday majors to be completed was the $750K Guarantee. The field of 3,838 players took to the felt earlier in the day for $200 + $16 and a shot at the prize pool, which shot up to $767,700 and was to be distributed amongst the last 522 players in the tournament. And when it came to the final heads-up match, after the last three players had come to a financial agreement, TheRyanKing07 defeated buttsauce33 to take the title and nearly $113K for the win.

1st place:    TheRyanKing07 ($112,818.62)
2nd place:    buttsauce33 ($92,889.17)
3rd place:    perlini1 ($66,060.99)
4th place:    Paul Merson ($42,371.52)
5th place:    henchness24 ($31,778.64)
6th place:    AllTheAce ($23,565.32)
7th place:    bigt439 ($17,654.80)
8th place:    jesarah ($13,816.80)
9th place:    RollinHand1 ($10,285.84)

The Sunday Mulligan
Players gathered on Full Tilt late in the afternoon/evening to take advantage of the Sunday Mulligan. For $200 + $16, a total of 1,011 players came out for the $200K guarantee and subsequently pushed the prize pool to $202,200. The top 99 players received a piece of that prize money pie, but it was FTOPS XII main event champion Pocketownage420 who took more than $52K for the victory over busto_soon.

1st place:    Pocketownage420 ($52,065.00)
2nd place:   busto_soon ($32,974.50)
3rd place:    Kroock ($24,412.70)
4th place:    St3phenHendry ($19,090.50)
5th place:    Crawfdad ($14,462.50)
6th place:    magikstick8 ($10,413.00)
7th place:    THE_TRASHMAN ($6,942.00)
8th place:    BIGSHOT_OWNAGE ($5,206.50)
9th place:    UgA7211 ($3,702.40)

$200K Double Deuce
The best buy of the Full Tilt offerings on Sunday is always the Double Deuce, where a buy-in of only $20 + $2 is good for a $200K guaranteed prize pool. With 10,407 players registered for the event, a sizable decrease from the previous week, the prize pool was boosted to $208,140 for the last 1,350 players. When it finally finished late into the night, matcroc defeated Dunsmor4 for the title and more than $32K in first place money.

1st place:    matcroc ($32,261.70)
2nd place:    Dunsmor4 ($21,854.70)
3rd place:    beerdonk ($15,402.36)
4th place:    storyteller1 ($11,073.05)
5th place:    icebizzie ($8,117.46)
6th place:    ImPushinIt ($5,827.92)
7th place:    magnolium ($4,162.80)
8th place:    frank8ball ($2,976.40)
9th place:    CharlotteBronte ($2,104.30)

UltimateBet

$200K Guaranteed
The biggest tournament of the week on UltimateBet saw a slight upswing in the number of players this week, with 918 of them willing to pay $200 + $15 for the $200K guarantee. As always, the tournament gave its players an overlay when UB kicked in enough to keep the prize pool at $200,000. The top 99 finishers were paid, and TBALLER247 took out COOKEMONSTER in the end to win nearly $45K for first place.

1st place:    TBALLER247 ($44,660)
2nd place:    COOKEMONSTER ($26,700)
3rd place:    GARNET ($18,100)
4th place:    GROEGRAS ($12,900)
5th place:    7D3LUX7 ($10,900)
6th place:    LLUCKBOX ($8,900)
7th place:    SCOTT1681 ($6,900)
8th place:    PAULGEES822 ($4,900)
9th place:    INYOUREYE111 ($3,400)

Bodog

$100K Guaranteed

With its biggest offering of the week, Bodog presented its $100K Guaranteed tournament that nearly always offers an overlay for its players. This week was no different, as the 441 players found themselves with an extra $33,850 in the prize pool, courtesy of Bodog. For $150 + $12, players took their shots at the $100,000 prize pool, though only 63 of them received any of it. And when it came down to the final heads-up match, chiquita mashed ello to take home the $25K first prize.

1st place:    chiquita ($25,000)
2nd place:    ello ($15,000)
3rd place:    O Mother Muc ($9,500)
4th place:    blwm ($7,000)
5th place:    pokerarg ($5,500)
6th place:    stareblankly ($4,500)
7th place:    Tommy2tyme ($3,500)
8th place:    L_Dub8 ($2,200)
9th place:    CATALINFR ($1,700)

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