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SUPER POKER SUNDAY 12/6: Dutch Boyd Dominates Full Tilt Majors With Two Final Tables

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It was the first Sunday in December, and while many people around the world were amidst preparations for the upcoming holidays, the online poker world was focused on its Sunday majors. Neither the sometimes brutal winter weather nor the lure of holiday shopping could keep the masses from flocking to their favorite online tournaments

Several big names showed up at the final tables. Jon “PearlJammer” Turner was located squarely on the Sunday Million final table, though a lack of momentum eventually pushed him out in fifth place. But the star of the night was Dutch “Dutchalicious” Boyd, who made the final table of the $750K Guarantee and $200K Double Deuce, both on Full Tilt. Despite finishing in ninth and seventh places respectively, the feat of making two final tables on one Sunday night is quite the accomplishment. Another notable feat came from Adam “Roothlus” Levy, who final tabled the Full Tilt Sunday Mulligan for the second week in a row.

But as for the winners of the night, take a look here at all of the final tables of the Sunday majors and their outcomes.

PokerStars

Sunday Warm-Up

The PokerStars tournaments launched into the realm of Sunday excitement with the Sunday Warm-Up, and there were 4,718 players interested in taking their shot via the $200 + $15 buy-in. The slight increase in the size of the field from the week before set the prize pool up to be $943,600, well past the $750K guarantee. After 675 players found their way into the money, there were nine vying for the win at the final table. The last three of them standing made a chip-chop deal for the prize money remaining, but ultimately ely_cash41 beat out AceKicker_19 to take the title and more than $126K for doing so.

1st place:    ely_cash41 ($126,259.00)
2nd place:    AceKicker_19 ($113,477.00)
3rd place:    UcfChamp ($96,074.00)
4th place:    shalzy13 ($53,313.40)
5th place:    Fylleborje ($40,103.00)
6th place:    manu34300 ($30,667.00)
7th place:    Edith_Piaf ($21,231.00)
8th place:    skalexjung ($11,795.00)
9th place:    Patrolman35 ($7,548.80)

Sunday 1/4 Million
The second tournament to end on the PokerStars big-money schedule was the Sunday 1/4 Million, and its lure of a $250K guarantee for the low, low buy-in of $10 + $1 brought a total of 31,098 players to the tables. A decrease of more than 1,000 players from the week before didn’t stop the prize pool from soaring past the guarantee and landing at $310,980. The final 4,500 players received a minimum of their buy-ins back, but it was at the final table that CFI77777 eventually took down cronaldo6687 to claim the weekly title and more than $28K in prize money.

1st place:    CFI77777 ($28,020.95)
2nd place:    cronaldo6687 ($19,249.66)
3rd place:    Pethy-Kriwcz ($13,994.10)
4th place:    whoisangelAA ($10,884.30)
5th place:    BillyDen ($7,774.50)
6th place:    fjaluz ($4,664.70)
7th place:    EmotonalF!sh ($3,109.80)
8th place:    kukkhue ($2,332.35)
9th place:    mohrpheus27 ($1,554.90)

Daily Eighty Grand Sunday Special
As the Daily Eighty Grand continues to remain popular on PokerStars, so does the Sunday Special that brings the guarantee up to $200K for Sunday players. The buy-in of $50 + $5 makes it affordable for a large number of players, thus the field of 5,698 who signed up to take part. The registration number took the prize pool past the guarantee and up to $284,900 for the top 855 finishers in the tournament, but the pressure was greater at the final table. To end the tension, Rataratazonk defeated ll[Fergus}|| to grab the title and nearly $36K in first place prize money.

1st place:    Rataratazonk ($35,897.40)
2nd place:    ||[Fergus]|| ($24,786.30)
3rd place:    horserat ($16,809.10)
4th place:    germain133 ($13,960.10)
5th place:    LiamandTy ($11,111.10)
6th place:    Raoeoiku ($8,262.10)
7th place:    PortlyPig ($5,413.10)
8th place:    bostanu24 ($3,418.80)
9th place:    iamgod1234 ($1,994.30)

Sunday Million

It was another exciting week in the Sunday Million tournament, despite registration being down several hundred players from the previous week. The event with the $200 + $15 buy-in and $1.5 million guarantee still brought 8,626 to the tables, which created a prize pool of $1,725,000. That amount was doled out to the last 1,260 players standing, of which the majority was reserved for the final table players. In the end, the heads-up players came to a chop agreement that guaranteed each of them more than $200K in prize money, but ran77 ran over SeraphimV to take the title and more than $238K for the victory.

1st place:    ran77 ($238,685.72)
2nd place:    SeraphimV ($200,554.88)
3rd place:    Team Angle ($129,390.00)
4th place:    aaronmermel ($86,260.00)
5th place:    PearlJammer ($69,000.00)
6th place:    Cynicism328 ($51,756.00)
7th place:    paushtero ($34,504.00)
8th place:    Fymez ($18,977.20)
9th place:    umbrillo ($13,370.30)

Sunday 500
The high stakes tournament that rounds out the Sunday majors on PokerStars each week saw another solid week of attendance, with 1,067 players willing to put up the $500 + $30 buy-in to take their shots at the $500K guarantee. But the number of players brought the prize pool to $533,500 for the last 153 players, and it was at the final table that two players - mikeylions and apalma2156 - battled for the title. Eventually, mikeylions got the best of his opponent and took home more than $92K for the feat.

1st place:    mikeylions ($92,082.10)
2nd place:    apalma2156 ($66,687.50)
3rd place:    Legendus ($50,682.50)
4th place:    Skammes ($37,131.60)
5th place:    Treadinwater ($26,408.25)
6th place:    psuNYY51 ($21,073.25)
7th place:    derek8 ($15,738.25)
8th place:    Bdk685 ($10,403.25)
9th place:    HR_Dub ($5,868.50)

Full Tilt Poker


The Sunday Brawl

Sunday action on Full Tilt kicked off with the Sunday Brawl, the $240 + $16 buy-in event that not only offers a $400K guarantee but $40 bounties on each player’s head. There were 2,927 players looking to compete in this week’s action, which was well over 100 players more than the prior week. And the subsequent prize pool was $585,400 to be divvied amongst the last 279 players in the tournament. When it came down to the final four, they agreed to a financial settlement but played on with El Spewtardo taking the title from second place finishers goalie1984, which garnered El Spewtardo more than $101K.

1st place:    El Spewtardo ($101,272.46)
2nd place:    goalie1984 ($71,638.37)
3rd place:    Karcsibohoc ($70,210.31)
4th place:    kacper88 ($51,920.46)
5th place:    lacaste32 ($29,855.40)
6th place:    runner 669 ($19,903.60)
7th place:    JBurleson ($13,464.20)
8th place:    LiNyB55 ($7,024.80)
9th place:    AllisBeautiful ($4,390.50)

$750,000 Guarantee
Unlike the Sunday Brawl, the numbers were down slightly in the $750K guarantee tournament, though the 4,239-player field was still substantial and brought the prize pool to a respectable $847,800. The top 585 participants received a payout for their $200 + $16 buy-ins, and Full Tilt Pro David Pham just missed an opportunity to make the final table; he finished in tenth place after a surge at the last few tables. But at the final table, Dutch Boyd was multi-tabling and in his first of two final tables finished in ninth place, leaving room for the final three players to make a payout deal and for garreh to go on to beat dubbeemin to take down the first place prize.

1st place:    garreh ($119,482.37)
2nd place:    dubbeemin ($90,206.42)
3rd place:    MclovinLovin ($90,000.03)
4th place:    jj2times ($46,629.00)
5th place:    pokrclass101 ($35,014.14)
6th place:    mull9 ($25,942.68)
7th place:    SorryMamo ($19,499.40)
8th place:    ManuelB100 ($15,260.40)
9th place:    Dutchalicious ($11,360.52)

The Sunday Mulligan

It was a fairly solid field for the Mulligan, though its numbers were down a bit this week as well. But the $200K guarantee brought 1,265 players to the tables with their $200 + $16 buy-ins, which created a $253,000 prize pool for the top 117 finishers. And Adam “Roothlus” Levy made another Sunday Mulligan final table this week, this time finishing in eighth place. But in the top two spots were ScarJo and IzabelG, the former who ended up taking down the latter to claim more than $55K in first prize money.

1st place:    ScarJo ($55,660.00)
2nd place:    IzabelG ($35,420.00)
3rd place:    juzlearnin ($26,059.00)
4th place:    brin1285 ($20,556.25)
5th place:    bgitty ($15,812.50)
6th place:    SowersUNCC ($11,385.00)
7th place:    SupFie ($7,590.00)
8th place:    Roothlus ($5,692.50)
9th place:    HeyImDro ($4,048.00)

$200K Double Deuce
The big attraction on Sundays has become the Double Deuce tournament, where a $20 + $2 buy-in gives players the chance at a $200K guaranteed prize pool. But each week, the field is so large that the pool jumps even higher, and the 11,420-player field this week took it up to $228,400. That allowed the last 1,350 players to be paid and Dutch Boyd to make another final table in the same night. Only weeks ago, he made the same final table, but the actual win continued to elude him after he finished in seventh place this week. And when it came down to the final two, simson1891 took down Capped1 to claim the title and deal-induced $31K payout.

1st place:    simson1891 ($31,384.00)
2nd place:    Capped1 ($28,000.00)
3rd place:    Bully73 ($16,901.60)
4th place:    SilentNut ($12,150.88)
5th place:    mike2na ($8,907.60)
6th place:    Raphinja ($6,395.20)
7th place:    Dutchalicious ($4,568.00)
8th place:    calikid909 ($3,266.12)
9th place:    GoDianna ($2,309.12)

UltimateBet

$200K Guaranteed

The biggest tournament of each Sunday on UltimateBet grew again this week if by only a few players. The registration stopped at 1,064 for the $200 + $15 tournament, which pushed the prize pool over the $200K guarantee to $212,800. Players who made it to the top 99 received a payout for their performances, and it was at the final table that the final nine competed for tens of thousands of dollars in the top five spots. When it was finally over, CMB8757 defeated MATT THE WALL to claim more than $47K and take the weekly title.

1st place:    CMB8757 ($47,518.24)
2nd place:    MATT THE WALL ($28,408.80)
3rd place:    CHERRYWAVES ($19,258.40)
4th place:    BLUEDOG428 ($13,725.60)
5th place:    JP OSU ($11,597.60)
6th place:    BUSTABLE ($9,469.60)
7th place:    BJFREEFIRD ($7,341.60)
8th place:    ZAMMERTIME ($5,213.60)
9th place:    BEATSRUS ($3,617.60)

Bodog

$100K Guaranteed

The big Sunday tournament on Bodog found itself with almost exactly the same number of players as the week before, minus only one. The 472-player field still resulted in a nice overlay when Bodog kicked in several tens of thousands of dollars to make its $100K guarantee. That brought a payout to the last 63 players standing, but it was at the final table that the last of them battled it out for the $25K first prize money. Finally, bobbyc8 defeated jpa10 to take it down and claim the weekly title.

1st place:    Bobbyc8 ($25,000.00)
2nd place:    jpa10 ($15,000.00)
3rd place:    Shawry5 ($9,500.00)
4th place:    IjewedU ($7,000.00)
5th place:    griznasty ($5,500.00)
6th place:    czarcaesarxx ($4,500.00)
7th place:    golferboy19 ($3,500.00)
8th place:    BaxterBlue ($2,200.00)
9th place:    danohasnuts73 ($1,700.00)

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