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Super Poker Sunday 08/01: Jymaster11 Wins Two Full Tilt Majors in One Night

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It was the first Sunday in August, and players were ready for their summer action. Registration dropped in a few tournaments but only slightly, and others saw their numbers rise a bit. No changes of significance, which required Full Tilt Poker to give overlays to their players yet again in the $750K Guarantee and the $200K Double Deuce.

The big news that developed on Sunday also came from Full Tilt. When Jordan “Jymaster11” Young won the Sunday Brawl for $104,951, it didn’t set off any alarms. But to look at the $750K Guarantee as the hours went by, one could see that Jymaster11 was doing well in that tournament as well. And ultimately, in the very late hours of the night, Jymaster11 claimed victory in that tournament, too, adding another $132,787.50 to his earnings for the solitary Sunday. Though the player is no stranger to tournament wins, taking down two of the biggest tournaments on the internet in one night is quite the accomplishment.

In other news, the biggest payout of the night came, as always, in the Sunday Million on PokerStars, when aqua44 defeated a tough table and tough second place finisher SoonerCT22 to win the tournament outright for a whopping $245,914.05. Solid take-home pay for winning the most well-known event in the world of online poker.

For all of the results and final table names, scroll down:

PokerStars

Sunday Warm-Up

It was the first opportunity for PokerStars players to get in on the Sunday action each week, and the $200 + $15 buy-in offered them the chance at a solid $750K guarantee. This week, registration closed with 4,028 players at the tables, which pushed the prize pool up to $805,600, and that number was enough to pay out the top 585 players. The top finish for a Team PokerStars Pro was 14th for JP Kelly, just a few spots short of the last table. But it was on to the final table for the top nine of them, and the final two - Buffett1986 and AJKHoosier1 - made a deal for the biggest money, which afforded them each a six-figure payout. Buffett1986 was able to win it though, and take nearly $120K for the victory.

1st place:    Buffett1986 ($119,735.84)
2nd place:   AJKHoosier1 ($101,000.00)
3rd place:    JoeyG ($66,462.00)
4th place:    Handicaper26 ($46,322.00)
5th place:    brzy007 ($34,238.00)
6th place:    kaader ($26,182.00)
7th place:    estofesto ($18,126.00)
8th place:    twming ($10,070.00)
9th place:    firstPhoenix ($6,444.80

Sunday 1/4 Million
Most players cannot afford hundreds of dollars in buy-ins to access the big prize pools and guarantees each Sunday, but PokerStars offers up its Quarter Million tournament just for them. The low $10 + $1 buy-in offers a solid $250K guarantee, and this week, there were 29,097 interested players. The vast majority didn’t make it out with anything but an interesting tournament story, but the top 4,500 players did receive payments from the $290,970 prize pool. And it was jose31415 who made the best return on his investment, as defeating Jonny Nukes in heads-up action garnered him more than $26K in first prize money.

1st place:    jose31415 ($26,216.69)
2nd place:    Jonny Nukes ($18,011.04)
3rd place:    smokejoint25 ($13,093.65)
4th place:    treetop 84 ($10,183.95)
5th place:    c fodder2008 ($7,274.25)
6th place:    MrMisdeameanr ($4,364.55)
7th place:    Patoche1978 ($2,909.70)
8th place:    wonderkaart9 ($2,182.27)
9th place:    Butabi Bros ($1,454.85)

D.N.G. Sunday Special
It is different from most of the Sunday tournaments, as it offers a larger-than-most $300K guarantee for the relatively low buy-in of $50 + $5, and the DNG has seen much growth in the past months. Thus, seeing this week’s numbers drop by more than 500 players was a bit surprising, though the 6,578-player field still took the prize pool up to $328,900, which was redeeming. It also allowed 990 players to be paid, and in the end, the final three players struck a chip-chop deal for the prize money, which gave the highest amount of more than $37K to timberngr for second place and only $25K to dunnep1 for the win.

1st place:    dunnep1 ($25,000.00)
2nd place:    timberngr ($37,350.98)
3rd place:    Shhh00ken ($25,399.54)
4th place:    caio_pimenta ($15,129.40)
5th place:    Commish910 ($11,840.40)
6th place:    bearsfan775 ($8,551.40)
7th place:    Joey Capp ($5,755.75)
8th place:    roosi88 ($3,782.35)
9th place:    Daniel3011 ($2,302.30)

Sunday Million
The biggest tournament of all of the weekly events was the pride and joy of the PokerStars Sunday lineup, as the Sunday Million kicked off once again with its $1.5 million guarantee. And though there were a small drop in the number of players this week, the 8,197-player field, all holding $200 + $15 buy-ins for the tournament, surpassed the guarantee with a $1,639,400 prize pool. The top 1,170 players were paid from that fund, but it was at the final table that aqua44 was able to defeat SoonerCT22 in quick form to win the title and nearly $246K that went with it.

1st place:    aqua44 ($245,914.05)
2nd place:    SoonerCT22 ($180,334.00)
3rd place:    idacir_bra ($122,955.00)
4th place:    TBONE1987 ($82,625.76)
5th place:    LottoMartin ($65,576.00)
6th place:    Coyotee_gyn ($49,182.00)
7th place:    mas_da_masta ($32,788.00)
8th place:    aaaaaaaa ($18,853.10)
9th place:    SingleFileD ($12,705.35)

Sunday 500
One of the last PokerStars tournaments to begin on Sunday was the very last to end, as it took quite a long time for the high stakes tournament to run its course. The $500 + $30 buy-in event with its $500K guarantee attracted 1,061 players this week, which pushed the prize pool even higher to where it landed at $530,500. After the top 153 players were paid, the final table eventually captured everyone’s attention, and Team Online PokerStars Pro player VARICO surged but finally finished in fourth place. Oaktree50 went on to defeat StigR to win the tournament, though they agreed on an even chip-chop amount of almost $79K each.

1st place:    oaktree50 ($78,938.40)
2nd place:    StigR ($78,938.40)
3rd place:    Callisto 5 ($50,397.50)
4th place:    VARICO ($36,922.80)
5th place:    NoraFlum ($26,259.75)
6th place:    RuberbandMan ($20,954.75)
7th place:    Stev0L ($15,649.75)
8th place:    vinifenomeno ($10,344.75)
9th place:    juice54 ($5,835.50)

Sunday 2nd Chance
It is the last opportunity for players to get in on serious Sunday action each week, and the Second Chance tournament drew 1,530 players for the $200 + $15 buy-in event. Its $250K guarantee was left in the dust when the calculations showed an actual $306,000 prize pool. That was divided up for the last 171 players, and when all was said and done, threatnasty overcame djk123 in the heads-up match to claim more than $55K in first place prize money for the victory.

1st place:    threatnasty ($55,202.40)
2nd place:    djk123 ($39,933.00)
3rd place:    PremiumStud ($30,600.00)
4th place:    KiT86 ($22,950.00)
5th place:    schlafender ($16,065.00)
6th place:    bballin04 ($13,005.00)
7th place:    diseanser ($9,945.00)
8th place:    POTTERPOKER ($6,885.00)
9th place:    ElMastermind ($4,284.00)

Full Tilt Poker

The Sunday Brawl

Players on the Full Tilt Poker side of town geared up for their Sunday action with the weekly Brawl, an exciting knockout tournament that places $40 on the head of each player for the taking. With a buy-in of $240 + $16 and substantial $400K guarantee, registration kicked up to 2,585 players, which incidentally was the exact number of players as the prior week. That put the prize pool at $517K for the top 279 players to share, but there was a six-figure payout awaiting the winner. And the final heads-up match of the tournament saw Jymaster11 take down log1c07 to take that prize of nearly $105K for the win.

1st place:    Jymaster11 ($104,951.00)
2nd place:    log1c07 ($67,727.00)
3rd place:    d3fault ($50,149.00)
4th place:    pokerjamers ($37,741.00)
5th place:    mrcool0710 ($26,367.00)
6th place:    MrsESPN ($17,578.00)
7th place:    Rebellz ($11,891.00)
8th place:    Taskenspillr ($8,272.00)
9th place:    butler0815 ($6,204.00)

$750,000 Guarantee

The biggest offering of the Sunday events on Full Tilt Poker was the $200 + $16 tournament with the $750K guarantee, and registration rose again this week as 3,466 players signed up to participate. The number wasn’t enough, though, to meet the guarantee, so Full Tilt added money as an overlay for the players and the prize pool was set at $750,000. The final 522 players standing were paid, and eventually the final table played out, and it was remarkable as Jymaster11 soared to the top after winning the Sunday Brawl just hours earlier. Finally, Jymaster11 defeated pajeropy and claimed the second major title of the week and nearly $133, a very significant feat indeed.

1st place:    Jymaster11 ($132,787.50)
2nd place:    pajeropy ($80,250.00)
3rd place:    mstrkrft55 ($52,500.00)
4th place:    BenjaminJ75 ($41,400.00)
5th place:    da_professional ($31,050.00)
6th place:    CEP ARROWHEAD ($23,025.00)
7th place:    PrtyPsux ($17,250.00)
8th place:    pmshoww ($13,500.00)
9th place:    theVisionay ($10,050.00)

The Sunday Mulligan
One of the long-time favorite tournaments of Full Tilt players is the Mulligan, as it is a simple standby event with a $200 + $16 buy-in and $200K guarantee. The tournament did attract a standard crowd this week as well, with 1,316 players, which put the prize pool up to $263,200 and allowed the top 135 players to cash out. But the five-figure payouts awaited the very last few finishers, and Intervention was able to defeat csimmsux to take down the biggest payout of nearly $58K for the win.

1st place:    Intervention ($57,904.00)
2nd place:    csimmsux ($36,848.00)
3rd place:    HankDahTank ($26,649.00)
4th place:    BLUEberLEEZ ($21,385.00)
5th place:    herdgolf86 ($16,134.16)
6th place:    BUBBLESftt ($11,844.00)
7th place:    sozsozsoz ($7,632.80)
8th place:    FIREZU ($5,527.20)
9th place:    Machinguer ($3,948.00)

$200K Double Deuce
Full Tilt Poker offers a weekly best buy of its own, a solid $200K guarantee for the relatively small investment of $20 + $2. But the number of players was only slightly higher than the week before as 9,452 players anted up to compete, and that left Full Tilt to kick in some prize money to make the guarantee again and offer an overlay. Once the numbers were settled, there was enough money to pay 1,350 players, and when the tournament concluded, handballfiend lost the heads-up battle and had to give up the title and $31K in first place money to amen_lv.

1st place:    amen_lv ($31,000.00)
2nd place:    handballfiend ($21,000.00)
3rd place:    thustle ($14,800.00)
4th place:    APD0290 ($10,640.00)
5th place:    logicwins ($7,800.00)
6th place:    Gags30 ($5,600.00)
7th place:    bullythis ($4,000.00)
8th place:    waynep1321 ($2,860.00)
9th place:    Pvilleplaya ($2,022.00)

UB Poker

$200K Guaranteed

Registration stayed fairly solid for the second week in a row for the big weekend guarantee on the newly dubbed UB Poker. The $200K guarantee lured 1,044 players to the tables, a smaller number than the prior week but still enough to boost the prize pool up to $208,800. For those who paid the $200 + $15 buy-in, only the top-finishing 99 were able to make a profit, and team pro DEBO34 made the final two tables but exited in 17th place. Ultimately, T_MONEYY defeated THEGOATMAN to take down the top prize of more than $46K.

1st place:    T_MONEYY ($46,625.04)
2nd place:    THEGOATMAN ($27,874.80)
3rd place:    SANDLER1860 ($18,896.40)
4th place:    HEYIMDRO ($13,467.60)
5th place:    SKANKY980 ($11,379.60)
6th place:    BIGBADBARRYX ($9,291.60)
7th place:    KMTROC ($7,203.60)
8th place:    DCARLC ($5,115.60)
9th place:    YEHAK ($3,549.60)

Bodog

$100K Guaranteed

The Bodog Sunday guarantee was up to its old ways this week, suffering a decrease in registration back down to its usual less-than-600-player range. Only 593 players signed up for the $150 + $12 tournament that offered the guarantee of a $100K prize pool, which prompted the site to add money to that pool to make it an even number. The top 63 finishers were then paid from that money, and when the event was done, ShIpMyWaY had defeated phatcat to take down the first prize of $25K.

1st place:    ShIpMyWaY ($25,000.00)
2nd place:    phatcat ($15,000.00)
3rd place:    r4dakkl1 ($9,500.00)
4th place:    mr_dynomite ($7,000.00)
5th place:    pobson02 ($5,500.00)
6th place:    MoZaK ($4,500.00)
7th place:    8 JUNIOR ($3,500.00)
8th place:    the spankster ($2,200.00)
9th place:    VOITTAJATYPPI ($1,700.00)

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