WCOOP 2017: DeuceofDuc0 dips, then dominates in Event #53-H ($530 NLHE)

When play got heads-up in Event #53-H, DeuceofDuc0 just wanted a quick smoke.Our final two players cut a deal that guaranteed both of them a six-figure score and our champion asked for a few more minutes to indulge and let things soak in over a cigarette. It was DeuceofDuc0's biggest score and the v...more

by Alex Villegas on September 19, 2017 7:29 PM

WCOOP 2017: L1TE-BR1TE shines brightest in #52-H ($1,050 Razz)

As expected, the $1,050 buy-in razz tournament -- Event #52-H in this year's World Championship of Online Poker on PokerStars -- attracted a tough, talented field of experts who are among the best at making the worst poker hands. All told there were 177 entries (123 uniques), and after two days of l...more

by Martin Harris on September 19, 2017 1:06 PM

Satellite qualifiers flocking to WCOOP Main Event

Well, well, well. This is shaping up to be one very interesting World Championship of Online Poker Main Event. As you probably know by now, the big daddy of the WCOOP series is the $10 million guaranteed Main Event. It was always bound to draw a crowd if only for the guaranteed $1.5 million first pr...more

by Brad Willis on September 19, 2017 12:09 PM

WCOOP 2017: Power2prut wins Sunday Million to headline Day 16

Four more winners for the headlines today as WCOOP nudges towards that point where you think "I haven't won one yet... I'd better get a move on."Day16The headlines for TuesdayThere were wins for Spacey-space, Thiago Wks., power2prut and Zagalo87 since yesterday, the biggest being the special edition...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 19, 2017 2:30 AM

WCOOP 2017: power2prut powers through another Sunday Million in Event #50-H

This wasn't power2prut's first Sunday Million final table. Around 10 years ago, power2prut made the Sunday Million final table with the chip lead and powered through that field, staying up top and knocking out players to take the title. power2prut won $180,000 for that victory and now power2prut has...more

by Alex Villegas on September 18, 2017 9:51 PM

WCOOP 2017: Epic Thiago Wks. comeback worth $134K in Event #49-H ($215 NLHE

"do you want even chop?"Thiago Wks. made the offer but Sw33ney, in the lead by about five big blinds, never responded. That was fine - after scraping through the early stages of Day 2 and then playing second fiddle for most of the final table, the Brazilian wanted more anyway. That desire for more h...more

by Jason Kirk on September 18, 2017 6:47 PM

WCOOP 2017: Zagalo87 obliterates final table; wins $25K PLO High Roller (Eve

Unstoppable Zagalo87. Utter decimation. Zagalo87 knocked out five players at the 6-max final table for Event #51-H $25,000 PLO High Roller. After a three-way money chop, Zagalo87 only needed five hands to defeat the last two players at the final table. No one could stop Zagalo87, who liquidated ever...more

by Pauly McGuire on September 18, 2017 4:19 PM

WCOOP 2017: Spacey-Space plays out of this world, wins #48-H ($215 NLHE, 8-M

Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann has had quite a WCOOP so far, and while he didn't make the headline for Event #48-H we're giving him the first paragraph. After winning Event #5-H ($215 PLO), Hartmann earned a runner-up over the weekend in Event #38-H ($215 NLHE), and today finished second again in anothe...more

by Martin Harris on September 18, 2017 1:17 PM

WCOOP 2017: Notable first time winners headline Day 15

You know how this works by now. It's a Monday so that means a ton of weekend results, with a full card awaiting players later today. Read on to get the details.Day15The headlines from the weekendThere were some big results from the weekend on PokerStars, and some big winners to go with them, some of...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 18, 2017 4:20 AM

WCOOP 2017: ruthless848 wins stacked #47-H ($2,100 NLHE, 8-Max), denies DSmu

What a stacked finish for this one! Event #47-H of this year's World Championship of Online Poker, a $2,100 buy-in, eight-handed no-limit hold'em tournament, drew a predictably talented field of competitors, with the last couple of tables full of familiar names with long résumés of tournament succes...more

by Martin Harris on September 17, 2017 9:01 PM
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