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Fedor Holz Wins 3rd Consecutive Aria High Roller

While Jason Mercier cannot be stopped in Rio, Fedor Holz works on winning back the $200K he lost on a prop bet with Mercier. This year Fedor “GrownUpGuy” Holz is unstoppable as he won his 3rd straight Aria High Roller event. This brought his live tournament earnings from the last year to $9 million. First, he won the $50k Super High Roller at the beginning of this month for $637,392 and a week later the $25k High Roller for $393,120. On Friday he added one more $25k High Roller to his name for $276,012. The wunderkind posted on Twitter about his achievement: But this is not all. In the last week of May, Holz finished runner-up in the $300k Super High Roller for $3,5 million […]

Jason Mercier Wins Bracelet #2

It’s been a great week for Jason Mercier Earlier this week Mercier won the $10,000 no-limit 2-7 event at the 2016 WSOP for $273,335. Right after this tournament he registered for the $10,000 Razz event, where he did a runner-up finish for $168,936. Then the 29-year-old poker pro registered for the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. event and came into the final table as a chip leader. Mercier managed to defeat a 171-player field, taking down $422,874 and his second gold bracelet of the summer. The Floridian has five career bracelets and more than $17,1 million in winnings. He stands at 11th place on the all-time live tournament earnings list. “This feels amazing,” Mercier said. “Especially, after all, that’s happened this week. I’m so exhausted. But I also […]

Jason Mercier Wins His Fourth Bracelet

29-year-old poker pro defeated a field of 100 players After winning the $10,000 2-7 Draw tournament and taking the first-prize of $273,335, Jason Mercier said that this was one of his biggest scores. “I’d say this was the second best of the four,” Mercier told WSOP reporters. “The first one you get is always the most special. But I have been wanting to win this event for a long time and to get here against this kind of field was really nice. It also helps that I had lots of side action riding on winning a bracelet this year.” And he doesn’t stop here. Before the WSOP Jason booked the biggest bracelet bets of his career. He had bets on winning a single bracelet, and […]

Ben Keeline Wins the Colossus II for $1 Million

After six days of grinding, The Colossus II tournament at the 2016 World Series of Poker has its winner The event with $565 buy-in drew a total of 21,613 entries, while last year they were 22,374. It is not a surprise that the player with the most experience at the final table took down the tournament. Ben Keeline topped the field for the amazing $1,000,000 first-prize. Keeline has four WSOP cashes, sixteen WSOP Circuit cashes, and a Circuit ring. He came into the final second in chips with 19,9 million and beat out Jiri Horak in a heads-up match. After several hours of play came the final hand. It was quite funny as both players believed they had won. But the bad news received Horak, […]

Breaking Bad Star Aaron Paul Joins GPL

Aaron Paul had a great debut in the Global Poker League Emmy award winning actor had a lot of fun while playing against poker pro Fabrice Soulier and eventually went 2-1 over three matches. And he did all of that in the high-tech GPL Cube that allowed the spectators to watch the action through glass. Aaron Paul got some coaching from his teammates from LA Sunset, Maria Ho and Olivier Busquet, and he put it to excellent use. “They gave me some inside information on how Fabrice tends to play,” Paul said. “I’ve watched him play quite a bit, but it’s always tough going heads-up against a true pro. I do this for fun.” Breaking Bad star is not new to poker. He showed up […]

Super High Roller Bowl: Rainer Kempe on Top of the Final Table

The 2016 Super High Roller Bowl is now down to seven players, and everyone has guaranteed at least $600,000 prize Rainer Kempe was able to bag up 5,545,000 chips thanks to a collision with Dan Smith. When Kempe raised to 110,000 from CO, Smith called from the SB and Fedor Holz folded the BB. On the flop came ::Th::8h::6s and Smith checked. Kempe bet 165,000, while Smith check-raised to 475,000  and after a while Kempe moved all in. Smith called. Kempe showed ::8c::8s for middle set while Smith had ::6c::6h for bottom set. The next two streets didn’t bring any changes and Smith was left with 175,000. 40 minutes later, he was eliminated. Behind Kempe is Fedor Holz, who ended the day with 2,190,000. The […]

Matt Berkey Leads $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl

Only the top seven players will make the money and the champion is going to grab $5 million Only 16 players made it to Day 3 in the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl, and the leader is Matt Berkey. The poker pro has 2,816,000, more than 2x of his nearest competitor. Berkey managed to bag up his stack thanks to a massive pot against Tom Marchese. The 34-year-old pro caught Marchese’s bluff and grabbed a pot of over 900,000. The chip leader of Day 1, Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov, couldn’t see the end of Day 2. He lost a big pot with ::Ah::Qh against Dan Colman’s ::As::Ad and eventually was eliminated by Jason Mercier and his flush. Berkey is the only one player with more than […]

Timofey Kuznetsov Leads Super High Roller Bowl

After Day 1 of the Super High Roller Bowl at Aria, Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov leads the remaining 35 players Probably Aria Resort & Casino is the best place for playing for Timofey Kuznetsov. He has only two live scores, and both are from tournaments in Aria. Last summer he played at the Super High Roller Bowl’s final table and won $2,125,000. His second score came from his first place at a $50,000 buy-in event at Aria for around $750,000. With his lead after Day 1, he is on pace for third cash. The Russian poker pro has 1,129,500 in chips and is the only one to break through the seven-digit barrier. Russian’s closest competition is Matt Berkey (745,500) and Fedor Holz (736,500). Last December, both […]