Find Out Who Grabbed Themselves a $135,000 Score This Weekend

Artur Martirosian

Russian star Artur Martirosian helped himself to yet another six-figure score on March 14 when he finished in first place in the $5,250 Sunday 500 High Rollers event at GGPoker.

Martirosian was one of 117 players who bought in for $5,250 and help create a $585,000 prize pool. The top 17 finishers won a slice of this prize, so spare a thought for 18th place finisher Sam Greenwood who burst the money bubble.

Adrian Mateos, Timothy Adams, and Pablo Silva were the first players to cash in this tournament. Other luminaries, including Mike Watson, Sami Kelopuro, Niklas Astedt, and Michael Addamo also saw a return on their investment.

All nine of the players at the final table locked up at least $14,275. Ivan Zufic was the man who got his hands on this sum. Laurynas Levinskas, “riverking3497”, Joakim Andersson, and Patrick Leonard joined Zufic on the sidelines.

Isaac Haxton’s impressive run ended in a fourth-place finish worth $58,265 before David Coleman busted in third for $77,191, which sent the tournament into the heads-up stage.

Martirosian and Seth Davies clashed one-on-one and it was Martirosian who came out of that skirmish with the $135,486 top prize in tow. Davies consoled himself with a $102,266 runner-up prize.

$5,250 Sunday 500 High Rollers Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Artur Martirosian Russia $135,486
2 Seth Davies Canada $102,266
3 David Coleman Canada $77,191
4 Isaac Haxton Canada $58,265
5 Patrick Leonard Hungary $43,979
6 Joakim Andersson Tunisia $33,196
7 riverking3497 Canada $25,056
8 Laurynas Levinskas Austria $18,913
9 Ivan Zufic Croatia $14,275

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Jiiizes Takes Down $10,300 Omaholic High Roller for $197K

Norway’s “Jiiizes” won almost $200,000 when the finished on top of an 84-strong field in the $10,300 Omaholic Super High Roller.

Only 10 of those 84 entrants saw some prize money wing its way to their GGPoker account, but what a 10 they were. Superstars including Epsen Myrmo, Gavin Cochrane, Ami Barer, Niklas Astedt, Andras Nemeth, and Sami Sipila all fell short of victory. Germany’s Dirk Gerritse crashed out in third and netted the first six-figure prize, $121,916, of the tournament, leaving Jiiizes and Kamel Mokhammad heads-up.

The Norwegian defeated their Ukrainian opponent and laid claim to the $196,768 top prize, leaving Mokhammad to bank $154,884.

$10,300 Event #4: Omaholic Super High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Jiiizes Norway $196,768
2 Kamel Mokhammad Ukraine $154,884
3 Dirk Gerritse Germany $121,916
4 Samuel Sipila Finland $95,965
5 Andras Nemeth Hungary $75,538
6 Niklas Astedt Canada $59,459
7 Ami Barer Canada $46,802
8 Gavin Cochrane United Kingdom $36,840
9 Espsen Myrmo Norway $28,998

Other Notable Victories at GGPoker

*includes bounty payments

NakedFish Triumphs in the 888Poker Big Shot 109 Main Event

The 888poker $150,000 Big Shot 109 Main Event drew in a total crowd of 1,386 this week, resulting in an $11,400 overlay. The main beneficiary of this was “NakedFish” who was the last player standing, a result worth $21,915. Two other players walked away with five-figure prizes to brag about. Runner-up “mrlogik” secured a $16,020 payout with “9saymon” reeling in an $11,775 score.

Four players won five-figure prizes in the $100,000 Big Shot 525. “aa0rba” of Brazil won the largest slice of the $100,000 prize pool, namely $22,000. Runner-up “Zebest7r” scooped $17,000 with “madfred01” winning $13,000 for their third-place finish. “kiskutya23” was eliminated in fourth and they banked $10,000.

Teun Mulder Wins PokerStars Sunday Supersonic

Teun “tinnoemulder” Mulder’s decision to fire a second $1,050 bullet in the Sunday Supersonic at PokerStars was a great one because it resulted in him taking down the tournament for $25,121.

Mulder came out on top of the hyper-turbo structured event after only 2 hours 19 minutes of poker action, despite 110 entrants, defeating Vlad “VladTheSlaye” Martynenko heads-up to claim the title. Martynenko walked away with the $19,266 consolation prize.

Earlier at the final table, Poland’s “luckyman147” and Brazilian sensation Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani fell by the wayside, before Niklas “Lena900” Astedt busted in fourth-place. “Remi Lebo_10” crashed out in third to leave Mulder and Martynenko heads-up.

$1,050 Sunday Supersonic Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Tuen “tinnoemulder” Mulder Netherlands $25,121
2 Vlad “VladTheSlaye” Martynenko Ukraine $19,266
3 Remi Lebo_10 Ukraine $14,776
4 Niklas “Lena900” Astedt Sweden $11,332
5 Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani Brazil $8,691
6 luckyman147 Poland $6,666

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Oliver “bigpapyboss” Rebello Takes Down $1,050 Sunday High Roller

The $1,050 Sunday High Roller ended in a heads-up chop between Oliver “bigpapyboss” Rebello and Lithuanian superstar Matas “bebaimis777” Cimbolas.

Winning this tournament is never a simple task because it attracts some of poker’s most recognisable names. Marton “noirduck” Czuczor was one of those household names. His tournament ended in seventh place for $9,837. Artem “veeea” Vezhenkov was another, the three-time Sunday Million champion collecting $23,455 after his exit in fourth.

“RaiseUpBlind” fell in third, leaving Cimbolas and Rebello heads-up. The pair struck a deasl before Rebello defeated Cimbolas in the one-on-one clash.

$1,050 Sunday High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Oliver “bigpapyboss” Rebello Canada $48,353*
2 Matas “bebaimis777” Cimbolas Lithuania $49,436*
3 RaiseUpBlind Canada $31,335
4 Artem “veeea” Vezhenkov Russia $23,455
5 flerrehuve Sweden $17,557
6 aminolast Canada $13,142
7 Marton “noirduck” Czuczor Hungary $9,837
8 anteen Sweden $7,363

*reflects a heads-up deal

Other Notable Victories at PokerStars

*includes bounty payments

Delaine Binks The High Roller Big Game at partypoker

Tom Delaine won an $840 buy-in tournament at GGPoker while grinding out the $2,600 High Roller Big Game at partypoker. The result was the same with Delaine being crowned the tournament’s champion. The $81,260 he won at partypoker was far chunkier than his GGPoker prize, however.

Some 138 players turned out for this weekend’s event and Delaine outshone them all. The final table read like a who’s who of the poker world with the likes of Pascal Lefrancois, Timothy Adams, Andras Nemeth, and Daniel Dvoress all reaching the final nine places.

Delaine found himself up against Thomas Muehloecker and he brushed him aside to net the largest score at partypoker this weekend. Muehloecker, while disappointed not to win, must be please with the $53,572 he got his hands on.

$2,600 High Roller Big Game Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Tom Delaine Netherlands $81,260
2 Thomas Muehloecker Austria $53,572
3 Daniel Dvoress Canada $36,650
4 Benjamin McMenemey United Kingdom $25,815
5 Jonas Hagstrom Sweden $19,068
6 Sergei Denisov Russia $15,190
7 Andras Nemeth Hungary $12,788
8 Timothy Adams Canada $10,819
9 Pascal Lefrancois Canada $8,913

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Mastelotto Chops Big Game With Ramos

It was a Brazilian one-two in the $530 Big Game thanks to Gustavo Mastelotto and Dennys Ramos chopping the tournament when heads-up. Mastelotto is the man credited with the victory and he walked away with $36,889 for his efforts. Ramos padded his bankroll with $35,870 as part of the deal.

Two other players helped themselves to five-figure prizes. David Szep’s third-place finish resulted in a $20,623 prize, while Dan Connolly of Ireland collected $13,658 when his tournament ended abruptly in fourth.

$530 Big Game Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Gustavo Mastelotto Brazil $36,889*
2 Dennys Ramos Brazil $35,870*
3 David Szep Hungary $20,623
4 Dan Connolly Ireland $13,658
5 Pascal Hartmann Austria $9,526
6 Marc Lange Austria $7,550
7 Andrii Romancha Ukraine $6,065
8 Carlos Branco Croatia $4,917
9 Julien Sitbon United Kingdom $3,991

*reflects a heads-up deal

Other Notable Results From partypoker

*includes bounty payments