Results Round-up: Grafton binks one for Team Pro, Andrew “stato_1” Hulme continues hot run

Sam Grafton

Here’s where you’ll find the latest highlights and PokerStars results, including the Sunday Majors and High Roller Club. Highlights this week include:

    • GJ’s Main Event reaches over double its guarantee
    • Sam Grafton binks one for Team Pro
    • Gustavo Mastelotto and “seijistar” among winners in HRC
    • Andrew “stato_1” Hulme continues hot run
    • Multiple scores for HATE007

Weekend highlights

GJ’s Lunar New Year finale a huge success: GJ’s Lunar New Year poker festival proved a success among micro-stakes players, particularly the Main Event. The event had a $20k guarantee, but the actual prize pool was more than double that, $47,471 from 4,844 entrants. “poriassat” of Finland won the Main Event for $5,673 following a three-way deal on the final table.

Sam Grafton

Team Pro player Sam Grafton takes down $215 Fat Sunday

Sam Grafton binks one for Team Pro: Team Pro were out in force. Following a multi-tourney heater last week, Lex Veldhuis took third place in the $530 Sunday Marathon this weekend for $4,034. But it was Sam “SamSquid” Grafton who was the star of the show this time. Grafton binked the $215 Fat Sunday for $3,021, then followed up with a fourth place finish in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-up for $6,795.

Gustavo Mastelotto among High Roller Club winners: In the High Roller Club, where online poker’s elite battle it out, “HansDenSvans” of Denmark made an assault on an extremely tough Sunday Warm-upfinal table to finish first for $16,194. In the Sunday HR, Gustavo “22ehnutzz” Mastelotto had to push through Jans Arends and Artur Martiroysan to lock up first place and add $41,567 to over $4.1 million in online winnings. In the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic, “seijistar” and “Gedis92” made a heads-up deal. Gedis92 took more from the deal and ultimately a bigger prize from the tourney, although it was seijistar who locked up the win for $16,370 – the entire tourney coming to a close in under two hours.

Andrew “stato_1” Hulme scores on multiple final tables

Andrew Hulme still on fire: Last week, Andrew “stato_1” Hulme won the $1,050 Saturday KO. The week before they won the $215 Fat Tuesday. Hulme’s hot run shows no sign of slowing. This time, the UK pro, who has over $3.5 million in online tournament winnings, came second in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-up for $12,124, second in the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown for $9,956, and final tabled the 50/50 Series Saver event for $2,238. It’ll be a lucrative year indeed if Hulme can keep it up.

Three big cashes for HATE007: Another player who did very well for themselves this weekend is “HATE007”. Although not quite locking up a first place, the Belarusian player impressed with a multitude of final table successes on Saturday. HATE007 placed sixth in the 50/50 Series Mini Bounty Builder HR for $4,088, second in the 50/50 Series Saturday Special for $13,083, and fifth in the $530 Bounty Builder HR for $3,630 – a total of over $20k in final table cashes.

DrawindDead leads $5k Titans: The $5k Titans event reached a prize pool of $630k from 126 entries. “DrawindDead” of Poland is the current chip lead with 9 players remaining, but it won’t be an easy ride on the final table, with the UK’s “Bit2Easy” in second and several prolific regs still in the running. With no Sunday Million running this weekend, the $5k Titans will be our Day 2 feature table. Check back tomorrow for full final table results.

50/50 Series update coming soon: The 50/50 Series ran its finale at the weekend, including the $1M Main Event, currently on break with 87 players remaining. The full 50/50 Series wrap-up post is coming soon. Published tomorrow, the series update will include all the stats, numbers and winners across the 50 events, including the Main Event. Keep your eyes peeled.


High Roller Club winners list

Below you’ll find the list of winners from this weekend’s biggest High Roller Club tourneys:


Sunday major winners list

Here you’ll see a list of winners for the most prestigious weekly Sunday majors:


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