Here’s where you’ll find the latest highlights and PokerStars results, including the Sunday Majors and High Roller Club. This week:
- Second SM deep run this month for Lui$starPRO$
- Renan “Internett93o” Bruschi wins Sunday HR
- kylix42 and Ivan Luca win HRC events
- 389 players remain in Storm Anniversary
Sunday Million state of play
The $109 Sunday Million took on a PKO format and, with 9,417 entries, has a prize pool of $1 million. Play is on break at the end of Day 1 with just 64 players remaining.
Spraggy had a decent run in this weekend’s Sunday Million before crashing out in 355th place and netting a few hundred dollars. “mpailos” of Greece is currently in second place and has accumulated the most in bounties, $3k so far. “szyszo98” has the chip lead with close to 6 million chips.
A player from Brazil who goes by the name of “Lui$starPRO$” is sitting in fifth place. Interestingly, Lui$starPRO$ was on the final table of the Sunday Million just two weeks ago, eventually cashing in fifth. Could this be their second final table assault in a month?
We’ll find out later on today when play resumes for Day 2. You can follow the action on PokerStars Twitch, and check back here tomorrow for updated results. For now, here’s how the Sunday Million looks for the top players.
High Roller Club highlights
In the High Roller Club, three players made a deal in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up to even out the prize money. “kylix42” of Brazil won the tournament for $10,336. Despite finishing second, “Carster” from Canada earned slightly more, walking away with $10,729.
Renan “Internet93o” Bruschi took down the PKO edition Sunday HR. After earning over $22k in bounties, the Brazilian pro’s total winnings for the event stood at $35,092. Carster came second for a total of $15,553. That’s two second place finishes for the Canadian.
Ivan “Negriin” Luca of Argentina won the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic, earning $16,740 in just a couple of short hours of poker.
kylix42 and Ivan Luca are also still in contention in the $5k Titans, meaning either one could potentially make a weekend double when play resumes. Pablo “pabritz” Silva of Brazil leads the Titans with nine players remaining. First place is set to take $115,217.
Sunday Majors highlights
The highlight event this weekend was the Sunday Storm 11th Anniversary. The event reached a total of 87,376 entries and has a prize pool of $1 million. At the end of Day 1, 389 players remain. “nOOOtAA” of Denmark is the current chip lead. The tourney will be playing down to finish this evening.
Elsewhere in the Sunday Majors, “Pigaoo” of Brazil won the $109 Sunday Warm-Up for $20,121, “J.Creutz” from Sweden took down the Sunday Supersonic for $16,243, and “TempoAntigo” of Malta topped the Cooldown for a total of $23,578.