British Online Grinders Enjoy a Super Sunday – Agora Poker

British Online Grinders Enjoy a Super Sunday

British Online Grinders Enjoy a Super Sunday

UK & Ireland PokerNews Sunday Briefing Sunday 31 July was a great day to have a Union Jack next to your alias in the online poker world. Not only did the England ladies win the European Championships, ending a 56-year trophy drought for English football fans, but several British online grinders padded their bankrolls with bankroll-boosting scores.

The PokerStars MicroMillions High Roller may have had an affordable buy-in of $55, but it still generated a $327,300 prize pool when 6,546 players turned out to support it. The last player standing and, therefore, recipient of $46,507 was the United Kingdom’s “deanlogue,” the winner of the largest prize of the bust 2022 PokerStars Sunday MicroMillions schedule.

Brits almost enjoyed a MicroMillions High Roller/Main Event double, but “jimpot139” had to make do with a second-place finish in the Main Event. “jimpot139” outlasted more than 27,500 opponents but fell at the final hurdle to turn their $22 into $26,454.

Also at PokerStars , the following players finished July 31 with sizeable prizes in their accounts. demondoink – second-place in the $109 Sunday Warm-Up for $14,202

Jagz7 – fifth-place in the $109 Sunday Warm-Up for $5,144

Toneyyyyyy – second-place in the MicroMillions 205: $5.50 NLHE 8-Max PKO for $4,084*

tslugzz – sixth-place in the $109 Sunday Warm-Up for $3,667

Rhoshampyro – first-place in the Hotter $109 for $3,653*

PokerDave476 – third-place in the Hotter $44 for $1,244 ChipsFool – first-place in the Bigger $55 for $927 gambitd686 – first-place in the Bigger $27 for $916 Min-raiseFTW – second-place in the Bigger $27 for $683 Over at 888poker , “TedCooper” reached the final table of the $525 buy-in High Roller Finale , part of The Festival Online . Unfortunately, he finished could not progress deeper than seventh for $2,006. “mad_house_19” not only reached the final table of the $40,000 POK Triple Threat 55 but emerged victoriously for a $6,452 score, including bounties. Fellow Brit “debigbanana” finished sixth for $1,551, while Ireland’s “MIKEPOSTLE” crashed out in eighth for $606.There were even some solid results at GGPoker where “ross234” finished third in the €315 GGMaster Bounty Battle of Malta Online […]

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