WCOOP 2017: Tankanza with supreme victory in Event #57-H ($2,100 NL Super Tu

A half hour into a gripping heads-up bout between Tankanza and Pimmss, the big stack coughed up the lead. Tankanza won a decisive pot with a flush-over-flush situation and became the new chipleader. The tides had turned. With Pimmss on the ropes, the gluttonous and insatiable Tan...more

by Pauly McGuire on September 20, 2017 9:28 PM

WCOOP 2017: etxnl01 gets a second COOP title in Event #55-H ($215 NLHE 8-Max

etxnl01 is a knockout champion and those skills seemed to translate well to Win the Button tournaments.Some of the etxnl01's biggest cashes have come in K.O. tournaments, including a SCOOP title in last year's $2,100 Progressive K.O. tournament and a runner-up finish in a $530 Pr...more

by Alex Villegas on September 20, 2017 1:27 PM

WCOOP 2017: Strong Finnish! miikka84 sweeps final table to win #56-H ($530 N

Courchevel! Perhaps it should be called "the teasing game." After all, players are "teased" (in a way) by getting a peek at one community card preflop -- one-third of the traditional flop, you could say -- thereby getting a chance to fashion their preflop strategy accordingly.In ...more

by Martin Harris on September 20, 2017 11:50 AM

WCOOP 2017: 17 days played, six days remain

Five more days after today left in WCOOP before the Main Event this weekend. Check out the latest winners.Day17The headlines for WednesdayThree more winners, arguably the most notable being L1TE-BR1TE of Canada, who won Event 52 having led overnight and never having really given ...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 20, 2017 3:45 AM

WCOOP 2017: Brazil finishes 1-2-3; THE ONLY SON wins Event #54-H ($215 NL P

Win, place, show. Vamoooo! The Brazilians finished in the top three spots in WCOOP Event #54-H. Gustavo 'PIUlimeira' Ferreira went deep with a third-place finish. THE ONLY SON defeated Dowgh-Santos heads-up for the win as three players from Brazil finished 1-2-3. THE ONLY SON ban...more

by Pauly McGuire on September 19, 2017 10:14 PM

WCOOP 2017: DeuceofDuc0 dips, then dominates in Event #53-H ($530 NLHE)

When play got heads-up in Event #53-H, DeuceofDuc0 just wanted a quick smoke.Our final two players cut a deal that guaranteed both of them a six-figure score and our champion asked for a few more minutes to indulge and let things soak in over a cigarette. It was DeuceofDuc0's big...more

by Alex Villegas on September 19, 2017 7:29 PM

WCOOP 2017: L1TE-BR1TE shines brightest in #52-H ($1,050 Razz)

As expected, the $1,050 buy-in razz tournament -- Event #52-H in this year's World Championship of Online Poker on PokerStars -- attracted a tough, talented field of experts who are among the best at making the worst poker hands. All told there were 177 entries (123 uniques), and...more

by Martin Harris on September 19, 2017 1:06 PM

WCOOP 2017: Power2prut wins Sunday Million to headline Day 16

Four more winners for the headlines today as WCOOP nudges towards that point where you think "I haven't won one yet... I'd better get a move on."Day16The headlines for TuesdayThere were wins for Spacey-space, Thiago Wks., power2prut and Zagalo87 since yesterday, the biggest being...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 19, 2017 2:30 AM

WCOOP 2017: power2prut powers through another Sunday Million in Event #50-H

This wasn't power2prut's first Sunday Million final table. Around 10 years ago, power2prut made the Sunday Million final table with the chip lead and powered through that field, staying up top and knocking out players to take the title. power2prut won $180,000 for that victory an...more

by Alex Villegas on September 18, 2017 9:51 PM

WCOOP 2017: Epic Thiago Wks. comeback worth $134K in Event #49-H ($215 NLHE

"do you want even chop?"Thiago Wks. made the offer but Sw33ney, in the lead by about five big blinds, never responded. That was fine - after scraping through the early stages of Day 2 and then playing second fiddle for most of the final table, the Brazilian wanted more anyway. Th...more

by Jason Kirk on September 18, 2017 6:47 PM

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