WCOOP 2017: Jack "jAkDAriPAA" O'Neill collects #63-H title, $53K ($215 NLHE)

A couple of years ago the U.K. player Jack "jAkDAriPAA" O'Neill outlasted a tough final table including Adam "Adamyid" Owen to earn a SCOOP title in a $215 buy-in no-limit hold'em event. Tonight O'Neill turned the trick again, this time in a WCOOP -- the $215 buy-in Event #63-H. ...more

by Martin Harris on September 21, 2017 8:51 PM

WCOOP 2017: Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan notches another WCOOP; wins Event #6

On paper, the final table for WCOOP Event #62-H $530 PLO8 looked dangerous. After all, it featured a trio of WCOOP winners including Connor 'blanconegro' Drinan, Richard 'CHUFTY' Ashby, and Alex987. But for Drinan, an American online poker exile and regular on the global high-sta...more

by Pauly McGuire on September 21, 2017 7:21 PM

WCOOP 2017: Carster prevails in five-hour Event #59-H finale ($530 NLHE, 6-M

It's not often that entering the final table fifth of seven in chips still affords a player a chance at winning that depends on more than the cards, but Carster was in just such a position in Event #59-H. The slow structure and deep stacks around the table - Carster had more than...more

by Jason Kirk on September 21, 2017 5:13 PM

WCOOP 2017: 0$kar15 not grouchy after winning Event #61 ($2,100 NLHE, Heads-

Until this series, 163 players have a World Championship of Online Poker and Spring Championship of Online titles.Make that 164.The two-day Event #61-H $2,100 NLHE Heads-Up started with 128 runners playing an expedient seven hours on day one. The carnage left only eight players i...more

by David Aydt on September 21, 2017 2:59 PM

WCOOP 2017: kkopghy crowned king in Event #60-H ($2,100 FL 2-7 TD)

Sometimes you gotta get low to win big and kkopghy drew lower than anybody in Event #60-H. Whiel kkopghy didn't start the final table with the lead, our champion quickly took it over and then proceeded to run over (run under?) the final table. kkopghy swept through the final tabl...more

by Alex Villegas on September 21, 2017 10:08 AM

WCOOP 2017: Isildur1 among the day's winner as we reach Day 18

Seriously, if you haven't won a WCOOP title this year yet get a move on. There are now only four more days of tournament to play remaining. Read on for the latest results, including that of the special edition Super Tuesday.Day18The headlines for ThursdayThe special edition Super...more

by Stephen Bartley on September 21, 2017 3:21 AM

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

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