Weekend Review: Sunday Million no longer a pipe dream for Dietrich

A brief round-up of the world of PokerStars this past weekend...


Weekend highlights on PokerStars

Pipedream17 wins the Sunday Million
New look PokerStars School launched


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Pipedream17 wins Sunday Million

A two way deal secured Mike "Pipedream17" Dietrich a first prize of $142,000 in this week's Sunday Million, with $131,000 to second placed RichieA7s.

As Jason Kirk reported, it marked a personal best for Dietrich, who adds a Sunday Million title to his already sparkling resume.

Here's the result in full.

Sunday Million ($215 NL Hold'em) results
Entries: 5,948 (4,853 entries, 1,095 re-entries)
Prize pool: $1,166,400
Places paid: 1,052

1. Mike "Pipedream17" Dietrich (Canada) $142,031.04*
2. RichieA7s (Lithuania) $131,300.13*
3. mr.sun279 (China) $79,098.40
4. Evoryan (United Kingdom) $55,508.87
5. Robert "Little Kraut" Deppe (Canada) $38,954.52
6. botteonpoker (Brazil) $27,337.12
7. CrazyLissy (Russia) $19,184.44
8. Vissam78 (Netherlands) $13,463.17
9. xXOLIVATOXx (Brazil) $9,448.16
* denotes results of a heads-up deal leaving $20,000 for the winner


Weekend winners

A look at the top ten results from the weekend on PokerStars.

TOURNAMENTWINNERCOUNTRYPRIZE MONEY
$215 SUNDAY MILLIONPipedream17Canada $142,031.04
$215 Sunday Warm-UpheyalissonBrazil $48,352.84
$700 Super-Sized Sunday [Progressive KO]CinguzisLatvia $36,064.98
$1,050 Sunday Grand NLHE12u55Canada $35,531.82
$215 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo]Fear1sWisdomUnited Kingdom $34,831.82
$1,050 Sunday Grand PLO [6-Max]Fresh_oO_DGermany $27,707.14
$11 Sunday StormSaquirdNetherlands $24,164.93
$109 Sunday Cooldown [Turbo]MendaLerendaUnited Kingdom $21,251.02
$22 Mini Sunday MillionThe39playerRomania $19,264.45
$320 Saturday KOKaktus26rusRussia$15,410.85

Click here to pick out some of the other big winners from the weekend of October 14 to 15, 2017 on PokerStars.


PSO becomes PokerStars School

Countless poker journeys have begun on PokerStars, specifically what was formerly known as PokerSchool Online, where amateurs and professionals alike learned about the game and refined their skills.

Last week PSO become PokerStars School with a new look, some new features, and what we think is a more interactive and user friendly website. Check out the PokerStars School homepage here.


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