The weekend is over leaving in its trail a long list of winners, some of whom are featured here.
• Apekatt666 of Norway wins the Sunday Million and a first prize of $100,722 after a five-way deal.
As Jason Kirk reported this week, the Sunday Million was all about the deal this weekend, a five-way one to be specific, from which the eventual winner took $100,722. That figure, as big as it is, meant for the first time in, well, a long time, the Sunday Million winner wasn’t the highest earner of the weekend (more on that later) although as the results below show it was fourth placed CherryOnTop who earned the biggest chunk of the deal, which you could say was the cherry on top.
Sunday Million results (March 19, 2017)
Prize pool: $1,107,800
Places paid: 899
1. Apekatt666 (Norway) $100,722*
2. meneerbeer (Netherlands) $86,465.20*
3. Ballertimes (Finland) $66,000*
4. CherryOnT0p (Sweden) $114,002*
5. H1TMANSH (Belarus) $86,475.03*
6. Kenzhinznho (Brazil) $26,368.52
7. POG_Q4 (Brazil) $18,249.12
8. rodrigobmz (Brazil) $12,629.91
9. klem90 (Austria) $8,740.98
* denotes results of a five-way deal that left $20,000 for the winner
As alluded to a moment ago, it wasn’t the Sunday Million winner who topped the pay-outs this weekend. Instead that went to edg40, who won the Sixth Anniversary edition of the Sunday Storm, which had a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million. That meant a first prize of $107.731.
The best of the rest are listed below.
|$11 Sunday Storm 6th Anniversary||edg40||Brazil||$107,731.84|
|$215 SUNDAY MILLION||Apekatt666||Norway||$100,772.00|
|$1,050 Sunday Grand NLHE||caecilius||Canada||$54,731.14|
|$215 Sunday Warm-Up||huang33||China||$39,563.66|
|$700 Super-Sized Sunday [Progressive KO]||oakley007274||Brazil||$39,463.87|
|$215 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo]||Madcandle||Finland||$37,212.76|
|$22 Mini Sunday Million||WarWarAAA||Russian||$27,115.71|
|$1,050 Sunday Grand PLO [6-Max]||Secret_M0d3||Slovakia||$26,417.53|
|$109 Sunday Cooldown [Turbo]||R0HR||Germany||$24,763.28|
|$320 Saturday KO||most3rs||United Kingdom||$17,904.63|
Find all the results for the weekend of March 18 to 19, 2017 on PokerStars, by clicking here.
We’ve reached the final day of the PokerStars Championship Panama, with the main event and high roller set to play to a winner later today.
In the former Denis Timofeev holds the chip lead with six players remaining, details of which you can read here. Meanwhile in the High Roller, Steve O’Dwyer leads the final five with Team Pro Felipe Ramos still in the mix, albeit with a short stack. Catch up on the latest here.
The PokerStars Championship Macau is the next stop after Panama. To get yourself in the mood, read our post about how Macau overtook Las Vegas as the world’s top gambling destination.