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Brits Continue to Crush Sundays; Christopher Brammer Wins FTOPS Event #1

Christopher Brammer

Every Monday, almost without fail, we have to write an article about British players scooping huge scores in Sunday Majors on PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. This Monday is no different because a number of Brits bagged themselves some impressive scores and victories yesterday. Keep reading to discover more.

At around 06:15 this morning, as the majority of people were waking and preparing themselves for work, Christopher Brammer was heading to bed safe in the knowledge his bankroll had grown by $129,611.00. You see, Brammer took down FTOPS Event #1 on Full Tilt Poker and was awarded almost $130,000 for his efforts.

“Just won FTOPS event 1 oioiiiiiii!!” was the simple yet effective Facebook update from Brammer. That says it all really.

Prior to Brammer’s fantastic win, plenty of other Brits celebrated getting their hands on impressive scores. “luetch1” won the Sunday Warm-Up at PokerStars for a cool $96,745.31, a tournament that Luke “LFmagic” Fields and Toby “810ofclubs” Lewis finished fourth and 20th in; Fields won $35,431.50 for his efforts.

There were also victories for “jackziyang” in the $109+R Sunday Rebuy ($55,575.00 in prize money), while Craig “mcc3991” McCorkell followed up last week’s Super Tuesday win by winning the $162 Sunday Six Max for $25,567.50. Andrew “VickyG85” Teng, better known as “Tufat23,” boosted his bankroll by $49,970.12 when he outlasted 1,313 opponents in the Sunday Supersonic.

Elsewhere, “horner26” reached the final table of the Sunday Million, falling in eighth place for $16,951.20 and “Scarer” finished sixth in the Sunday 2nd Chance. Also, “Joker_JimB” chopped The Bigger $162 four ways to scoop $22,986.30, a tournament that was won by Andrey “ThePateychuk” Pateychuk.

We are sure you agree, it was another fine Sunday for our British poker heroes. Here’s to yet more huge scores in the next seven days

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