Owain “sngwonder” Carey has enjoyed plenty of decent tournament scores over the last few months, and this Sunday he added another $21,187.57 to his lifetime winnings by finishing as the runner-up in the PokerStars Super-Sized Sunday.
Carey’s cash was made even more impressive by the fact the Super-Sized Sunday is a progressive knockout tournament, which meant he collected $13,629.79 in bounty payments in addition to his prize money, making this result one of Carey’s most profitable to date.
Also enjoying a big five-figure cash on Sunday was “roxy274” thanks to taking down the Big $215 for $23,231.23, while “mondonewc” collected $7,983.20 by finishing fourth in the Sunday Kickoff.
Three British players reached the final table of the Sunday Warm-Up this week. “Grazza” fell in ninth place for $3,008 with “ViCiuSMaXiMu” busting three places later in sixth for $11,280. “SonOfBadger” went the deepest, their tournament ending in a fifth place finish worth $14,288.
In the Big $109, “ross_654” fell at the last hurdle and was the second place finisher for $15,653.20. Earlier in that tournament, “KidVegas1” bust in eighth place for $2,286.36, while Carl “swansfc_CJ” Johns helped himself to the $2,662.26 seventh place prize in the Hot $109 to round up the PokerStars results.
888poker continued to be a happy hunting ground for British players this week, as is evident by some superb results enjoyed by players from our shores.
“roycieboy” found himself quids in by taken down the $100,000 Mega Deep for $21,722.80, the same tournament that Rick “whostoclaim” Trigg finished sixth in for $4,896 and “fullshroom” fell in ninth place for $1,762.56.
“BadModfoka1” was another player who won an 888poker tournament this Sunday, their tournament of choice was the $30,000 Turbo Mega Deep, and was worth a welcome $7,912. “riftuk19” bust from that particular event in fifth place and walked away with $2,208.
Over at partypoker, Ireland’s Nicholas “YerSoLucky” Newport won the $50,000 Gtd Weigh-In for a cool $10,209.36 while Sam “Sammy_squid” Grafton triumphed in the $30,000 Gtd Rebuy for an $8,004 addition to his bankroll.
Fresh from his final table at 888poker, Rick “tHeClaImEr1” Trigg finished fourth in the $150,000 Gtd Main Event for $10,200, a tournament that he had previously been champion of.
Finally, also at partypoker, Martin “TheBadgerBoy” Malone helped himself to the $8,850 fifth place prize in the $530 High Roller.