Sunday Briefing: DrAnubis Takes Down Sunday Million
Earlier this year, “DrAnubis” navigated his way to the final table of the PokerStars Sunday Million, but fell in fifth-place. Fast-forward to November 20 and DrAnubis found himself at the final table of online poker’s biggest weekly tournament, and this time he did the business.
DrAnubis was part of a three-way chop before going on to be the last player standing from the 5,285 entries. This week, including the deal, the victory was worth a cool $130,172.16. Second-place when to another British player, this player being “Beckinnz” who collected $96,801.30.
Uk-based Spaniard Cesar “Ce$arSpa” Garcia finished as runner-up in the $215 Bounty Builder for $12,059 with Breixo “PalomoBuchon” Gonzalez finishing sixth in the same tournament for a $3,813.38 score.
In the Hot $162, “pkace666” helped themselves to the $4.392.38 fifth-place prize, with Ireland’s “Noogaii” seeing his $700 Super-Sized Sunday run end with a seventh-place finish worth $5,806.86, and “dooie07” collecting $4,899.31 for their fifth-place finish in the $109 Bounty Builder.
There was a British one-two in the $109 Bubble Dash. “Eric2441989” was the runner-up and banked $7,685.67 while “Liqqa” won the tournament for $10,591.11. Also in the winner’s circle was Harry “Iamapoopie” Lodge who took down the Hot $109 for $18,683.34, the same tournament that Team PokerStars Pro Jake Cody finished seventh in for $2,581.26.
Over in the $1,050 Sunday Grand PLO, Frenchman Sylvain “calculer_” Loosli finished second for $24,962.81 with the aforementioned “PalomoBuchon” winning the $215 Sunday Supersonic for $35,065.87 with “mr choo” being the third-place finisher for $14,982.84.
Across to Partypoker now where Paul “pvasnunes” Vas Nunes finished sixth in the $50,000 Gtd Weigh-In for a $2,467.42 addition to his bankroll and Oliver “ThreeBunPass” Price continued his awesome run in the $100,000 Gtd Super High Roller, finishing second this week for $27,562.50.
Finally, the results from 888poker events. “HappyHour4U” enjoyed their run in the $120,000 Mega Deep, eventually busting in fifth-place for $6,525.48 while “carpediem14” also finished fifth but in the $5,000 Turbo Mega Deep for $2,700.