Stephen Chidwick Wins Again

Stephen Chidwick

They say nothing in life is certain except death and taxes. Well, you can add Stephen Chidwick shipping major tournaments that he goes deep in to that limited list. Chidwick, the biggest tournament winning in the entire United Kingdom, found himself in the winner’s circle again this weekend, taking down a high roller event online at GGPoker.

Chidwick’s latest victory came in the $5,250 High Rollers Sunday Blade Opener. Only 42 players bought in and five of those walked away with some prize money.

David Peters busted in fifth for $21,771 with Seth Davies crashing out in fourth for $29,033. Daniel Dvoress’ exit in third place awarded him $38,716, and left Chidwick heads-up against Chidwick. The British star rarely loses once he reaches heads-up and he did not lose this time around. $68,848 made its way to Chidwick’s account while Pavlo Kolinkovskiy collected the $51,629 runner-up prize.

There were plenty of other chunky scores enjoyed by players who call the United Kingdom and Ireland home. These included:

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British and Irish Enjoy Opening Weekend of the Irish Open at partypoker

The 2021 Irish Open festival kicked off at partypoker this weekend, and both British and Irish players have already enjoyed some success through the first handful of events.

Benjamin Voreland came agonisingly close to taking down the €530 Omaha High Roller, but ultimately had to make do with a runner-up finish worth €9,231. George Sandford and Gavin Cochrane joined Voreland at the final table, but fell in fourth and sixth-place for scores of €4,435 and €2,542 respectively.

Two Irish grinders reached the final table of the €55 Mini Omaha High Roller. Peter Barrable finished fourth from the 335 entrants to win €1,009 with Henrique Jardim busting in third for €1,509. The UK’s Abdelrahman Moursy finished second for €2,433 but not before striking a deal with Stefan Schuuring heads-up.

Finally, for partypoker results, a shout-out to Aaron Dyson who navigated this way through the majority of the 2,250-strong field of the $55 Mini Big Game, only to run out of steam in fourth-place. Dyson dragged in a $5,148 prize for his impressive run.

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888poker Proves a Happy Hunting Ground

Michael “RipCheader” Rosaman won this weekends $25,000 Sunday Big Shot 55 over at 888poker. Rosaman came out on top of a 583-strong field to bank the $5,331 top prize, defeating Ireland’s “3loonies” heads-up. Second-place weighed in at $3,865.

Two more of our players reached this particular final table. “boxyfox” finished fourth for a $2,046 prize while Ireland’s “Flopman420” busted in eighth for $609.

There were two Union Jacks at the final table of the $20,000 Sunday Big Shot 22, although neither players managed to take down the tournament. “tobbyroosters” had to make do with the $1,291 fourth place prize, with “Rcla66” going one place deeper and collecting $1,743.

$5,000 is the prize awarded to Charlie “chazcombes” Combes after he finished seventh in the $100,000 Big Shot 525 tournament.

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Several Deep Runs at PokerStars

Paul “Fold Machiii” Dando won one of the first PokerStars Sunday Majors of March 28, the $109 Sunday Starter. Dando came out on top of a 192-strong crowd to turn his $109 investment into $3,816. Fellow Brit “ImRichAreU?” joined Dando at the final table, but busted in seventh place for a $630 score.

Jonathan “Proudflop” Proudfoot and Luke “Bit2Easy” Reeves were finalists in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up. Proudfoot saw his tournament end in a seventh-place finish worth $3,899, but Reeves navigated his way to a runner-up finish that yielded $14,207.

Some of the other PokerStars results involving our players included:

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