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partypoker Sunday LIVE Concludes

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With both the Super High Roller and Powerfest Main Event finished for the evening, that concludes our coverage of another incredible Sunday of online poker.

Be sure to tune in next weekend for more coverage as the WPT Online Series kicks off.

Gediminas Uselis Leads partypoker Powerfest Main Event Day 1B

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Lucas Reeves
Lucas Reeves

After just over seven hours, Lucas Reeves bagged the chip leader after Day 1B of the partypoker Powerfest Main Event.

He is followed by Gediminas Uselis, Martin Brinkmann and Christian Nolte with a total of 118 players advancing to Day 2.

The tournament's guarantee of $1,000,000 has already been broken, with 792 players on Day 1B combining with those from Day 1A to create a field of 1,313 players, generating a prize pool of $1.3 million. And with Day 1C still to come, that figure could rise further still.

partypoker's Dayane Kotoviezy and Dzmitry Urbanovich both advanced, with Jaime Staples and Joni Jouhkimainen both narrowly missing out.

partypoker Powerfest Main Event Day 1B Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Lucas ReevesIreland2,474,954
2Gediminas UselisLithuania2,082,138
3Martin BrinkmannUnited Kingdom1,740,071
4Christian NolteAustria1,597,268
5Pedro MadeiraBrazil1,504,883
6Stoyan MadanzhievLithuania1,487,794
7Luuk GielesNetherlands1,441,137
8Yuri GamaBrazil1,440,680
9Jesse JohnstonCanada1,433,908
10Joris RuysNetherlands1,378,989

Other notables through include Bruno Botteon, Romain Lewis, Niklas Astedt, Ryan Riess, Stefan Schillhabel and Koray Aldemir.

The 118 players who advanced will resume at 20:05 on Monday, April 26 and will play down to a final table of nine.

Jouhkimainen Busts Powerfest #29: High Roller Omaha

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Joni Jouhkimainen
Joni Jouhkimainen

Five-handed in the Powerfest #29: High Roller Omaha, Joni Jouhkimainen got his last ten big blinds in with {q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} against Kamel Mokhammad's {10-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{k-Spades}{j-Clubs}

The board was {9-Hearts}{6-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}{4-Clubs} and Jouhkimainen was eliminated in fifth place. He takes home $19,315.

Joni Jouhkimainen
Joni Jouhkimainen

Michael Addamo Leads Powerfest #28 - Super High Roller Ahead of Day 2

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Michael Addamo
Michael Addamo

It had to be him right? Michael Addamo spots a tournament with the words 'Super High Roller' in the title, and he sets out to make it his own. That's exactly what happened with the partypoker Powerfest #28 - Super High Roller.

Just 17 players remain all in the money - with Addamo and Portugal's Joao Vieira the only two players above a million in chips.

They are joined by partypoker Ambassadors Joni Jouhkimainen and Mikita Badziakouski as well as a host of big names such as Rob Yong, Justin Bonomo, Simon Mattsson, Alex Foxen.

Player to miss out on the money include Sami Kelopuro, Daniel Dvoress, Sam Greenwood and partypoker's Jason Koon.

Powerfest #28 - Super High Roller Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Michael AddamoUnited Kingdom1,493,226
2Joao VieiraNetherlands1,341,658
3Linus LoeligerAustria909,761
4Joni JouhkimainenFinland761,917
5Timothy NuterCanada705,689
6Nick PetrangeloCanada670,677
7Rob YongUnited Kingdom642,105
8Justin BonomoCanada571,010
9Francois BillardCanada409,771
10Eelis ParssinenFinland401,596

Brinkmann Leads Main Event

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Just six eliminations separate the players in the partypoker Powerfest Main Event Day 1B and a spot in Day 2.

Martin Brinkmann is the player int he lead ahead of Christian Nolte, Joris Ruys and Luuk Gieles.

The 119 players from Day 1B will join the 78 players from Day 1A in Day 2, along with any players who qualify from Day 1C which gets underway at 16:05 on Monday, April 26.

Can Rob Yong Make the Super High Roller Day 2

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Rob Yong
Rob Yong

Play is on the bubble of the Powerfest #28: Super High Roller, with 18 players remaining and 17 places paid. Day 1 will also finish once the tournament is in the money.

One of the players is Rob Yong who currently sits in the middle of the pack and is eyeing up a spot in Day 2 and a crack at the $249,791 payout.

159 Players Remain in Powerfest Main Event Day 1B

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Christian Nolte
Christian Nolte

The partypoker Powerfest Main Event Day 1B is down to 159 players, with only 119 players advancing to Day 2.

Here are the top 10 Chip Counts with Christian Nolte the current chip leader. partypoker's Dayane Kotoviezy, Jaime Staples, Dzmitry Urbanovich and Joni Jouhkimainen are all still aiming to make it through to Day 2.

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Christian NolteAustria1,543,777
2Bryan ParisNetherlands1,458,837
3Luuk GielesNetherlands1,411,298
4Martin BrinkmannUnited Kingdom1,344,782
5Lucas ReevesIreland1,312,679
6Quentin RousseyMalta1,172,258
7Poorya NazariCanada1,149,298
8Matas CikinasLithuania1,124,146
9Jorma NuutinenFinland1,107,556
10Jiachen GongCanada1,087,541

Theologis Cracks Kings

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Alexandros Theologis
Alexandros Theologis

It was all-in between Alexandros Theologis and Oleg Vasylchenko.

Alexandros Theologis: {a-Hearts}{j-Hearts}
Oleg Vasylchenko: {k-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}

Vasylchenko was ahead but the {8-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{4-Hearts} gave Theologis a flush draw. The turn was the {7-Spades} and the river {10-Hearts} completed Theologis' flush and sent Vaslychenko to the rail in seventh place at the Big Game final table.

Vasylchenko vs Theologis
Vasylchenko vs Theologis