David “MissOracle” Yan and Juanki “B4NKR0LL3R” Vecino were determined to end the 2022 PokerStars World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) on a high with the $85 million guaranteed festival’s end rapidly approaching. Both achieved that goal by capturing their first WCOOP title in addition to bankroll-boosting six-figure prizes. Yan’s maiden
PokerStars canceled its highly anticipated slate of Sunday events after technical difficulties on Sunday. A total of six events were scheduled for the day, including PokerNews coverage of the $1,050 Main Event and the $10,300 WCOOP NLH World Championship. Play was halted early in the day and players went on
Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser is now a five-time PokerStars World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) champion after capturing his fifth WCOOP title in as many years. The popular British mixed-game specialist triumphed in the $2,100 HORSE event, defeating fellow Brit Patrick “pads1161” Leonard heads-up. The victory came with $33,300 prize money.
Online poker tournament grinders are spoiled for choice this weekend with massive, value-packed events seemingly running everywhere. You can obviously make your own minds up when it comes to choosing which games to play, but PokerNews has a handful of suggestions for you to ponder over, some of which are