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13.03. |

Still remember the durrrr Challenge? Well, Daniel "w00ki3z." Cates at least does and updated the challenge situation recently in a new interview.

According to Cates he is not sure what will happen to the challenge, but Tom "durrrr" Dwan has said he wants to complete it at some point.

"But he’s busy at the moment with some personal stuff, so I don’t know when.", Cates added.

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12.03. |

Yesterday was the biggest day of online highstakes action we've seen at PokerStars for some time, with four players posting profits in excess of $100k. No doubt this increase in action had something to do with the remerging bankroll of Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who, along with Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky, was one of the biggest winners of the day.

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11.03. |

Railbird favourite Viktor "Isildur1" Blom put together his first six-figure win at PokerStars in over a month yesterday as he put a series of losses in March behind him to bring himseld back to even for the month with a $130.8k win from a single session at the $400/$800 8-Game tables yesterday afternoon.

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10.03. |

After two starting flights, the WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star Main Event is down to final 292 players. Aussie Millions 2016 Main Event winner Ari Engel leads the field into day 2 with 294,100 in chips.

More info at Highstakesdb.com article.

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09.03. |

Professional poker player Jason Wheeler has outlasted 1,214 players to claim the title of World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event Champion at Bally’s Casino in sunny Las Vegas.

Wheeler is a very seasoned player with 32 lifetime WSOP cashes totaling $1,119,380 (including today’s win). Prior to this win, Wheeler’s largest WSOP score occurred this past summer in Event #2: $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em where he took 5th for a $112,339 payday. Today marks Wheeler’s first ever WSOP Circuit Ring victory.

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08.03. |

Italy's all time leading live tournament money winner, Mustapha "lasagnaaammm" Kanit, added a nice tournament win to his poker resume yesterday on PokerStars.

Kanit took down the $215 buy-in PokerStars Sunday Supersonic tournament for $48,000. The tournament attracted a total of 1,380 players and lasted just under two hours, thanks to the fast structure.

Kanit is now nearing $4,3 million in total online tournament winnings. However, he has even more in total live tournament winnings - just over $6 million.

Source: Highstakesdb.com

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07.03. |

After eight levels of play on Day 2, the clock has been paused with 64 players left in contention for the €1,100 Eureka 6 Rozvadov Main Event.

German player Daniel Rose took a massive lead after winning the biggest pot of the tournament in today's last level. Few minutes later, Rose bagged 1,570,000. He's leading 64 survivors in to Day 3.

There were 682 entries (made by 557 unique players) to the €1,100 Eureka 6 Rozvadov Main Event including seven no-shows. The total prize pool stands at €661,540 and will be shared by top 103 finishers. The eventual champion will take a €124,890 first-place prize along with the title and trophy.

Source: EPT press

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06.03. |

The Gaming Control Authority under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania has announced that it has blocked further online gambling websites that do not adhere to new regulations introduced in the country earlier this year.

In January, the Lithuanian regulator pledged to take “strict legal action” against operators that organise remote gambling illegally.

Source: igamingbusiness.com

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05.03. |

Maryland native Dan “w00ki3z” Cates dropped $260,000 on PokerStars during the month of February, according to tracking data from HighstakesDB. The losses were the most in the online poker world during the stretch.

Cates was up roughly $70,000 on the year in mid-January, but for the most part his 2016 has been lackluster thus far. Cates lost more than $300,000 in 2015, which was his first losing year online since 2009, when he lost $450,000.

Source: CardPlayer.com

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04.03. |

The biggest winner from yesterday's nosebleed games at PokerStars was Finnish online legend Sami "Lrslzk" Kelopuro, who ended the day with a $91.2k profit after a successful outing at the $100/$200 PLO tables.

Kelopuro saw all of his success coming from a 2.5 hour heads-up session against young Russian phenom Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov.

Source: HighStakesdb.com

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