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The Sunday Briefing: Seven-Handed Deal Highlights Online Poker Sunday

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It was an unusual Sunday on the virtual felt with the PokerStars Sunday Million seeing a seven-handed deal at the final table. The tournament was ultimately won by "pokernoeide" for $81,472.83, but the biggest prize went to second-place finisher "dr.greenish" for $128,865.31. Over on Full Tilt Poker, the $750,000 Guarantee was won by "nurminen21" for $105,343.20. Also notching a Sunday victory was Michiel "utreg" Brummelhuis.

PokerStars Sunday Million ($1M Guaranteed)

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$200+$155,636$1,127,000
PlacePlayerPrize
*1pokernoeide$81,472.83
*2dr.greenish$128,865.31
*3pollaku$70,915.21
*4o_omx$93,714.23
*5lol1k12$73,921.92
*6cimente$57,252.62
*7PedroKL$67,887.18
8shpongle12$14,090.00
9miccabrio93$9,017.60

Notable Finishes: Florian “happyfister” Bußman (25th - $2,762)

*denotes seven-handed deal

PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up ($500K Guaranteed)

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$200+$152,806$561,200
PlacePlayerPrize
1Gribnogrib$88,389.67
2gurran1$65,941
3RuiNF$47,140.80
4Bresnjev$32,269
51jos2$24,412.20
6Eirik227$18,800.20
7bonstill$13,188.20
8Rob99$7,587.42
9LuckBoxDK$4,770.20

PokerStars Sunday 500 ($250K Guaranteed)

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$500+$30575$287,500
PlacePlayerPrize
*1Michiel "utreg" Brummelhuis$43,823
*2sfagundes$38,328
*3LStrelec$38,823
4FellipeNunes$21,563
5jarekk$15,094
6youaremelon$12,219
7greenrizia$9,344
8alimounda$6,469
9espartaco60$4,054

*denotes three-handed deal

Notable Finishes: Yann "yadio" Dion (16th - $2,013)

PokerStars $109 Sunday Rebuy ($200K Guaranteed)

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$100+$9711$228,600
PlacePlayerPrize
*1MrP0P$38,840
*2montecarlo13$35,455
3bostanu24$23,089
4andersbisse$17,374
5montoya049$12,207
6FellipeNunes$9,716
7Tom "tollgate" Grigg$7,430
8nandor82$5,144
9ubon1$3,429

*denotes heads-up deal

Notable Finishes: Ben "bennybunny18" Richardson (34th - $1,029)

Full Tilt $750,000 Guarantee

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$200+$163,257$750,000
PlacePlayerPrize
*1nurminen21$105,343.20
*2Adrian900123$96,270.42
*3schappuscha$92,236.38
4Allinnet$49,500
5xRIGAx$36,750
6King2173$26,500
7WHOPPWHOPP$17,250
8sgboys$12,000
9ReifesEisen$8,250

*denotes three-handed deal

Full Tilt Sunday Brawl ($200K Guaranteed)

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$240+$161,065$213,000
PlacePlayerPrize
1TAXIFORKINGY$47,925
2Azzee$30,352.50
3Airdje$22,471.50
4pekay$17,572.50
5inthetilt$13,312.50
6mE 0wnz Y0u$9,585
7Michael "wywrot" Wywrot$6,390
8Barns74$4,792.50
9Vladimir "Bullet1337" Pravka$3,408

Notable Finishes: Billy "bchat8" Chattaway (13th - $1,405.80)

Full Tilt $100K Double Deuce

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool
$20+$29,571$191,420
PlacePlayerPrize
*1Soma0001$22,450.03
*2Athaniel$23,155.32
*3EventHorizon767$21,008.81
4buigues$10,910.94
5szaak$8,039.64
6DuskyPusky$5,742.60
7bscurfunk$4,019.82
8Blomvolvo$2,775.59
9SirAceAlot$1,952.48

*denotes three-handed deal

*PokerStars data obtained from PokerStarsBlog.com and officialpokerrankings.com

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  • Zagnut Zagnut

    collusion in large MTTs I doubt happens much if at all, if so 2 maybe 3 players max in a blue moon, collusion occurs in 1 to 3 table S&Gs or Ring Game but seem so unlikely to take place in MTTs of +2000 +3000 +5000 players etc , the 7 way deal is just scare money
    notice how much less the non-deal player got, that type of money means a lot especially in former east block/USSR countries
    *7 PedroKL $67,887.18
    8 shpongle12 $14,090.00

  • flintsword flintsword

    A seven-handed deal at a final table by seven scared & spineless poker players. I totally understand and respect their right to broker a deal to split up the cash seven-handed. By the same token I get the freedom to label them as spineless and raise the not-unreasonable suspicion of collusion between players or that multiple players are in fact only one player. Up to PartyPoker to investigate but seven-handed final table deals when the payout spread is that significant? Nope, I don't think seven people would all be that dumb when you consider that the three lowest players that took the deal would have been better off playing statistically.

  • Zagnut Zagnut

    This is the first time ever that the winner of the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up Made more money then the first place winner in the Sunday Million (1 Gribnogrib $88,389.67 vs *1 pokernoeide $81,472.83)

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