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PokerStars WCOOP Day 14: “Koln4ever” defeats “PokerProGG” for Bracelet

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Day 14 of the 2009 World Championship of Online Poker was the last to offer strictly three-figure buy-ins. From here on out, every day will offer at least one four- or five-figure buy-in. The day kicked off with Event 34, a $215 no-limit hold’em affair with big antes. A deal was made three-handed and the eventual heads-up battle would take place between “PokerProGG” and “Koln4ever”. It was a quick battle as “PokerProGG” could not overcome an 8:1 chip deficit. All-in preflop with big slick, “PokerProGG” did not win against “Koln4ever's” pocket threes. The board ran out {8-Spades}{Q-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{6-Diamonds}{10-Spades} and “Koln4ever” took down the WCOOP bracelet and the lone six-figure score of the day, $108,282.70.

PokerStars WCOOP 34 - $215 No-Limit Hold’em [big antes]
Buy-in: $200+15
Prize Pool: $730,000
Entrants: 3,650

*1. Koln4ever - $108,282.70
*2. PokerProGG - $68,183.19
*3. vara33 - $83,779.11
4. Shark 00100 - $41,975
5. joeppiej - $31,025
6. Raoeoiku - $23,725
7. Artiecat - $16,425
8. 72good - $9,125
9. JUNFI - $5,840

* denotes three-way deal

Notable Finishes: Sherwin “sherwinr” Ranjkesh (11th - $4,380), Eric “ericb09” Blair (16th - $2,190), Robert “Craps4Dinner” Saltiel (53rd - $1,387).

Event 35, a $320 pot-limit Omaha Hi-Lo tournament, fell a bit short on its guarantee. An overlay of $29,900 came from PokerStars’ wallet. The final four players made a deal and “twenty305” would wind up defeating “drkamikaze1” heads-up to claim the WCOOP bracelet. On the final hand, with the board reading {8-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{6-Spades}{K-Hearts}, they got it all-in. “Drkamikaze1” tabled {A-Clubs}{9-Spades}{8-Clubs}{4-Spades} for two pair and a low draw, but “twenty305” turned over {A-Spades}{7-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{5-Spades}. Fifth street was the {J-Diamonds} and “twenty305's” trips were good enough to take down the tournament.

PokerStars WCOOP 35 - $320 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
Buy-in: $300+20
Prize Pool: $500,000
Entrants: 1,567

*1. twenty305 - $59,352.91
*2. drkamikaze1 - $47,494.65
*3. lukaluka05 - $62,276.28
*4. Mungy - $48,751.16
5. DeuceBuster - $23,750
6. lozzz - $18,500
7. daveyjh - $13,500
8. ArnieAA - $8,750
9. dragoonier - $5,000

* denotes four-way deal

Notable Finishes: Dan “djk123” Kelly (21st - $1,900), Robert “who’s bad” Mizrachi (24th - $1,900), Ryon “7CardRyon” Nicholson (27th - $1,900), Shawn “buck21” Buchanan (32nd - $1,650).

Check out the latest final table show from PokerStars.TV, highlighting Event 32, the $530 7-Card Stud Hi-Lo tournament.

Time is running out on the WCOOP, so sign up for a PokerStars account and win your bracelet today.

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