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Sunday Briefing: Calvin Anderson Wins the Super-Sized Sunday

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  • This victory was the 151st of Calvin Anderson's online poker career.

Calvin “cal42688” Anderson edged closer to $6.5 million in online poker tournament winnings on Sunday when he won the Super-Sized Sunday at PokerStars.

Anderson, formerly ranked No. 1 by PocketFives in the world for online poker tournaments, topped a field of 711 to get his hands on the $40,961 first-place prize and an additional $18,316 in bounty payments. This latest victory, the 151st of Anderson’s career, pushes his online cashes to $6.49 million.

Another well-known player to find himself in the winner’s circle on Sunday was Canada’s Ben “NeverScaredB” Wilinofsky. The Vancouver resident came out on top in the $1,050 Sunday Grand PLO event and banked $30,402.

Some of the other more notable scores at PokerStars on April 9 include:

  • Arturs “Cinguzis” Daugis – winner of the $109 Sunday Starter for $5,969
  • Renato Almeida “bauruzito” Prado Valentim – winner of the Big $162 for $4,500
  • “PeroQmaloSoy” – winner of the $109 Sunday Kickoff for $18,711
  • “WhatIfGod” – winner of the Hot $162 for $7,713
  • Fellipe “FellipeNunes” Alberto Nunes – winner of the $215 Bounty Builder for $14,246
  • Guilherme “Anao19” Schreiber – winner of the $215 Sunday Warm-Up for $53,649
  • “YRWTHMELTHR” – winner of the $215 Weekender for $9,076
  • Max “yipyiphupbup” Rotko – winner of the Big $109 for $22,603
  • “Woodstock37” – winner of the Hot $162 for $14,650
  • “OpenOren” – winner of the $109 Bounty Builder for $15,054
  • Evandro “EVitoy” Vitoy – winner of the $215 Sunday Million for $136,000
  • “huiiiiiiii” – winner of the $109 Bubble Rush for $9,714
  • Vitor “VitinhO Dzi” Hugo Dzivielevski – winner of the Hot $109 for $18,000
  • Benjamin “lulDocuments” Lukas – winner of the $1,050 Sunday Grand NLHE for $51,298
  • “bizeps7” – winner of the Big $215 for $26,776
  • Dennis “DBerglin” Berglin – winner of the $109 Sunday Cooldown for $18,983
  • “JUAMPiii10” – winner of the $215 Sunday Supersonic for $30,280
  • “DeosOner” – winner of the Hot $215 for $18,331

Over at partypoker, the $215 Title Fight surpassed its $300,000 guarantee when 1,527 players bought in and created a $305,400 prize pool. The tournament ended in a heads-up chop between winner “rnbetterfish” and “UrChipsAreYummy” and they won $44,493 and $43,767, respectively.

Earlier on April 9, “ThaCareBear” won the $109 Weigh-In for $4,883, “gotthereagain” took down the $215 Title Fight Warm-Up for $23,152, “TIMEXCNT” triumphed in the $530 High Roller for $25,423 and “Chelsea72” walked away with the $49,482 top prize in the $2,600 Super High Roller.

This week’s $109 Main Event was chopped by “siriu” and “NoOnionsBlud” and they scooped $24,275 and $20,451, while “dafuqisids” secured the $36,957 first-place prize of the $150,000 guaranteed High Roller tournament.

Lastly for the partypoker results, a doff of the cap to “JokerzFull” who won the $25,000 guaranteed High Roller for $9,858, to “MechaCorta” who walked away with $12,943 and title of $50,000 guaranteed High Roller champion and to “TheImmortalMatt” who took down the $109 Clubber for a $4,835 addition to his bankroll.

Across to 888poker now where “poker_mom74” won the $100,000 Baby Whale and turned $320 into $19,350 and where “_joinmystack” triumphed in the $120,000 Mega Deep for $24,525.

Also at 888poker, “FaNjkEEE1” won the $40,000 Turbo Mega Deep for $7,718, Yuriy “Yurec1707” Zdanovskiy won the $50,000 Crocodile for $11,744, “farelek8” was victorious in the $25,000 Sunday Tornado for $5,826 and “zllber77” outlasted 693 opponents in the $80,000 Sunday Challenge for a $16,053 score.

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