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888poker XL Inferno Series Day 9: 'Inho' Wins The $20,000 Crocodile

888poker XL Inferno Series Day 9
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  • Inho won $6,417.

On Day 9, 13 new tournaments started on 888poker for the XL Inferno Series. It wasn't a day with huge prizes being collected, as "Inho" was the biggest winner after shipping the $20,000 Crocodile for $6,417. Still, there were 13 winners who all collected some nice money and were crowned 888poker XL Inferno Series champions.

XL Inferno #110 - $20,000 Crocodile

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$160May 15199$29,850

The biggest winner on Day 9 was crowned in the XL Inferno #110 - $20,000 Crocodile. In this tournament, there were 199 players, creating a prize pool of $29,850. This money was divided to the final 27 players, with every finalist getting $597.

After "rrradiovolna" busted in 10th place, the tournament reached the final table. First, "Perrymejsen" left the building after busting in ninth place ($597) and he was followed by "progree69" (eighth, $895), "bluffaholic1" (seventh, $1,194), "IamKenji1967" (sixth, $1,492) and "HinduKrush" (fifth, $1,791).

With just four players left, "MarkHelfrich" was knocked out in fourth place for $2,611. Shortly after, "EgorVoytusen" busted in third place and received a prize of $3,507. The final heads-up between Inho and "KellerA" was won by the Swede, who defeated his German's opponent to secure $6,417.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1InhoSweden$6,417
2KellerAGermany$4,626
3EgorVoytusenRussia$3,507
4MarkHelfrichMexico$2,611
5HinduKrushUnited Kingdom$1,791
6IamKenji1967Japan$1,492
7bluffaholic1Canada$1,194
8progree69Argentina$895
9PerrymejsenSweden$597

XL Inferno #107 - $10,000 Lightning 6-Max

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109May 15103$16,800

Once again, the new day of the series started out with the $10,000 Lightning 6-Max. This time, 103 players registered for this tournament. At the end, Switzerland's "unclesala" took the victory and first prize of $4,578.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1unclesalaSwitzerland$4,578
2erikUfRussia$3,066
3Terband1234Netherlands$2,352
4MrRoAdKiLlNorway$1,596
5shipitfastSlovakia$1,176
6QuibeDoNetoBrazil$882

XL Inferno #108 - $15,000 Breeze

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55May 15330$16,500

Another regular tournament on the schedule, the $15,000 Breeze, attracted 330 players who all paid the buy-in of $55. Peru's "jota_ocho" would regret his choice to play because he was crowned as a winner, receiving the first prize of $3,192.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1jota_ochoPeru$3,192
2cuadrado12Sweden$2,392
3garyt20Ireland$1,815
4EScellnastAustria$1,361
5juicetusGermany$940
6IToldUSo99Mexico$726
7COMINGTHRURomania$561
8Iplay4pipasUnited Kingdom$396
9GodfryJONESIreland$288

XL Inferno #109 - $15,000 Deepstack Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30May 15629$17,297.50
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Coffee_potUnited Kingdom$3,267
2Jepser8Netherlands$2,369
3Dobrinya985Russia$1,747
4thepunzleCanada$1,314
5wacko90United Kingdom$923
6Rihard4aUnited Kingdom$735
7LeoJoseCarneBrazil$562
82pacnrw16Germany$389
9DiMag1aBrazil$259

XL Inferno #111 - $15,000 Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30May 15598$16,445

In the regular $15,000 Swordfish, there were 598 players competing for a total prize pool of $16,445. In this tournament, Canada's "DreamIsOver" snagged the title after seven hours and 24 minutes of play. He received a prize of $3,106 while Poland's "WillSeeMan" got $2,252 for second place.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1DreamIsOverCanada$3,106
2WillSeeManPoland$2,252
3OctopokesUnited Kingdom$1,660
4hore68Czech Republic$1,249
5Frankel98Ireland$878
6F4RG0Czech Republic$698
7Jaymo0oIreland$534
8luffEEELatvia$370
9laceppa1976United Kingdom$246

XL Inferno #112 - $20,000 Monsoon

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55May 15547$27,350

One of the biggest winners on Day 9 came from the XL Inferno #112 - $20,000 Monsoon. In this event, Finland's "siittimest" got the title and first prize of $5,169. In the final heads-up, he defeated his opponent "Ern3sti7o" from Germany who received $3,787 for his runner-up result.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1siittimestFinland$5,169
2Ern3sti7oGermany$3,787
3hownorezCzech Republic$2,789
4krastev19726Greece$2,105
5SwagDullarsNorway$1,476
6FoleonMexico$1,162
7TechnospheraBelarus$888
8kinsQRussia$615
9vadovaujuLithuania$418

XL Inferno #113 - $10,000 Omaha Hi/Lo

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109May 1580$11,800

For the lovers of Omaha Hi/Lo, there was the XL Inferno #113 - $10,000 Omaha Hi/Lo on the schedule. Just 80 players competed for a total prize pool of $11,800. In the end, Poland's "BetPotAllin" was crowned the winner, receiving the first prize of $3,215.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1BetPotAllinPoland$3,215
2MissKindnesssCanada$2,153
3Dimon2242Russia$1,652
4BiJoGOPUBLICRussia$1,121
5t0csaCzech Republic$826
6RedPh0enixRussia$619

XL Inferno #114 - $5,000 Mini Omaha Hi/Lo

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$12May 15298$5,188.40
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1mikazika986Slovakia$892
2SkeiedkDenmark$820
3SheldorXXGermany$822
4Missetand692Denmark$415
5devilldonkUnited Kingdom$311
6ship_it_fi5hNorway$207

XL Inferno #115 - $10,000 Monday Royal

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$22May 15604$12,080

Lithuania's "Acestain" was also one of the winners on Day 9 of the Inferno XL Series. He shipped the XL Inferno #115 - $10,000 Monday Royal and won the first prize of $2,281.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1AcestainLithuania$2,281
2lpoker64Russia$1,654
3zedonatoBrazil$1,220
4ch1c0taz0Uruguay$918
5EtEsIAbenDenmark$645
6psion87Russia$513
7dirtysoundRussia$392
8Iancrona123Norway$271
9giorizCzech Republic$181

XL Inferno #116 - $10,000 Monday Flush

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$22May 15585$11,700

In the XL Inferno #116 - $10,000 Monday Flush, 585 players competed for a prize pool of $11,700. Two players made a deal in this tournament - "antonmar" and "Potovics". The Russian winner, "antonmar," received the prize of $1,910 while the runner-up got a little less with $1,902.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1antonmarRussia$1,910
2PotovicsCzech Republic$1,902
3iTSReTSaMNetherlands$1,181
4jota_ochoPeru$889
5Chip_givemeCanada$624
6WowAceDudeSweden$497
7urarebad_lolGermany$380
8BredaBredaBRBrazil$263
9CrakotIndia$175

XL Inferno #117 - $15,000 Tornado

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109May 15152$22,000

Brazil's "botteonpoker" was one of the bigger winners on Day 9 after snagging the title in the XL Inferno #117 - $15,000 Tornado. He defeated his Swedish opponent "backdown8" in the final heads-up and won the first prize of $4,730.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1botteonpokerBrazil$4,730
2backdown8Sweden$3,410
3GodfryJONESIreland$2,585
4_WhiteBear_Finland$1,925
5Fette_ProNorway$1,320
6r4ndomr4gsSweden$1,100
7DoubleNatureSweden$880
8AshTheSlaveSlovakia$660
9KestasLOSTLithuania$440

XL Inferno #118 - $10,000 ShowMe!

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55May 15248$12,400

A pretty special tournament on the schedule was the XL Inferno #118 - $10,000 ShowMe!. In this tournament, all winning cards were shown after the hand so everyone could see them. Russia's "rrradionvolna" must have been showing a lot of hands because he became the winner, receiving the first prize of $2,535.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1rrradionvolnaRussia$2,535
23therealUnited Kingdom$1,860
3EyeofSkadiRussia$1,401
4pokerdave128United Kingdom$1,054
5IanJoyUkraine$719
6GangstaGoUkraine$558
7I_do_no_ICMBrazil$434
8Akyki89Czech Republic$310
9FlipMaster08Brazil$235

XL Inferno #119 - $5,000 Mini ShowMe!

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$5May 15932$5,000
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1HarryLeppsUnited Kingdom$900
2llibsetag14Romania$650
3trutschelGermany$485
4GetSomeValueNetherlands$362
5Alex_NewsRussia$252
6Sokolov23Belarus$202
7OvTimERussia$152
8sekwiPoland$102
9DinhocsBrazil$62

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