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888poker XL Eclipse Day 10: 'Chip-In' Tournaments Raise $40,000 for REG

888poker XL Eclipse Day 10: 'Chip-In' Tournaments Raise $40,000 for REG 0001
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  • Get all of the results from Day 10 of the #888poker XL Eclipse series, including the $5,200 Super High Roller.

Day 10 of the 888poker XL Eclipse Series was a special one. The poker room hosted three 'Chip-In' tournaments which donated all fees to Raising for Effective Giving (REG). In all, those three tournaments raised more than $40,000 toward REG’s Against Malaria Foundation. The tournaments involved were Super High Roller tournament with a $5,200 buy-in, as well as $215 Mini and $55 Turbo versions.

Most of the attention went to the XL Eclipse #126 - $5,200 XL Eclipse Super High Roller Chip In, where the high rollers competed for a huge prize pool. Let's take a look at who took the most money and the results in other tournaments.

XL Eclipse #126 - $5,200 XL Eclipse Super High Roller Chip-In

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$5,200September 19124$620,000

Players started the tournament with 20,000 chips and had the option to do a rebuy in the case of losing all their chips. At the end of the registration period, there were 87 players and 37 rebuys to create a total prize pool of $620,000 which was divided by the last 12 players.

Long before the money was reached players like Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov, Robin "Inho" Ytalo, Chris "888Moorman" Moorman, Niklas "tutten7" Astedt and Sofia "sofialovgren" Lovgren were all busted from the tournament.

Before the bubble came in sight, the tournament lost Simon "Isildur1337x" Mattson, "AriGold17" and "MindSyntax". On the bubble, "d1sclosure" lost with his ace-jack against pocket tens and he was the last player to leave the tournament empty-handed.

The final table was reached after a short while, with the elimination of Johan5390 in ninth place. In quick succession, Mike "SirWatts" Watson (eigth, $21,700), Mark "AceSpade11" Radoja (seventh, $26,350) and "Kannwas" (sixth, $32,5500) busted. From that moment, it was a long grind with the final five players. In the end, "Zebest7r" was sent to the rail after losing with jack-ten against ace-jack.

With four players remaining, Thomas "WushuTM" Muhlocker became the shortest stack. After a while he was all in with jack-eight against queen-nine and lost the hand. Muhlocker finished in fourth place for $58,900. Just a few minutes after that, Alexandr "Biack88" Trofimov went out in third place for $86,800, losing a coin flip with pocket fives against the ace-ten of chip leader Aleksandr "Evnomiya" Mordvinov.

Mordvinov started the heads up with a big chip leader, but "spider4444" fought back in no-time. When he got back to even stacks, the two got in it with top pair. "spider4444" held the better kicker and that sealed the deal. He won the tournament for $170,500 while the Russian had to settle for second place and $114,700.

PositionPlayerCountryPrize
1spider4444Belarus$170,500
2Aleksandr "Evnomiya" MordvinovRussia$114,700
3Alexandr "Biack88" TrofimovRussia$86,800
4Thomas "WushuTM" MuhlockerAustria$58,900
5Zebest7rCanada$43,400
6KannwasGermany$32,550
7Mark "AceSpade11" RadojaCanada$26,350
8Mike "SirWatts" WatsonCanada$21,400

XL Eclipse #120 - $15,000 Lightning 6-Max

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 19130$22,000

Once again, the first winner of the day came from the $15,000 Lightning 6-Max. This time there were 130 players competing to create a prize pool of $22,000. Belarus' "plotka_voxa" took the victory and received the first prize of $5,720.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1plotka_voxaBelarus$5,720
2ThaniloSweden$3,850
3fviana2Brazil$2,860
4RoycieboyUnited Kingdom$1,870
5Tobias "Bale_11" GarpSweden$1,430
6WhosToClaimUnited Kingdom$990

XL Eclipse #121 - $15,000 Breeze

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 19324$16,200

"Kaktus26rus" was crowned winner in the XL Eclipse #121 - $15,000 Breeze. He defeated Sweden's "creutz93" in the final heads-up to snag the first prize of $3,135.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Kaktus26rusRussia$3,135
2creutz93Sweden$2,349
3FukurukuUkraine$1,782
4jovemfrankeBrazil$1,337
5BenettinhoCzech Republic$923
6DumbDuck123Saudi Arabia$713
7Doktor4ik25Russia$551
8adm1rationRussia$389
9Bratwrst_intGermany$284

XL Eclipse #122 - $15,000 Deepstack Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30September 19609$16,748
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1mr.faneraUkraine$3,164
2TankeViciusMorocco$2,294
3KTBFFH89Denmark$1,691
4lmrunnigh0tGermany$1,273
5drezda2308Russia$894
6obiwantimeRomania$712
7GJ300TMRomania$544
8IMurtazinRussia$377
9AKJMoscow1United Kingdom$251

XL Eclipse #123 - $40,000 Crocodile

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$160September 19301$45,150

One of the tournaments with a higher buy-in on Day 10 was the XL Eclipse #123 - $40,000 Crocodile. The 301 players paid the buy-in of $160 to create a prize pool of $45,150. The first prize of $8,737 went to Romania's "bowdownfish" who defeated "Prof_Plum" in the final heads-up.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1bowdownfishRomania$8,737
2Prof_PlumCanada$6,547
3Robin "Inho" YtaloSweden$4,967
4duchasp4ratiUnited Kingdom$3,725
5Zluka2010Latvia$2,574
6Dzefer1n0Latvia$1,987
7iBustYa888Austria$1,535
8plotka_voxaBelarus$1,084
9sweet_dr34msRussia$790

XL Eclipse #124 - $15,000 Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30September 19639$17,573
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1JonBones96kgUnited Kingdom$2,873
2SidaoVBBrazil$2,855
3vaitodo.ptMalta$1,775
4nelsonnewtonBrazil$1,336
5HappynoseBelarus$938
6yauhen_bBelarus$747
7joaof7Malta$571
82701markoCroatia$395
9IIochuechkeRussia$264

XL Eclipse #125 - $20,000 Monsoon

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 19480$24,000
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Plotsch2Germany$4,560
2MuritonLithuania$3,360
3Th3Alch3mistRomania$2,460
4nlfreddieUnited Kingdom$1,872
5majkl1812Germany$1,320
6JuniorUlianaBrazil$1,020
7DeniSdrvLatvia$780
8StubastanFinland$540
9R.nahtanoJBrazil$398

XL Eclipse #127 - $150,000 Mini Chip-In

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$215September 19585$189,000
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1IneedmassariBrazil$35,702
2mannekenpis1Mexico$25,893
3TeamShippoNetherlands$19,089
4xulitoooUnited Kingdom$14,364
5luckyr1verGermany$10,093
6LeoFerranRussia$8,033
7sonmonedassArgentina$6,143
8iBustYa888Austria$4,253
9rascadaUnited Kingdom$2,835

XL Eclipse #128 - $40,000 Tuesday Challenge

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 19454$45,400

In the XL Eclipse #128 - $40,000 Tuesday Challenge, Brittish player "Gandalf_MRS" snagged the title and secured the $8,626 top prize. He defeated "doyleb102", who had to settle for $6,356, in the deciding heads-up.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Gandalf_MRSUnited Kingdom$8,626
2doyleb102Canada$6,356
3StubastanFinland$4,654
4mr_runnerupLatvia$3,541
5MAMOHT_TRussia$2,497
6LuiMartinsBrazil$1,930
7CalmRevolverRussia$1,476
8MukongaLithuania$1,022
9T.NAPOLEAOBrazil$754

XL Eclipse #129 - $15,000 Tornado

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 19122$17,300

One of the bigger tournaments on Day 10 was the XL Eclipse #129 - $20,000 Tornado. In this tournament, 122 players competed for a prize pool of $17,300. After several hours, Ukraine's "the_HOBIT_" took the victory and received $3,573.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1the_HOBIT_Ukraine$3,573
2namaste17Canada$3,174
3NamllehSweden$2,102
4Zluka2010Latvia$1,557
5Ti0373Russia$1,038
6DavidWalfridSweden$865
7spiffytechCanada$692
8Farrugia_1Malta$519
9Get_DeepFinland$433

XL Eclipse #130 - $15,000 Turbo Chip-In

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 19277$18,500
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1SweetDeuceLithuania$3,783
2EntropallyUnited Kingdom$2,775
3ShoveDaRiverCanada$2,091
4ingeruro14Romania$1,573
5XanducaAndBrazil$1,073
6kozirok_belBelarus$833
7ChipleBandidNetherlands$648
8Id3f1x89Germany$463
9Erik_AjaxNetherrlands$352

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