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888poker XL Eclipse Day 8: Another Third Place For Chris Moorman

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  • 888poker ambassador Chris Moorman takes another third place on Day 8, falling just short of a title.

On the eighth day of the XL Eclipse Series on 888poker, players enjoyed a huge day of poker.

In total, 16 tournaments started with the XL Eclipse #97 - $200,000 Tune Up as one of the highlights. There was also the $600 buy-in $200,000 Whale edition where the winner won more than $50,000. Let's have a look at the results.

XL Eclipse #91 - $30,000 Sunday Lightning

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 18325$53,200

888poker crowned the first winner of the day in the XL Eclipse #91 - $30,000 Sunday Lightning. In this tournament, 325 players competed for a total prize pool of $53,200. Ukraine's "PAS2HOFF" made a heads-up deal with "Roycieboy" and won the tournament for $9,022. The British runner-up received more money; $9,864.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1PAS2HOFFUkraine$9,022
2RoycieboyUnited Kingdom$9,864
3windiswildDenmark$5,985
4serg3ntUnited Kingdom$4,123
5V.BlomFan60Romania$3,059
6HappynoseBelarus$1,995

XL Eclipse #92 - $45,000 Sunday Breeze

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 181,005$50,250

A regular tournament on all days of the XL Eclipse Series is the $45,000 Sunday Breeze. This time, 1,005 players registered for the event which created a total prize pool of $50,250. The victory went to Russia's "zhzhzh10" after defeating "wh2teee" in the final heads-up. They agreed on a deal which saw the runner-up take more money.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1zhzhzh10Russia$7,716
2wh2teeeRussia$7,862
3llll.United Kingdom$4,874
4MPenedaBrazil$3,643
5RuSeriousoOGermany$2,533
6cmonsadboyRomania$2,010
7tochetto885Brazil$1,508
8lebenissUnited Kingdom$1,005
9SleepingZaceMalta$603

XL Eclipse #93 - $30,000 Sunday Deepstack Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30September 181,171$32,202
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1MakeMeHoldMalta$4,759
2blukblukblukCanada$4,825
3klevi25Romania$3,059
4doubleace90Czech Republic$2,241
5beny76xxArgentina$1,594
68888PROUnited Kingdom$1,272
7lees0409United Kingdom$950
8EatBaconDenmark$628
9lorgijanLithuania$354

XL Eclipse #94 - $150,000 Mega Deep

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$215September 18725$235,200
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1PokerMogoRomania$39,326
2WishuluckBROMexico$36,409
3stevachenko7Switzerland$23,520
4ImyurfriendGermany$17,640
5SalsaFiestaSweden$11,760
6wannagamble1Ukraine$8,232
7RiFFRaFF82Czech Republic$5,292
8ViachelloEstonia$3,552

XL Eclipse #96 - $20,000 Sunday Swordfish

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$30September 18950$20,295
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1hyper_beastMalta$3,571
2omgjizuzzzIndia$2,813
3PotovicsCzech Republic$2,009
4AvecLeCoeurMalta$1,512
5doubleace90Czech Republic$1,055
613RG13Canada$852
7fishyfishy.Romania$649
8VinceDiKoinsLatvia$446
9FellipeNunesBrazil$264

XL Eclipse #97 - $200,000 Tune Up

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$160September 181,046$228,750

After over 12 hours of play, Event #97 - $160 XL Eclipse Tune Up finally crowned a winner. "Farrugia_1" from Malta claimed the first-place prize of $41,175 after defeating "A.Merone" in heads-up play.

The event had 1,046 players register with 479 rebuys for a total of 1,525 total entries. They created a prize pool of $228,750 with 135 places getting paid. "mskesevart" from Russia finished on the bubble and was unable to break into the money.

After nearly 11 hours of play, the tournament dwindled down to nine players who made up the official final table. It took a while before "hateVAMOS" was eliminated in ninth place after losing with ace-eight against ace-jack. Not long after that, "eltxupacabra" finished in eighth place for $4,575. Also, "2good2beTru" busted before the break on the final table. He lost his last chips with king-jack suited against pocket sevens.

With six left, it was "A.Merone" who took control after eliminating "chaimitof" in a huge hand with pocket kings against ace-king. "PaTientZer0" was happy to get the pay jump and he finished in fifth place for $11,438.

After the elimination of "PaTientZer0", the tournament was over in just half an hour. "Farrugia_1" took control by busting "elektive" in a huge pot with a set of queens against two pair. "elektive" finished in fourth place for $16,470. Just a few hands later, "Farrugia_1" busted "Venum1976" with a straight against two pair, sending "Venum1976" out in third place for $21,960.

The final heads-up took just two hands, before "Farrugia_1" won it all with pocket tens against ace-queen. He secured himself of the victory and the first prize of $41,775 while his fellow countryman finished in second place for $29,439.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Farrugia_1Malta$41,175
2A.MeroneMalta$29,349
3Venum1976Czech Republic$21,960
4elektiveGermany$16,470
5PaTientZer0Russia$11,438
6chaimitofColombia$9,150
72good2beTruMexico$6,863
8eltxupacabraCzech Republic$4,575
9hateVAMOSRussia$2,745

XL Eclipse #98 - $25,000 Mini Tune Up

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$12September 182,021$32,395
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1buldosBelars$5,118
2JlakuRussia$3,842
3PresOfMoonBelarus$2,783
4PAKR11Germany$2,089
5koptevaaaUkraine$1,536
6adiodikUkraine$1,225
7minoha81Ukraine$914
8SupKneeGrowMexico$612
9LoggganLatvia$379

XL Eclipse #99 - $45,000 Sunday Monsoon

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 18790$53,100

On the seventh day of the XL Eclipse Series, Chris "888Moorman" Moorman finished in third place in one of the events. On Sunday, he came close to winning a XL-title again. In the XL Eclipse #99 - $45,000 Sunday Monsoon, the 888poker Ambassador got close again but exited the tournament in third place for the second time in two days, receiving a prize of $5,257.

After his exit, Lithuania's "KofeBryant" won the tournament for $9,744 after defeating Russia's "CoinShipper" in the heads-up.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1KofeBryantLithuania$9,744
2CoinShipperRussia$6,956
3Chris "888Moorman" MoormanUnited Kingdom$5,257
4WestCliff26Germany$3,956
5msksevartRussia$2,761
6ForzaMilan00Czech Republic$2,230
7AprilBaby87Ireland$1,699
8mideinGermany$1,168
9LeonBYBelarus$690

XL Eclipse #100 - $250,000 Whale

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$1,050September 18214$64,930

The most expensive tournament on Day 8 was the XL Eclipse #100 - $200,000 Whale. Players had to pay $1,050 to compete in this tournament and 214 did that. There were also 88 rebuys to get a total prize pool of $302,000.

Every finalist was guaranteed at least $6,040 and this prize went to "duchasp4rati" who busted in ninth place. After that, "PennyHrdaway" (eighth, $9,060), "IshmaeI" (seventh, $12,080) and "HUPIPELUR1" (sixth, $15,100) followed in quick succession.

Sweden's "SalsaFiesta" then busted in fifth place for $18,120, "AriGold17" finished in fourth for $26,425 and "JBA888" missed the heads-up when he finished in third place for $35,485.

The final heads-up between "Graftekkel" and "LOST_FAN" ended after ten hours and 5 minutes of total play; Dutch player "Graftekkel" won the event for $64,930. Russia's runner-up received $46,810 for second place.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1GraftekkelNetherlands$64,930
2LOST_FANRussia$46,810
3JBA888Costa Rica$35,485
4AriGold17Canada$26,425
5SalsaFiestaSweden$18,120
6HUPIPELUR1Finland$15,100
7IshmaeICosta Rica$12,080
8PennyHrdawayMexico$9,060
9duchasp4ratiUnited Kingdom$6,040

XL Eclipse #101 - $100,000 Sunday Challenge

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 18822$114,600

United Kingdom's "evianwater1" was one of the biggest winners on Day 8. He snagged the title and first prize of $21,430 in the XL Eclipse #101 - $100,000 Sunday Challenge after beating "Plotsch2" in the final heads-up.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1evianwater1United Kingdom$21,430
2Plotsch2Germany$15,471
3patrickhenryCanada$11,460
4IamtryingLithuania$8,595
5YrrsiNN1987Switzerland$5,630
6bezfrkeSlovakia$4,011
7aggr0vatedCosta Rica$2,601
8_Lord_Xenu_Switzerland$1,753

XL Eclipse #102 - $25,000 Sunday Tornado

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$109September 18181$25,000
PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1bienemajoAustria$5,375
2Ph4N888Romania$3,875
3shuggy1Canada$2,938
4DziesmaCyprus$2,188
5TooMuchRakeCzech Republic$1,500
6oksanaxx69Lithuania$1,250
7Ender112Ukraine$1,000
8EyeofSkadiRussia$750
9Zluka2010Latvia$500

XL Eclipse #103 - $50,000 Turbo Mega Deep

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$215September 18202$53,200
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1abmarinRussia$10,773
2WadoIchimonjNetherlands$8,246
3WhosToClaimUnited Kingdom$6,118
4FL1PM4ST3RSweden$4,522
5Juanfran1973United Kingdom$2,926
6Ipoo1Sweden$2,394
7DynoalotCanada$1,862
8DonkMaster99Brazil$1,463

XL Eclipse #104 - $20,000 Mini Turbo Mega Deep

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$22September 18181$21,640

Brazilian player "Ov3rTiLt" won the XL Eclipse #104 - $20,000 Mini Turbo Mega Deep and secured $3,917 after defeating "MarkECOOP" in the final heads-up.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1Ov3rTiLtBrazil$3,917
2MarkECOOPIreland$2,813
3betsoaresBrazil$2,110
4BobaFett411United Kingdom$1,580
5janzunelliArgentina$1,114
6ob1wahnGermany$898
7LifeOnMarsUnited Kingdom$682
8xGrivNetherlands$478
9RakDollBelarus$277

XL Eclipse #105 - $20,000 Turbo Tune Up

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$55September 18352$21,500

"levelingmode" from Romania won the XL Eclipse #105 - $20,000 Turbo Tune Up, a tournament with a buy-in of $55. He defeated a field of 352 players after beating "Ender112" in the final heads-up and took the first prize of $4,160.

PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1levelingmodeRomania$4,160
2Ender112Ukraine$3,118
3JustInToWinCanada$2,365
4kiskutya23Czech Republic$1,774
5ricardo_ns8Brazil$1,226
6CherryWaavesIreland$946
7creutz93Sweden$731
8WaldurGermany$516
9ViachelloEstonia$376

XL Eclipse #106 - $10,000 Super Turbo Tune Up

Buy-inDatePlayersPrize pool
$75September 18146$12,264
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PlacePlayerCountyPrize
1msksevartRussia$2,637
2LeoJoseCarneBrazil$1,901
3simoneblondiDenmark$1,441
4Clay_BornSweden$1,073
5M1k3n70a7Lithuania$736
6esopkrCanada$613
7THEKIDM8United Kingdom$491
8raef001Arib Emirates$368
9mideinGermany$245

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