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The Weekly PokerNews Quiz: Pick the Players

03-18-2017 17373 responses Top results

PokerStars Championship Panama heads into its final stretch over the next three days with the conclusion of the $5,300 Main Event and the playing out of the $10,300 High Roller that starts today.

It's been an exciting week of poker in Panama. Here's a quick six-question quiz concerning some of the players who have participated.

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Question 1

Ben Tollerene won the PSC Panama $50K Super High Roller this week for $538,715. Which Daniel finished second?

Question 2

Which one of these players also made the $50,000 Super High Roller final table in Panama?

Question 3

Stephen Chidwick won the $25,500 Single-Day High Roller, moving him up to second on the all-time money list for players from England. Who is first on that list?

Question 4

Which female player who has won two WSOP bracelets picked up a “silver spade” for winning a side event Panama this week?

Question 5

Which Team PokerStars Pro in the past won a Latin American Poker Tour Main Event in Panama?

Question 6

The $10,300 High Roller begins today. Who won the first PokerStars Championship High Roller in the Bahamas in January (which had a $25,750 buy-in)?

What do you think?