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Jeff Gross Takes Third Place in Sunday’s PokerStars 500

Written By: Samantha A. | April 19, 2016 | Posted In Poker News

There were some very large scores in this past weekend’s Sunday Majors.  PokerStars Sunday Million High Roller played at PartyPoker ultimately smashes its guarantee.  This turned out to be the richest online poker weekly tournament; this tournament ultimately ended in a four-way chip, with each of the four players that were involved added more than $103,000 to each of their bankrolls.

Israel’s “jerbi9999” came in fourth place and collected $103,558.31, Germany’s “MG10tze” came in at third place with a gain of $104,171.55, as well as a fellow countryman “konigkunde” came in second place bringing in $103,564.06 to add to the bankroll.  But, the ultimate champion of this tournament ended up to be Australia’s “FeCoNiCuZn” Maccini who came in first place and added $166,377.34 to the bankroll.

Another player who took full advantage of the huge Sunday prize pool was the well known Brazillian star “GM_Valter,” who ultimately walked away with $61,013.75 with a first place prize of the Sunday 500.  Adding this winning to his lifetime online tournament winnings it brings his total winning very close to the four million mark.

Jeff “kidwhowon” also took full advantage of the huge prize pool with a third place winning of $32,917.50, all while he was steaming on Twitch as attracting a couple of thousand viewers to his channel.

Other very large winners this past Sunday included:

The winner of the Sunday Kickoff for a total of $27,872.00 – “hunter_az533”

The winner of the Sunday Warm-up for a total of $58,452.38 – Mike “m8675309a” Adamo

The winner of the Hotter $162 for a total of $17,146.58 – “kinder162”

The winner of the Bigger $109 with a total of $35,004.02 – “benatias”

The winner of the Bigger $162 with a total of $23,675.90 – Georgio “gkap13” Kapalas

The winner of the Sunday 2nd Chance with a total of $34,395.00 – “TheGreatPike”

Who knows what the rest of the tournaments out there are going to hold for many of the pro poker stars that are making their names known throughout the poker industry. As things get started, they are also heating up for those around them.

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