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Team partypoker’s Renato Nomura and Jeff Gross continue to tear up the POWERFEST. The talented duo navigated their way to another final table each and both walked away with almost $20,000 to show for their efforts.

POWERFEST: $100K Gtd 8-6 Mix-Max Deepstack

Our Mix-Max tournaments are popular with our players thanks to them having the unique twist of switching table sizes during the event. This $100,000 guaranteed Mix-max, which had a $129,000 prize pool, went from eight-handed to six-handed.

“Dhr. Dogsome” reached the final table but their time there was short-lived as they fell in sixth, a finish worth $5,160. “PabloPotato” busted in fifth for $7,740 before “TheMightyHorse” was put out to pasture in fourth-place for a $10,384 addition to their bankroll.

Heads-up was set when “ShipAndDate” shipped in their stack and lost. Third-place in this tournament yielded a $14,215 score. ShipAndDate’s exit left Team partypoker’s Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura and “SunTzu” to fight it out heads-up.

Unfortunately for our hero, Nomura couldn’t get the job done and fell in second place. The Brazilian star padded his bankroll with $19,995 leaving SunTzu to be crowned champion and collect $30,315.

Place Player Prize
1 SunTzu $30,315
2 Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura $19,995
3 ShipAndDate $14,215
4 TheMightyHorse $10,384
5 PabloPotato $7,740
6 Dhr. Dogsome $5,160

POWERFEST: $200K Gtd 8-Max PKO

If there was an award for Player of the POWERFEST then Jeff “JeffGross” Gross would be right up there in the nominations; he’s been incredible this series.

Gross hit yet another high stakes final table when he made his way to the last eight of the $200K Gtd 8-Max PKO event last night. It looked like he may go all the way at one stage but it wasn’t meant to be.

A host of stars fell in succession, including the extremely talented Swede “Greenstone25” who crashed in fourth-place. Greenstone25 saw their bankroll increase by $12,725 from the main prize pool and an additional $3,445 worth of bounty payments.

This left Gross in the final three and within touching distance of the title. Gross, however, came unstuck and had to console himself with a third-place prize worth $17,965 which was bolstered by $918 from the bounty prize pool.

Heads-up pitted “NOLIMITHOLDEM” against “gastrader” in a battle where the final bounty payment weighed in at almost as much as first and second place payments combined!

gastrader busted in second-place and won the $24,689 runner-up prize plus $8,547 worth of bounties. NOLIMITHOLDEM scooped the $24,717 top prize and a gargantuan bounty payment worth $48,775!

Place Player Prize Bounties
1 NOLIMITHOLDEM $24,717 $48,775
2 gastrader $24,689 $8,547
3 Jeff “JeffGross” Gross $17,965 $918
4 Greenstone25 $12,725 $3,445
5 AndreyBolkonsky $8,982 $7,940
6 veegar $7,111 $1,837
7 Lone1 $5,659 $2,362
8 spuzi24 $4,491 $

POWERFEST: $150K Gtd PLO 6-Max

Our players love pot-limit Omaha which is one of the reasons we recently revamped our PLO schedule. This PLO POWERFEST event commanded a $5,200 buy-in, which was paid by 48-entrants. These stars went to battle in an attempt to secure a slice of the guarantee-busting $240,000 prize pool.

Only the final table of six won some prize money for their efforts. “Tiltargh” was the unfortunate soul who burst the money bubble, falling in seventh-place.

“TheCleaner11_” won the first slice of the pie, namely $12,973, after crashing out in sixth. “Carnotaurus” and “pkrbt” joined TheCleaner11_ on the rail, doing so with prizes worth $16,800 and $21,600 resepctively.

“San holo1” saw their tournament come to an abrupt end in third-place. This deep run netted San holo1 an impressive $31,200, approximately half the $61,426 “DONKEY6666” won when they fell at the final hurdle.

This meant “MUNJOSHuHa” collected the $96,000 top prize and the title of champion.

Place Player Prize
1 MUNJOSHuHa $96,000
2 DONKEY6666 $61,426
3 San holo1 $31,200
4 pkrbt $21,600
5 Carnotaurus $16,800
6 TheCleaner11_ $12,973

SPINS Your Way To Glory

More massive events are coming your way this week thanks to POWERFEST being extended until April 19th! Buy into the events, which you can see here, direct, win your way in via a satellite, pay for your entry with tournament dollars, or SPINS your way in for only $5. Whatever you do, play in some of the tournaments!

Multiplier 1st place prize Frequency in 1M games
2 $10 cash 651,227
3 $15 cash 257,202
4.4 $22 POWERFEST ticket 75,000
11 $55 POWERFEST ticket 10,000
21.8 $109 POWERFEST ticket 5,000
64 $320 POWERFEST ticket 1,000
106 $530 POWERFEST ticket 500
210 $1,050 POWERFEST ticket 50
420 $2,100 POWERFEST ticket 20
1,040 $5,200 POWERFEST ticket 1

Check Out Previous POWERFEST Highlights

This latest edition of POWERFEST is the 11th of its kind. Each POWERFEST brings something different to the poker table and you can check out the highlights from past POWERFEST festivals here.

Will it be your alias adorning those pages once POWERFEST XI is done and dusted? Only you can make that happen.

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