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2011 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker Results

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Sep/26/2011
2011 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker

The 2011 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) results have been posted. 

WCOOP-52: $300 + $20 No Limit Hold’em
Prize Pool: $531,300
Entrants: 1,771

1st: Demokritos09 – $85,008.65
2nd: Telefonkiosk – $62,756.00
3rd: d0r1t0s – $47,817.00
4th: HerrLauti – $34,932.97
5th: F3nix35 – $25,236.75
6th: toddytheboy – $19,658
7th: B_Lindberg – $14,345.10
8th: Pro1612 – $9,297.75
9th: redmaex1989 – $5,313.00

WCOOP-53: $500 + $30 No Limit Hold’em w/ Rebuys
Prize Pool: $958,500
Entrants: 652

 

1st: Vinkyy – $160,558.13
2nd: Skilled G – $148,558.12
3rd: Flush_Entity – $95,850.00
4th: James “Asprin1” Akenhead – $71,887.50
5th: Lecher1991 – $50,321.25
6th: patasss – $40,736.25
7th: 99Jam.Mr – $31,151.25
8th: salfshb – $21,566.25
9th: Giuseppe “Ansgar2000” Pantaleo – $13,514.85

WCOOP-54: $2,000 +$1—Six-Handed Pot Limit Omaha
Prize Pool: $836,000
Entrants: 418

1st: Nicolas “nicc” Chouity – $150,947.00
2nd: beastishngry – $139,980.87
3rd: NoLimi7Souja – $91,960.00
4th: liujunewei926 – $63,536.00
5th: el_klokador – $46,398.00
6th: and217 – $29,678.00

WCOOP-55: $500 + $30 No Limit Hold’em Cubed Event
Prize Pool: $954,000
Entrants: 831

1st: HR_Dub – $172,674.00
2nd: Fabian “fabstinho” Quoss – $124,020.00
3rd: Davjey – $93,015
4th: Pierre “Zoutechamp” Neuville – $60,642.00
5th: Fabrizio “SixthSenSe19” Gonzalez – $49,131.00
6th: de bluffer – $39,591.00
7th: Se7enTr3y – $30,051.00
8th: Arnie_D – $21,083.40
9th: respect82 – $12,211.20

WCOOP-56: $1,000 + $50 Six-Handed Limit Hold’em
Prize Pool: $284,000
Entrants: 284

1st: Joe “ender555” Ebanks – $62,480.00
2nd: Roenepoen – $43,594.00
3rd: vitapur – $32,660.00
4th: StoneFace007 – $22,720.00
5th: RiverBoom – $17,040.00
6th: PikkuHUMPPA – $11,360.00

WCOOP-57: $200 + $15 Turbo No Limit Omaha Hi/Lo
Prize Pool: $190,200
Entrants: 951

1st: nemisoi – $31,002.65
2nd: UlDuffer – $27,959.35
3rd: Neptune04 – $18,449.40
4th: Fabrizio “SixthSenSe19” Gonzalez – $13,789.50
5th: Kalif1204 – $9,586.09
6th: Larry “BBOY3110” Sharp – $7,608.00
7th: karolinaD – $5,706.00
8th: gumasta – $3,804.00
9th: titovka24 – $2,282.40

WCOOP-58: $500 + $30 Heads-Up Pot Limit Omaha
Prize Pool: $200,500
Entrants: 401

1st: MiPwnYa – $50,125.00
2nd: Scott “BigRiskky” Clements – $26,065.00
T-3rd: DaMethod – $14,035.00
T-3rd: Patonius2000 – $14,035.00
T-5th: NigDawG – $6,416.00
T-5th: mounteast – $6,416.00
T-5th: ILIOS72 – $6,416.00
T-5th: RuiNF – $6,416.00

WCOOP-59: $2,000 + $100 HORSE
Prize Pool: $282,000
Entrants: 141

1st: p3rc4 – $61,335.00
2nd: turataika – $43,710.00
3rd: mitdadu – $33,840.00
4th: Operga – $23,970.00
5th: Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier – $15,510.00
6th: Alex “Kravchenko” Kravchenko – $12,690.00
7th: A1Jags – $9,870.00
8th: Bryn “BrynKenney” Kenney – $7,755.00

WCOOP-61: $10,000 + $300 8-Game
Prize Pool: $700,000
Entrants: 70

1st: Ostrov – $210,000.00
2nd: Eugene “E.Katcahlov” Katchalov – $140,000.00
3rd: roi kin23 – $105,000.00
4th: Brryann – $70,000.00
5th: Daniel “KidPoker” Negreanu – $52,500.00
6th: Maria “Femmeonfelt” Ho – $38,500

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