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WCOOP 2014: All the details you'll need!

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  • WCOOP 2014: All the details you'll need!

    We called it WCOOP day about a month ago. It was the day we on the PokerStars Blog put the summer behind us and turned instead towards the start of the World Championship of Online Poker. The build-up if you like, some preamble ahead of what is always the highlight of the online poker calendar .....

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    Three events on the cards for today. You'll find the full schedule HERE Raiser umbup:
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      WCOOP 2014: RahvusKala reigns, collects $137K for Event #1 win ($109 NLHE Kickoff)

      WCOOP 2014: RahvusKala reigns, collects $137K for Event #1 win ($109 NLHE Kickoff)

      It's here! The long wait has ended, and online poker's most popular annual tournament series has returned again as the 2014 World Championship of Online Poker has begun at PokerStars, getting underway Sunday with three different two-day events. Event #1, a $109 buy-in no-limit hold'em affair appropriately titled the "WCOOP Kickoff," saw more than 10,000 vying for the first title of the series ....

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        WCOOP 2014: andresds dominates late to win Event #2

        WCOOP 2014: andresds dominates late to win Event #2 ($215 NLH 6-Max, Sunday Warm-Up Special Edition)

        Day 1 of the biggest online poker series in the universe kicked off yesterday with over $4.5 million in prize money generated over three tournaments. 2014 World Championship of Online Poker Event 2 was a Special Edition of the Sunday Warm-Up; deep stacked, 6-Max, No Limit Hold'em with a $750,000 guarantee .....

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          WCOOP 2014: Ryan "gutshtallin" Welch wins Event #3

          WCOOP 2014: Ryan "gutshtallin" Welch wins Event #3, $200K; whipEEr $269K after 7-way deal ($215 NLHE)

          For Event #3 of this year's WCOOP a "Special Edition" of the Sunday Million was staged, lasting two days and guaranteeing a whopping $1.5 million prize pool. The event drew a massive field of 11,634, making a $2,326,800 prize pool that was ultimately split among the top 1,530 finishers .....

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            WCOOP 2014: Creatiff111 claims first Russian victory in Event #4

            WCOOP 2014: Creatiff111 claims first Russian victory in Event #4 ($320 PLO 6-Max)

            A few days ago, we wondered if Russian players would thrive in this year's WCOOP.
            While one victory in four isn't a definitive answer, it's definitely a step in the right direction.
            Creatiff111 has scored Russia its first victory in Event #4 ($320 PLO 6-Max). Creatiff111 toppled a field of 1,554 players and earned $76,923.00 in the process, it was the largest single chunk of the $466,200 prize pool .....

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              WCOOP 2014: SCOOP champ lehout earns WCOOP glory in Event #5

              WCOOP 2014: SCOOP champ lehout earns WCOOP glory in Event #5 ($320 NLHE 6-Max, Shootout)

              No one at this final table wanted to be the first to go broke. To get there, each of its six players won the equivalent of three consecutive single table tournaments, a process that took close to eleven hours. Then, for nearly two and a half hours, six-handed play slogged on before MAMOHT_T broke the seal and eliminated GodsTeacher ....

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                WCOOP 2014: Championship off to great start with (some) predictable results

                WCOOP 2014: Championship off to great start with (some) predictable results

                In what can only be described as enormously convenient, the opening day's results in the 2014 World Championship of Online Poker demonstrated just how potent the Russian poker community is right now.
                Last week we focused on some of the talent coming out of Russia, among them MAMOHT_T, who yesterday finished second in Event #5, a six-max shoot-out, collecting $50.428.62 in the process ....

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                  WCOOP: Draw specialist scuel1975 earns gold in Event #7

                  WCOOP: Draw specialist scuel1975 earns gold in Event #7, $215 NL Draw

                  Few poker variants today are as well-known yet little-played as five-card Draw. For those who master it there's still plenty of money to be won, not to mention gold bracelets during WCOOP. Event #7 came down to one player who had already won a SCOOP watch and a career-high tournament score playing Draw, and another who specializes in the game but had never had a chance to become a COOP champion in it ....

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                    WCOOP 2014: win to eat gobbles up Event #8 title

                    WCOOP 2014: win to eat gobbles up Event #8 title ($215 NL Omaha Hi/Lo, 6-Max)

                    Could you locate Moldova on a map? A tiny Eastern European republic sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, Moldova could fit inside the state of Maryland and has about 200,000 fewer residents than the city of Los Angeles. Although the WCOOP has been in existence since 2002, it wasn't until tonight that a Moldovan player captured a bracelet. At a tough final table that included PCA Main Event runner-up Kyle Julius, Moldova's win to eat ran roughshod over his opponents, emerging with a $36k score and his country's first WCOOP title ....

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                      WCOOP 2014: Catch up on some of the highlights with PokerStars.tv

                      WCOOP 2014: Catch up on some of the highlights with PokerStars.tv

                      With WCOOP 2014 now underway and the results coming in we can present the first of what will be a series of videos from PokerStars.tv taking a closer look at some of the highlights from selected final tables.
                      Throughout the Championship you'll be able to get a closer table-eye view of WCOOP events with typically insightful commentary provided by Nick Wealthall and David Tuckman ...

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                        WCOOP 2014: WhatIfGod was one of us, wins Event #10

                        WCOOP 2014: WhatIfGod was one of us, wins Event #10 ($215 PL Omaha, Knockout)

                        Pot Limit Omaha already has a big element of gamble involved, but tack on a bounty to each player and things can get wild. The tenth tournament of the 2014 World Championship of Online Poker did just that with a $150,000 guarantee along with it ....

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                          WCOOP 2014: Assad91 wins second COOP title with victory in Event #9

                          WCOOP 2014: Assad91 wins second COOP title with victory in Event #9 Super Tuesday Special Edition

                          Assad91 added a second COOP title to his resume after winning WCOOP Event #9. The Norwegian had previously won a TCOOP event in January 2013. Victory was no easy feat. Assad91 had a worthy heads-up adversary in Str8$$$Homey, who was seeking a second-career WCOOP title and a third overall COOP championship ...

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                            WCOOP 2014: plattsburgh powers through Event #11

                            WCOOP 2014: plattsburgh powers through Event #11 ($320 NLHE Ante Up)

                            A chip lead is preferable, but it guarantees nothing, no matter how deep the tournament is.
                            Our champion, plattsburgh, was made well aware of that fact after having to battle a dominant chip leader throughout the final table ...

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                              WCOOP 2014: 360flip019 runs the table to win Event #12

                              WCOOP 2014: 360flip019 runs the table to win Event #12 ($215 NLH, Heads-Up)

                              The midweek schedule for the 2014 World Championship of Online Poker presented players with one of the more popular variations of the game. Heads-up No Limit Hold'em with big money up top for the player who could win 11 straight matches, assuming no bye in the first round ...

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