Weekend results: tonkaaaa and bencb789 represent, Big 20 Rewind underway, plus latest from HRC

Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani

Here’s where you’ll find the latest highlights and PokerStars results, including the Sunday Majors and High Roller Club.

Team Pro – tonkaaaa and bencb789 represent

Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot had an excellent weekend at the tables. The Canadian Team Pro player and Twitch streamer took down the Fat Sunday for a total of $5,344, came third in the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown for $6,137 total, and also claimed third in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up for $9,036.

Benjamin “bencb789” Rolle also appeared on several final tables, earning a fourth place finish in the Warm-Up, eighth in the Cooldown, and second in the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic. His three final table results totalled $22,820.

High Roller Club winners

Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani

Pedro Garagnani is one of the top ranked players in the world

Among the big winners in this weekend’s High Roller Club were Simon “simon1471” Higgens of the UK, “Anjeyyy” of Ukraine and Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani of Brazil.

Higgens won the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up for $17,401. Anjeyyy came first in the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown, picking up an incredible $12k in bounties for a total of $19,625. Garagnani, who is currently ranked number two in the world on PocketFives, won the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic for $22,498.

UK pro Patrick “pads1161” Leonard had several near misses, bagging second place in the Sunday HR, $1,050 Sunday Cooldown, and NLO8 Sunday Supersonic. Although he may be disappointed not to claim the top spots, his final table finishes totaled $29,722; a solid performance and decent results by anyone’s standards.

Big 20 Rewind

“martin12389” of Argentina, “Syltty” of Finland, and “millimetre” of Russia won the first three side events of the Big 20 Rewind. Side Event 01, the $215 Freezeout, was particularly lucrative. martin12389 took $20,780 for first.

Big 20 Rewind is now underway

But it was the Big 20 Rewind – 2001 – Year of PokerStars event that grabbed everyone’s attention. The $11 Freezeout had 12,037 entries, making for a prize pool of $117,962. Along with the prize money, the winner will get a SLAM package, EPT package, and PSPC Platinum Pass. “MrMo19” of Canada has a significant chip lead with nine players left.

Every Big 20 Rewind tourney will have additional prizes for players, ranging from trendy watches to round the world trips. Check out the full Big 20 Rewind schedule here.

Final table payouts and results

Below you’ll find the final table standings and payouts for the weekend majors and High Roller Club events:

Author: wpadmin

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