The $5,200 Titans Event at PokerStars is one of the toughest online poker tournaments in the industry, but it appears that the United Kingdom’s “SerVlaMin” did not get that particular memo. On April 30, SerVlaMin became a two-time Titans Event champion, adding $101,216 to their bankroll six months after taking down the same event for $105,462.
SerVlaMin has almost $2.5 million in PokerStars winnings and a significant chunk of that impressive total stems from the Titans event. In addition to their brace of outright victories, SerVlaMin has a second-place finish and a pair of thirds on their resume. The $101,216 SerVlaMin collected this weekend is their third-largest PokerStars score. Only their previous Titans win and a ninth-place finish in the $10,300 World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) Main Event in 2022 ($122,218) surpassing it.
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$5,200 Titans Event Final Table Results
|2||Ian “Drakeylfc” Drake||Isle of Man||$75,810|
|3||Manuel “Phemo” Bueno||Austria||$56,782|
|4||Pablo Brito “pabritz” Silva||Brazil||$42,529|
|5||Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph||Austria||$31,854|
|7||Niklas “Lena900” Astedt||Sweden||$17,870|
|9||Thomas “WushuTM” Meuhloecker||Austria||$11,691|
Seventy-five entries resulted in a $375,000 prize pool, a hefty sum that the nine finalists shared. Talal “raidalot Shakerchi was the unfortunate soul who popped the money bubble when he fell in tenth place. Shakerchi is a former Titans Event champion, but his wait for another victory must continue for at least another seven days.
Thomas “WushTM” Muehloecker crashed out of the tournament in ninth, a finish good for $11,691. Muehlocker gained some company on the rail when “neeno1990” and Niklas “Lena900” Astedt busted; they padded their bankrolls with $13,385 and $17,870, respectively.
Sixth place and $23,859 went to German grinder “tschibo187” before Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph ran out of steam in fifth, and had to make do with a $31,854 payday, still a healthy return for a few hours’ worth of grinding online.
The pay jumps continued expanding at an alarming rate, with fourth place paying $42,529. Brazilian sensation Pablo Brito “pabritz” Silva receiving that sum. Pokercode coach Manuel “Phemo” Bueno bowed out in third, and saw $56,782 land in his PokerStars account.
Heads-up pitted SerVlaMin against Ian “Drakeylfc” Drake of the Isle of Man. Drake was already guaranteed his largest-ever PokerStars score regardless of whether or not he won the event or finished second. The latter occurred when SerVlaMin defeated Drake heads-up, resigning Drake to a $75,810 score, and capturing the $101,216 top prize for themselves.
Keep an eye out for SerVlaMin in the upcoming Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) festival. They already have a brace of WCOOP titles to their name, but, so far, a SCOOP title remains elusive.
Other PokerStars Results From April 30
It was not only SerVla min and the other Titans Event finalists that came away with five-figure prizes because British player “foxjoke” netted $40,502, including bounties when they triumphed in the $530 Bounty Builder High Roller event.
Also, Patrice “pAtcAsh83” Brandt took down the $109 Sunday Cooldown for $15,450, while “whereisdonny” won the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic for $19,410.
|$530 Bounty Builder High Roller||484||$250,000||foxjoke||$40,502*|
|$1,050 Sunday High Roller||123||$123,000||HansDenSvans||$29,167*|
|$1,050 Sunday Supersonic||50||$50,793||whereisdonny||$19,410|
|$109 Sunday Warm-Up||1,087||$108,700||billionaire||$17,737|
|$109 Sunday Cooldown||1,237||$123,700||Patrice “pAtcAsh83” Brandt||$15,450*|
|$109 Sunday Fenomeno||1,169||$116,900||drinho2pac||$15,085|
|$1,050 Sunday Warm-Up High Roller||42||$42,000||Andy “BowieEffect” Wilson||$14,764|
|$215 Sunday Supersonic||368||$75,351||yAAwn||$13,731|
|$1,050 Sunday Cooldown||35||$35,000||WhatIfGod||$12,800*|
|$109 Bounty Builder||815||$81,500||99dm84||$11,485*|
*includes bounty payments
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