Thomas “WushuTM” Muehloecker wins the $5,200

Poker Stars Titans Event and earns $81,905 Austrian superstar Thomas “WushuTM” Muehloecker added the $5,200 Titans Event title to his long list of poker-related achievements over the weekend. Muehloecker defeated a field of 71 players to win the tournament at Poker Stars. When Muehlocker was ahead, he made a deal with the sensational Pablo “pabritz” Brito Silva of Brazil before coming from behind to win the fight. The reward for Muehlocker? $81,905.

Only the nine players who made it to the nine-player final table were able to win a portion of the $355,000 prize pool. Niklas “Lena900” Astedt quit in 11th place, and Benjamin “bencb789” Rolle quit in tenth place, bursting the crucial money bubble.

The first of the nine finalists, “SerVlaMin,” was eliminated

The cash prize of $11,067 was awarded to the runner-up. David “MissOracle” Yan ($12,671), straight from his mind blowing exhibitions at the 2023 Poker Stars Caribbean Experience, completed in eighth, “Phemo” ($16,917) fell in seventh, with Gavin “gavz01” Cochrane ($22,586) seeing his competition in 6th spot.

Joao “Naza114” Vieira took fifth place and took home $30,155. Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi took fourth place and took $40,261. Canada’s “Stumpfed” left stage left, sending the Titans event into the heads-up stage. Muehlocker and Silva reached a settlement here to reduce the pay increase. Despite finishing in second place, Silva took home $85,680, indicating that he held the chip lead. Muehloecker, on the other hand, took home $81,905 and the title of champion.

“malygan3310” transforms $50 into $40,507 and the 50/50 Series

Main Event Title The $500,000 guaranteed Main Event marked the series’ conclusion over the weekend. Before the late registration deadline, 11,841 players had signed up, resulting in a prize pool of $538,173 dollars.

With a $50 buy-in and such a large prize pool, no one at the nine-player final table took home less than $3,127, including bonuses, while the top four finishers received five-figure sums in their Poker Stars accounts.

The German “otto1956” was the first to receive a score of more than $10,000; after finishing fourth, they deposited $13,570. Before Lithuanian “malygan3310” defeated Romanian “J.Fullop.74” head-to-head for victory, Brazilian “Piquiii” took third place and earned an impressive $20,694. The winner took home a cool $40,507, or 810 times their initial buy-in, while the runner-up took home $32,642!

Other Poker Stars Results worth More Than $10,000 “LendYurSex” was one of Poker Stars’ biggest winners this weekend thanks to winning the PKO Sunday Million. The champion left behind a field of 10,265 players who took home $80,439, including bounties.

In the $215 Sunday Supersonic, Brazil’s Allan “allan sheik” Mello won the $109 Sunday Fenomeno for $19,846, while Niklas “Lena900” Astedt took home the $13,049 top prize.

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