Sebastian 'p0cket00' Sikorski has hit a milestone in online tournament poker cashes this week. He is only the second person to hit the $9 million mark in career winnings on PocketFives — the online tournament tracking site. Only Chris Moorman has reached that mark before. Moorman surpassed $10 million in 2013 and is currently closing in on $13 million.
Sikorski, from Ontario, has earned most of his tournament cashes on PokerStars, but he also plays on Full Tilt, partypoker, 888poker, the MergeGaming Network, Americas Cardroom, the iPoker Network, and others.
Throughout his career, Sikorski has been ranked the No. 1 player in the world on PocketFives nine times. The most recent time was in 2014. He's currently ranked 77th in the world and eighth in Canada.
Despite the enormous $9 million milestone, Sikorski has only had two six-figure cashes in his career. His largest was when he won the Super Tuesday on PokerStars in 2014 for $106,210. His second-best cash was for $105,638 for finishing fifth in PokerStars' Spring Championship of Online Poker Event #22: $2,100 No-Limit Hold'em in 2013. All of his other cashes were for less than $100,000. However, he has more than 6,300 cashes tracked on PocketFives for an average of $1,425 each.