The Weekly Review: Sunday Briefing and PlayNow SPC Announcement

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It’s a bit of a short week with no live events taking place to recap, but there was still a recap of the Sunday online majors and the announcement of the PlayNow Spring Poker Championship, as well as an upcoming PokerStars series to look forward to.

Here is your Weekly Review for March 11 to 17, 2018:

Petrangelo Wins Sunday High Roller From Canada

Nick “Caecilius” Petrangelo had the best result this week from Canada. The American playing from inside Canadian boundaries collected $65,233 en route to winning the $2,100 buy-in Sunday High Roller on PokerStars.

Also on PokerStars, a Canadian found their way onto the final table of the Sunday Million. “hotshotss21” managed to turn their $215 buy-in into a sixth-place finish, winning $28,856 in the process.

Over on partypoker, the Super Sunday Main Event – H was a $215 buy-in which saw Canadian “WWWpartyCOM” collect the win after a deal for $77,000.

For the full rundown of how Canadians fared in the Sunday majors, please click on the link below.

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PlayNow Spring Poker Championship on the Horizon

The PlayNow Spring Poker Championship is set to begin in just over a month. The event will take place at Club Regent Casino from April 25 to 29 in Winnipeg.

The event schedule is as follows:

DateEventStarting StackBlind Level Length
April 25: 7 p.m.$120 Main Event Satelite5,00020-minute blinds
April 26: 2 p.m.$600 No Limit Hold’em15,00030-minute blinds
April 27: 2 p.m.$300 No Limit Hold’em7,00020-minute blinds
April 28: 12 p.m.$1,100 No Limit Hold’em – Main Event20,00045-minute blinds
April 29: 12 p.m.$1,100 Main Event Day 2--
April 29: 1 p.m.$400 No Limit Hold’em8,00020-minute blinds

For more details, please click on the link below.

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PokerStars High Roller Series Has $10M Guaranteed

The PokerStars High Roller Series is set to take place from March 18 to 26 with 27 intense, high buy-in events with more than $10 million guaranteed across the festival. The lowest buy-in dropped from $1,050 to $530 with the highest buy-in being $10,300.

The festival culminates with a $2,100 NLHE Main Event with $2 million guaranteed. The first of the two-day tournament starts on March 25.

For the full breakdown of the schedule please click on the link below.

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