Weekly Review: Lamers, Engel, Talbot Win Big

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The Weekly Review is back with your weekly TL;DR recap of the weeks news articles filling you in on everything you need to know.

Here is your Weekly Review for Jan 20, 2019 to Jan 26, 2019.

Canada's Adam Lamers Caputres Alberta Poker Championship Main Event

Adam Lamers travels the poker circuits, but as a reporter for PokerNews rather than playing. While on a break covering the live poker scene, Lamers jumped into the $888 Alberta Poker Championship (APC) Main Event. He ended up being the last player standing out of the 246 entries to capture $43,789.

For the full article please click on the link below.

Engel Adds to his Aussie Millions Resume

Canadian Ari Engel has continued to add to his Aussie Millions resume with a win in the $1,500 Mix-Max event. The event switches from full ring to six max, followed by heads-up matches when eight players are left. Engel outlasted them all to collect A$65,400 beating Charlie Hawes in the final heads up match for his second Aussie Millions ring.

Engel previously won the 2016 Aussie Millions Main Event at the Crown Casino for A$1,600,000.

For the full article please click on the link below.

AGLC Looks Into Regulated Online Gambling Again

It looks like the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) has been investigating regulated online gambling in the province. The CBC reported that the provincial gaming regulator started a preliminary search for an operator to offer the online service early in 2019.

Alberta and Saskatchewan are the only two provinces that fail to offer regulated online gambling.

For the full story please check out the link below.

Twitch Streamer Picks Up Canada's Biggest Sunday Score

Toronto's Parker "tonkaaaa" Talbot had two massive scores this past Sunday by chopping the $215 Sunday Million on PokerStars and finishing second in the Sunday Bounty Hunter on partypoker for more than $130,000.

"r1d3rst0rm" followed a win in the Sunday Million last week with a third place finish in the High Roller Club: Sunday 500 on PokerStars to pocket $17,585.

Sam Greenwood also put his name on the leaderboard with a second place finish in the Sunday Supersonic to Sweden's Anton Wigg. Greenwood collected $31,067 for the runner up finish.

For the full results of how Canadian's fared in the Sunday majors, please click on the link below.

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