Andrew “stato 1” Hulme Makes a Comeback to the Top 20 in the United Kingdom

Andrew "stato 1" Hulme Makes a Comeback to the Top 20 in the United Kingdom

After a run of excellent performances, Andrew “stato 1” Hulme, who was previously ranked 32nd in the world by PocketFives.com, has returned to the top 20 in the United Kingdom online poker rankings this week. Hulme won $12,203 in a $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack Freezeout event at PokerStars before winning another $14,557 in the $5,200 WCOOP Main Event. After finishing third in the PKO edition of the $215 Sunday Supersonic, Hulme went on to win numerous four-figure prizes, including one for over $5,000.

John “JBradley” Bradley climbed to tenth position by dominating the $50-$100 Daily Turbo events at GGPoker. Bradley had time to enter a few extra events, including the WSOP Online $300 Sunday Marathon. He took fifth place in the race, earning $14,750. Despite winning the $215 Bounty Builder at PokerStars, Patrick “JaegsPL Lauber is currently in fourth position. Lauber’s career earnings increased by more than $5,000 as a result of his triumph.

“Havana” has climbed to 11th place after putting in an unbelievable amount of volume over the last seven days. When skilled players play a lot of poker, they tend to have good luck, which was the case here. Following a sixth-place finish in the $1,050 Saturday Bounty HR at GGPoker, Havana received a $8,988 reward. In addition to a half-dozen four-figure scores, Havana earned $6,178 in a $1,050 GGPoker tournament.

For months, Frank “Denman98” Lillis has dominated the Irish online poker rankings, but Alex “FutureofMe” Kulev has closed the deficit to only 121 points, putting an end to his reign.

Although Lillis won more over $5,000 on a PokerStars $530 Bounty Builder, Kulev dominated numerous events. Kulev won $7,250 for finishing second in the partypoker WPTWOC Mix-Max Championship and another $30,310 for finishing third in a $530 NL Hold’em 8-Max freezeout WCOOP tournament at PokerStars.

Andrei Kulev is now rated 47th in the world, which is his highest position ever. After finishing third in the $20,000 Big Shot 109 at 888poker, Dara “Doke” O’Kearney is still in third place in Ireland. After finishing third in their respective events, Kevin “KevinK82” Keely and Louise “lou045” Butler climbed the Irish rankings this week. Keely came in third place in the PokerStars $33 Bounty Builder, while Butler came in second place in the partypoker Super 6.

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