2008 WCOOP train rolls on

Andre Akkari
Andre Akkari is the last Team PokerStars man standing in Event 6, which continues for Day 2 today.

Where were you this weekend? If you're an online poker fan it's likely you were checking out the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker as it continued through four more events on Saturday and Sunday.

On Saturday, the poker site hosted a $200+$15 Limit Hold'em event and a $200+$15 2-7 Triple Draw event. Then on Sunday, Jonathan Little, European Poker Tour champion Glen Chorney, and prominent online pros gbmantis, dorinvandy, DuckU and purplEUROS.

When all the cards had settled, dorinvandy had the win, to pocket $617,925 of the $3,210,000 prize pool.

The final table played out as follows:

Place Name Country Prize
1st dorinvandy United States $617,925
2nd DuckU United States $459,030
3rd #1PEN United States $337,050
4th Choron Canada $256,800
5th gbmantis United States $179,760
6th Money800 United States $139,635
7th Jcardshark United States $107,535
8th purplEUROS United States $75,435
9th O.Hershiser United States $54,570

Event 6

PokerStars had even more guaranteed money up for grabs on Sunday with the $3 million guaranteed No-Limit Hold'em event. This is a two-day event that saw 7,351 players pony up the $500+$30 for a shot at the prize.

In the end there was $3,675,500 in the prize pool and only 72 players who made it to see Day 2. Andre Akkari is the sole survivor from Team PokerStars to make it through, and when play began today, pokrates was the chip leader.

Stay tuned to PokerListings as we continue to bring you the results from the 2008 WCOOP on Tuesday. If you want to get in the action yourself, head to PokerStars.

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