The Sunday Scoop: Flushed Down The-Toilet

WPT Player of the Year Faraz "THE-TOILET" Jaka had a big day on UB.

Thanks to a couple of massive guarantees on PokerStars courtesy of this year’s World Championship of Online Poker, it was another big Sunday online.

A total of 5,799 players shelled out the $500+$30 buy in for WCOOP 22, a two-day tournament carrying a $3 million guaranteed prize pool.

When all was said and done Sunday, just 209 players remained with skylarsash holding the overnight chip lead.

They will get back up and running at 5 p.m. ET Monday with a $469,290 first-place prize on the line, six-figure scores for the top five finishers and a few big names still in the hunt, including Team PokerStars Pro Daniel “KidPoker” Negreanu.

Meanwhile, WCOOP 21 held a very Sunday-Million like $215 entry fee and $1.5 million guarantee.

A total of 10,492 players created a guarantee smashing $2,098,400 prize pool and Antoshka walked away with the biggest share, banking $280k after a three way deal with UndrAAge and vic_xcite.

Over on UB, WPT Player of the Year Faraz “THE-TOILET” Jaka turned the site’s biggest tournaments into his personal ATM, making fourth in both the $100k and $200k Guaranteed events.

Jaka earned almost $25k on the day while LUCKY89BLUNT went on to win the $200k title and $44,660, besting a final table that also included Matt Vengrin (6th) and “Hollywood” Dave Stann (7th).

DONNIESLASKO won the $100k for $37,375, getting past a final nine that also included Bryan Devonshire (3rd).

In the meantime, it was business as usual over on Full Tilt with 522 players jumping in the weekly $750k Guaranteed.

Crf88 took down the title, booking a $132,787.50 score.

Meanwhile, evenkeal777 took down The Sunday Brawl for $113,071, besting a final table that featured Scandinavian star Trond Eidsvig (8th).

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