The Sunday Scoop: Stammdogg Takes A Bite

Keven Stammen
Keven "Stammdogg" Stammen after his 2009 WSOP bracelet win.

It was a rather big day for 2009 WSOP Bracelet winner Keven "Stammdogg" Stammen on another busy Sunday in the online poker world.

The Celina, Ohio based pro made two major final tables, just missing out on a couple of massive scores.

Full Tilt Poker's $750k Guaranteed drew 4,213 creating an $842,600 prize pool that paid 585. ravagee booked the win and $148,794.73 first place prize defeating a final table that included a sixth place finish by Stammen (25,783.56).

In the meantime, Stammen was also busy finishing fourth in the PokerStars $215 Sunday 2nd Chance for $21,555.

The PokerStars Sunday Million was still the biggest event on the day, with 8,514 entrants creating a total prize pool of $1,702,800 that paid 1,260.

After chopping heads up, ettiezzi went on to book the win and collect $229,030.02. artohme recieved $204,507.27 finishing runner-up.

The PokerStars Sunday Warm-up drew 4,718 with 26071985 grabbing $148,034.11 for the win after beating P1ngPoNgPr0 ($109,929.40) heads up.

But the real story on PokerStars may have been the play of a few of its Team pros.

Team Online's Anders "Donald" Berg won two smaller events and final tabled two others. Canadian Team Pro Greg DeBora booked a small win, teammate Pat Pezzin made a final table, Barry Greenstein made the $215 HORSE final and Nacho Barbero went deep in the $109 rebuy.

As a part of Full Tilt Poker's Rush week promotion, the Sunday Brawl was converted to a Rush Poker Tournament this week.

It drew 2,616 and DaMurdera3 outlasted them all to collect a $106,209.60 first prize.

Finally, ERIK WRIGHT won a UB $200k Guaranteed event that drew 948, forcing the site to kick in a slight overlay.

Team UB Pro "Hollywood" Dave Stann had yet another good run in this one finishing 20th.

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