Card Player Blogger Casey Jarzabek Chops Up Sunday Million Back-To-Back
Jarzabek Makes Incredible Return To Online Poker After Short Hiatus
After a brief hiatus for the birth of his son, Card Player blogger Casey “bigdogpckt5s” Jarzabek has returned to the online poker arena in a spectacular way, chopping up the PokerStars Sunday Million each of the last two weeks and taking down the Super Tuesday.
Jarzabek, who said in his latest blog that he has “a renewed vigor and desire to start crushing the game again,” won the $1,000 buy-in Super Tuesday on Jan. 8 for $78,514.
The next weekend, he chopped up the $200 buy-in Sunday Million, finishing in fourth place for $137,488. This Sunday, the 39-year-old Canadian managed to do it all over again, chopping for a total of $118,154 after a third-place finish.
Jarzabek is considered to be one of the best online tournament players in the world, having finished in the top 10 of the Card Player Online Player of the Year race in both 2009 and 2010.
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