SCOOP: ‘Deividas K’ Highlights Opening Day Winners

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Just three events played down to a winner on the opening day of SCOOP 2018.

The opening day of the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker featured 15 different events, but only three managed to play down to a winner.

The biggest winner of the day was ‘Sintoras‘. The German grinder topped the 578-player field in Event #6 (High) to win $86,825.67 after agreeing to a chop with fellow German ‘Succeeed‘ and Dutchman ‘Dhr. Aweseome’. Coming in fourth in the $1,050 buy-in event was former #1-ranked player Patrick ‘pads1161’ Leonard.

Deividas K‘, the #11-ranked player in Luthuania, toko down Event #6 (Medium) for $38,710.64 – the largest score of his career. ‘xxLammbockxx’ and ‘Mr. Dupino’ each picked up $25,000 for their respective second and third place finishes while ‘Ragnar 2114’ earned $24,000.33 for finishing fourth.

The Low version of Event #6 attracted 8,435 with Greece’s ‘loui1989’ topping all of them to win $11,610.02 in the only opening day event that did not finish with a deal.

Event #6 (Low): $11 Six Max No Limit Hold’em
Entrants: 8,435
Prize pool: $83,633

  1. loui1989 – $11,610.02
  2. guipioi – $8,084.20
  3. a.adil87 – $5,632.85
  4. Quellek – $3,924.81
  5. Eggnivia – $2,734.69
  6. babanaa0522 – $1,905.45

Event #6 (Medium): $109 Six Max No Limit Hold’em
Entrants: 3,104
Prize pool: $310,400

  1. Deividas K – $38,710.64*
  2. xxLammbockxx – $25,000.00*
  3. Mr. Dupino – $25,000.00*
  4. Ragnar 2114 – $24,000.33*
  5. retrytm – $10,539.63
  6. mirrorrrrrrr – $7,343.72

Event #6 (High): $1,050 Six Max No Limit Hold’em
Entrants: 578
Prize pool: $578,000

  1. Sintoras – $86,825.67*
  2. Succeeed – $67,442.44*
  3. Dhr. Awesome – $72,785.71*
  4. pads1161 – $37,177.42
  5. Lubczyk88 – $26,548.86
  6. firgli – $18,958.86

*Indicates a deal was made

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