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  1. If the 2019 Spring Championship of Online Poker has a narrative, it's the two-time champ. One day after Juan 'malaka$tyle' Pardo became the 10th player to win a second title of the year, two more players added their name to that list. One day after winning his first 2019 title and $312K, Kahle 'ROFLShove' Burns added $178K and a second title by winning Event #52 High ($2,100 No Limit Hold'em). Burns beat a final table that included runner-up Ole 'wizowizo' Schemion, Steve 'Mr. Tim Caum' O'Dwyer, former #1-ranked 'Legenden', and recent SCOOP winner Jans 'Graftekkel' Arends. The second pla
  2. The 2019 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker headed into its final weekend by offering a full slate of big-time tournaments and massive paydays on Friday. When the money gets this big, online poker’s elite players forgo a night out on the town as they spent their Friday night grinding. Among those who captured a SCOOP title on Friday include GPI #1 ranked Alex ‘bigfox86’ Foxen, Jason ‘jakoon1985’ Koon, Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson and Matthew ‘MUSTAFABET’ Ashton. The biggest score of the day belonged to regular high-stakes MTT player ‘ROFLShove’ who took down Event #49 (High) $10,300
  3. Russia's Maksim 'MAMOHT_T' Mamonov has been ranked as high as #5 in the PocketFives Rankings, but until Tuesday, he'd never won a COOP title. Mamonov beat 2,376 other players to win a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title and the second-largest score of his online poker career. Mamonov won Event #36 High ($1,050 Six No Limit Hold'em PKO) by beating Sean 'MonkeyBudg' Prendiville heads up. Mamonov and Prendiville made a deal with Manonov earning $74,117.84 and Prendiville scoring $74,248.19. Manonov also picked up $42,483.42 in bounties. 'Wazaahun' finished third for $42,450.96
  4. Brazilian poker players continue to put up fantastic results as the 2019 Spring Championship of Online Poker marches towards its final weekend of action, but one player stood out on Monday. Guilherme 'guilherme12' Decourt took down two SCOOP events to become the first player this year to win twice in a single day. Decourt picked up his first win in Event #33 Medium ($109 Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better), beating out 1,358 other players, including Robin 'robinho' Ylitalo heads-up, to win $21,102.55. He followed that up by winning Event #37 High ($530 No Limit Omaha 8 or Better), earning $24,170.
  5. For the next two weeks, the online poker world will be focused on PokerStars and the Spring Championship of Online Poker. Action kicked off Sunday with 15 different events starting, but only three played down to a winner. Finland's Olli 'Era_Koira' Ikonen got the start to SCOOP that every other player was hoping for after beating 238 other player in Event #7-High ($2,100 Turbo 8 Max No Limit Hold'em). That score came with a $91,913.31 payday. Runner-up Michael Soyza earned $70,092.67 while third place finisher 'Pimmss' took home $53,452.44. The final table also included Sam Grafton, Ole
  6. Former #1-ranked Calvin 'cal42688' Anderson won a record-breaking ninth PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title on Day 6 of SCOOP and catapulted himself into the top spot on the overall series leaderboard. Anderson came into the day's play already holding a record eight SCOOP titles, but by the end of it, he had made that number nine by winning Event #19 (High) for $126,659. After 335 entrants had departed the $2,100 buy-in field, the final three of Anderson, Aaron Been and David 'dpeters17' Peters went to battle. Peters, fresh off the back of his fourth-place finish at the EPT

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