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  1. For the second time this year, Ole Schemion worked his way through a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker field to stand victorious. This time though, he doubled the payout of the first event and walked away with more than a quarter-million dollars. Schemion beat out 117 other entries to win Event #102 High ($10,300 NLHE High Roller) for a $258,639.29 payday. Runner-up 'megaliciou$$$' narrowly missed out on the title and ended up with a $200,391.37 consolation prize. Macao-based 'limitless' turned up in third place and added $155,261.45 to their bankroll. The final table also incl
  2. Saturday was a light day on the 2020 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker slate with the $5,200 buy-in Main Event set to take center stage on Sunday. Just six events played down to a winner with yet another player adding their name to the three-time winner club. Russian Andrei 'Premove' Skvortsov took down Event #67 High ($1,050 NLO8) for a $35,886.02 score and his third career victory. This is his second WCOOP title in No Limit Omaha 8-or-better after he won the $5.50 buy-in event in 2018. That same year he won his first WCOOP title in a $109 buy-in 2-7 Single Draw tournament.
  3. For years now, Brazil online poker players have enjoyed tremendous success during PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Thursday was no different as two Brazilians picked up SCOOP titles and another 14 showed up at final table. Cassio 'cassiopak' Pisapia De Almeida Kiles, the #13-ranked player in Brazil, beat out 193 other players in Event #15 High ($5,200 No Limit Hold'em) to take home $189,820.91. Francisco 'Tomatee' Benitez finished one spot behind for $162,476.49. The final two players agreed to a chop after Dmitry 'yurasov1990' Yurasov was eliminated in third place. Edison

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