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  1. The 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker is speeding to a conclusion as another four events wrapped up on the evening before the start of the Main Events. While players may be waiting in anticipation for the final Sunday of the series, Saturday provided its own brand of excitement as a pair of longtime grinders earned their third career SCOOP titles and one of PokerStars’ own pros battled for a victory in front of an audience of thousands. With over 14,000 viewers following the action on Twitch, PokerStars ambassador Fintan ‘easywithaces’ Hand took down Event #82-H ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO, High Roller) for his second career SCOOP title. Hand was rewarded with the $95,437.47 first-place prize plus another $136,718.74 in bounties for a massive total score of $232,426.12. Lucas ‘landapincha’ Landa finished in second place and walked away with his own six-figure score of $158,093,55, bounties included. And Jonathan ‘luckyfish89’ Clark ended up in third place which was good for a total haul of $78,487.21. Brazilian pro Pablo Brito ‘pabritz’ Silva, currently the #17-ranked player in the world, earned his third career SCOOP title after winning the evening Turbo, Event #89-H ($1,050, 6-Max, Turbo), for $71,038.72. The victory is the latest score in what has been a nice series for Silva, one in which he picked up two six-figure scores including a 4th place finish in Event #13-H for over $109,000 and his runner-up finish in Event #33-H where he earned just over $188,000. Finishing in second place was ‘OMGitshunt’ from Belarus who earned $51,668.83. Silva’s countryman Geovanne ’Grande_Prego’ Pereira took third in this one and will use the $37,580.52 score to soar past $900,000 in lifetime career online earnings. Also of note, while it wasn’t the same win that Hand had earlier in the day, PokerStars pro Lex Veldhuis made a deep run in this one, finishing up in sixth place for $14,459.90 It took just over eight hours for ‘Kashmir_uzi’ to claim their fourth career SCOOP title, second of the series, by besting the 223-entry field of Event #88-H ($1,050 NLO8, 6-Max). Not only did the UK grinder win all the chips, they also won the $43,089.98 first-place prize to go with it. Another longtime grinder, Canada’s ’kirbynator’, finished as the runner-up and earned $32,035.77. Argentina’s ‘Assad91’ made a deep run as well, finishing in third place for a $23,817.51 score. After having finished as the runner-up in Event #12-H, Russia’s ‘aleksandrs10’ did himself one better by winning their first career SCOOP title in Event #83-H ($2,100 8-Game) and adding the $42,645.76 first-place prize to their bankroll. Swedish grinder ‘ShipitFTW911’ worked their way into second place and picked up $31,878.36 while high stakes cash game pro Alexander ‘joiso’ Kostritsyn managed a third-place finish which was good for $23,829.59. Also of note, Russian crusher Rinat ‘Zapahzamazki’ Lyapin finished in fourth place for $17,813.01 and current All-Time Online Money List leader Joao ‘Naza114’ Vieira added to his more than $23 million in career online earnings with a fifth-place finish for over $13,000. Other winners on Saturday included ‘Premove’ (Event #82-L), ‘ludako123’ (Event #82-M), ‘Pomka668’ (Event #83-L), ‘Chillolini’ (Event #83-M), ‘nicolas.ro1’ (Event #88-L), ‘tratata44’ (Event #88-M), ‘Curi_Insano’ (Event #89-L), and ‘bengkassler’ (Event #89-M). Event #82-H ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO, High Roller) Entries: 222 Prize pool: $1,110,000 1. easywithaces - $232,426.12 2. landapincha - $158,093,55 3. luckyfish89 - $78,487.21 Event #83-H ($2,100 8-Game) Entries: 79 Prize pool: $158,000 1. aleksandrs10 - $42,645.76 2. ShipitFTW911 - $31,878.36 3. joiso - $23,829.59 Event #88-H ($1,050 NLO8, 6-Max) Entries: 223 Prize pool: $223,000 1. Kashmir_uzi - $43,089.98 2. kirbynator - $32,035.77 3. Assad91 - $23,817.51 Event #89-H ($1,050, 6-Max, Turbo) Entries: 387 Prize pool: $387,000 1. pabritz - $71,038.72 2. OMGitshunt - $51,668.83 3. Grande_Prego - $37,580.52
  2. There’s just one week left in the 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker and as the start of the Main Events draws closer, the action is heating up. Wednesday’s highlights included the reigning WSOP Main Event champion tacking on another title while one of SCOOP’s most prolific players proved himself yet again. It was another galaxy of poker superstars battling for six-figure sums in Event #72-H ($10,300 NLHE, 8-Max) with a lobby littered with all-world talent. But when the chips were all in a single stack it was 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Damian ‘pampa27’ Salas who was the last man standing, collecting the $263,022.96 first-place prize. To say it didn’t come easy would be an understatement as there were zero soft spots at the final table. Linus ‘LLinusLLove’ Loeliger (8th, $44,084.52), five-time SCOOP champion Talal ‘raidalot’ Shakerchi (7th, $56,898.60), and Christoph ’26071985’ Vogelsang (6th, $73,437.36) all made the final eight. While online poker superstars Jon ‘apestyles’ Van Fleet (5th, $94,783.44) and Wiktor ‘limitless’ Malinowski (4th, $122,334.12) both nearly made the podium. Austrian grinder Thomas ’WushuTM’ Muhlocker used two entries and climbed his way to third place for a $157,893 score. Finally, Christian ‘WATnlos’ Rudolph made his third bullet count as he finished as the runner-up and collected $203,787.84. In February, Salas spoke about his continued drive to be considered one of the poker world’s best players and on Wednesday he not earned his first career SCOOP title to add to his resume but the over $263K score pushed him just above $10 million in lifetime online earnings. Former pool shark turned pro pro ‘FouEnculePL’ picked up his first career SCOOP title after topping the 154-player field of Event #73-H ($2,100 NLHE, Freezeout) for $64,649.98. Brazil’s ‘Kelvin_FR:AR’ grabbed his second High Event runner-up finished of the series which was good for another $50,013.07 while ‘Kraskata85’ took home third place honors and $38,690.03. Also of note, Jon ‘apestyles’ Van Fleet finished in fourth place for $29,930.57, his second major final table of the day. It was a profitable, if not slightly frustrating day for four-time SCOOP champion Rinat ‘Zapahzamazki’ Lyapin. The Russian pro found himself heads-up for a fifth title in two spots on Wednesday, however, in both, he was regulated to the role of runner-up and denied what would be his third High event victory of the 2021 series. First in Event #76-H ($1,050 HORSE), Lyapin battled Germany’s ‘NicoBoko’ but was unable to wrap up the victory. ‘NicoBoko’ topped the 113-entry field and clinched their first SCOOP title for $27,685. Lyapin collected $19,210 for second place and ‘Gjeddekongen’ from Norway ended up in third place and received $14,690. Then, in another small field specialty event, Event #78-H ($1,050 FL Badugi, 6-Max), Lyapin went toe-to-toe against current worldwide #8-ranked pro Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson. The Canadian online poker veteran emerged on top of the 57-entry field to capture an incredible seventh career SCOOP title and the $20,037.71 first-place prize. Watson’s latest triumph is added to a SCOOP resume that proves that he’s one of the most well-rounded players in the game today. He’s earned SCOOP titles in Pot Limit Omaha, PLO Hi/Lo, two in 6+ Hold’em (Short Deck), 2-7 NL Single Draw, No Limit Hold’em, and now FL Badugi. All told, Watson’s earned more than $370,000 in SCOOP victories alone. That left Lyapin to settle for second place once again and this time he picked up $13,271.72. His two runner-up finishes earned him a total of $32,481 on the day. But when added to his victories in Event #20-H and Event 56-H, the Russian pro has taken in more than $186,000 in High event podium finishes this year. Not to be lost, Chris ‘Apotheosis92’ Kruk finished the FL Badugi event in third place for $8,790.36 while Benny ‘RunGodlike’ Glaser and two-time 2021 SCOOP winner ‘calvin7v’ also made the final table. Other winners on Wednesday included ‘Diplomatic_Boy’ (Event #72-L), ‘J0hnny_Dr@m@‘ (Event #72-M), ‘Dexxt3r’ (Event #74-L), ‘konsti1710’ (Event #74-M), ‘Fisherman FV’ (Event #76-L), ‘luckykuck653’ (Event #76-M), ‘HP Paque1’ (Event #78-L), and ‘FAL1st’ (Event #78-M). Event #72-H ($10,300 NLHE, 8-Max) Entries: 120 Prize pool: $1,200,000 1. pampa27 - $263,022.96 2. WATnlos - $203,787.84 3. WushuTM - $157,893 Event #74-H ($2,100 NLHE, Freezeout) Entries: 154 Prize pool: $308,000 1. FouEnculePL - $64,649.98 2. Kelvin_FR:AR - $50,013.07 3. Kraskata85 - $38,690.03 Event #76-H ($1,050 HORSE) Entries: 113 Prize pool: $113,000 1. NicoBoko - $27,685 2. Zapahzamazki - $19,210 3. Gjeddekongen - $14,690 Event #78-H ($1,050 FL Badugi, 6-Max) Entries: 57 Prize pool: $57,000 1. SirWatts - $20,037.71 2. Zapahzamazki - $13,271.72 3. Apotheosis92 - $8,790.36
  3. Thursday was another big day for the 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker as eight more events played down to a winner and awarded titles to 24 players. The day’s highlights included one of tournament poker’s most talented players adding to his legacy plus a little unexpected extra value for those who were on the mid-week grind. Adrian ‘Amadi_017’ Mateos took down his fourth career SCOOP title, second of the series, after besting the 477-entry field of Event #50-H ($1,050 NLHE, PKO). Mateos took home the $36,993.73 first-place prize and added another $47,117.14 in bounties for a total haul of $84,110.87. Mateos grabbed a SCOOP victory earlier in the series when he topped the 873 runners in Event 13-M ($1,050 NLHE). Even though that tournament was considered a “Medium”, it came with a massive $146,714.34 payday. Just like his earlier victory, he was forced to face down against plenty of top talent in Event #50-H including Belgian grinder ‘karimmae’ who finished in second place, earning a total of $47,743.35, bounties included. Not to mention, Niklas ‘Lena900’ Astedt, who is running white-hot this spring. Astedt ended up in third place, adding just $26,113.55 to his over $22 million in recorded career earnings. There was a little extra value to be had on Thursday as three different tournaments missed their advertised guarantees and provided players some (always welcome) overlay. Sweden’s ‘Grus/Snus’ navigated through the rebuy-heavy field in Event #47-H ($530 + R PLO, 6-Max) to take home their first SCOOP title. After 157 entries fired off 309 rebuys with 83 add-ons, the prize pool came up $25,500 short of the $300,000 guarantee. ‘Grus/Snus’ took full advantage and took home $60,683.52 for first place while ‘MB TREMENDO’ locked up $45,601.02 as the runner-up. ‘Samustti’ finished in third place which was good for $34,267.17. The overlay in Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, Midweek Freeze) was nearly double that of the tournament that came before it. The Midweek Freeze drew 140 runners which left it $50,000 short of the $750K guarantee. Lithuania’s ‘necgaidziai’ was the biggest beneficiary of the overlay, earning the title and the handsome $157,426.77 first-place prize. ‘DingeBrinker’ also booked a six-figure score, banking $121,869.52 as the runner-up. Dominykas ‘Mikensonas’ Mikolaitis earned $94,343.47 for finishing in third place. The end of the overlays took place in Event #52-H ($1,050 Limit Hold’em 6-Max) and it wasn’t much of a miss. The Limit event drew 62 runners, which technically missed the guarantee by just $3,000. It took just over eight hours for ‘coman567’ to min-raise his way to the $22,850.02 first-place prize and their first SCOOP victory. German grinder Julian ‘jutrack’ Track barely missed out on his second SCOOP win, falling in second place which was good for $15,134.41. ‘2bb100hands’ was the last of the five-figure winners, earning $10,024.09 for third place. In Event #51-H ($530 NLHE, Freezeout) ‘PatrickRass’ topped the 687-player field to win $58,501 for first. ‘qieng’ from Austria was the runner-up and walked away with $42,157.48 while ‘Jesper8’ captured the bronze and booked a $30,380.17 score. It was another deep run for Russia’s ‘FONBET_RULIT’ in Event #54-H ($530 PLO8, 6-Max) however the two-time SCOOP champion fell just short of acquiring a third title, falling in third place for $16,127.09. ‘onmybicycle’ did one better to finish as runner-up which paid $22,379.58. It was ‘texasilainen’, from Finland, who collected all the chips and claimed their first SCOOP title and the $31,056.39 up top. Ukraine’s ‘Andre_Hansen’ nabbed his second career SCOOP title and $98,159.82 for taking down Event #55-H ($2,100 NLHE, 6-Max). ’FreeLancerZZ’ took second place for $72,978.36 and Alex ‘Pwndidi’ Theologis ended up in third place, padding his bankroll with a $54,256.94 score. The final event of Thursday’s schedule was Event #56-H ($530 NLHE, Turbo, PKO) which took under five hours to play to a champion. In the end, it was Russian crusher Rinat ‘Zapahzamazki’ Lyapin who walked away the winner and earned his third career SCOOP title and $69,958.97 (bounties included) for first place. Finland’s ‘mnstrkll’ was the last elimination of the night, falling in second place and banking $40,142.13 for their efforts. Julian ‘jutrack’ Track notched his second top-three finish of the evening, ending up in third place for a total payday of $22,827.75. Other winners on Thursday included ‘RUS_FISH’ (Event #47-L), ‘exstrike1’ (Event #47-M), ‘davideriksso’ (Event #48-L), ‘mrAndreeew’ (Event #48-M), ‘Castanella’ (Event #50-L), ‘Mr.Pedr0’ (Event #50-M), ‘Alcoholix20’ (Event #51-L), ‘$aymon9’ (Event #51-M), ‘paulera292’ (Event #52-L), ‘pokerqmaster’ (Event #52-M), ‘bamboking’ (Event #54-L), ‘Kashmir_uzi’ (Event #54-M), ‘fafinharj’ (Event #55-L), ‘onmybicycle’ (Event #55-M), ‘Archigram66’ (Event #56-L), and ‘LeoMattosAK’ (Event #56-M). Event #47-H ($530 + R PLO, 6-Max) Entries: 157 + 309 rebuys + 83 add-ons Prize pool: $300,000 ($25,500 overlay) 1. Grus/Snus - $60,683.52 2. MB TREMENDO - $45,601.02 3. Samustti - $34,267.17 Event #48-H ($5,200 NLHE, 8-Max, Midweek Freeze) Entries: 140 Prize pool: $750,000 ($50,000 overlay) 1. necgaidziai - $157,426.77 2. DingeBrinker - $121,869.52 3. Mikensonas - $94,343.47 Event #50-H ($1,050 NLHE, PKO) Entries: 477 Prize pool: $477,000 1. Amadi_017 - $84,110.87 2. karimmae - $47,743.35 3. Lena900 - $26,113.55 Event #51-H ($530 NLHE, Freezeout) Entries: 687 Prize pool: $343,500 1. PatrickRass - $58,501 2. qieng - $42,157.48 3. Jesper8 - $30,380.17 Event #52-H ($1,050 Limit Hold’em 6-Max) Entries: 62 Prize pool: $65,000 ($3,000 overlay) 1. coman567 - $22,850.02 2. jutrack - $15,134.41 3. 2bb100hands - $10,024.09 Event #54-H ($530 PLO8, 6-Max) Entries: 331 Prize pool: $165,500 1. texasilainen - $31,056.39 2. onmybicycle - $22,379.58 3. FONBET_RULIT - $16,127.09 Event #55-H ($2,100 NLHE, 6-Max) Entries: 254 Prize pool: $508,000 1. Andre_Hansen - $98,159.82 2. FreeLancerZZ - $72,978.36 3. Pwndidi - $54,256.94 Event #56-H ($530 NLHE, Turbo, PKO) Entries: 885 Prize pool: $442,500 1. Zapahzamazki - $69,958.97 2. mnstrkll - $40,142.13 3. jutrack - $22,827.75
  4. It was an eventful Thursday for the 2021 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker as another 24 titles were handed out including two in the same event to the same player, one to a former worldwide #1-ranked crusher, and one to the first player of the series to capture three SCOOP victories. Winning a single SCOOP title is difficult enough as it is. This is why when Dejan ‘dejanic357’ Kaladurdevic became the first player representing the country of Montenegro to win a SCOOP event on Monday it was more than noteworthy it was history-making. The fact that Kaladurdevic, just two days later, became the first player of the series to capture two titles left some authentically amazed. Now, heads are shaking at the fact that, on Thursday, Kaladurdevic once again was the last player standing in a SCOOP High event and captured his third SCOOP title in four days. The heater for Kaladurdevic continued in Event 17-H ($1,050 NLHE, Deep Stacks) where he defeated a field of 277 runners to walk away with the $52,742.60 first-place prize. Over the course of his three wins, Kaladurdevic has earned a total of $195,486.11. On Thursday it was ‘BetForNympho’ who was forced to settle for second place behind Kaladurdevic, earning $39,935.89 as the runner-up. Dario ’Secret_M0d3’ Sammartino finished in third place, taking home $30,238.92. Event 18-H ($5,200 NLHE, 7-Max) was just the second event of the series, and the first NLHE tournament, to offer players an overlay. There were 139 total entrants, generating a prize pool just $55,000 short of the event’s $750,000 guarantee. In the end Elias ‘SinKarma’ Gutierrez was one of the big beneficiaries, earning the title and $174,365 for first place. Renan ‘Internett93o’ Bruschi finished as the runner-up, which was good for $120,000 and Daris ‘DEX888’ Pedes ended up in third place and earned $82.500 for his efforts. Russia’s ’RedPh0enix’ rose up to take down his second career SCOOP title in the 251-entry field of Event 19-H ($1,050 NLO8, 8-Max, PKO), earnings a combined total of $49,069.37 for first place. Although ’FONBET_RULIT’ ended up as the runner-up, winning $24,452.08, they actually took home roughly $1,000 less than Finland’s third-place finisher ‘kiiski’ who picked up more bounties and took home a total score of $25,458.72, The PKO tournaments continue to be favorites for SCOOP players as 611 entries piled into the lobby of Event 20-H ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO) generating a prize pool of $611,000, more than $200K over the posted guarantee. Rinat ‘Zapahzamazki’ Lyapin from Russia took home the gold, and took banked a score of $84,004.67 including bounties. Javier ‘que_te_crio’ Fernandez ended up in second place and added $56,146.93 to his bankroll while ‘alimounda’ collected $37,636.32 for finishing in third. In Event 21 Finland’s Jussi ‘calvin7v’ Nevanlinna pulled off the rare double-SCOOP, winning two titles on the same day in the same event at different buy-in levels. First, he took down 21-H ($1,050 FLO8, 8-Max) for his sixth career SCOOP title and $23,734.84. He also collected all the chips in 21-L ($11 FLO8, 8-Max), topping the 3,211-entry field for an additional $4,533.98 and a seventh SCOOP victory. Nevanlinna has proven time and time again that he’s an excellent, well-rounded player having won SCOOP events in 8-Game, Stud Hi/Lo, NLHE, Pot Limit Omaha, and, now, Fixed Limit Omaha. Nevanlinna denied the Netherlands ‘bokkie87’ a third SCOOP title of his own, regulating him to runner-up in the High, which was good for $18,222.72. The UK’s ‘USoGotPwned’ finished up in third place in that event earning $13,990.76 to help him eclipse the $1 million career earnings mark. In the final event to play to a winner on Thursday, former #1-ranked Sami ‘Lrslzk’ Kelopuro took down his third career SCOOP title in Event 25-H ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, Turbo) and added $70,557.26 to his more than $16.8 million in career online earnings. Ukraine’s ‘Remi Lebo_10’ picked up $53,696.09 as the runner-up while ‘fkiw’ from Sweden took home the bronze and $40,864.27 for their efforts. Other winners on Thursday included ‘mate tdd’ (Event 17-L), ‘Cabeca Rush’ (Event 17-M), ‘zeisseli’ (Event 18-L), ‘Rosted’ (Event 18-M), ‘Linker500’ (Event 19-L), ‘MAMbl4’ (Event 19-M), ‘checkraiise’ (Event 20-L), ‘gusmaa’ (Event 20-M), ‘lazutina’ (Event 21-M), ‘MatzeB1995’ (Event 23-L), ‘zagorius’ (Event 23-M), jobrazeau (Event 24-L), ‘BisouPartout’ (Event 24-M), ‘retrytm’ (Event 25-L), ‘Mr.Pedr0’ (Event #25-M) Event 17-H ($1,050 NLHE, Deep Stacks) Entries: 277 Prize pool: $277,000 1. dejanic357 - $52,742.60 2. BetForNympho - $39,935.89 3. Secret_M0d3 - $30,238.92 Event 18-H ($5,200 NLHE, 7-Max) Entries: 139 Prize pool: $750,000 ($55,000 overlay) 1. SinKarma - $174,375 2. Internett93o - $120,000 3. DEX888 - $82,500 Event 19-H ($1,050 NLO8, 8-Max, PKO) Entries: 251 Prize pool: $251,000 1. RedPh0enix - $49,069.37 2. FONBET_RULIT - $24,452.08 3. kiiski - $25,458.72 Event 20-H ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, PKO) Entries: 611 Prize pool: $611,000 1. Zapahzamazki - $84,004.67 2. que_te_crio - $56,146.93 3. alimounda - $37,636.32 Event 21-H ($1,050 FLO8, 8-Max) Entries: 103 Prize pool: $103,000 1. calvin7v - $23,734.84 2. bokkie87 - $18,222.72 3. USoGotPwned - $13,990.76 Event 23-H ($1,050 Stud Hi Lo) Entries: 83 Prize pool: $85,000 1. Sexual Drag0n - $23,162.50 2. trollringen - $15,725 3. XD89lol<3 - $11,900 Event #24-H ($530+R NLHE [8-Max, Rebuy]) Entries: 290 Prize pool: $439,855 Anjeyyy - $83,389.27 DeuceofDuc0 - $61,313.89 kreiNt - $45,082.54 Event 25-H ($1,050 NLHE, 8-Max, Turbo) Entries: 390 Prize pool: $390,000 1. Lrslzk - $70,557.26 2. Remi Lebo_10 - $53,696.09 3. fkiw - $40,864.27
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