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  1. The Sunday schedule for PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker was jam-packed with Austria's 'NationalPPP' walking away as the big winner. Topping the 1,054-player field in Event #64 High ($1,050 Turbo No Limit Hold'em PKO), 'NationalPPP' earned $86,060.33 and also managed to pick up $70,937.43 in bounties. Pauli 'Fiilismies' Äyräs fell one spot short of the title but still earned $62,895.13 from the prize pool and another $4,562.50 in bounties. Pablo 'pabritz' Brito Silva finished third and walked away with $45,965.73 on top of $13,986.33 in bounties. Two Polish players went hea
  2. Wednesday was another day that showcased some of online poker's brightest minds as Benny Glaser, Rui Ferreira and Elio Fox all won PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker events. The biggest winner though was Dutchman Jans 'Graftekkel' Arends, who topped the 597-player field in Event #40 High ($2,100 No Limit Hold'em [Super Tuesday Special Edition]) to win $203,215.08. Tomas 'dartazzzz' Jozonis finished second for $164,716.11 after the final two players agreed to a deal. The final table also included Luuk 'pokerkluka' Gieles, Joseph 'subiime' Cheong, Manuel 'J0hn Mcclean' Saaverda a
  3. The penultimate day of PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker 2018 saw yet another player bag their second title of the year. This time it was Canada's 'OLD TIME GIN' picking up a second win, joining nine other players who have won two titles this year. 'OLD TIME GIN' beat out 337 other players to win Event #59-High ($1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better) for $54,016.67. The win came after the final three players agreed to a deal. Runner-up 'Shanis34' walked away with $43,271 and third-place finisher 'DSmunichlife' took home $45,722.90. 'OLD TIME GIN' won Event #37-High
  4. In 2016, Brazilian players won an amazing 21 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker titles. If the opening events of 2017 SCOOP are any indication, they’re going to have little-to-no trouble smashing that number this year. Brazilian players won four SCOOP titles on Monday, with Diego ‘Mr.Bittar’ Bittar leading the way with a $246,504 score in Event #4 High ($2,100 No Limit Hold’em) after chopping heads-up with Germany’s ‘sk2ll_m0dR’. Bittar beat out 751 other players to win the first SCOOP title of his career. Bittar came into SCOOP as the #39-ranked player in the world, and #4 in
  5. Twelve different players earned PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker titles on Sunday including two who walked away with a six-figure score. The biggest winner on the day was China's 'miniross182' who topped a 793-entry field in Event #91 High ($1,050 NLHE PKO) to win $58,126.05 from the prize pool and an additional $50,641.57 worth of bounties. Their final victim, 'WizardOffAz' won $58,125.15 and $29,219.72 in bounties. Third place finisher 'jokkee_apart had to settle for taking $36,170.47 from the prize pool and another $4,312.50 worth of bounties. Dimitar 'trionojnika' Yosif
  6. [caption width="630"] Doug 'WCG|Rider' Polk won six figures and a SCOOP title on Saturday. (WPT photo)[/caption] Saturday afternoon Doug ‘WCG|Rider’ Polk captured his first career Spring Championship of Online Poker title by beating one of the tougher No Limit Hold’em fields the festival has to offer. Polk beat out 150 other players to win Event 43, a $2,100 NLHE event for $115,000. And he did it all live on Twitch. Polk streamed the final table live on Twitch right through until the final hand. Polk also made the final eight of the $21,000 buy-in Heads Up High Roller event which plays
  7. For the talented players who have already won a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title at some point in their career, the first six days of the 2016 SCOOP have to give them reason to remain optimistic. Previous winners are doing well this year and Thursday’s action was no different. Germany’s ’Ssick_One’ won his second SCOOP title in two years, taking down one of the three Six Max shootouts on the schedule Thursday. ’Ssick_One’ won Event #12 (M): $215 No Limit Hold’em Six Max Shootout, beating out a 1,075-player field to win $34,400. The German poker pro was once ranked in the
  8. It's been almost nine years since Chris Oliver took over the #1 spot on PocketFives for the first time. On Sunday, Oliver showed the world that while it's been a minute since he was on top, he's still capable of closing down a big tournament. Oliver beat 1,325 other players to win Event #27 High ($1,050 No Limit Hold'em PKO) for $190,049.96. It's his biggest score since taking down a World Championship of Online Poker High Roller event last September. 'YseRussia' finished as runner-up and earned $97,971.78 while Danish grinder 'Renevat1o' ended up in third for $69,297.62. Ukranian '10YU
  9. 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
  10. After Day 1 of the 2019 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker yielded just three new champions, Day 2 gave us 12 champions including a long-time PocketFiver taking down a career-high score in the biggest event of the day. Russia's 'BilFray' beat Moritz 'MuckCallOK' Dietrich heads up in the Sunday Million Special Edition event after the two players agreed to a deal. 'BilFray' ended up taking home $175,632.72 while Dietrich had to settle for $145,084.74 as the runner-up. The previous best score for 'BilFray' came back in 2010 when he won $8,787 on Full Tilt Poker. Third place went
  11. SCOOP 2018: 183 Events, $65 Million Guaranteed, 5 Platinum Passes You know it's Spring when the robins return, the flowers begin to bloom and online poker players begin to play for spending weeks in front of their dual or triple monitor set up to begin grinding the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker or partypoker Powerfest. Those players got their first look at the 2018 SCOOP on Thursday when PokerStars released a complete schedule with a special little surprise included. There are 61 events at each of the Low, Medium and High buy-in levels with a total of $65 million in guar
  12. [caption width="640"] Shawn Buchanan Continues to add to his collection of SCOOP titles.[/caption] If the early days of the 2016 Spring Championship of Online Poker are giving any indication of a theme, it's that the good poker players are good at poker. On Thursday, Shawn 'Buck 21' Buchanan joined a growing list of previous SCOOP winners to have added to their list of titles this year. Buchanan took down the $2,100 No Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event for his fourth career SCOOP title. The Brazilians also continue to make their mark in the SCOOP, with 'renatomaiag' taking down Event #9(L) for a
  13. [caption width="640"] Luke 'lb6121' Schwartz keeps piling up SCOOP titles - he now has five after winning another on Monday.[/caption] James ‘Andy McLEOD’ Obst did the unthinkable on Tuesday. The Australian poker pro and former #1 ranked online player in the world won defended his PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title in the $1,050 Six Max Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event. Obst came to the final table with an overwhelming chip lead and never relented, eliminating the final five opponents to take home the $155,020.00 first place prize money. It was his fourth career SCOOP title
  14. Twice in his career Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard has been the #1-ranked online poker tournament player in the world. For the better part of the last year he’s been in and out of the top 10 of those rankings and on Friday afternoon he took a big step toward moving up those rankings with a win in the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Leonard beat Gavin ‘gavz101’ Cochrane to win Event #20 Medium ($215 Heads-Up Pot Limit Omaha) for $18,567.27 and the first SCOOP title of his career. Leonard had no plans on playing on Friday, but it turned out for the best. In the $2,100 High v
  15. [caption width="640"] PokerStars pro Jason Mercier is looking forward to defending his SCOOP Player of the Series title.[/caption] It's two o'clock in the afternoon in the principality of Monaco. As punctual as ever, PokerStars pro Jason Mercier waltzes into the hip Blue Gin Bar at the Monte Carlo Bay Resort wearing basketball shorts and a black, long-sleeved Miami shirt. His white baseball cap is flipped backwards, he's showcasing jet black glasses, and he's adorned with PokerStars patches. He speaks with the same casualness he spoke with eight years ago when, donning a lucky collared
  16. The three PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker Main Events wrapped up on Monday and, when the smoke cleared, $12.7 million had been distributed to over 26,000 total entrants. All three Main Events more than doubled their guarantees. We'll start with the High-Stakes Main Event, which saw Ivan "vandir4rek" Soshnikov (pictured) emerge victorious in a $10,300 buy-in tournament from a field of 657 entrants after a three-way deal. Soshnikov is an EPT High Roller champion and followed in the footsteps of Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, who won the High-Stakes Main Event last year for about the s
  17. [caption width="640"] Gordon Vayo had no trouble closing out Event #1 (High) of the Spring Championship of Online Poker on Monday {WSOP photo)[/caption] Most of the attention on the 2017 Spring Championship of Online Poker on Monday was focused squarely on the second day of play in the three Main Events. While those were each playing down to a final table of nine, nine other events wrapped up including the final Phase of Event #1 and that’s where the biggest winner of the day came from. Gordon ‘holla@yoboy’ Vayo beat out the 566 players in Phase 2 of Event #1 ($1,050 No Limit Hold’em) t
  18. Spring is in the air and for online poker tournament grinders that means the return of PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Now PocketFives has added a new wrinkle - Fantasy SCOOP. Poker players and fans around the world can draft their team of eight players and sweat along through all 171 events on the SCOOP schedule as players rack up PocketFives Leaderboard points. The top 20 finishers, plus the 55th place finisher, win prizes courtesy of PocketFives and StakeKings.com. "We wanted to give everybody a chance to have some fun with SCOOP, even if they're unable to play th
  19. [caption width="320" align="alignleft"] Australia's top-ranked online poker player, Rory Young, adopted a new kitten just days after arriving in Rosarito for SCOOP[/caption] The top-ranked online poker player in Australia isn't actually in Australia right now. Rory Young is hanging out in Rosarito, Mexico with a few other grinders, preparing for the grind that is the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. And he couldn't be any happier. "I owe my love of Rosarito to 'JWProdigy', Jordan Westmoreland," said Young, who met Westmoreland a little over a year and a half ago whi
  20. [caption width="640"] Rafael 'GM_VALTER' Moraes was part of the Brazilian brigade that dominated Day 2 of PokerStars SCOOP[/caption] Brazilian grinders dominated the second day of the Spring Championship of Online Poker, taking home three of the six titles up for grabs, but nobody had a bigger score than Rafael 'GM_VALTER' Moraes who walked away with over $300,000 for his win. The $2,100 NLHE high-stakes event garnered a respectable 887 runners, who pumped up the prize pool to $1.77 million. Once again, the Brazilians dominated, with Moraes and his compatriot, Kelvin 'Kelvin_FP:AR' Kerb
  21. Carlo van Ravenswoud built a reputation as one of the most feared high stakes online cash game players but that doesn't mean he's stayed away from the tournament scene. On Saturday, the Dutch pro picked up the second PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title of his career. Beating out 115 other players in Event #37-High ($2,100 HORSE) Van Ravenswoud earned $56,840 and the title. Runner-up 'sprocketAA' had to settle for a $39,440 score while 'Mafews' pocketed $30,160 for coming in third. The final table also included three players who have already bagged 2020 SCOOP titles: Rui 'Ru
  22. It seems that Ukrainian players have decided to make the 2018 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker their own little playground. While Roman 'Romeopro' Romanovsky has picked up two wins and a High Roller runner-up finish to challenge 'C Darwin2' for the #1 spot in the world, another Ukrainian was busy taking down the first six-figure score of his career. Andriy 'Andre_Hansen' Lyubovetskiy beat out 3,190 other players to win Event #31-High ($530 No Limit Hold'em Sunday Million Special Edition) for $229,784.45. Canada's 'AZNInFiLtRaT' finished runner-up for $162,480.93. 'trickyone14'
  23. Steve 'BetrThanPhil' Tripp took the headlines on Day 3 of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker after grinding his way to victory in Event #8 (High) for a score of $100,343. After 12 more events came to their conclusion on Tuesday, Tripp claimed his first SCOOP title after defeating "0PIGGYBANK" heads-up, with the latter taking away $86,213 after a deal between the two players had been agreed. It was Tripp's second largest recorded online cash after he won $193,804 for taking down FTOPS Event #9 back in 2010. Alex 'lynskey99' Lynskey came through an 8,562 player field in Eve
  24. On Wednesday, PokerStars, the largest online poker site in the world, announced the schedule for the 2014 Spring Championship of Online Poker, or SCOOP as it's more commonly called. The series will run from May 4 to May 18 and guarantee $40 million. View the schedule here. As a press release from the site announced, "For the first time ever, there will be three events every day of the championship, re-entry tournaments, and Progressive Super-Knockouts, which have proved very popular." The 2014 SCOOP schedule boasts 18 different games in 15 different formats, 13 tournaments with a guarante
  25. A number of players hold a special place in the history of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Former #1-ranked Calvin Anderson is the only player with 10 career SCOOP titles and on Saturday, Shawn Buchanan is his closest threat with six and more than a handful of players have won five each. On Saturday, Benny Glaser added his name to that list thanks to his win in Event #6 High ($2,100 8-Game). Glaser topped the 122-entry field to win $54,854 and an 8-Game SCOOP title for the second time in two years after winning Event #41 High ($1,050 8-Game) in 2019. Runner-up 'donthnrme
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