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  1. 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 Monte Carlo Main Event for $280,770, was the first to depart taking away $67,143 for third place, leaving Been the only man standing between Anderson and a ninth SCOOP title. However, Been, who has eclipsed over $3.8M in online tournament earnings, was unable to stop the formidable Anderson from achieving the accolade as the American claimed another six-figure score exactly a year to the day after his last, which came during the 2017 SCOOP series. Anderson's victory propels him to the top of the overall SCOOP leaderboard, overtaking Roman Romanovsky, in a race that will see the winner receive the trophy and a much coveted PokerStars Platinum pass to next year's PCA worth over $30,000. Elsewhere on Day 6, The UK's Jon 'luckyfish89' Clark also achieved quite a remarkable feat after taking down Event #18 (High) for his third 'Thursday Thrill' title in just over eight weeks. The SCOOP special edition 'Thrill' tournament featured a massive $1m guaranteed prize pool with 1,344 entrants all looking for the first-place prize. But it was the former Sunday Million runner-up Clark who went the distance after beating Oscar 'owilson25' Ramirez heads-up, to claim his first SCOOP title and a prize of $104,935. Canada's 'D PitcherAK' won $51,979 for coming through a 7,334 player field in the Event 18 (Medium) Mini Thursday Thrill. 'MarioDutraJR' took the silver medal for $35,971 and 'Whatzaq' took $24,894 in third. Jon 'LUFCBas' Spinks finished in a very respectable fourth-place in the mammoth Event #18 (Low) 19,648 player field. The two-time Sunday Warm-Up champion received $3,636 for his efforts as 'rawacha' took the title for $9,797. PokerStars online-pro Jaime Staples made an appearance at the Event #17 (Low) final table, with the well-known Twitch steamer securing a fifth-place finish for $1,461. 'RunGodLike' was the eventual champion for $6,201 after they beat 'Stoffers1' heads-up, who took $4,320 for second place. 'villepn' won $13,701.09 and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira secured $48,271 for winning Event #17 (Medium) and Event #17 (High) respectively. Ferreira was able to come through a final table which featured online phenomenon Victor 'Isildur1' Blom, who exited in sixth-place for $12,876.67 Ramiro 'ramastar88' Petrone, ($57,321), 'WhoAreYoux1' ($39,938) and Alberto 'bertotraste' Novoa ($27,828) made up the top three in Event #19 (Medium), as world no.#10 Petrone secured his first SCOOP title. 'GodOf.com' beat 'karas1926' to victory in Event #19 (Low) and jumped to the top of the SCOOP Low Leaderboard. The win earns them $21,995, with the runner-up taking $15,319. Event #23 saw three 5-Card NLO Six-Max Turbo tournaments take place with 'BigTreeStump' taking down the $530 (High) for $29,791.'Foxy1029' turned $55 into $10,512 in the (Medium) tournament after they negotiated a final table that included current world no.#1 'C. Darwin2', who finished in sixth place. The final three players agreed to a deal before 'Foxy1029' became the last player standing. And in the final result on Day 6, 'SFARRRR' took the Event #23 (Low) win for $3,277 after seeing off 'jogrepiria' ($2,180.14) in second, and 'schmidt88888' ($1,963.11) in third after once again a three-handed deal was made. Below are the SCOOP results for Friday, May 11 Event #17 (Low): $22 Limit Hold’em Entrants: 2,074 Prize pool: $41,480 RunGodlike - $6,201.94 Stoffers1 - $4,320.13 nicholaswang - $3,010.14 KeysOfCyprus - $2,097.39 jaimestaples - $1,461.40 Netinho_RJ - $1,018.26 Event #17 (Med): $215 Limit Hold’em Entrants: 373 Prize pool: $74,600 villepn - $13,701.09 EMOYI - $9,971.90 markovitsus - $7,757.86 PikkuHUMPPA - $5,282.50 Dancer King - $3,844.77 JeremiieLand - $2,798.34 Event #17 (High): $2,100 Limit Hold’em Entrants: 101 Prize pool: $202,000 RuiNF - $48,271.22 Senkel92 - $37,060.45 PikkuHUMPPA - $28,453.39 Mordnilap - $21,845.24 hotmark777 - $16,771.81 Isildur1 - $12,876.67 Event #18 (Low): $11 PKO No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 19,648 Prize pool: $192,550.40 rawacha - $9,797.83 Ignas309 - $7,033.46 Enklereliv - $5,057.11 LUFCBas - $3,636.10 Loko12rus400 - $2,614.38 SamBakuSV - $1,879.75 myrandrea - $1,351.56 cigonas301 - $971.77 Rihard4a - $698.70 Event 18 (Medium): Mini Thursday Thrill PKO No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 7,334 Prize pool: $733,400 D PitcherAK - $51,979.90 MarioDutraJR - $35,971.14 Whatzaq - $24,894.93 wannawinyou - $17,229.25 fiyaW - $11,924.02 Vladzikass - $8,252.40 Nevks - $5,711.35 ADREKS - $3,952.73 Servasx - $2,735.61 Event #18 (High): $1,050 Thursday Thrill PKO No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 1,344 Prize pool: $1,344,000 luckyfish89 - $104,935.81 owilson25 - $76,179.53 DanielLUCKY - $55,303.92 P0KERPR02.0 - $40,148.90 Cashcid Linc - $29,146.79 xxMaecksxx - $21,159.60 mcc3991 - $15,361.18 Lincownz - $11,151.70 MisterTipper - $8,095.78 Event #19 (Low): $22 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 7,790 Prize pool: $155,800 GodOf.com - $21,995.76 karas1926 - $15,319.84 AadrovanRj21 - $10,674.45 strflushtome - $7,437.64 Runninggreat - $5,182.34 Mihska - $3,610.89 Event #19 (Medium): $215 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 1,913 Prize pool: $382,600 ramastar88 - $57,321.20 WhoAreYoux1 - $39,938.58 bertotraste - $27,828.10 zajac69 - $19,389.82 ziototo94 - $13,510.29 TurboDoc - $9,413.60 Event #19 (High): $2,100 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Entrants: 338 Prize pool: $676,000 cal42688 - $126,659.11 AaronBeen - $92,218.70 dpeters17 - $67,143.15 power2prut - $48,886.08 NLZWERVERNL - $35,593.29 papan9_p$ - $25,915.00 Event #23 (Low): $5.50 5-Card NLO Six Max Turbo Entrants: 4,874 Prize pool: $23,882.60 SFARRRR - $3,277.65* jogrepiria - $2,180.14* schmidt88888 - $1,963.11* PixelPi - $1,149.71 NVladislav - $801.09 BKLaw - $558.17 *Denotes a three-way deal Event #23 (Medium): $55 5-Card NLO Six Max Turbo Entrants: 1,504 Prize pool: $75,200 Foxy1029 - $10,512.51* Kaggis - $7,725.70* mer760 - $6,798.14* justholdplz - $3,880.77 vitja1234 - $2,704.01 C. Darwin2 - $1,884.08 *Denotes a three-way deal Event #23 (High): $530 5-Card NLO Six Max Turbo Entrants: 318 Prize pool: $159,000 BigTreeStump - $29,791.28 raidalot - $21,690.49 p0cket00 - $15,792.54 BiggestFish - $11,498.35 Erä_Koira - $8,371.79 aacheckmate - $6,095.39    
  2. 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 loui1989 - $11,610.02 guipioi - $8,084.20 a.adil87 - $5,632.85 Quellek - $3,924.81 Eggnivia - $2,734.69 babanaa0522 - $1,905.45 Event #6 (Medium): $109 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 3,104 Prize pool: $310,400 Deividas K - $38,710.64* xxLammbockxx - $25,000.00* Mr. Dupino - $25,000.00* Ragnar 2114 - $24,000.33* retrytm - $10,539.63 mirrorrrrrrr - $7,343.72 Event #6 (High): $1,050 Six Max No Limit Hold'em Entrants: 578 Prize pool: $578,000 Sintoras - $86,825.67* Succeeed - $67,442.44* Dhr. Awesome - $72,785.71* pads1161 - $37,177.42 Lubczyk88 - $26,548.86 firgli - $18,958.86 *Indicates a deal was made
  3. PokerStars SCOOP and partypoker Powerfest offered ROW players numerous opportunities to pick up PLB points for the May PocketFives Leaderboard. The best players in the world took advantage of the chances given to them and earned points along with hundreds of thousands of dollars for their time. 'lena900' did the most lifting in May with 7,135.57 points to their name by the time Memorial Day weekend wrapped up. The #1 ranked player in the world won a SCOOP event (39-H: $1,050 NLO8 [6-Max], $175K Gtd) and Powerfest MTT (#53-SHR: $2M Gtd [Championship Event - PKO]) in the same week to cap off a fantastic few weeks of grinding. The $430,047 Powerfest Main Event win is the largest score for 'lena900' in their esteemed career. 'lena900' now ranks #7 on the all-time money list with $10.979 million in cashes. Current ROW #3 Roman 'romeopro' Romanovsky pulled off the incredible by winning two SCOOP titles in a single-week to open the series. The Ukranian masher won Event #16 6-Max $5,200 NLHE Turbo for $138,536 and Event #2 $1,050 8-Max for $123,395 to boost his surge up the rankings. In between the victories, Romanovsky earned a silver medal in the SCOOP $25,000 High Roller to earn a personal-record for best cash by taking home $442,299. At a new all-time high is Michael Chi 'mczhang' Zhang, who notched three monumental scores. Zhang shipped the SCOOP Event #21 ($2,100 Six-Max Shootout) and took second in the SCOOP #37 ($215 8-Max Mini Super Tuesday) a few days later. The month capped off with a fifth-place run in the $25,500 Powerfest Championship Event. Zhang placed sixth and added $212,100 to his growing bankroll. The Brazilian contingent made their presence known via Joao 'joaosimaobh' Simao. The former PocketFives #1 struck gold in the SCOOP #48 $2,100 PLO Win the Button worth 726.64 points along with the Powerfest #54 PLO High Roller for 312.25 more. Another former #1 to hit it huge was Chris 'BigHuni' Hunichen. The #4 ranked all-time earner on PocketFives added $618,944 to his winnings in the SCOOP $10,000 Main Event. Hunichen placed third out of 654 runners to claim the prize. Thomas 'Dattebayo' Muhlocker did himself plenty of favors by climbing the ladder to sixth place in the SCOOP Main Event. The result provided Muhlocker with 872.77 PLB points. Muhlocker also won two Powerfest events on the same day to earn over $93,000 combined. Russia is on the PLB rankings board thanks to 'hellohellohello.' They claimed a bronze medal in Powerfest and a few final table finishes in SCOOP. The volume equaled 4,017.70 points on the month. 'hellohellohello' placed sixth and 10th in the SCOOP 14 (8-Max High Roller) Medium and High variations, respectively. Jonathan 'proudflop' Proudfoot shipped the 888poker $1 million guaranteed XL Inferno Main Event. The win was $209,779 and 1,076.57 points to boost his name up the list. Proudfoot also bagged a second-place finish in SCOOP #40 ($5,200 8-Max High Roller) and added 752.24 more points. The top-10 is concluded by Andres 'probirs' Nemeth. The Hungarian climbed the mountain in the prestigious SCOOP $25,000 High Roller and was awarded $576,087 for his troubles. Nemeth earned his third career SCOOP title with the win. May 2018 Top 10 PLB Points Winners RANK Player POINTS 1 lena900 7,135.57 2 Romeopro 5,588.51 3 mczhang 4,535.26 4 joaosimaobh 4,186.83 5 Big Huni 4,147.56 6 Dattebayo 4,037.37 7 Illini213 4,034.53 8 hellohellohello 4,017.70 9 proudflop 3,977.69 10 probirs 3,962.67
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