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  1. Almost every year since its inception, the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker has developed a theme as the schedule progressed. It's been the Year of the Brazilians and the Year of the Canadians and the year of the first time winners. As 2018 SCOOP draws to a close it could be argued that this year is the Year of the Big Names. Sunday was no different with 18 different players picking up SCOOP titles with Anatoly Filatov, Ludovic Geilich and German phenom 'nilsef' all earning one. Geilich conquered a final table in Event #52-High ($1,050 Seven Card Stud) that included Shaun D
  2. As this year's Spring Championship of Online Poker edges closer to its final few days of play 12 more titles were handed out on Thursday but nobody walked away with a bigger score than 'Remi Lebo_10'. The Ukranian grinder won a massive $236,000 on Day 13 of SCOOP after he was crowned Event #45-High Thursday Thrill champion. 'dadowiec' was able to defeat 'Vico$carpini' heads-up to win Event #44-High ($530 Six Max NLHE) for $75,202, with the Brazilian runner-up banking $52,400. The $55 'Medium' crown went to 'El Pulgoso', who picked up their first SCOOP title after defeating 'sprocketsAA' for
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