Daily SCOOP Day 4: Can saying it's true make it true?

A little quieter on the SCOOP front with just two events concluding today (and by that we mean six when you count the three buy-in levels). Then there was the leader board to think about, and events coming up today...


Day

4



The headlines from the fourth day

As Dan Jones writes for the Blog, if you say things enough times sometimes come true ("Aces, aces, aces, aces.... Pleeeeeease aces, aces"). Whether or not SCOOP 11-H winner sadface11 was thinking this way as he added a title to his palmarès is unclear. But that's what he did, as you can read about here.

Meanwhile in SCOOP 12-H it was third time lucky for anti-durrr, who has started this year's SCOOP in good form, and moving into fourth place on the Overall leaderbord. You can read about his success here.


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Box scores from Day 4

Here are all the results from today...

SCOOP-11-H ($530+R PLO, 6-Max) results
Entrants: 256 (including 337 rebuys, 198 add-ons)
Total prize pool: $388,455
Places paid: 36 


1. sadface11 (Ireland) $87,880.25 

2. André 'Sira Al Aziz' Santos (Slovakia) $61,316.34
3. Zinobrinho (Hong Kong) $45,937.32
4. Thomsgen (Germany) $31,956.40
5. danfiu (Hungary) $23,967.30
6. ToxicBluff (Germany) $15,978.20


SCOOP-11-M ($55+R PLO 6-Max) results
Entries: 1,076
Prize pool: 184702.65
Places paid: 156
WINNER: luckymo32 (Ireland) $30,938.61


SCOOP-11-L ($5.50+R PLO 6-Max) results
Entries: 4,037
Prize pool: $73,915
Places paid: 600
WINNER: HlavatyUK (United Kingdom) $11,274.90


SCOOP-12-H ($1,050 NLH Super Tuesday SE) results
Entries: 1,408
Prize pool: $1,408,000
Places paid: 180

1. anti-durrr (Greece) $220,000*
2. MrMaximize (Mexico) $186,982.40*
3. alimounda (Greece) $129,536.00
4. jani890311 (Hungary) $95,744.00
5. robinho (Sweden) $68,992.00
6. wiciu777 (Poland) $54,912.00
7. DSmunichlife (Germany) $40,832.00
8. gusmaa (Brazil) $26,752.00
9. gray31 (Canada) $14,643.20
* denotes two-way deal


SCOOP-12-M ($55 NLH) results
Entries: 4,916
Prize pool: $491,600
Places paid: 720
WINNER: DatWillDoPig (Ireland) $63,267.61 (three-way deal)


SCOOP-12-L ($5.50 NLH) results
Entries: 14,215
Prize pool: $142,150
Places paid: 2,025
WINNER: goofy bolado (Brazil) $16,094.25 (two-way deal)




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Current leader board standings

Another day at the top of the Overall Leaderboard for MITS 304 of Cyprus, who secured another 15 points since yesterday. That's 10 points ahead of second place Naza114. Overnight winner luckymo32 of Ireland moves into third place.
Here's how things look at the top.


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You can find full SCOOP leader board standings here. They're updated every day, with links to all the information that you need to follow SCOOP 2017.


Concluding today

We'll have final table reports for the events listed below, along with the Medium and Low results.

SCOOP-14-H: $2,100 Razz, $150K Gtd
SCOOP-15-H: $25,000 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller], $2M Gtd
SCOOP-16-H: $1,050 PLO8 [6-Max], $150K Gtd
SCOOP-17-H: $1,050 NLHE, $400K Gtd


Coming up on Wednesday

These are the details of the "High" versions of today's events, with Medium and Low variants also starting today. Check out the tournament lobby, or the SCOOP homepage for details.

SCOOP-18-H: $2,100 FL Triple Draw 2-7, $150K Gtd
SCOOP-19-H: $1,050 NLHE [Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill SE], $1M Gtd
SCOOP-20-H: $2,100 PLO [Heads-Up], $200K Gtd - NO LATE REGISTRATION


You can find details all the events by visiting the SCOOP 2017 homepage, which details what's coming up, how to play, and how to win it all. Actually it doesn't tell you that, but it does give details of satellites, and everything else you might want to know.


Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog. Follow him on Twitter: @StephenBartley. What did you think about this post? Let us know on Twitter: @PokerStarsBlog.


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