Bobrovaflya had a few lows in event #28-L but ended up higher than anyone after taking the title and $5,194.08.
This is Bobrovaflya’s second SCOOP title since the Russian player took down Event #02-L last SCOOP. That event was in NLHE but now Bobrovaflya’s been branching out.
Today’s event drew 1,368 players and created a $33,535.30 prize pool. Bobroflavya got the biggest chunk of it, but a total of 176 players got a slice.
The slices kept getting bigger the higher we got.
The final table
Seat 1: Sovijatichar – 1,549,972
Seat 2: BryanMika – 185,056
Seat 3: TheMiner4444 – 16,168
Seat 4: Kroko-dill – 241,972
Seat 5: ozenc -2,167,892
Seat 6: JosephA – 1,226,548
Seat 7: Bobrovaflya – 338,018
Seat 8: cardiaftw – 1,104,384
On the third hand of the final table, BryanMika brought it in with a 2♦ and Kroko-dill raised with a 3♣. Bobrovaflya called with a 4♥, cardiaftw called with a 3♥ and Sovijatichar did the same with a 9♠.
Kroko-dill bet on fourth street and everyone called. Players then checked on fifth street and cardiaftw bet on sixth.
The remaining players called and Kroko-dill called all-in.
Bobrovaflya showed 6♣3♦5♥ for 6-5-4-3-A lo and fives and sixes for the hi while everyone else mucked. Bobrovaflya chipped up to 895,822 while Kroko-dill won $335.35 for finishing 8th.
Two in two
A bit after that, we lost two players in back-to-back hands.
Bobrofaflya brought it in with a 4♠ and BryanMika raised with a K♦. JosephA raised with a 9♣ and BryanMika moved all-in. JosephA called and we had another showdown.
JosephA chipped up to 1.53 milllion while BryanMika won $670.70 for finishing 7th.
The next hand, Sovijatichar brought it in with a 3♥ the following hand and TheMiner4444 raised with a 5♠. ozenc re-raised with a J♠ and TheMiner4444 four-bet. ozenc called and TheMiner4444 moved all-in the following street.
ozenc’s lead grew to 2.43 million while TheMiner4444 earned $1,006.05 for finishing 6th.
Two for cardiaftw
JosephA brought it in with a 2♥ and cardiaftw raised with a 7♣.
JosephA called and then raised on fourth street after cardiaftw bet. cardiaftw bet again on fifth street and JosephA moved all-in. cardiaftw called and we had another showdown.
JosephA won $1,676.76 for finishing 5th while cardiaftw was up to 1.80 million.
Bobrovaflya then chipped away at ozenc and cardiaftw dealt the final blow.
ozenc brought it in with a 6♦ and cardiaftw raised with a J♦. ozenc re-raised and cardiaftw four bet. ozenc moved all-in and cardiaftw called.
cardiaftw scored another elimination and ozenc won $2,347.47 for becoming our 4th place finisher.
Players struck a deal the following hand. At the time, the counts were:
Bobrovaflya – 3,171,608
Sovijatichar – 2,308,512
cardiaftw – 1,349,880
This guaranteed players the following amount:
cardiaftw – $3,847.97
Sovijatichar – $4,238.84
Bobrovaflya – $4,694.08
$500 for 1st.
After the deal was struck, Sovijactichar fell to cardiaftw.
cardiaftw brought it in with a 7♦ and Sovijatichar raised with an A♣. cardiaftw called and then called another bet on fourth street. Sovijatichar bet again on fifth street and cardiaftw raised. Sovijatichar moved all-in and cardiaftw called.
Sovijatichar won the agreed-upon $4,238.84 while cardiaftw took the lead.
cardiaftw – 5,454,272
Bobrovaflya – 1,375,728
cardiaftw was in the lead but Bobrovaflya came from behind and took down the tournament. In the final hand, Bobrofavya brought it in with a 9♠ and cardiaftw raised with a J♦. Players kept raising until cardiaftw was all-in and we had the final showdown of the tournament.
cardiaftw won $3,847 for the runner-up finish while Bobrovaflya took down the title and $5,194.08.
SCOOP-28-L: $27 Stud Hi/Lo
Prize pool: $33,535.30
Places paid: 176
1. Bobrovaflya (Russia) *$5,194.08
2. cardiaftw (Brazil) *$3,847.97
3. Sovijatichar (Serbia) *$4,328.84
4. ozenc (Austria) $2,347.47
5. JosephA (Canada) $1,676.76
6. TheMiner4444 (Canada) $1,006.05
7. BryanMika (Brazil) $670.70
8. Kroko-dill (Russia) $335.35
* Denotes a three-way deal.
That’s it for event #28-L but there’s still plenty of SCOOP action to go. For all the SCOOP information out there –including a full schedule and satellites to each event– check out the SCOOP homepage.