There were 15 champions named overnight in the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) and a large number have been here before. Find out more…
- Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser does it again in 8-Game High
- SCOOP Main Event champion “Tankanza” back among winners
- Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira prevails in Limit event; “Malaka$tyle” in shootout
- Busy day for “raidalot”, cashes seven times
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He is one of the greatest mixed games players in the world. He has three World Series of Poker bracelets, a WCOOP title and three SCOOP titles, and last night Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser did it again, winning SCOOP 41-H 8-Game for another $45,840. That’s his second title of this festival and to win it he beat a final table that included Noah “Exclusive” Boeken, Mike “goleafsgoeh” Leah and Konstantin “krakukra” Maslak. God was last night known to be changing his username to “RunBennylike”.
A very familiar figure rose to the top of SCOOP 40-M last night when “Tankanza” won the Mini Super Tuesday for more than $80K. The Austria-based player last won the SCOOP High Main Event for $1.13 million, not long after winning the WCOOP version of the Super Tuesday, for $230K.
Another former WCOOP champion, “Grafftekkel”, from the Netherlands, won the High version of the event, and picked up the day’s biggest prize of $203,215, after a chop with “dartazzz” of Lithuania. “Graftekkel” previously won the three-max, but prevailed from a regular nine-max field this time.
Konstantin “krakukra” Maslak earned another handful of leader board points, even if he was denied a second SCOOP title, when he finished second in SCOOP 39-L. Read all about our leader board leader.
Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira has shaken things up at the top of the leader board by winning SCOOP 39-H, the fixed limit event. Terrence “Unassigned” Chan had to make do with fifth.
The UK’s “Malaka$tyle” was another former SCOOP champion who did it again, beating a stacked final table in the $1,050 Shootout event. “Malaka$tyle” previously won a 6-Max Ultra Deep event, and beat former Sunday Warm-Up winner “AnyTw0_Card$” into second, with Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi in third. More about “raidalot” further down.
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