Today in SCOOP…
• The biggest results from the day
• Who won what?
• Today’s SCOOP 2018 winners map
• The Unofficial SCOOP STAT Tracker
• Coming up on Monday
It was a big weekend of SCOOP events, with lots to get through.
First the three headline events of the weekend, each featuring a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million.
The report for event 18-H includes Latin right from the start, but don’t let that put you off. How else would you learn that Felix piscic means “lucky fish”?
That also happens to be the name of the winner of that one. As Pauly McGuire reported, luckyfish89 took honors in this one, and a first prize of $104,935, plus 64,915 in bounties. Read that here.
As Joe Stapleton might say, find someone to hold your hair back, because the final table of SCOOP 21-H was sick.
As Martin Harris reported: “Practically all of those making it to the endgame in this one were familiar to online poker fans.”
They included Pedro “skyboy69” Oliveira, Ben “Ben86” Tollerene, Luke “Bit2Easy” Reeves, Craig “mcc3991” McCorkell, and Andrei “ragAAila19” Boghean.
It also featured Michiel “utreg” Brummelhuis, who only went and won it. That was worth $194,883 to the Dutchman, as you can read here.
That left SCOOP 27-H, which was hardly a cake walk.
David Aydt had the report of Jerry “hummylun” Wong’s win worth $86,046 and another $77,624 in bounties. Read about Wong’s win here.
Elsewhere Calvin “cal42688” Anderson recorded TWO wins over the weekend, winning SCOOP 19-H on Friday, and then SCOOP 26-H on Sunday for a combined $150,000. There were also wins for RunLikeGod, RuiNF, and Lena900.
There were 33 events won over the weekend. They were won by repeat winners, double winners, and ordinarily good winners. The full list is below.
|EVENT||WINNER||COUNTRY||PRIZE MONEY||ENTRIES||PRIZE POOL||PAID|
|SCOOP-17-L – $22 FLHE [6-Max]||RunGodLike||UK||$6,201.94||2074||$41,800.00||335|
|SCOOP-17-M – $215 FLHE [6-Max]||villepn||Finland||$13,701.09||373||$74,600.00||53|
|SCOOP-17-H – $2,100 FLHE [6-Max]||RuiNF||Holland||$48,271.22||101||$202,000.00||11|
|SCOOP-18-L – $11 NLHE [Progressive KO]||rawacha||Austria||$9,797.83||19648||$192,550.40||3221|
|SCOOP-18-M – $109 NLHE [Progressive KO, Mini Thursday Thrill SE]||D PitcherAK||Canada||$51,979.90||7334||$733,400.00||1061|
|SCOOP-18-H – $1,050 NLHE [Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill SE]||luckyfish89||UK||$104,935.81||1344||$1,344,000.00||161|
|SCOOP-19-L – $22 NLHE [6-Max]||Godof.com||UK||$21,995.76||7790||$155,800.00||1271|
|SCOOP-19-M – $215 NLHE [6-Max]||ramastar88||Argentina||$57,321.20||1913||$382,600.00||275|
|SCOOP-19-H – $2,100 NLHE [6-Max]||cal42688||Mexico||$126,659.11||338||$676,000.00||41|
|SCOOP-20-L – $11 PLO8 [8-Max]||1bloodflood||Russia||$4,964.61||3535||$34,633.20||591|
|SCOOP-20-M – $109 PLO8 [8-Max]||Dorination||Hungary||$14,574.28||877||$87,700.00||127|
|SCOOP-20-H – $1,050 PLO8 [8-Max]||fers223||Finland||$35,684.39||177||$177,000.00||20|
|SCOOP-21-L – $22 NLHE||pl@ta0plomo||Romania||$36,434.53||16809||$336,180.00||2771|
|SCOOP-21-M – $215 NLHE||Kmasalskas||UK||$89,839.95||3376||$675,200.00||485|
|SCOOP-21-H – $2,100 NLHE||utreg||Holland||$194,883.23||552||$1,104,000.00||71|
|SCOOP-22-L – $22 NLHE [6-Max, Shootout]||Zlushchiy||Russia||$11,921.00||4585||$91,700.00||1296|
|SCOOP-22-M – $215 NLHE [6-Max, Shootout]||donut604||Austria||$31,233.44||976||$195,200.00||216|
|SCOOP-22-H – $2,100 NLHE [6-Max, Shootout]||mczhang||UK||$68,640.00||156||$312,000.00||36|
|SCOOP-23-L – $5.50 5-Card NLO [6-Max, Turbo]||SFARRRR||Denmark||$3,277.65||4874||$23,882.60||815|
|SCOOP-23-M – $55 5-Card NLO [6-Max, Turbo]||Foxy1029||Japan||$10,512.51||1504||$75,200.00||215|
|SCOOP-23-H – $530 5-Card NLO [6-Max, Turbo]||BigTreeStump||UK||$29,791.28||318||$159,000.00||41|
|SCOOP-24-L – $22 8-Game||parmupill||Estonia||$9,096.19||2887||$57,740.00||420|
|SCOOP-24-M – $215 8-Game||dejanaceking||Austria||$19,630.40||563||$112,600.00||72|
|SCOOP-24-H – $2,100 8-Game||nilsef||Germany||$63,026.43||150||$300,000.00||24|
|SCOOP-25-L – $5.50+R NLHE||PomGinJ||Thailand||$20,146.50||10450||$157,324.30||1691|
|SCOOP-25-M – $55+R NLHE||SmileThHero||Germany||$56,763.81||2726||$388,381.95||377|
|SCOOP-25-H – $530+R NLHE||Lena900||Sweden||$102,115.24||391||$560,550.00||47|
|SCOOP-26-L – $11 FLO8 [8-Max]||Michael Keys||Chile||$4,390.24||3100||$30,380.00||495|
|SCOOP-26-M – $109 FLO8 [8-Max]||elabuga||Russia||$11,038.35||640||$64,000.00||95|
|SCOOP-26-H – $1,050 FLO8 [8-Max]||cal42688||Mexico||$26,305.31||137||$137,000.00||17|
|SCOOP-27-L – $11 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Turbo]||MR.BUMFLUFF||UK||$10,301.80||20749||$203,340.20||3431|
|SCOOP-27-M – $109 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Turbo]||JoeGall||Canada||$44,569.15||6272||$627,200.00||875|
|SCOOP-27-H – $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Turbo]||hummylun||Canada||$86,046.93||1055||$1,055,000.00||131|
For all the latest results from SCOOP go to the SCOOP 2018 homepage.
Here’s the map of all SCOOP winners, with SCOOP-H winners marked in red.
The SCOOP winner’s map, with wins in Japan and Thailand requiring the first use of the “scroll out” map function in this year’s Series.
And here’s another map showing the strict adherence by Series winners to the Alfred E. Neuman SCOOP Exclusion Zone.
The Alfred E Neuman SCOOP Exclusion Zone
The official SCOOP Stat Tracker (occasionally reliant on the “I can’t read this, there’s a coffee stain on the print out” Data System).
Events played: 78
Total entries: 328,926
Total prize money: $33,746,782
Total player paid: 52,436
The top ten results from the weekend:
|SCOOP-25-H: $530+R NLHE||Lena900||Sweden||$ 102,115.24|
|SCOOP-24-H: $2,100 8-Game||nilsef||Germany||$ 63,026.43|
|SCOOP-25-M: $55+R NLHE||SmilleThHero||Germany||$ 56,763.81|
|$2,100 Sunday High Roller||veeea||Russia||$ 51,289.54|
|SCOOP-27-M: $109 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Turbo]||JoeGall||Canada||$ 44,569.15|
|Sunday 500||WATnlos||Austria||$ 38,481.83|
|$215 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo]||MonkeyBudg||Ireland||$ 30,028.82|
|SCOOP-26-H: $1,050 FLO8 [8-Max]||cal42688||Mexico||$ 26,305.31|
|$11 Sunday Storm – PSPC Sunday Tournament||Paruyr6||Russia||$ 21,090.30|
|SCOOP-25-L: $5.50+R NLHE||PomGinJ||Thailand||$ 20,146.50|
And the overall leader board standings:
Full leader board standings, for Low, Medium, High and Overall, are on the SCOOP 2018 homepage.
There are nine new events starting today, three at each level of buy-in. Buy ins start at $5.50 and go up to $1,050.
The events highlighted in bold feature guarantees of $1 million. Read reports of these final tables on the blog.
|11:00||SCOOP-33-L – $11 Stud8, $20K Gtd|
|11:00||SCOOP-33-M – $109 Stud8, $50K Gtd|
|11:00||SCOOP-33-H – $1,050 Stud8, $150K Gtd|
|13:00||SCOOP-34-L – $5.50 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO], $75K Gtd|
|13:00||SCOOP-34-M – $55 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO], $250K Gtd|
|13:00||SCOOP-34-H – $530 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO], $1M Gtd|
|15:00||SCOOP-35-L – $11 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $40K Gtd|
|15:00||SCOOP-35-M – $109 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $100K Gtd|
|15:00||SCOOP-35-H – $1,050 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $200K Gtd|
Find all the details of this year’s series, including the schedule and leader board information, on the SCOOP 2018 homepage.
Jaime Staples had a good weekend, finishing fifth in SCOOP 17-H (won by RunLikeGod).
He’s also been busy in front of the camera, with Episode 6 of his SCOOP video diary. Watch that below and then read on for details of how to take part in the SCOOP Diaries freeroll coming up.
PokerStars Blog has teamed up with Jaime Staples for a freeroll featuring some amazing value.
We’re giving away 25 x $109 tournament tickets for the SCOOP Main Event [Low] which has a guaranteed prize pool of $1,500,000.
Earn a ticket into the freeroll by making a deposit of at least $10 using the code ‘JaimeDiaries’. You’ll then be credited with a ticket you can use to register for the SCOOP Diaries Freeroll on Sunday May 20. Find it by going to the Tourney tab on PokerStars and searching for ‘Diary’.
If you’ve ever wondered which players are best at sending opponents to the rail, you’ll soon be able to find out.
Tomorrow we start a new feature on the PokerStars Blog. As we outlined last week, we’re keeping track of every elimination for the duration of SCOOP (including those events that have already taken place.
Each day we’ll post the latest standings showing which players are the most lethal in the business.
If you’ve played a SCOOP event and knocked someone out, you’ll be on the list. And you can check back each day to see which position you occupy.
And, while details are being finalized, if you top this most deadly of leader boards you’ll win what is the newest, most original, and possibly the most ridiculous title in poker right now:
The PokerStars Blog Golden Scythe Award
It starts tomorrow.