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2017
Daily SCOOP Day 15: Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland leads Main Event Daily SCOOP Day 15: Jordan 'JWPRODIGY' Westmorland leads Main Event After the biggest day in online poker history, PokerStars is about to make more millionaires as the Spring Championship of Online Poker nears its end. But it's not over yet... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: Talibaf triumphs over Wong and Mandavia to take title ($530 PLO, 6-max) SCOOP 2017: Talibaf triumphs over Wong and Mandavia to take title ($530 PLO, 6-max) As we approach the end of SCOOP, I can honestly say I've fallen in love with PLO. As I explained in the write-up of SCOOP Event #11-H ($530+R) last week, as a NLHE only kin... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: Tagomaga survives marathon saga in Win the Button (Event #50-H $530 PKO) SCOOP 2017: Tagomaga survives marathon saga in Win the Button (Event #50-H $530 PKO) Win the Button. Save the universe. Okay, maybe the stakes are slightly exaggerated. Win the Button will not save Earth from an invading armada of galactic ships, helmed by ... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: andyafc#1 is number one in Event #49-H ($2,100 NLHE 6-Max) SCOOP 2017: andyafc#1 is number one in Event #49-H ($2,100 NLHE 6-Max) On a lot of days a $2,100 buy-in, six-handed no-limit hold'em tournament with a $500K guarantee would be the main story in online poker, easy. Of course on this special Sun... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: generdir flips for joy after winning Event #51-H ($2,100 NLO8, 6-Max) SCOOP 2017: generdir flips for joy after winning Event #51-H ($2,100 NLO8, 6-Max) Coming into a game like the Spring Championship of Online Poker's Event #51-H No Limit Omaha Hi/Lo it would be best to pack adequate provisions. Not the standard sugar-infu... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: Rast rattles Seiver to claim first SCOOP title ($1,050 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw) SCOOP 2017: Rast rattles Seiver to claim first SCOOP title ($1,050 No Limit 2-7 Single Draw) I opened my PokerStars client to a message written in bold red letters across the screen. "Today will be the biggest day in online poker history!" Wowzer. With $28 million ... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: Nicolas 'chilenocl' Yunis wins second SCOOP title with Shootout win (Event #47-H $2,100 NL 6-Max) SCOOP 2017: Nicolas 'chilenocl' Yunis wins second SCOOP title with Shootout win (Event #47-H $2,100 NL 6-Max) Welcome to the Shootout at the Fantasy Factory. A simple game of deception and disruption. Six players entered the Hexagon. Equal stacks, equal footing. Only one player was... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: ross_654 is boss with crushing win in Event #46-H ($1,050 NL Rebuys) SCOOP 2017: ross_654 is boss with crushing win in Event #46-H ($1,050 NL Rebuys) Kicking it old school. PokerStars fired up the wayback machine for SCOOP Event #46-H with a classic re-buy/add-on event. These card-slinging combatants were vying for a $99... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: B1GL1P$$$ earns $191K after heads-up deal with bagoch in Event #44-H ($2,100 NLHE, Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill SE) SCOOP 2017: B1GL1P$$$ earns $191K after heads-up deal with bagoch in Event #44-H ($2,100 NLHE, Progressive KO, Thursday Thrill SE) The importance of the bounties in knockout tournaments usually recedes once the final table rolls around and the big prizes are on the line. But if one player can dominate ... Read more
2017
SCOOP 2017: Arne "juarnes" Coulier can't be cooled, wins Event #43-H ($530 NLHE Deep Stacks) SCOOP 2017: Arne "juarnes" Coulier can't be cooled, wins Event #43-H ($530 NLHE Deep Stacks) It's getting to that point in the Spring Championship of Online Poker -- when more than 100 events have completed and the final weekend looms -- that the SCOOP stars are re... Read more
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