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SCOOP 2020 Day 3: Fifth SCOOP Title for Benny Glaser; Tied Third All-Time

SCOOP 2020 Day 3: Fifth SCOOP Title for Benny Glaser; Tied Third All-Time

A total of 15 winners were crowned last night on Day 3 of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker. Head on over the 2020 SCOOP Hub to find out more information, follow along in the live updates and watch exciting videos as they come out!

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SCOOP-06-H: $2,100 8-Game

Mixed Game wizard Benny "RunGodlike" Glaser bagged the fifth SCOOP title of his career after he won SCOOP-06-H: $2,100 8-Game for $54,854. That moves him into third on the all-time list, one behind Shawn Buchanan and five behind Calvin Anderson.

He defeated Germany's "donthnrmepls" heads-up, who had to settle for $42,070.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Benny "RunGodlike" GlaserUnited Kingdom$54,854
2donthnrmeplsGermany$42,070
3at0216Macau$32,266
4joisoAustria$24,746
5Jens "Fresh_oO_D" LakemeierRussia$18,979
6Fake Love888Germany$14,556
7Phil "flong78" LongPoland$11,164

This result sees Glaser move up the all-time SCOOP standings to sit tied for third:

All-Time SCOOP Titles

SCOOP TitlesPlayer(s)
10Calvin "cal42688" Anderson
6Shawn "buck21" Buchanan
5Jussi "calvin7v" Nevanlinna
 Jason "JasonMercier" Mercier
 Luke "lb6121" Schwartz
 Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira
 Shaun "shaundeeb" Deeb
 Benny "RunGodlike" Glaser

Benny Glaser SCOOP Titles

YearEventBuy-inEntriersPrize PoolPayout
2016Stud Hi/Lo$2,100111$222,000$54,390
2018FLHE$222,074$41,480$6,202
2019FL 2-7 Triple Draw$215379$75,800$14,667
20198-Game$1,050191$191,000$45,840
20208-Game$2,100122$244,000$54,854

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"mandan1979" Tops 93 Survivors as Big Names Retain Chances for SCOOP Title

Another Progressive Knockout tournament in the shape of Event #10-H: $1,050 NLHE drew a total of 1,157 entries, easily surpassing the initial guarantee of $750,000. Even the 890 unique entries would have sufficed but an additional 267 re-entries boosted the prize pool to $1,157,000, of which the top 143 spots locked up a portion of the cash pool.

After the completion of over eight hours of play, only 93 players made it through in the hopes of scoring further bounty prizes and potentially claiming the top prize of $79,644.69. Romania's "mandan1979" topped the counts as the only player above five million and has 5,080,902 to his name. He is followed by Lithuania's "Mikensonas" with 4,365,087 and third-placed "jorginho88" is trailing by quite a margin with 3,023,682.

RankPlayerChip Count
1mandan19795,080,902
2Mikensonas4,365,087
3jorginho883,023,682
4bukharkov7772,957,914
5copag holdem2,633,779
6JoeGall2,474,773
7Freshmannn2,454,752
8lopan832,258,385
9aabas2,235,108
10need2klonk2,222,601

Other notables that made it through are three former EPT Main Event champions Robin "robinho" Ylitalo (1,153,065), Andrey "ThePateychuk" Pateychuk (1,142,296) and Rob "batoelrob" Hollink (718,459).




SCOOP-05-L: $11 NLHE

Six of the nine final tablists in SCOOP-05-L: $11 NLHE were from South America, with Argentina's "corresao" eventually coming out on top.

From a field of 41,411 - the largest completed tournament so far - they walked away with $38,968 and become the latest SCOOP champion!

Brazil's "corvonas" would have to settle for second-place and $27,754 in prize money.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1corresaoArgentina$38,968
2corvonasBrazil$27,754
3ANIILOVEYOUArgentina$19,784
4vituhu3Brazil$14,103
5tritaskis11Germany$10,053
6smdtomBrazil$7,166
7jusforfanBrazil$5,108
8baranozNetherlands$3,641
9kuznetsmashaRussia$2,596

SCOOP-05-M: $109 NLHE

While the Low tier was full of South Americans, the Medium tier SCOOP-05-M: $109 NLHE was a European affair as Germans and Russians battled it out to see who would top the8,022-player field.

In the end it was Germany's "staanemer" who walked away with $112,835 in prize money for finishing first, defeating Russia's "da_malganus" who would have to settle for $78,617.

PokerStars Ambassador Ben "Spraggy" Spragg finished 22nd for $2,120.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1staanemerGermany$112,835
2da_malganusRussia$78,617
3RyderRockGermany$54,778
4Zhakinec09Russia$38,168
5Jesusisback0Poland$26,594
6Ruiter1991Netherlands$18,530
7getllLithuania$12,911
8SetNCheckMalta$8,996
9slinkerknotGermany$6,268

SCOOP-05-H: $1,050 NLHE

It was a star-studded affair at the SCOOP-05-H: $1,050 NLHE final table, with notables galore. Eventually, "com 157" defeated Dimitar "KuuL" Danchev heads-up to win $128,391 and top a 741-player field.

Other notables at the final table included Kenny "SpaceyFCB" Hallaert, Rafael "GM_Valter" Moraes and Josip "Jozinho6" Simunic.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1com 157United Kingdom$128,391
2Dimitar "KuuL" DanchevBulgaria$94,888
3Max "mikki696" LehmanskiAustria$70,128
4Consi11Ireland$51,829
5Kenny "SpaceyFCB" HallaertUnited Kingdom$38,305
6EasterdamnBelgium$28,309
7Rafael "GM_Valter" MoraesBrazil$20,922
8disquesi!United Kingdom$15,463
9Josip "Jozinho6" SimunicAustria$11,428

Reigning SCOOP Main Event champion Gianluca "Tankanza" Speranza finished 14th for $6,979, with Aliaksei "ale6ka" Boika (11th - $8,931), Simon "C. Darwin2" Mattsson (15th - $6,979) and Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira (20th - $5,454) all finishing in the money.


Five-Way Deal to End SCOOP-06-L: $22 8-Game

With the final table seven-handed, all it took were two further eliminations before the final five struck up a deal. Eventually, Ireland's "Nr1InEurope" came out on top of a 4,039 player field, defeating the UK's "Clarkson6" heads-up to win the first 8-Game title of the 2020 SCOOP.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Nr1InEuropeIreland$7,825*
2Clarkson6United Kingdom$5,335*
3CardTrooper7Germany$6,408*
4vpisjakLatvia$5,781*
5Francuz_032Russia$6,459*
6Alexti666Russia$1,895
7jagakva111Russia$1,321

SCOOP-06-M: $215 8-Game

Japan finished first and second in the SCOOP-06-M: $215 8-Game with "fish_san" just edging out Naoya "nkeyno" Kihara to top the 642-player field.

The $60,000 guarantee was smashed, with PokerStars Ambassador Mason "Pye_Face21" Pye finishing 13th for $1,507.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1fish_sanJapan$22,022
2Naoya "nkeyno" KiharaJapan$15,442
3lb6121United Kingdom$10,828
4millwall1986United Kingdom$7,592
5FONBET_RULITRussia$5,324
6eddycadubEcuador$3,733
7tmk999Poland$2,975

"YouGoBrokeOk" Wins SCOOP-07-L: $5.50 NLHE PKO

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1YouGoBrokeOkGermany$3,016$5,930*$8,946
2AntonAnd20Denmark$806$5,808*$6,614
3Oy$h!-MA$t3rGermany$737$6,145*$6,882
4dannyt163Ireland$952$6,107*$7,059
5medontcarexxRomania$561$2,394$2,955
6HOMs_HCRussia$177$1,707$1,884
7fredtempelBrazil$444$1,217$1,661
8dobajamUnited Kingdom$698$867$1,565
9imcuzzaUnited Kingdom$457$618$1,075

SCOOP Success for "Lackoo87gcb" in SCOOP-07-M: $55 NLHE PKO

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1Lackoo87gcbHungary$18,816$37,897$56,713
2FiatEruditioRussia$7,113$37,882$44,995
3CAMISA1088Brazil$2,264$22,477$24,741
4zeisseliFinland$3,059$16,022$19,081
5Roman-MIRussia$2,255$11,421$13,676
6dUT73Denmark$1,370$8,141$9,511
7DeckMcFlyBrazil$541$5,803$6,344
8PopayeAACanada$1,504$4,137$5,641
988118811Argentina$582$2,949$3,531

Big Payday for "Lucky_Jew_17" in SCOOP-07-H

Russia's "Lucky_Jew_17" took down one of the biggest payouts of the 2020 Spring Championship of Online Poker so far, winning SCOOP-07-H: $530 NLHE PKO for over $120,000.

They defeated Diego "Die Ventura" Ventura heads-up, with PokerStars Ambassador Lex Veldhuis finishing 14th for combined cashes of over $5,500.

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1Lucky_Jew_17Russia$63,768$60,864$124,632
2Diego "Die Ventura" VenturaPeru$14,376$60,863$75,239
3ErvedosaBrazil$11,142$36,111$47,253
4JesseonbossFinland$8,223$25,741$33,964
5jenssegers36Belgium$4,418$18,349$22,767
6Odonkor1Sweden$1,508$13,080$14,588
7KkruchitAAsArgentina$6,896$9,324$16,220
8dadaking001Canada$2,843$6,646$9,489
9pochiCosta Rica$1,262$4,738$6,000

SCOOP-11-L: $11 NL 5-Card Draw PKO

An exciting addition to this year's SCOOP schedule was the 5-Card Draw PKO variant which was taken down by "PufuMiu", collecting $2,115 in prize money and $1,281 in bounties.

The Romanian defeated "Philych_085" heads-up, who took down a NL draw SCOOP event back in 2014.

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1PufuMiuRomania$1,281$2,115$3,396
2Philych_085Belarus$107$2,112$2,219
3farmerpeiCanada$553$1,209$1,762
4EPT SemNetherlands$338$842$1,180
5Hra_hikkaFinland$111$587$698
6semi007479Germany$332$409$741
7VilleVallatonFinland$107$285$392

SCOOP-11-M: $109 NL 5-Card Draw PKO

Mark "MarkBang" Bango took down the SCOOP-11-M: $109 NL 5-Card Draw PKO for a total prize of $6,817 when cash and bounty were combined. He defeated "falafel2" heads-up at a final table that also included Finland's Jussi "calvin7v" Nevanlinna.

The event attracted a total of 461 entries, almost doubling the initial guarantee.

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1Mark "MarkBang" BangoHungary$3,285$3,532$6,817
2falafel2Poland$395$3,532$3,927
3Jussi "calvin7v" NevanlinnaFinland$1,588$2,090$3,678
4GerkyhaBelarus$713$1,488$2,201
5molodnyakLatvia$471$1,059$1,530
6Maestro ShaoArgentina$905$754$1,659
7Infe[id]Belarus$328$604$932

Other notable cashers included Vladimir "vovtroy" Troyanovskiy (27th - $380), Adam "Adamyid" Owen (30th - $340) and Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira (37th - $460).


Russian One-Two-Three in SCOOP-11-H: $1,050 NL 5-Card Draw PKO

In the $1,050 buy-in 5-Card Draw PKO it was a Russian one-two-three as Alexander "joiso" Kostritsyn defeated "Parasol6Ka" heads-up to top a 78-player field.

Kostritsyn takes home $23,666 in total prizes, with Denis "aDrENalin710" Strebkov finishing third and Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira enjoying another 2020 SCOOP deep run.

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizeCash PrizeTotal Prize
1Alexander "joiso" KostritsynRussia$14,468$9,198$23,666
2Parasol6KaRussia$250$9,198$9,448
3Denis "aDrENalin710" StrebkovRussia$4,094$5,882$9,976
4Rui "RuiNF" FerreiraNetherlands$2,375$4,397$6,772
5sprocketsAAmexico$1,500$3,287$4,787
6Ulett_23Canada$2,438$2,457$4,895
7Skint PaddyIreland$500$1,837$2,337

SCOOP-12-L: $2.20+R NLHE Turbo

Peru's "Malicius20" walked away with the top prize in SCOOP-12-L: $2.20+R NLHE Turbo, turning a $2.20 buy-in into a massive $9,445 cash. They defeated "Julius" from Germany heads-up in an enormous 13,589-player field, more than tripling the initial $25,000 guarantee.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Malicius20Peru$9,445
2JuliusGermany$6,725
3TUL$REKOPCanada$4,794
4xuipizhiloRussia$3,417
5WeissssssUnited Kingdom$2,436
6VasiachikiUkraine$1,736
7Hanz…skilsCzech Republic$1,238
8neil's uncleCanada$882
9nice hand180United Kingdom$629

SCOOP-12-M: $22+R NLHE Turbo Ends in Three-Way Deal

The final three players in SCOOP-12-M: $22+R NLHE Turbo agreed to a deal that would see Estonia's "ULOSEMFKR!!" take home over $30,000 in prize money, but in the end it was Brazil's "cassolGana" who walked away with the title.

They topped a 5,301-player field which generated a prize pool of$263,000, smashing the original guarantee of $100,000.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1cassolGanaBrazil$27,015*
2ULOSEMFKR!!Estonia$30,951*
3raw-war123United Kingdom$25,329*
4Brainy14Canada13584
5rollingdronePoland$9,683
6[email protected]Latvia$6,902
7JunkMAn0Canada$4,920
8TG_CESDenmark$3,507
9Raz0rs_3dg3Germany$2,500

SCOOP-12-H: $215+R NLHE Turbo

There was more SCOOP success for the nation of Brazil in the High buy-in Turbo, with "Eleres88" clinching victory and over $60,000 in prize money.

736 players entered, generating a prize pool of over $350,000, with notables Simon "C.Darwin2" Mattsson (14th - $2,880), Joshua "slayerv1fan" Hoesel (23rd - $2,460) and Rui "RuiNF" Ferrreira (30th - $2,101) in the money.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Eleres88Brazil$62,622
2conejin_20Chile$44,639
3TheGrinderØBrazil$31,820
4Ahhh Is It?United Kingdom$22,682
5progre69Argentina$16,169
6Jamil11Canada$11,526
7Felipe "lipe piv" BoianovskyBrazil$8,216
8drupa-luckerRussia$5,857
9WitaliiRussia$4,175

Other Events

SCOOP-09-L: $5.50 NLHE

Guarantee$50,000
Prize Pool$115,189
Players23,508
Players left433
First place prize$11,789
Next payout$29
Chip leaderwanderer_pro (Poland)

SCOOP-09-M: $55 NLHE

Guarantee$175,000
Prize Pool$394,900
Players7,898
Players left302
First place prize$55,531
Next payout$192
Chip leaderRowniwn (Austria)

SCOOP-09-H: $530 NLHE

Guarantee$300,000
Prize Pool$465,000
Players930
Players left78
First place$77,273
Next payout$1,440
Chip leaderplanty07/08 (United Kingdom)

SCOOP-10-L: $11 NLHE PKO

Guarantee$200,000
Prize Pool$495,522
Players46,890
Players left501
First place prize$18,035
Next payout$34
Chip leaderyoyo.razek10 (Germany)

SCOOP-10-M: $109 NLHE PKO

Guarantee$500,000
Prize Pool$1,162,700
Players11,627
Players left402
First place prize$64,330
Next payout$190
Chip leaderIoami24 (Netherlands)

Lots of Events on the SCOOP Sunday Schedule

It's the first Sunday of SCOOP which means there's plenty of action on offer with 18 events kicking off including three $2,100 events and a $10,300 High Roller!

Time GMTTime EDTBuy-inNameGuarantee
12:0008:00$55SCOOP 13-M NLHE 8-Max, Progressive KO, Sunday Kickoff SE$250,000
12:0008:00$530SCOOP 13-H NLHE 8-Max, Progressive KO$400,000
12:0008:00$6SCOOP 13-L NLHE 8-Max, Progressive KO, Mini Sunday Kickoff SE$50,000
14:3010:30$1,050SCOOP 14-H NLHE 8-Max, Sunday Warm-Up SE$500,000
14:3010:30$11SCOOP 14-L NLHE 8-Max$100,000
14:3010:30$109SCOOP 14-M NLHE 8-Max, Sunday Warm-Up SE$350,000
17:0013:00$2,100SCOOP 15-H NLHE Sunday HR SE$1,000,000
17:0013:00$22SCOOP 15-L NLHE Mini Sunday Million SE$275,000
17:0013:00$215SCOOP 15-M NLHE Sunday Million SE$1,000,000
18:1514:15$2,100SCOOP 16-H PLO 6-Max$400,000
18:1514:15$22SCOOP 16-L PLO 6-Max$80,000
18:1514:15$215SCOOP 16-M PLO 6-Max$200,000
19:3015:30$10,300SCOOP 17-H NLHE 8-Max, High Roller$1,000,000
19:3015:30$109SCOOP 17-L NLHE 8-Max$400,000
19:3015:30$1,050SCOOP 17-M NLHE 8-Max$750,000
21:0017:00$2,100SCOOP 18-H NLHE 8-Max, Turbo, Progressive KO, Sunday Cooldown SE$400,000
21:0017:00$22SCOOP 18-L NLHE 8-Max, Turbo, Progressive KO, Mini Sunday Cooldown SE$100,000
21:0017:00$215SCOOP 18-M NLHE 8-Max, Turbo, Progressive KO, Sunday Cooldown SE$250,000

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