2020 WSOP.com Bracelet Events

SCOOP 2020 Day 32: Steve O’Dwyer Leads $2.1K Sunday Warm-Up

Steve O'Dwyer

May 31 was the final day of new events for the 2020 Spring Championship of Online Poker and it was another superb day of poker tournament action. PokerNews reported on a trio of events that progressed to Day 2, while a plethora of players from around the world became SCOOP champions on the 32nd and penultimate day of this $135 million guaranteed series.

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SCOOP-120-H $2,100 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up SE], $500K Gtd

Steve “Mr. Tim Caum” O’Dwyer is the man to catch going into the final day of the SCOOP-120-H $2,100 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up SE], $500K Gtd.

Some 418 players sat down at the start of the tournament and only 28 of them remain in the hunt for the $150,547 top prize. O’Dwyer has a chip lead of more than one-million chips over second-placed “m.a-0000” but an O’Dwyer victory is far from a done deal because some of the game’s elite grinders are among the final 28 players.

Look out for players including Yuri “theNERDguy” Martins, Adrian “Amadi_07” Mateos, Benjamin “bencb789” Rolle, and Joao “Naza114” Vieira when play resumes. Also still in the hunt are the likes of Andrew “ClockWyze” Pantling, Tyler “Wonderboy222” Goatcher, Guillaume “Nolet20” Nolet, and Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro!

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1Steve “Mr. Tim Caum” O’DwyerIreland5,607,112
3Matt “OLD TIME GIN” StoneCanada3,313,637
5Yuri “theNERDguy” MartinsBrazil2,529,861
6Adrian “Amadi_07” MateosUnited Kingdom2,178,998
7Benjamin “bencb789” RolleUnited Kingdom2,135,659
8Mathias “giftmyrs” JoelssonSweden1,799,823
9Joao “Naza114” VieiraBelarus1,530,554
10copag holdemBrazil1,522,595

Will O'Dwyer win? Follow the updates here.

SCOOP-121-M: $109 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Sunday Million SE], $2.5M Gtd

Rob “robc1978” Cowen has done his chances of becoming a SCOOP champion no harm by bagging up the chip lead in the SCOOP-121-M: $109 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Sunday Million SE], $2.5M Gtd.

Cowen bagged an impressive 6,605,708 chips at the end of the first day’s play and now has almost 1.5 million chips more than his nearest rival, “DemonOfDawn” from Brazil.

There are still 502 players in the field after a monster-sized 30,809 entrants bought in for $109. Among those returning to the PokerStars virtual felt are Charlotte “Sjlot” Van Brabander, Billy “b8chatz” Chattaway, David “MissOracle” Yan, Shawn “buck21” Buchanan, and Joao “IneedMassari” Simao.

It’s going to be an amazing finale to a huge tournament. Who will win? Find out on PokerNews!

1Rob “robc1978” CowenUnited Kingdom6,605,708
5Charlotte “Sjlot” Van BrabanderBelgium4,574,645
8KrevendiUnited Kingdom4,291,583

Cowen leads but can he keep up the pace? Find out here

SCOOP-121-H $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO], $1.5M Gtd

Some 138 players remain in the SCOOP-121-H $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO], $1.5M Gtd and it is Brazil’s “Rebozeio” who returns as the chip leader. The Brazilian is in pole position for the $153,478 top prize, plus the bounties they pick up along the way, but there are some superstars of poker among the returning players.

One of those stars is Darrell “FourSixFour” Goh who returns in second-place, around 1.5 million chips behind Rebozeio. Mustapha “lasagnaaammm” Kanit and Stavros “IDOLLS” Kalfa bagged up enough chips to be in the top 10 when play resumes.

Further down the chip counts you’ll find such luminaries as Max “goodeh99” Silver, Alexandru “steakaddict” Papazian, Conor “1_conor_b_1” Beresford, and soccer superstar Neymar “neymar-jr” Jr! Imagine if he won!

2Darrell “FourSixFour” GohAustria5,199,746
3AtanasPPPUnited Kingdom5,136,775
4[email protected]Barbados5,007,450
6Mustapha “lasagnaaammm” KanitUnited Kingdom4,693,111
8Stavros “IDOLLS” KalfaGreece4,200,414

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SCOOP 2020 Day 32 Results

SCOOP 115-L: $11 NLHE [Afternoon Deep Stack], $75K Gtd

Prize Pool$133,534
Winnerr-w-patriot (Russia)
First-place prize$16,659

SCOOP 115-M: $109 NLHE [Afternoon Deep Stack], $250K Gtd

Prize Pool$281,100
WinnerDaanOss (Austria)
First-place prize$41,085

SCOOP 115-H: $1,050 NLHE [Afternoon Deep Stack], $350K Gtd

Prize Pool$397,000
WinnerJamil11 (Canada)
First-place prize$72,321

SCOOP 116-L: $5.50 NLHE [8-Max]

Prize Pool$134,995
Winnerpolaac_RC (Argentina)
First-place prize$12,193

SCOOP 116-M: $55 NLHE [8-Max]

Prize Pool$478,350
Winnerogurcon (Russia)
First-place prize$48,768

SCOOP 116-H: $530 NLHE [8-Max]

Prize Pool$537,500
WinnerRobin “robinho” Ylitalo (Sweden)
First-place prize$87,775

Robin "robinho" Ylitalo, the former EPT London champion, took down the $530 NLHE 8-Max event and walked away with $87,775. Ylitalo came out on top of a 1,075-strong field to become a SCOOP champion and to bolster his bankroll with a substantial sum.

SCOOP 117-L: $5.50 8-Game

Prize Pool$23,137
WinnerJames “jimbomber” Finigan (United Kingdom)
First-place prize$3,045

SCOOP 117-M: $55 8-Game

Prize Pool$70,150
WinnerBRAZZMONKEY (Germany)
First-place prize$10,766

SCOOP 117-H: 530 8-Game

Prize Pool$131,000
WinnerSumm3L (Sweden)
First-place prize$25,004

SCOOP 123-L: $5.50 NLHE [Turbo, PKO, Mini Sunday Cooldown SE]

Prize Pool$100,513
WinnerPaul “J-Rod Fett” McTaggart (United Kingdom)
First-place prize$7,802

SCOOP 123-M: $55 NLHE [Turbo, PKO, Sunday Cooldown SE]

Prize Pool$554,550
Winnerabendy (Canada)
First-place prize$44,648

SCOOP 123-H: $530 NLHE [Turbo, PKO, Sunday Cooldown SE]

Prize Pool$990,000
WinnerOliver “sk2ll_m0dR” Weis (Austria)
First-place prize$121,922

SCOOP 124-L: $11 NLHE [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Mini Sunday Supersonic SE]

Prize Pool$213,461
WinnerSerenity1404 (Denmark)
First-place prize$22,050

SCOOP 124-M: $109 NLHE [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Sunday Supersonic SE]

Prize Pool$530,365
WinnerBarksdale111 (Canada)
First-place prize$69,558

SCOOP 124-H: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Sunday Supersonic SE]

Prize Pool$564,000
Winnerchininhaltig (Germany)
First-place prize$101,067

In-Play Events

SCOOP 119-L: $5.50 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Mini Sunday Kickoff]

Players left45
Prize Pool$124,229
Chip leaderflukesfla (Ireland)
First-place prize$5,305

SCOOP 119-M: $55 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Sunday Kickoff]

Players left94
Prize Pool$522,700
Chip leadertenyooo (Germany)
First-place prize$29,660

SCOOP 119-H: $530 NLHE [8-Max, PKO]

Players left18
Prize Pool$587,000
Chip leaderiamivar (Sweden)
First-place prize$39,530

SCOOP 120-L: $22 NLHE

Players left112
Prize Pool$233,640
Chip leaderem1910 (Chile)
First-place prize$30,516

SCOOP 120-M: $215 NLHE

Players left103
Prize Pool$6,22,200
Chip leaderAndrey “ThePateychuk” Pateychuk (Russia)
First-place prize$89,638

SCOOP 122-L: $22 PLO [6-Max]

Players left102
Prize Pool$142,780
Chip leader$partan4ik (Russia)
First-place prize$20,283

SCOOP 120-M: $215 PLO [6-Max]

Players left70
Prize Pool$300,200
Chip leaderkogoj (Slovenia)
First-place prize$45,798

SCOOP 120-H: $2,100 PLO [6-Max]

Players left35
Prize Pool$530,000
Chip leaderNoah “Exclusive” Boeken (Netherlands)
First-place prize$101,164

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