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RESULTS SO FAR

WEDNESDAY 22/5/2024

Two more players picked up their second title of the series on Tuesday.

The legendary Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov (who once won five WCOOP titles in a single year) took down his fifth trophy and second of the year with victory in the $530 NL 2-7 Single Draw PKO. Stebkov collected $11,768 and when you combine his SCOOP and WCOOP tallies, he now has 15 COOP wins overall.

Bulgaria’s “AchoBogdanov” was the other new member of the multiple champions club. They won the $530 NLHE 6-Max PKO (#93-H) for $31,750 and now have four SCOOP titles overall.

Other winners on the day included Artem “Veeea” Vezhenkov and “ShipitFTW911” (a member of Team Tonkaaaa in SCOOP League), both of whom won the second SCOOP title of their careers.

For a full recap of recent action, head to our friends at PokerNews.

NOTABLE WINNERS / PRIZES

Player: Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden (5th title)
Event: SCOOP 02-H: $530 NLHE [SCOOP Kickoff]
Prize: $48,444

Player: “DingeBrinker”
Event: SCOOP 03-H: $2 100 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up]
Prize: $79,352

Player: “CatfishBillyMan”
Event: SCOOP 04-M: $1,050 NLHE [Progressive KO Sunday High Roller]
Prize: $144,623

Player: Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos (6th title)
Event: SCOOP 04-H: $5 200 NLHE [Progressive KO Titans]
Prize: $144,623

Player: “Sintoras” (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 06-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $59,208

Player: Andrei ‘Premove’ Skortsov (10th title)
Event: SCOOP 17-L: $11 PLO [6-Max]
Prize: $4,516

Player: “uwintakeit” (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 16-M: $1 050 NLHE [Super Tuesday]
Prize: $95,554

Player: Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson (8th title)
Event: SCOOP 16-H: $10,300 NLHE [Super Tuesday High Roller]
Prize: $186,238

Player: Jans “Graftekkel” Arends (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 22-H: $5 200 NLHE [Wednesday Mystery]
Prize: $76,979

Player: “RaiseYourMoney”
Event: SCOOP 18-L: $22 NLHE [Progressive KO Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $15,656

Player: “RaiseYourMoney” (Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 24-M: $215 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $36,216

Player: Claas “SsicK_OnE” Segebrecht (5th title)
Event: SCOOP 30-H: $320 NLHE [Turbo The Copacabana Unlimited]
Prize: $36,788

Player: Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen (6th title)
Event: SCOOP 30-M: $33 NLHE [Turbo The Copacabana Unlimited]
Prize: $24,750

Player: Niklas “Lena900” Astedt (9th title)
Event: SCOOP 38-H: $1,050 NLHE [Turbo PKO]
Prize: $43,110

Player: Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 34-H: $1,050 8-Game
Prize: $19,259

Player: Marius “DEX88” Gierse (5th title)
Event: SCOOP 35-H: $1 050 NLHE [Mystery Bounty]
Prize: $113,434

Player: Lex “L. Veldhuis” Veldhuis (PokerStars Team Pro – 1st title!)
Event: SCOOP 41-H: $5 200 NLHE [Titans]
Prize: $140,279

Player: “Pastexcel”
Event: SCOOP 41-M: $530 NLHE [Sunday Million]
Prize: $161,408

Player: Francisco “Tomatee” Benitez (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 48-H: $530 NLHE [Turbo Progressive KO Big Antes]
Prize: $31,047

Player: “Stumpfed”
Event: SCOOP 43-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $83,002

Player: Andreas “mrAndreeew” Berggren (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 45-L: $55 NLHE [6-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $30,375

Player: “copag hold’em”
Event: SCOOP 45-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $66,396

Player: Juanki “B4NKR0LL3R” Vecin (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 47-H: $1 050 NLHE [Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $50,201

Player: “Stumpfed” (Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 49-H: $1 050 NLHE [Turbo Progressive KO Daily Cooldown]
Prize: $38,253

Player: Matthew “MUSTAFABET” Ashton (9th title)
Event: SCOOP 54-H: $1 050 FL 2-7 Triple Draw [6-Max]
Prize: $18,943

Player: Rob “robc1978” Cowen (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 55-M: $109 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $24,685

Player: Andras “probirs” Nemeth (6th title)
Event: SCOOP 55-H: $1 050 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $47,219

Player: Andras “probirs” Nemeth (7th title – Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 52-H: $2,100 PLO [6-Max, Progressive KO]
Prize: $58,592

Player: Gabriel “gabsdrogba” Schroeder (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 58-H: $320 PLO [Mystery Bounty]
Prize: $11,797

Player: “Fantomet1029” (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 53-M: $109 NLHE [Super Tuesday]
Prize: $51,934

Player: Patrick “pads1161” Leonard (8th title)
Event: SCOOP 59-M: $530 NLHE [Wednesday Mystery]
Prize: $36,639

Player: Stevan “random.chu” Chew
Event: SCOOP 59-H: $2 100 NLHE [Wednesday Mystery]
Prize: $50,750

Player: Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen (7th title – Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 60-M: $109 Razz
Prize: $5,400

Player: Adam “Adamyid” Owen (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 60-H: $1,050 Razz
Prize: $14,147

Player: Joris “BillLewinsky” Ruijs (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 61-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $48,765

Player: Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber (6th title)
Event: SCOOP 64-M: $109 FLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $3,164

Player: Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber (7th title – Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 64-H: $530 FLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $7,893

Player: Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber (7th title – Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 64-H: $530 FLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $7,893

Player: Roman “RomeOpro” Romanovsky (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 65-L: $109 NLHE [Progressive KO Mini Thursday Thrill]
Prize: $55,354

Player: “leqenden” (6th title)
Event: SSCOOP 65-M: $1 050 NLHE [Progressive KO Thursday Thrill]
Prize: $91,221

Player: “AchoBogdanov” (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 65-H: $10 300 NLHE [Progressive KO Thursday Thrill High Roller]
Prize: $192,425

Player: “FAL1st” (4th title)
Event: SCOOP 66-L: $5.50 PLO8 [6-Max]
Prize: $2,104

Player: Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser (11th title)
Event: SCOOP 75-L: $55 NLHE [Turbo]
Prize: $19,591

Player: João Mathias “joaoMathias” Baumgarten (first title)
Event: SCOOP 81-H: $530 NLHE [7-Max Turbo Progressive KO Sunday Cooldown Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $45,171

Player: Andreas “mrAndreeew” Berggren (5th title – Second title of the series)
Event: SCOOP 77-H: $530 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up]
Prize: $70,080

Player: “Prosperous4” (first title)
Event: SCOOP 78-L: $215 NLHE [Progressive KO Sunday Million]
Prize: $145,426

Player: “perfect guim” (First title)
Event: SCOOP 78-M: $1 050 NLHE [Progressive KO Sunday High Roller]
Prize: $149,383

Player: Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber (8th title – 3rd of the series)
Event: SCOOP 78-H: $5 200 NLHE [Progressive KO Titans]
Prize: $114,317

Player: Narcis “Narcisus90” Nedelcu (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 79-H: $2 100 NLO8 [6-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $54,310

Player: Jens “Fresh_oO_D” Lakemeier (3rd title)
Event: SCOOP 83-H: $1 050 Stud
Prize: $16,158

Player: Naoya “nkeyno” Kihara (First title)
Event: SCOOP 86-H: $530 PLO [6-Max Turbo Progressive KO]
Prize: $25,357

Player: Artem “Veeea” Vezhenkov (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 82-H: $2 100 NLHE [Progressive KO High Roller]
Prize: $96,870

Player: Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov (5th title – Second of the series)
Event: SCOOP 89-H: $530 NL 2-7 Single Draw [7-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $11,768

Player: “ShipitFTW911” (2nd title)
Event: SCOOP 88-H: $530 NLHE [Deep Stacks]
Prize: $41,406

Player: “AchoBogdanov” (4th title – Second of the series)
Event: SCOOP 93-H: $530 NLHE [6-Max Turbo Progressive KO]
Prize: $31,570

Other winners include:

Alex “Alex Shepel” Shepel, Renan “internett930” Bruschi, Paul “pvas2” Nunes, Jonas “donut604” Mackoff, Neville “NevilleWeeee” Costa, Jonathan “x_zola25” Skovsen, Casimir “Ceis25” Seire, Alexandre “aminolast” Raymond, Lucio “WizardOffAz” Lima, “Shadissimo”.

MULTIPLE CHAMPIONS

Here’s a look at the players who have won more than one SCOOP title in the 2024 series:

Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber (3 TITLES)

Event: SCOOP 64-M: $109 FLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $3,164

Event: SCOOP 64-H: $530 FLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $7,893

Event: SCOOP 78-H: $5 200 NLHE [Progressive KO Titans]
Prize: $114,317

“RaiseYourMoney” (2 TITLES)

Event: SCOOP 18-L: $22 NLHE [Progressive KO Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $15,656

Event: SCOOP 24-M: $215 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $36,216

“mari4ka9510”

Event: SCOOP 29-H: $1 050 Stud Hi/Lo
Prize: $15,536

Event: SCOOP 42-H: $1 050 PLO8 [6-Max]
Prize: $26,302

Matthew “Stumpfed” Stumpf

Event: SCOOP 43-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max]
Prize: $83,002

Event: SCOOP 49-H: $1 050 NLHE [Turbo Progressive KO Daily Cooldown]
Prize: $38,253

Andras “probirs” Nemeth

Event: SCOOP 55-H: $1 050 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO Single Re-Entry]
Prize: $47,219

Event: SCOOP 52-H: $2,100 PLO [6-Max, Progressive KO]
Prize: $58,592

Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen

Event: SCOOP 30-M: $33 NLHE [Turbo The Copacabana Unlimited]
Prize: $24,750

Event: SCOOP 60-M: $109 Razz
Prize: $5,400

Andreas “mrAndreeew” Berggren

Event: SCOOP 45-L: $55 NLHE [6-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $30,375

Event: SCOOP 77-H: $530 NLHE [Sunday Warm-Up]
Prize: $70,080

Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov

Event: SCOOP 34-H: $1,050 8-Game
Prize: $19,259

Event: SCOOP 89-H: $530 NL 2-7 Single Draw [7-Max Progressive KO]
Prize: $11,768

“AchoBogdanov”

Event: SCOOP 65-H: $10 300 NLHE [Progressive KO Thursday Thrill High Roller]
Prize: $192,425

Event: SCOOP 93-H: $530 NLHE [6-Max Turbo Progressive KO]
Prize: $31,570

SCOOP LEAGUE

It’s boom or bust as Team Pros draft rosters for the inaugural SCOOP League

CURRENT LEAGUE STANDINGS

WEDNESDAY 22/5/24

Another win for Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov puts Team Lex more than 2,000 points ahead of Team Spraggy. While it’s too late for them to catch up, Team Tonkaaaa picked up some points thanks to a victory for “ShipitFTW911”.

TOP PLAYER OVERALL: “Fal1st” (Team Spraggy)
TOP COMMUNITY PLAYER: “blairtoast” (Team Lex)
TOP POKERSTARS PRO: Lex “L. Veldhuis” Veldhuis (Team Lex)
TOP TEAM CAPTAIN: Lex “L. Veldhuis” Veldhuis (Team Lex)

Here’s how the overall teams stand:

Team Lex – 10,650 pts
Team Spraggy – 8,645 pts
Team Tonkaaaa – 5,700 pts
Team Fintan – 4,400 pts

And a look at each SCOOP League player individually:

ABOUT SCOOP LEAGUE

This could get ugly but, wow, is it going to be fun to rail. 

PokerStars is launching the inaugural SCOOP league in which Team Pros Lex Veldhuis, Benjamin Spragg, Fintan Hand and Parker Talbot will act as team captains, drafting a 30-pick squad for SCOOP.

The 30 picks consist of two aces from the pool of Team Pros, as well as eight poker pros of their choosing. They’ll also get to select 20 hot prospects from their stream communities and each pick will get a $215 SCOOP ticket to take a shot on one of poker’s biggest stages. 

Here’s how you can get involved.

Now that the captains have picked their teams, players can pledge their allegiance to their favourite streamer (or just the one who you think has the best team). You’ll do this by:

  • Click the ‘Tools’ tab in the PokerStars Lobby
  • Select ‘Star Code’
  • Enter the Star Code: SCOOPLeague
  • You’ll then receive a freeroll ticket
  • Go to ‘My Tournament Tickets’ and you’ll see four separate freerolls — one for each Ambassador
  • You can only register for one, so choose wisely

You can register for one of the freerolls anytime until May 20.

When the league is finished, the freeroll of the winning captain will take place and there are big prizes to be won (the other three freerolls will be cancelled).

The freeroll winner will receive a full package to the UKIPT / ESPT Malaga event in June. Plus, there will be $109 Power Path Step 4 tickets up for grabs in consolation prizes.

So, who will boom and who will bust? Here’s a look at the Ambassador and “Free Agent” picks for each captain:

TEAM LEX

Ambassador: Sam “SamSquid” Grafton
Patrick “pads1161” Leonard
Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser
Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen
Ole “wizowizo” Schemion
Denis “adrenalin710” Strebkov
WhatIfGod
Marius “DEX88” Gierse
Paul “_pauL€FauL_” Höfer
Ambassador: Alejandro ‘Papo MC’ Lococo

Matteusz
Likrop
Tomar95
t3zza36
hjbown
IzMeRcO
JerryFloripa
eduardoamigo
blairtoast
Ruslanchuk
tenrafaelpai
eastcoast510
Shuffle1st
mikevild
FishFingers7887
shadissimo
gghhosstt 
jekke28
Vlozh
WCr.TBE

TEAM FINTAN

Ambassador: Laurie “LaliTournier” Tournier
Alex “I Attack95” Kulev (formerly known as “FutureofMe”)
Tobias “Senkel92” Leknes
flerrehuve
Robin “Robinho” Ylitalo
ArtHouse2011
roflcopter88
gnetaren
Jon “jonkyte” Kyte
Ambassador: Marle “MarlzTV” Spragg

Nut_Flush674
Lilian777
bremp555
CountOleksiy
kelator83
RhinoRyan89
boznation
Murphy745
ociNico7
HAVe EpyPHANy
GED1889
James “J.Hartigan” Hartigan
Ac-King00
missy_gazell
jmulveyMU
RESSS66

TEAM PARKER

Ambassador: Lasse “Wistern” Jagd Lauritsen
Niklas “Lena900” Astedt
Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielevski
ShipitFTW911
Bruno “great dant” Volkmann
James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet
Christian “CMoosepower” Elgstrøm
Blaž “Scarmak3r” Žerjav
Audrius “Stakelis24” Stakelis
Ambassador: Rafael “GM Valter” Moraes

ryggermortis
haynes_ten
gyford1
Jasik.j.k
skelari002
AgentWB
777Pa777
Tunney96
GabiBustos
newfoundland69
djer02
Morticiass
sabi987
333miho999
Mickymo365
Metta7
So00oSick
Irishstud14
Conor “1_conor_b_1” Beresford
Lordbarre

TEAM SPRAGGY

Ambassador: Sebastian “peace&loove” Huber
Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira
Joao “Naza114” Vieira
Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber
Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson
FAL1st
Espen “Hymn2ninkasi” Jørstad
Bernardo “bedias” Dias
Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi
Ambassador: Georgina “GJReggie” James

alisha+tom
crowe678
DOL2020
TheBIGnotorious
Lennypigeon
RiggwelterUK
scott_BCFC
Victor_Od
Pysgodyn
mokenurr
theMacGuffin
ChaeDoc
DrueDrueDrue
fredey12384
swiftrulez
Sw2909
Toast888
Appleyface
Neverwinpots
Banez86

LEX VELDHUIS INTERVIEW: “I COULDN’T SLEEP. I JUST LIED IN BED, SMILING.”

After years of near misses, Lex Veldhuis has finally clinched his maiden Championship of Online Poker (COOP) title – and what an event to win.

Veldhuis’ SCOOP victory came in the $5K buyin Titans event (#41-H) where he navigated his way through a 128-entry field comprised of the very best in the world to win $140,279 – one of the biggest prizes awarded in the series so far.

We spoke to the PokerStars Team Pro the morning after about how it feels to have so many top pros watch his stream, what the win means for him, and why it’s relaxing to be “the worst player at the table”.

PokerStars Blog: Congratulations! You’ve had so many seconds and thirds and close calls in COOP events. How did you feel when you went to bed last night…and did it feel like a dream when you woke up?

Lex Veldhuis: Thanks! I’m so happy. It just feels great. I feel as light as a feather.

Streaming a tournament series is so intense and every day you feel like you’re grinding down, mustering up energy, and when you have a bad session you go to bed not feeling good. But now everything just feels light and happy and I’m constantly smiling. I couldn’t sleep — I just lied in bed for an hour and a half smiling.

I had so many nice messages from people and I woke up to so many more. I can’t wait to keep playing, [the rest of SCOOP] feels like such an insane freeroll. It just couldn’t be better.

“When pros watch [my stream], it means a lot.” – Lex Veldhuis

What does it mean to you to not only win your first COOP but do it in one of the toughest/biggest buy-in tournaments?

It’s almost a triple win. I remember when I got second in a COOP last year — a really small one, an $11 6+ event. I was gutted. I was like, wow. It was only then that I really understood what having a COOP title meant to me, even a small one. They really all count. 

So I would have been super happy to win an $11 SCOOP. But I also got a big prize AND it was against the best competition in the world. I really maxxed out. 

I said on social media that I thought I was the worst player on the final table, and I wasn’t kidding there. But that doesn’t mean that I’m not confident that I can put people in tough spots. That’s the beauty of the game: the best player isn’t always going to win.

It’s kind of relaxing in a way to be five out of nine and think I’m the worst player, so let’s just see what happens. Those guys are sickos. The hands you play against them are so stressful.

You got a lot of love from those sickos and other top players on other tables after the win. What does that recognition mean to you? 

That meant a lot to me, actually. I would join a table and people would say congrats, or “Look at this guy styling in the Fenomeno after winning the Titans”. I was like, wow, there were so many people watching. 

There are different feelings you get from different types of viewers. Some watch while they work. Some watch with their partner. There are all these different angles as to why it’s so cool that people watch.

But when pros watch the stream it means a lot. It means they’re grinding and they have the stream open and it’s something they think enhances their grind. It’s a huge compliment and I love hearing from top regs that they watch the stream. It felt great.

This also puts Team Lex way ahead in SCOOP League…

Yeah, we’re crushing. Shout out to “Blairtoast2 and “shaddisimo” from the community who have a lot of points. Man, my picks have really worked out. Pads is crushing. Adrenalin is absolutely smashing it. I feel so good about my team. 

It’s just fun to watch. They’re all great picks and I hope to do it again for WCOOP.

SCOOP 2024 runs from 5-29 May 2024

SCOOP 2024 is going to be a big one. Quite simply it’s a series you never want to miss.

And today is all about the SCOOP schedule — all 128 events of it — now available to view.

SCOOP will cover all the bases of tournament poker. Multiple poker variants, tournament formats, and three tiers of buy-ins for every event.

No matter your bankroll, experience level, or specialities, there are events for you. Buy-ins start at $2.20.

Below you can get to the good stuff yourself, but here’s the overview.

Let’s start with the biggest number: $75M Guaranteed across the series.

What does that break down into?

In total some 128 tournaments. Each with three versions to suit low, medium and high buy-ins, and a trophy for every single winner. Just as you’ve come to expect.

In all you can expect at least $2M Gtd in prize money every day to 27 May.

But that’s nothing like the whole story.

Within that there are some notable landmarks to chew over. We’ll let you pour over the details, but here are a few highlights.

Starting with the three Main Events in Sunday 26 May.

  • $109 Main Event Low ($2M Gtd)
  • $1,000 Main Event Medium ($3.5M Gtd)
  • $10,000 Main Event High ($5M Gtd)

But there are some other big events to keep in mind in the weeks before.

A $1,050 Sunday High Roller ($1M Gtd) on Sunday 5 May.

Two $1,050 Super Tuesdays on 7 May and 21 May with $500K Gtd.

Three $215 Thursday Thrills each with $600K Gtd.

PLUS, for the first time ever, Mystery Bounty Events. They’ll be 12 in total, with prize pools ranging from $150K Gtd to $500K Gtd and buy-ins starting at $3.30.

And to make playing even easier you can now convert Silver or Gold Passes into SCOOP ticket bundles. Even more reason to get playing Power Path for free every day.

$350K IN ADDED VALUE

PokerStars has announced there are now $350,000 worth of SCOOP 2024 tickets up for grabs via satellites, Fast Track, and Power Path, giving you an even greater chance of playing without breaking the bank.

Remember: every day you play on PokerStars you’ll receive a free $0.50 Power Path Step 1 ticket. These can be used to begin your journey towards big prizes – from $109 Bronze Passes that can be used for $109 buy-in events, to Silver and even Gold Passes that can be redeemed for SCOOP bundles. 

Here’s how you can play your way into a SCOOP 2024 Main Event for less:

  • Direct satellites are running from as little as $0.55
  • The Fast Track qualification route has buy-ins from $2.20
  • Special edition Spin & Go’s, ($0.75, $4 & $20) will also award Main Event entries
  • Power Path – Silver and Gold Power Passes can be redeemed for SCOOP bundles

LEADER BOARDS – $100K IN PRIZES

As if the series needed any more excitement, SCOOP Leader Boards always provide some added drama. Very often, the battle for the top spot on each table goes right down to the wire, keeping us glued to the results until the final few events.

It’s sure to be another thrilling race this year as PokerStars is putting up $100,000 in Leader Board prizes for the Low/Medium/High boards, as well as the overall Player of the Series. This year’s champions will also take home a highly coveted SCOOP trophy!

Last year it was “Fal1st” of Thailand who won the Overall Player of the Series Leader Board — as well as the Low Leader Board — winning $25,000 and $5,000, respectively.

Please Note: players in Germany, Sweden and Belgium are ineligible for Leader Board prizes due to regional regulations.

SCOOP 2024 SCHEDULE

LAST YEAR’S SCOOP (2023)

Felipe “lipe piv” Boianovsky

The 2023 renewal of the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) — its 15th — ran from Sunday, May 7 through Thursday, June 1 and featured 363 tournaments.

Brazil’s Felipe “lipe piv” Boianovsky became the 15th winner of the SCOOP Main Event, taking down the $10,300 buy-in (#108-H) to win $1,036,199 – the largest prize of SCOOP 2023.

Fal1st” of Thailand won the Overall Player of the Series Leader Board — as well as the Low Leader Board — winning $25,000 and $5,000, respectively. Sweden’s Jerry “perrymejsen” Ödeen topped the Medium Leader Board for $10,000, while Tobias “Senkel92” Leknes came out top in the High for $15,000.

For full results, daily recaps, a multiple winners list, and more check out our 2023 coverage hub.

STATS ANALYSIS

Here are all the SCOOP stats: a full series breakdown, drilling down into some of the miraculous numbers. Enjoy…

SCOOP 2023 STATS ANALYSIS

ALL-TIME SCOOP STATS

Here’s a look at our all-time Spring Championship of Online Poker stat tracker, covering every SCOOP event played from the very first series in 2009 up to and including the 2023 edition.

Events: 973
Tournaments: 2,917
Total entries: 13,573,790
Total prize pools: $1,324,455,144
Total first-place prizes: $202,974,240

Yep, you read that right.

Across the 2,917 SCOOP tournaments played, we’ve seen a staggering one billion, 324 million, 455 thousand and 144 dollars in prizes awarded.

Plus, almost 203 million dollars in first-place prizes.

Now let’s take a look at the countries who have won SCOOP titles in that time:

370 titles – Brazil
296 – UK
226 – Canada
205 – Russia
187 – Germany
115 – Austria
113 – Sweden
97 – Netherlands
92 – USA
83 – Finland, Ukraine
76 – Norway
71 – Mexico
69 – Poland, Romania
60 – Hungary
46 – Argentina
40 – Ireland
36 – Bulgaria, Denmark
35 – Greece
34 – Malta
32 – Belarus
31 – Czech Republic
27 – Lithuania
22 – Estonia, Latvia
21 – Australia, Belgium
20 – Costa Rica, Croatia, Switzerland, Uruguay
17 – Montenegro
12 – Kazakhstan, Thailand
9 – Chile, China, Israel, Japan, Peru
8 –  Cyprus, Lebanon, Portugal, Slovenia
7 – Andorra
6 – Moldova, New Zealand, Spain
5 – Panama, Serbia
4 – Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Gibraltar, Luxembourg, North Macedonia
3 – Bolivia, Macau, Slovakia
2 – Georgia, Hong Kong, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam
1 – Antigua & Barbuda, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Ecuador, Indonesia, Isle of Man, Ivory Coast, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, Mongolia, South Africa, The Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, Uzbekistan.

MORE ABOUT SCOOP:

SCOOP 2023 COVERAGE HUB
STATS ANALYSIS – SCOOP 2023
HOW THE SCOOP 2023 SCHEDULE WAS BUILT

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