that of Brazil Rodrigo “SELOUAN1991” Selouan he seems to be developing a penchant for $ 25,000 buy-in tournaments. Selouan helped himself € 25,000 High Roller one day IV title at the recent Prague European Poker Tour (EPT) festival, denying Team PokerStars Sam Grafton heads up. Selouan has now added a $ 25,000 Super High Roller Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) title to its ever-expanding list of poker titles.
Selouan was one of 47 participants (36 single players plus 11 re-entries) in the 44-H SCOOP: $ 25.00 NLHE 8-Max Super High Roller. Day 1 took place on May 17 and the list of stars was reduced to just six. Book a thought for Sergi “srxkgirona” Reixach i Vyacheslav “VbV1990” Buldygin who reached the final table but still went home empty-handed. That’s how the final fell to six hands.
SCOOP 44-H: $ 25.00 NHLE 8-Max Super High Roller Final Table Results
PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1Rodrigo “SELOUAN1991” SelouanBrazil$440,493 2Daniil “NVoskob1986” KiselevLatvia$284,336 3Juan “Malaka$tyle” PardoAndorra$183,537 4Pascal “Pass_72” LefrancoisCanada$118,472 5Nacho124441Mexico$76,472 6Thomas “WushuTM” MuehloeckerAustria$49,362 7Vyacheslav “VbV1990” BuldyginUzbekistan 8Sergei “srxakgirona” ReixachMexico
Thomas “WushuTM” Muehloecker he was the first player with money to break. Muehloecker had soon lost some of his battery “Nacho124441”and it was the same player who got his hands on the rest of Muehlocker’s chips.
Nacho124441 rose to 140,000 a minute on the button and paid when Muehloecker made a three-bet all-in from the small blind for 799,066. They were pocket queens for Nacho124441 and king-jack for Muehlocker. A queen in turn left Muehlocker dead, raising $ 49,362 for her sixth place.
Fifth place and $ 76,472 went to Nacho124441, although the Mexican was by far the biggest stack when the five-handed game began. They lost a handful of relatively small pots before getting their stack with the ace-king and bumping into the pocket aces. Juan “Malaka $ tyle” Pardo, which left him with a pile of 20 large blinds. Nacho124441 openly pushed for 1,625,706 from the king-queen cut, and Pardo woke up again with a dominant hand in ace-king. Pardo pushed again, and his ace-king held on to reduce the number of players in one.
Pascal “Pass_72” Lefrancois was the next victim, the Canadian raised $ 118,472 after his fourth-place finish and it was Pardo who struck the killer once again. Lefrancois had just doubled Pardo when his star came from behind to beat the Spaniard’s ace. Pardo then rose to 280,000 from the small blind with the blind to 40,000 / 80,000 / 10,000a. Lefrancois made a three-bet all-in for 1,685,618 with what turned out to be an ace-four of clubs, and Pardo made the push with six pockets. The six remained, leaving only three players in search of the first prize of $ 440,493.
Pardo had 8.9 million records at the time with Selouan with 1.3 million and Daniil “NVoskob1986” Kiselev in 1.4 million. However, Pardo was somehow third. Pardo lost a piece when he doubled Kiselev with six against ten, then Selouan doubled Pardo with an ace-four against his pockets!
The Pardo slide continued even though it lasted up to the 50,000 / 100,000 / 12,500a level. That’s when Selouan looked down at the little blind king-queen and decided to call Pardo’s 861,839 push, which he did with an ace-ten. A king of the river relinquished Pardo the third-place prize of $ 183,537.
Selouan had a lead of 7,349,101 to 4,400,899 chips over Kiselev in the face-off, but Latvia managed to tie. Neither player managed to forge his head in the one-on-one battle, but something finally happened when Kiselev lost a large percentage of his stack when he floped a checker, but Selouan had made ass. triple. This gave Selouan an advantage of almost two to one in chips that he never gave up.
The last hand saw Kiselev limping for 120,000 with an ace, and Selouan broke it with three in his pocket. Kiselev canceled the 2,090,599 chips he had behind him, and went to the races on that big flip. A flop of king-jack-jack kept Selouan ahead, as did the two on the turn. A third jack completed the board and confirmed Kiselev’s disappearance in second place, a $ 284,336 final. Selouan won the title in addition to the first prize of $ 440,493.
Fintan “easywithaces” complete Epic SCOOP Hat Trick live live
Darie wins as the $ 25,000 stars hit rock bottom
There was a $ 2,100 buy-in tournament alongside the $ 25,000 Super High Roller and several of those who made it to the final table went deeper.
$ 25,000 champion Rodrigo Selouan sailed the majority of the 247 field, but dropped to 14th place for a payout of $ 7,141. Surprisingly, two of the $ 25.00 finalists also found themselves at the $ 2,100 final table.
Thomas “WushTM” Muehloecker retired in seventh place for $ 18,909, while Pascal “Pass_72” Lefrancois finished fourth for an addition of $ 42,638 to his budget. Among those exits were the eliminations of Ronan “Sw33ney” Sweeney ($ 24,796) i Patrick “pads1161” Leonard ($ 32,516).
Brazilian feeling Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira was ranked third; raised $ 55,912. Ferreira’s untimely demise left a British windmill based in Costa Rica Elliott “elliottpet” Peterman against Vlad “Dariepoker” Darie in what was essentially a $ 23,000 heads-up sit & go. Neither player was interested in reaching an agreement, which left the payments as they were. That meant Peterman raised $ 73,318 when he fell to the last hurdle, leaving Darie to get a payday of $ 96,143, giving himself plenty of ammunition for the remaining SCOOP events.
SCOOP 44-M: $ 2,100 NLHE 8-Max Final Table Results
PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1Vlad “dariepoker” DarieRomania$96,143 2Elliott “elliottpet” PetermanCosta Rica$73,318 3Rui “RuiNF” FerreiraBrazil$55,912 4Pascal “Pass_72” LefrancoisCanada$42,638 5Patrick “pads1161” LeonardUnited Kingdom$32,516 6Ronan “Sw33ney” SweeneyUnited Kingdom$24,796 7Thomas “WushuTM” MuehloeckerAustria$18,909 8Paulo “paulinhoo00” BrombinBrazil $ 14,420
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Vega Victorious at the latest SCOOP Sunday Million; Ketzer crashes in the fourth
PokerStars gave a $ 1 million guarantee to the last Sunday Million, but 2,912 participants meant that the tournament dealt $ 1,456,000 to the top 399 players. The thick set of prizes meant that no one who reached the final table left with less than $ 14,000, while the top three finishers got a lot of six figures.
Felipe “ketzerfelipe” Ketzer he was the last of the finalists to earn no more than $ 100,000, though he can’t be too disappointed to have turned his $ 530 investment into $ 76,625. Ketzer’s elimination closed in six-figure awards for the trio of surviving players. of Canada “bonnebaise” he watched his tournament finish abruptly in third place, a good finish for $ 107,494, and the huge Sunday Million was now on the face-to-face stage.
Andreas “Nuthshell” VegaA Chilean national who won a $ 22 buy-in tournament a few days ago struggled with “Korn2005” or the title and lion’s share of the prize. Apparently, the pay gap of more than $ 60,000 did not affect the attention players because they forgot to make any kind of deal. The lack of negotiations meant that Vega won a $ 211,549 prize when he defeated his Canadian opponent. Korn2005 was helped to win a $ 150,798 prize, which should go to numb the pain of not becoming a 2022 SCOOP champion.
SCOOP 35-M: $ 530 NLHE 8-Max Sunday Million
PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1Andreas “Nuthshell” VegaChile$211,549 2Korn2005Canada$150,798 3bonnebaiseCanada$107,494 4Felipe “ketzerfelipe” KetzerBrazil$76,625 5BigodinSagazBrazil$54,621 6RadekparekCzech Republic$38,936 7bettoBRBrazil$27,755 8Aleksis “Dr.Durrrq” LocanLatvia$19,784 9periscopio76Uruguay$14,103