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FishOnHeater Kicks Off 2022 SCOOP In Style by Banking $68K

May 09, 2022
2022 PokerStars SCOOP

The 2022 Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) got off to a thrilling start this weekend and six PokerStars players have already become SCOOP champions, padding their bankrolls early in the series and giving them plenty of ammunition for what is to come.

SCOOP 07-H: $1,050 NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO saw 342 players buy in and create a $342,000 prize pool. Team PokerStars’ Ben "Spraggy" Spragg came close to reaching the seven-handed final table but crashed out in eighth for a $3,499 score.

Sylvain Loosli
Sylvain Loosli finished sixth

Matt "OLD TIME GIN" Stone was the first finalist heading for the exits. Sylvain "calculer_" Loosli and Iceland’s "Skrimsil" joined Stone in the role of spectator. Then came the eliminaitons of "eagletore69" and Julian "julianpineda" Pineda, the latter turning his $1,050 investment into $19,803.

Heads-up saw "FishOnHeater" take on Christoph "26071985" Vogelsang heads-up. Vogelsang ultimately fell at the final hurdle and won $49,191, leaving "FishOnHeater" to bag themselves a top prize weighing in at $68,629.

SCOOP 07-H: $1,050 NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryBountiesPrizeTotal Prize
1FishOnHeaterHungary$38,234$30,395$68,629
2Christoph "26071985" VogelsangUnited Kingdom$18,796$30,395$49,191
3Julian "julianpineda" PinedaMexico$2,062$17,741$19,803
4eagletore69Luxembourg$4,156$10,986$15,142
5SkrimsilIceland$4,656$7,524$12,180
6Sylvain "calculer_" LoosliUnited Kingdom$1,562$5,814$7,376
7Matt "OLD TIME GIN" StoneCanada$8,656$4,189$12,845

Rodgriguez Reigns Supreme in 8-Max Event

Alejandro Rodriguez
Alejandro Rodriguez

Alejandro "KKruchitAAs" Rodriguez can call himself a SCOOP champion after he triumphed in the SCOOP 06-H: $320 NLHE 8-Max event. Victory over 1,261 opponents came with a $59,540 payday.

The top 175 finishers won a share of the $378,600 prize pool. Such luminaries as Alex "FutureofMe" Kulev, Team PokerStars Fintan "easywithaces" Hand, Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz, Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph, and 2021 WSOP Main Event finalist Jareth "jareth3542" East were among those who cashed .

Eventual champion Rodriguez eventually found himself one-on-one with Austrian "mitch85" and he got the job done. A lack of a deal meant the champion received $59,540 for their $320 investment, leaving mitch85 to console themselves with the $42,441 runner-up prize.

SCOOP 06-H: $320 NLHE 8-Max Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Alejandro "KKruchitAAs" RodriguezArgentina$59,540
2mitch85Austria$42,441
3MarkusG91Norway$30,253
4DTSITravkaUkraine$21,566
5Mike "MikeyGG3" GentiliCanada$15,373
6Pavels "Rigapols81" SpirinsLatvia$10,958
7Romauro10Malta$7,811
8Matheus "M Cunha G" CunhaBrazil$5,568

Taylor Makes Amends for Live Bad Beat With First SCOOP Title

Guy Taylor
Guy Taylor

Guy "temp0r2k" Taylor busted from a live event with kings versus queens versus jacks for the chip lead and headed home on a delayed train. He fired up PokerStars in time to register for SCOOP 07-M: $215 NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO and what an amazing decision it was to play online because Taylor became a SCOOP champion for the first time.

Some 1,853 players bought in and created a $370,600 prize pool where half went on the heads of each entrant and the remaining 50% was paid to the top 252 finishers.

"mitiyy", "n.shum", and "Fruble" were the first trio of finalists who crashed out, and the last three players not to pick up a five-figure score for their substantial efforts. "WestCliff21" busted in fourth for $10,663, with Miguel "CambadaDeMixos" Lopes running out of steam in third, a finish good for $13,875.

Taylor locked horns with "unconquer3d" of New Zealand. The heads-up duo locked in $21,192 but the final bounty payments were also five figures in weight. Taylor defeated his Kiwi opponent and added $17,959 to his main prize pool payout for a total prize worth $39,151. The second place finisher scooped $31,475.

SCOOP 07-M: $215 NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryBountiesPrizeTotal Prize
1Guy "temp0r2k" TaylorUnited Kingdom$17,959$21,192$39,151
2unconquer3dNew Zealand$10,284$21,191$31,475
3Miguel "CambadaDeMixos" LopesMalta$1,859$12,016$13,875
4WestCliff21Austria$3,096$7,567$10,663
5FrubleBrazil$1,593$5,271$6,864
6n.shumGermany$50$3,952$4,002
7mitiyyBulgaria$362$2,968$3,330

Other 2022 SCOOP Results

EventEntrantsPrize poolChampionPrize
SCOOP 06-L: $3.30 NLHE 8-Max12,019$35,335KingLew888$4,560
SCOOP 06-M: $33 NLHE 8-Max7,635$229,050Rafaelo97$28,295
SCOOP 07-L: $33 NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO6,481$194,430Miawnel11$18,972*

*includes bounty payments

Nine New Events on May 9

2022 PokerStars SCOOP

There are nine new 2022 SCOOP events taking place on May 9 in addition to 13 tournaments that started on May 8 crowning their champions. The Sunday Million is the biggest of these events. Only 267 of the 7,974 starters remain in the hunt for the $96,097 top prize, which will come with a bounty payment of a similar size.

*DateTimeEventDays*
Sat, 28 MaySCOOP 92-L: $2.20 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Last Player Standing], $20K Gtd1
Sat, 28 MaySCOOP 92-M: $22 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Last Player Standing], $100K Gtd1
Sat, 28 MaySCOOP 92-H: $215 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Last Player Standing], $175K Gtd1
Tue, 31 MaySCOOP 104-L: $5.50 NLHE [Heads-Up, Turbo, Progressive Total KO, Heads-Up TKO Zoom], $40K Gtd1
Tue, 31 MaySCOOP 104-M: $55 NLHE [Heads-Up, Turbo, Progressive Total KO, Heads-Up TKO Zoom], $175K Gtd1
Tue, 31 MaySCOOP 104-H: $530 NLHE [Heads-Up, Turbo, Progressive Total KO, Heads-Up TKO Zoom], $200K Gtd1
Wed, 01 JunSCOOP 106-L: $3.30 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Series Wrap-Up], $35K Gtd1
Wed, 01 JunSCOOP 106-M: $33 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Series Wrap-Up], $125K Gtd1
Wed, 01 JunSCOOP 106-H: $320 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Series Wrap-Up], $150K Gtd1
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