Ole Schemion The 2022 Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) is hurtling towards its thrilling finale but one man does not want SCOOP to end. Ole Schemion , regarded as one of the best poker tournament players of his generation, if not all time, can seemingly do nothing wrong at this year’s SCOOP. The German superstar completed a hat trick of 2022 titles this week, taking his tally to seven.
Schemion took down the SCOOP 13-H: $10,300 NLHE Super Tuesday High Roller event at the start of the series and walked away with $202,432. He then came out on top in the SCOOP 57-H: $320 NLHE Weekend Starter on May 21 for an additional $27,691. Schemion completed his remarkable trio of victories by being the last player standing from a field of 922 entrants in the SCOOP 75-M: $1,050 NLHE Super Tuesday and collected $151,575.
Sandwiched between these breath-taking victories is Schemion’s win in the GGPoker Super MILLION$ Main Event that came with a gargantuan $1,447,417. Get your money on Schemion winning a WSOP bracelet if he makes the journey to Las Vegas this summer.
Schemion’s hat trick-completed victory was not easy because the $1,050 Super Tuesday final table was a star-studded affair. Mark “AceSpades11” Radoja busted quite early into the final table’s action, but Schemion still had to tangle four-handed with Renan “Aziz.Mancha” Aziz , Jeiko “JEIK0” Palma , and eventually Pavels “Rigapols81” Spirins heads-up. Spirins proved no match for the in-form German and Schemion got his hands on $151,575 plus his seventh career SCOOP title. SCOOP 75-M: $1,050 NLHE Super Tuesday Final Table Results
1 Ole “wizowizo” Schemion Austria $151,575 2 Pavels “Rigapols81” Spirins Latvia $110,024 3 Jeiko “JEIK0” Palma Panama $79,864 4 Renan “Aziz.Mancha” Aziz Brazil $57,971 5 jason13-2008 Brazil $42,079 6 I’m Saul In Canada $30,544 7 Moritz “MuckCallOK” Dietrich Austria $22,171 8 Mark “AceSpades11” Radoja Canada $16,093 9 Dean “DeanoSupremo” Lyall United Kingdom $13,209 POW POW LIONS TSAI SHEN’S GIFT STAMPEDE FURY II LUCKY DUCK Second 2022 SCOOP Title For Sweden’s Mattsson
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