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Which Had The Better Opening Weekend: SCOOP or GGOC?

Which Had The Better Opening Weekend: SCOOP or GGOC?

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Andre Marques Takes Down $2,100 Sunday High Roller Freezeout

“wdmm” Secures SCOOP Title For Montenegro

Other Recently Completed SCOOP Events

The 2022 PokerStars Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) is running alongside the GG Online Championship , giving tournament players a massive choice of events and the potential to massively increase their bankrolls in time for the upcoming 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) .

Both the SCOOP and the GG Online Championship (GGOC) shuffled up and dealt over the weekend and there have already been plenty of big scores in both. GGPoker has poked fun at PokerStars on social media due to the GGPoker series having $150 million worth of combined guaranteed prize pools, almost double that amount offered during SCOOP. However, with the completion of the first 2-Day events at SCOOP, who do you think had the better opening weekend? Check out these latest PokerStars SCOOP results to help you make your decision. Andre Marques Takes Down $2,100 Sunday High Roller Freezeout

Andre Marques The SCOOP 04-H: $2,100 NLHE 8-Max PKO Sunday HR Freezeout drew in a crowd of 296 high stakes specialists who created a $592,000 prize pool, which surpassed the advertised $500,000 guarantee. Half of the prize pool went on the heads of each entrant with the top 34 finishers sharing the other half.

With bounties included, all but one of the nine players at the final table banked at least five figures, and the one who didn’t almost did!

“julianpanda” saw their quest for a SCOOP title end in a ninth-place finish worth $12,234. Eighth-place finisher Josip “Jozinho6” Simunic collected $9,375, less than the previously eliminated player due to the PKO element of this event.Any of the remaining players would have made a worthy champion; the payout list reads like a who’s who of the online poker world. First, Jamil “Jamil11” Wakil busted in seventh for $17,500 before Brazilian star Pablo Brito “pabritz” Silva bowed out in sixth for $23,244.Team PokerStars’ popular pro Lex “L. Veldhuis” Veldhuis came close to securing a SCOOP title but ultimately had to […]

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