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2012 SCOOP has come to an end. Here are the Main Event winners...

Tags: 2012 scoop, GripDsNutz, john_tri80, main event, spring championship of online poker, suarez_BG.
Posted on 22 May 2012 by "T".

The 2012 Spring Championship of Online Poker is now over as 2 days of Main Event action, low, medium and high, are over. The Main Even Low attracted a field of 22,128 players which generated a prize pool of $2,212,800! 3,150 players received a share of the prize pool and "john_tri80" from Greece took down the event for $198,725,75.

2012 SCOOP Event #40-L ($109 NLHE Main Event) Results (reflects deal):
1st place: john_tri80 (Greece) - $198,725.75*
2nd place: FrandsenDK (Denmark) - $187,000.00*

3rd place: Fiskin1 (UK) - $110,640.00

4th place: T_Dot_D (Canada) - $88,512.00

5th place: flowstone80 (Germany) - $66,384.00

6th place: Lyznypapa (Poland) - $44,256.00

7th place: Jonath3501 (UK) - $31,089.84

8th place: slavOuchka (New Zealand) - $19,915.20
9th place: MrWeesy (Germany) - $13,276.80

*Based on two-way deal with $20K added to winner's money

3,567 players entered Main Event Medium and fighted for a total prize pool of $3,567,000. It was a very thrilling final table and also the only SCOOP main event final table where no deal was made. After many long hours of play, the last man standing was a player called suarez_BG (Bulgaria) who defeated minsiterborg (Denmark) heads-up and laid hands on the $560,019 first prize. ministerborg received $417,339 for his second place and didn't seem too disappointed with that either.

Event #40-M $1,050 NL - Final Table Payouts and Results:
1st place: suarez_BG (Bulgaria) - $560,019
2nd place: ministerborg (Denmark) - $417,339
3rd place: hunwei (Australia) - $296,061
4th place: PSÄ! (Malta) - $205,102.50
5th place: carrycakes (Mexico) - $152,703.27
6th place: scrooch025 (Belgium) - $115,927.50
7th place: Donny "dknight10" Knight (Costa Rica) - $80,257.50
8th place: Korn2005 (Canada)- $44,587.50
9th place: IRLMedic (Ireland) - $28,536

*Based on two-way deal with $20K added to winner's money

The "high" version of the main event saw a field of 517 players who won their way through satellites or paid $10,300 directly. 63 players received a piece from the amazing $5.17 million prize pool and the 3 last players, GripDsNutz (Costa Rica), Sp00led (Canada) and sosickPL (Poland), made a three-way deal that left $80k extra to the one who won the tournament. And after some battling back and forth, the winner ended up being GripDsnNutz who defeated sp00led heads-up.

2012 SCOOP Event 40-High, $10,300 No-Limit Hold'em, Main Event (*reflects three-way deal):
1st: GripDsNutz (Costa Rica) -- $798,675*
2nd: sp00led (Canada) -- $718,675*
3rd: sosickPL (Poland) -- $718,675*
4th: UrMySponsor (Germany) -- $403,260
5th: wizowizo (Germany) -- $284,350
6th: hotmark777 (Lebanon) -- $219,725
7th: r4st4f4ri (Germany) -- $168,025
8th: römpsä (Germany) -- $116,325
9th: B4d3m3!st3r (Germany) -- $85,822.00


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3 comments on "2012 SCOOP has come to an end. Here are the Main Event winners..."

 Fakiry22/05/2012 12:18:34 GMT
Once again no one from Portugal on these lists, but there are a lot of germans among the best paid places, two in the low buy-in and five (!) in the high one. Btw, I also didn’t recognize any nickname, to see if there was any mobster on it. Maybe not on these top places, but I believe there may exist a couple of mobsters that went on these main events…
 noonlion22/05/2012 12:32:54 GMT
The main event - 3 way split?

What's going on with people. That's just lame. Everyone knows that splits mean the rest of the hands are altered by this factor, you never have a true champion.

I understand the need for money, but when youre still getting a huge payout in 3rd it's a joke to be splitting.
 Fakiry23/05/2012 12:24:04 GMT
Posted by noonlion:
I understand the need for money, but when youre still getting a huge payout in 3rd it's a joke to be splitting.

Our way to think about a big payout perhaps it’s not the same of these guys. If I (dreaming) manage to reach a final heads up of a big event in which the first prize would be $1.5 million and the 2nd was $700K, I would be joyful if my opponent would propose me a deal. The truth is everybody wants to have more when there’s that chance. Why taking the risk of getting less when you can guarantee more? “Money for nothing” is only at the Dire Straits music (“and the chicks for free”, well, that part would be the rest of the dream after winning the game)!!!

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