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PokerStars' SCOOP: "Sussie Smith" Wins $467k In Two Events!

Tags: 2014 SCOOP, Alexander Roumeliotis, Isildur1, PokerStars, Sussie Smith.
Posted on 19 May 2014 by "T".

It has been very silent about high-stakes player Alexander "Sussie Smith" Roumeliotis this year. In fact, according to online cash-game tracking site highstakesdb, the Swede has not been playing on PokerStars nosebleed tables since November 2013. Well, we might see and hear more about him from now on as he scored two major cashes over the weekend at the 2014 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP)!

A total of 41 players entered the $21,000 Heads-Up High Roller Event (the most expensive SCOOP event) and created a prize pool of $294,175! A total of 4 Swedes took part in the event (bajskorven87, wilhasha, Isildur1 och Sussie Smith) but only Roumeliotis made it to the money! After defeating 26071985, SkaiWalkurr and carrycakes, he was the last man standing and received an incredible $294,175!


1. Alexander "Sussie Smith" Roumeliotis (Sweden) $294,175.00
2. carrycakes (Canada) $168,100.00
3. Rachid Ben "SkaiWalkurrr" Cherif (Netherlands) $84,050.00
4. Tobi "KTPOPK" Kuder (Austria) $84,050.00
5. Trueteller (Russia) $52,531.25
6. 26071985 (United Kingdom) $52,531.25
7. wizowizo (Germany) $52,531.25
8. raidalot (United Kingdom) $52,531.25

After the impressive win, he made it on to the final table in Event 45-H: $1,209 No Limit Hold'em Turbo Re-entry. The event saw 1,209 entries (580 re-entries) battle it out for several hours of play until only Roumeliotis and another 4 players remained and stroke a deal, which gave him another $173,636!

Final table results: 

1. krzyeyeskila (Costa Rica) $228,947.47*
2. Toby "810ofclubs" Lewis (United Kingdom) $164,423.76*
3. Emil "Emilohlsson" Ohlsson (Sweden) $129,126.84*
4. Chaz D 87 (United Kingdom) $177,881.06*
5. Alex "Sussie Smith" Roumeliotis (Sweden) $173,636.82*
6. Christer "lennart" Johansson (Sweden) $67,087.50
7. El Braulin (Mexico) $49,197.50
8. Jon "PearlJammer" Turner (Mexico) $31,307.50
9. nimuuuh (Germany) $17,890.00

*= reflects the results of a five-way deal

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10 comments for "PokerStars'' SCOOP: "Sussie Smith" Wins $467k In Two Events! "

 Macubaas19/05/2014 09:30:45 GMT
Two bad that he does not play too much nosebleed high stakes poker, i bet he would have been an great opponent for viktor lol

Of course for that he must create an account and play on full titl poker, i see that now he only has account on pokerstars...
 pochui19/05/2014 10:36:52 GMT
great results there susie/alexander (i'm sure he reads this post... and every complete bullsh1t post for that matter). definitely we will see him playing at the nosebleed tables once more... for two or three days. i would take this money and invest into some real estate or business, but that's just foolish me... way more better thing is to give it all away back to those in need
 Theapple19/05/2014 11:15:13 GMT
well done Mr Smith.

yesterday i also won 2 pots of $2,4 each so thought thats worth a mention too.
 ddblt197019/05/2014 13:27:50 GMT
Although I haven´t heard the name before, I am sure, that I have seen him already somwhere.
 Heskor19/05/2014 15:41:27 GMT
Here we go again another pro takes it down and you lucky mobster who got some tickets to the scoop event i do not think you would have won as field is real tough and also buyin is huge so not sure if you can beat variance in the short term anyway always follow this tournament as it is a great one with pros and good plays!
 3pokeronly20/05/2014 03:54:43 GMT
You can not "beat" variance, good bankroll management and solid play will allow you to minimise the negative side of it, and from there further good bankroll management will allow you to bank some profit on the positive side of it and from there the world is your mollusc. Good luck all. 3P
 doubletop77720/05/2014 08:26:48 GMT
Amazing set of results for this player. To cash in one tournament takes some doing but to do it twice in tournaments of this magnitude makes him a collossus in my book.Well done again to him
 ddblt197031/05/2014 10:11:42 GMT
What a great result for this player.

Definitely a lot of luck played role there, but he had to play really good as well!
 DaCapo7131/05/2014 10:18:11 GMT
To cash in two Major Scoop Events are verry crazy and the dream of every poker Player. And a winning of 467k Buck$ are the best suckout protection for his future at the tables. Unbelievable, some player are so lucky and a million other Players win not only one time...
 ddblt197001/06/2014 11:47:59 GMT
At first I thought (because of the nickname) that some woman had been so sucessfull.

But then I have seen the photo. Big Smile

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