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PokerStars SCOOP: Brief Main Event (Low, Medium & High) Recaps

Tags: 2014 SCOOP, Ari BodogAri Engel, Ivan vandir4rek Soshnikov, LexaLucky666, Zimnan Zimmy86 Ziyard.
Posted on 20 May 2014 by "T".

It's all over, folks! After two intensive weeks of tournament poker, the 2014 Spring Championship of Online Poker came to a close early this morning once all three two-day Main Events (Low, Medium and High) had found their winners.

Ari The cheapest Main Event, Low - $109 buy-in, saw 21,545 entries creating a $2,154,500 prize pool (more than a million over the guarantee). 2,700 players received a slice of the cake and Ari "BodogAri" Engel laid hands on the $187,699.27 first-place prize after a four-way deal had been made.

1. Ari "BodogAri" Engel $187,669.27*
2. jeppinho (Sweden) $136,418.37*
3. MAKKAPAKK (United Kingdom) $172,207.27*
4. MoscowNo1 (Russia) $117,442.65*
5. camikater (Germany) $75,407.50
6. vlaviusz (Romania) $53,862.50
7. sksjohny (Czech Republic) $32,317.50
8. capinhabr (Brazil) $19,390.50
9. Didcot4 (United Kingdom) $12,927.00

*= reflects the results of a four-way deal that left $20,000 in play for the winner


Zimnan 'Zimmy86' Ziyard4,047 players registered for the $1,050 buy-in Main Event (Medium) and created a $4,047,000 prize pool, which doubled the original $2m guarantee. At the end of it all, ‘LexaLucky666' (from Belarus) ended up winning the tournament after defeating 2011 EPT Loutraki champion and WCOOP bracelet winner Zimnan ‘Zimmy86' Ziyard (picture) heads-up. Believe it or not but no deal was made on this final table (not that common these days in big online tournaments), so LexaLucky666 got about $160k more than Ziyard who finished runner-up.

1. LexaLucky666 (Belarus) $635,379.00
2. Zimnan 'Zimmy86' Ziyard $473,499.00
3. marek_heinz (Czech Republic) $333,877.50
4. seonkett1 (Germany) $232,702.50
5. Four-7-Kevin (United Kingdom) $171,997.50
6. €urop€an (Finland) $131,527.50
7. seonkett1 (Germany) $91,057.50
8. Andr the gun (Lithuania) $50,587.50
9. 1337Gambl0r (Austria) $32,376.00

Ivan The High buy-in version of this year's SCOOP Main Event was won by Ivan "vandir4rek" Soshnikov of Russia. Soshnikov, winner of EPT Prague High Roller in 2013, overcame a field of 657 to lay hands on $1,048,000 - the only 7-figure score at the 2014 SCOOP! In total, he made the money 18 times over the last two weeks including 3 final tables!

1. Ivan "vandir4rek" Soshnikov (Russia) $1,048,000.00*
2. Peter "Se7enTr3y" Akery (United Kingdom) $860,000.00*
3. Better C4ll (United Kingdom) $890.820.00*
4. Martin "M.nosbocaJ" Jacobson (United Kingdom) $499,320.00
5. Phill "Grindation" Mcallister (United Kingdom) $350,838.00
6. Ben "NeverScaredB" Wilinofsky (Canada) $279,225.00
7. VVVILELAAA (Brazil) $213,525.00
8. Santiago "sanpri" Nadal (Mexico) $147,825.00
9. sat1337en (Sweden) $98,555.00

*= reflects the results of a three-way deal that left $60,000 in play for the winner

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5 comments on "PokerStars SCOOP: Brief Main Event (Low, Medium & High) Recaps "

 doubletop77721/05/2014 09:02:07 GMT
Some mind boggling results here.Very impressive set of results by Ivan Soshnikov who cashed for an amazing eighteen times and made three final tables, what a two weeks this guy had!!
 Macubaas21/05/2014 11:20:35 GMT
I also think i saw his name couple of times, it were two crazy weeks but the payday is really good too Big Smile

I see that most top places are players from russia or belarus, and the other places mainly from uk, canada and nordic european countries.
 Heskor21/05/2014 14:39:55 GMT
Yeah congratulations to the winners and thsoe who cashed near the final table lots of huge money 5 figures for a 9 place is good for me, i would have being set for a few years if i ever cash this amount. Good players and there is a seven figure winners and we could only dream to win that amount. Though tax will kill him? Big Smile
 teddybears7321/05/2014 20:58:51 GMT
Wow 3 final tables and cashed 18 times,that's some going i would say,he must be some player to do that. Wish it was me. Big Smile
 ddblt197022/05/2014 07:24:47 GMT
Amazing prizes!

But extremely big fields...

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