Viktor Blom aka Isildur1 has been absolutely dominating the PokerStars SCOOP tournaments so far. Isildur1 began this hot streak by first winning the SCOOP-02-M $215 9 max for $247,200. He beat out RaisingRay91 with AJ against Ray’s K8s to claim the title, besting out a field of 8,240 entrants in a two day event.

As if this were not enough the very next tournament Blom won as well. The SCOOP-03-H $530 six max rebuy, possibly one of the most prestige events in online poker. An event featuring the toughest six max regulars from online poker eventually ended with Isildur1 making a full house on the river with 98 against the straight flush draw of Ruxandescu. This time Blom bested a field of 486 entrants for a tidy sum of $160,000.

It’s pretty early in the SCOOP season and who knows if this sick trend will continue but as of right now Blom leads the SCOOP leader board for most money won with a total of over $411,000. Congrats to Blom and he’s certainly silenced those who believed high stakes cash players couldn’t crush tournaments as well.

A trio of winners took home first place in the seventh event of PokerStars’ Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP). This triple-tiered event featured No Limit Texas Hold’em, played in a Heads-Up format. With this most volatile of poker styles taking center stage, the action was fast, frenzied, and ferocious.

The high-stakes tournament drew 793 players, each paying $700 for their seat. This brought the total prize pool up to an enormous $531,310, a sum more than four times the event’s guarantee. Among those competing 먹튀사이트 were several members of Team PokerStars, including Victor “Isildur1” Blom, Daniel Negreanu, and Bertrand Grospellier. In the end, however, it was shurgar who took home the lion’s share of the spoils. After beating gunning4u in the finals, he took home a purse of $80,350.76. Victor Ramdin was the longest lasting pro, tallying a $7,661.49 reward for his 14th place finish.

In the mid-stakes arena, it was jotothejoe who grabbed top honors. The Australian online specialist waded through a field of 3,928 players on his way to a $31,037.47 payday. En route to the victory, he managed to knock off several prominent players, including TigerMenino, Rens02, and flexaccou. Prior to his win in this $82 buy-in event, jotothejo had posted no winnings in PokerStars’ tournament arena.

Lastly, we come to the low-stakes tier. Though the prize pool may have been smaller, the action was just as torrid. In the end, HustlaStylez made off with the final prize, snagging $8,383.70. This $7.50 buy-in event featured 16,384 players, with a total prize pool reaching $114,688. In order to capture his crown, the eventual winner needed to win fourteen straight heads-up matchups while enduring level changes every five minutes.