Schemion gets his 2022 hat-trick while Mattsson and Ashton make it a double SCOOP

We’ve got more triple and double champs to tell you about after a busy Wednesday in the 2022 Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP). Here’s all the latest.

TODAY’S HEADLINES

Schemion wizzes to third 2022 title
Magnificent Mattsson takes down $10K Super Tuesday
Mixed Game masters Ashton and Strebkov win again

BEHIND THE HEADLINES

Three for Schemion

Schemion makes it three in 2022, seven overall: There has simply been no stopping Ole “wizowizo” Schemion throughout this series. The Austrian-based German crusher had already won two trophies this year, first in the $10K Super Tuesday ($202K) and then the $320 Weekend Starter ($27K). Last night he joined Ami “UhhMee” Barer and “_sennj_” in the triple winners club as Schemion added a $1K Super Tuesday (SCOOP 75-M) title to his incredible 2022 haul, good for $151,575, after outlasting 922 total entries and defeating Latvia’s “Rigapols81” heads up. Schemion has now won seven SCOOP titles throughout his career. Quite simply, he’s one of the best to ever play it. That victory puts Schemion at the top of the High leaderboard with a 190-point lead, and he’s not done yet. He’s also second in chips with 78 remaining in the $530 8-Max (SCOOP 80-H), so there’s a good chance we could be writing about him again tomorrow morning. 

Mattsson: one of online poker’s GOATs

See? C. Darwin2 wins again: Last week we told you how it was only a matter of time before Swedish legend Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson won a title in 2022, having picked up two trophies in 2021. He then did so in the $1K 4-Max PKO (SCOOP 62-H) for $41,362, including bounties. Now he’s added a second 2022 win, and this one’s a doozy. Mattsson emerged victorious in the $10K Super Tuesday High Roller (SCOOP 75-H) for $207,901, defeating an 87-entry field made up of the best players in the game. The final table included the likes of Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden, Elio “smokrokflock” Fox, Dominik “Bounatirou” Nitsche and Juan “Malaka$tyle” Pardo, but it was Austria’s Markus “playboy99999” Prinz who finished runner up for $160,667. Mattsson now has four SCOOP trophies for his mantle.

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Denis Strebkov: WCOOP’s leading light

Mixed Game masters Ashton and Strebkov win again: The UK’s Matt “MUSTAFABET” Ashton picked up his second piece of 2022 silverware last night, and his sixth overall. Ashton somehow managed to find a variant he hadn’t won in before–fixed-limit badugi–and took down the 37-entry $1K SCOOP 81-H for $16,027. That means he now has titles in HORSE, limit razz, limit stud H/L, fixed limit hold’em, razz, and FL badugi.

Elsewhere, Russia’s Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov–who now plays from Thailand–picked up his fourth-career SCOOP title and first of the year with his victory in the $1K HORSE (SCOOP 79-H). The mixed game wizard–who also holds the record for the most WCOOP titles with nine–beat a 69-entry field to win $15,762 following a heads-up deal with “Gigaloff” ($16,262). Stebkov had previously won two SCOOPs in 2013 (HORSE and FL triple draw 2-7) and another in 2018 (NLO8).

Over in the $109 version of the HORSE, Norway’s “_sennj_” came close to taking down his fourth title of 2022. They ultimately finished sixth for $1,400 on a final table that also included up-and-coming mixed game Twitch streamer Angus “BigGustago” Foster (who plays as “adrf1999”). Foster finished eighth for $800, but it was Estonia’s “Priitk” who won their first SCOOP title and $7,600.

Those double champions in full: Here is the full list of multiple champions in this year’s SCOOP so far:

Three time:

_sennj_
Ami “UhhMee” Barer
Ole “wizowizo” Schemion

Two time:

ArtHouse2011, Aziz.Mancha, Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson, Vlad “dariepoker” Darie, FishOnHeater, leocir25, ModzillaPL, Matt “MUSTAFABET” Ashton, Mutinio, Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt, Nuthshell, Gabriel “pinguinho” Baleeiro, James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet.

TODAY’S RESULTS

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STAT TRACKER

We are into the final full week of SCOOP and the Stat Tracker is still spinning up and up.

Latest standings:

Entries: 829,337 (inc. 214,292 re-entries)
Prize pools: $61,661,966
First place payouts: $9,619,698 (inc. $1,816,680 in bounties)
Tournaments completed: 237
Tournaments ongoing: 6
Tournaments starting today: 15

TWEET OF THE DAY

It’s been a break-even series so far for Twitch superstar Lex Veldhuis. The good news? There’s still time…

Alright, so far SCOOP this month:

$230k in buyins
$230k in cashes

⚖️

— Lex Veldhuis (@LexVeldhuis) May 25, 2022

TWITCH WATCH

Spraggy’s SCOOP run-bad sadly continued last night. Here’s how you know it’s time to end a stream early:

COUNTRIES LEADER BOARD

The UK had a great night last night, winning three titles and hoping to close the gap with Brazil. Unfortunately for them, Brazil also won three new ones, completely cancelling out any progress. Brazil now has 57 and, quite frankly, it’s getting ridiculous. Meanwhile, Thailand picked up their first title…thanks to Russian COOP legend Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov, who now calls the land of smiles his home.

57 titles: Brazil
19: UK
16: Germany
15: Austria
14: Canada
11: Ukraine
10: Argentina, Norway
9: Hungary
7: Sweden
6: Bulgaria, Finland, Poland
5: Montenegro
4: Estonia, Ireland, Romania
3: Andorra, Belarus, Lithuania
2: Belgium, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Japan, Latvia, Uruguay
1: Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Greece, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Peru, Slovenia, Thailand.

LEADER BOARD LATEST

There’s not much movement on the overall board to report. Patrick “pads1161” Leonard retains his strong lead, although, with his third win of the year last night, Ole “wizowizo” Schemion has broken into the top five and could pose a last-minute threat. Schemion also leads the High board.

Here are the latest top fives. Full standings are available on the main Player of the Series page.

OVERALL

Current top five:

1 – Patrick “pads1161” Leonard, UK – 1,435 points
2 – Andrei “Premove” Skortsov, Kazakhstan – 1,170
3 – FONBET_RULIT, Armenia – 1,140
4 – Gabriel “pinguinho” Baleeiro, Brazil – 1,115
=5 – Tobias “Senkel92” Leknes, Norway – 1,090
=5 – O le “wizowizo” Schemion, Austria – 1,090

Winner receives $25,000 cash, plus trophy.

LOW

1 – Dart Serg, Belarus – 695 points
2 – ekvilibryst, Ukraine – 645
3 – Bxrn, UK – 535
4 – rastafari898, Germany – 530
5 – andreyayo9, Canada – 525

Prizes: 1st – $5,000 (plus trophy); 2nd – $2,500; 3rd – $1,500; 4th – $1,000; 5th – $500; 6-10 – $300; 11-20 – $150.

MEDIUM

1 – Patrick “pads1161” Leonard, UK – 540 points
2 – Fruble, Brazil – 520
3 – James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet, Hungary – 485
4 – bedias, Brazil – 450
5 – Andrei “Premove” Skortsov, Kazakhstan – 410

Prizes: 1st – $10,000 (plus trophy); 2nd – $7,500; 3rd – $5,000; 4th – $2,500; 5th – $1,500; 6-10 – $1,000.

HIGH

1 – Ole “wizowizo” Schemion, Austria – 745 points
2 – Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson, Sweden – 555
3 – Patrick “pads1161” Leonard, UK – 550
4 – Ami “UhhMee” Barer, Canada – 540
5 – FONBET_RULIT, Armenia – 470

Prizes: 1st – $15,000 (plus trophy); 2nd – $10,000; 3rd – $5,000

TODAY’S ACTION

The Mixed Games Movement will be out in force today as both PLO8 and 8-Game events kick off. You can dabble in them both for as little as $11 and $22. Or if NLHE is your game, get yourself in the Thursday Thrills.

11.30am: SCOOP 83: 5-Card PLO8
Buy-ins: $11, $109, $1,050
Guarantees: $20K, $40K, $85K

12.30pm: SCOOP 84: NLHE PKO Thursday Thrill
Buy-ins: $55, $530, $5,200
Guarantees: $400K, $750K, $650K

1.30pm: SCOOP 85: 8-Game
Buy-ins: $22, $215, $2,100
Guarantees: $25K, $50K, $100K

3.05pm: SCOOP 86: NLHE 6-Max
Buy-ins: $33, $215, $1,050
Guarantees: $80K, $175K, $200K

4:30pm: SCOOP 87: NLHE 7-Max Turbo PKO
Buy-ins: $11, $109, $1,050
Guarantees: $100K, $250K, $300K

PREVIOUS SCOOP 2022 REPORTS

DAY 1: Lex and Spraggy into the groove
DAY 2: Gusma goes 1-2 as Brazilians win five
DAY 3: Glaser hits seven for SCOOP
DAY 4: Schemion whizzes to fifth title
DAY 5: Oliver wins title, Spraggy’s near miss
DAY 6: Barer at the double as Pye final-tables twice
DAY 7: Baleeiro at the double and more for Frank
DAY 8: Hat-trick for Fintan Hand!
DAY 9: Colillas wins first SCOOP as Leonard tops leader board
DAY 10: Selouan adds SCOOP $25K to Prague title
DAY 11: Ashton and Fox victorious, Lex makes $10K FT
DAY 12: Schemion makes it six and more for Dimov and Mattsson
DAY 13: Montenegrin maestro strikes again
DAY 14: Barer completes SCOOP 2022 hat-trick
DAY 15: _sennj_ hits three on night of Norway

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