Dia 1 Terminado
Dia 1 Terminado
After almost nine hours, Day 1 of the PokerStars SCOOP 85-H: $1,050 PKO Thursday Thrill SE has come to an end with 61 players out of 1,047 entries making it through to Day 2. The tournament was part of the extended schedule and is one of the ones with a whopping $1,000,000 guarantee and surpassed this as all those entries created a prize pool of $1,047,000. Out of all those players, 127 players would cash for at least 41,11 (excluding any bounties they have earned). The winner will eventually walk away with $73,597 and the bounties they have collected on the way to victory including their own.
Claiming the Day 1 chip lead is Rui "sousinha23" Sousa who hails from Portugal but resides in Croatia. He finished the day with an incredible 8,974,565 chips which is more than double than what the second place currently has. He earned most of those chips when he scooped a huge double-up through Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz who had been chip leading the tournament for most of the day. Piekazewicz had rivered a flush when she called Sousa's shove who had turned the full house.
Sousa is followed in the counts by "G A W" (4,004,932), "Neyko348" (3,510,006), "DaanOss" (3,390,550), and Jamie "Ship It 2010" O'Connor with 3,384,432. But there are many more notable names to pick in the list of players to keep an eye on. Players like Jakob "Succeeed" Miegel, Kyriakos "9cream4" Papadopoulos, Mike "gorodski" Gorodinsky, Luke "Bit2Easy" Reeves, Scott "D_DIGGLER99" Hill, Nick “justnl2” Lampropoulos, and Pete “psxfrcndhe" Chen are just some of the more familiar names and faces left in the field.
Mateusz "KeyserMM" Moolhuizen was responsible for bursting the bubble when he took out "juswhackit and then all the eliminations starting flying in. Moolhuizen himself also failed to make it through to Day 2. Piekazewicz busted as the last player of the day and cashed for $1,805 plus $6,406 in bounties. Other notable names to have cashed today include Eder "edercampana" Campana, Michael "Skämmes" Tureniec, Ivan "Negriin" Luca, Calvin "cal42688" Anderson, Jareth "jareth3542" East, Oliver "sk2ll_m0dR" Weis, Ryhor "Grisha1983" Karapanau, Jonathan "Corback_fr" Therme, Shawn "buck21" Buchanan and Kevin "torino2000" Killeen for example.
When the players return at 1 p.m. EST on Friday, May 22, they will finish the last seven minutes of Level 24 which features a small blind of 17,500, big blind of 35,000, and a running ante of 4,500. Play will continue until a new SCOOP champion has been found and PokerNews will be there for it all so make sure to return to follow along.
|Rui "sousinha23" Sousa||8,974,565||2,442,551|
|G A W||4,004,932||4,004,932|
|Jamie "Ship It 2010" O'Connor||3,384,432||-465,096|
|Felipe "Fepoker20" Meister||2,871,875||-36,313|
|Evan "PURPLE"K"99" Parkes||2,392,493||2,392,493|
|Manuel "BigFudge95" Fritz||2,256,551||-423,725|
|German "germaxi" Christiansen||2,214,415||-480,765|
|Peter "pitaoufmg" Patrício||2,135,372||317,000|
|Tudor "tdr01" Lazar||2,074,487||-727,920|
|Jakob "Succeeed" Miegel||1,728,093||527,075|
|Victor "VICTOR TXR1" Teixeira||1,719,510||1,719,510|
The tournament has ended with around seven minutes left in Level 24 and 61 players making it through to Day 2.
The chip counts and a recap are to follow.
Just before the last level ended, German "germaxi" Christiansen raised to 60,000 from the early position and Mike "gorodski" Gorodinsky called from the hijack. The action folded to Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz in the small blind who three-bet to 330,000, keeping 11,424 behind. The big blind folded and Christiansen shoved with the biggest stack for Gorodinsky to call for the 858,515 he had behind and Piekazewicz for the remainder of her stack.
Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz:
Mike "gorodski" Gorodinsky:
German "germaxi" Christiansen:
The board ran out for Gorodinsky to hold and bust Piekazewicz while earning a full double through Christiansen.
|German "germaxi" Christiansen||2,695,180||1,138,300|
|Mike "gorodski" Gorodinsky||2,118,454||2,118,454|
|Luke "Bit2Easy" Reeves||1,479,199||842,256|
|Jakob "Succeeed" Miegel||1,201,018||-365,933|
|Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz||Eliminado|
Kevin "torino2000" Killeen raised to 66,000 from the cutoff and "L1VeYRdrEamS" three-bet to 185,000 on the button. The action folded back to Killeen who shoved for 1,127,850 and was called.
Kevin "torino2000" Killeen:
The board ran out for "L1VeYRdrEamS" to hold with the higher pocket pair to eliminate Killeen.
|Jamie "Ship It 2010" O'Connor||3,849,528||144,438|
|Peter "pitaoufmg" Patrício||1,818,372||695,259|
|Kevin "torino2000" Killeen||Eliminado|
"Neyko348" raised to 69,000 from the middle position and was called by both "JOKERATOR" and "Relthor1301" in the blinds.
The flop came , it was checked to "Neyko348" who continued with a bet of 118,500 which only "JOKERATOR" called.
The turn brought them the . "Neyko348" continued with a bet of 237,000 which "JOKERATOR" check-called.
The river completed the board with the and "JOKERATOR" checked for the last time. "Neyko348" shoved and "JOKERATOR" called for the 850,057 they had behind with for the flush but "Neyko348" held for the turned full house to eliminate them.
In one of the last hands of the previous level, Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz raised to 50,000 from the early position and the action folded to Rui "sousinha23" Sousa in the big blind who called.
The flop came , Sousa check-called the 91,410 continuation-bet of Piekazewicz.
The turn brought them the and Sousa took over the initiative and led out for 102,840 which Piekazewicz called.
The river completed the board with the , Sousa continued with a bet of 198,280 and Piekazewicz raised it up to 1,075,000 for Sousa to shove for 3,002,507 which Piekazewicz called with for the flush but Sousa held for the turned full house to double up and take the chip lead.
|Rui "sousinha23" Sousa||6,532,014||3,278,757|
|Alisson "heyalisson" Piekazewicz||1,981,549||-3,270,257|
|Michael "blazinchron" Bailey||Eliminado|