SCOOP-92-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event], $5M Gtd

Who Will Win $1,130,396 in the PokerStars 2021 SCOOP-92-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event]?

Dan Serban Borlan

At 7:05 p.m., nine players will return to take their seats at the final table of the PokerStars 2021 SCOOP-92-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event]. They have all secured at least t $102,085 but will all be targeting the biggest first-place prize of the series: a an amazing amount of $1,130,396. The tournament attracted 664 entries during the 24 hours of registration which created a $6,640,000 prize pool, easily crushing the original $5,000,000 guarantee.

Leading the pack with a bit of a gap is "kZhh" with 36,337,283 in chips which is worth 145 big blinds at the start of play. Following them in the chip counts is Day 2 chip leader, Dan "Dannyz0r" Borlan with 27,226,846 in chips and they're joined by Kayhan "KayhanMok" Roshanfekr with 24,481,279 in chips on the podium.

Also on the final table are David "MissOracle" Yan, Jareth "jareth3542" East, "Beowulf3182", Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph, Ka Kwan "kaju85" Lau , and "23tudy23".

SCOOP-92-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event] Final Table Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
2Dan "Dannyz0r" BorlanRomania27,226,846109
3Kayhan "KayhanMok" RoshanfekrNorway24,481,27998
4David "MissOracle" YanNew Zealand22,093,27888
5Jareth "jareth3542" EastUnited Kingdom16,244,37465
7Christian "WATnlos" RudolphGermany12,110,47248
8Ka Kwan "kaju85" LauHong Kong8,747,10435

Plan for Today

When play resumes, the nine players will finish the remainder of Level 35 which features a small blind for 125,000, and a big blind of 250,000 with a running ante of 32,500 which means that when play resumes, the average will be at 74 big blinds. The level duration is slated to remain at 30 minutes throughout and play will continue until a new SCOOP Main Event champion can be crowned.

There will be cards-up coverage on the PokerStars Twitch and YouTube streams with live commentary provided by James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton. They will be joined by special guests during the broadcast which will be on a 30-minute security delay.

PokerNews will be providing the updates right here on a similar delay so follow along with the updates from 7:35 p.m. CEST onwards to see who will be claiming these prizes which they're all still playing for: