Studart Leads Final Table of SCOOP-93-H: $10,300 PLO [6-Max, PLO Main Event], $1.25M Gtd
Twenty-one players went to bed with chips after Day 1 of the 2021 PokerStars SCOOP-93-H: $10,300 PLO [6-Max, PLO Main Event], $1.25M Gtd, but by the time play began on Day 2, twenty-four more names joined those ranks, building an overall prize pool of $1,350,000 between 134 entrants. After a roller coaster six-hour day, the final table of seven is set, with Joao "vovo_leo" Studart and a stack of 7,039,639 leading the pack.
Studart spent the majority of the day wiping players from the tournament, including the elimination of "pkr_falk" on the bubble. Studart also was able to dispatch "Johan5390", Alexey "LuckyGump" Makarov and "rObetOblancO" once the money was reached, and used those chips to fuel his way to the overnight chip lead.
"LamassuShedu" sits in second, while Canadian pro and two-time WSOP Bracelet winner Mark "AceSpades11" Radoja, who was one of the twenty-four max late registrants, is in third. "TheBrodie5", Andreas "Skjervoy" Torbergsen, Ka Kwan "kaju85" Lau and "terror777727" round out the final table of seven.
SCOOP-93-H: $10,300 PLO [6-Max, PLO Main Event], $1.25M Gtd Final Table Chip Counts
|Rank||Player||Chip Count||Country||Big Blinds|
|1||Joao "vovo_leo" Studart||7,039,639||Brazil||88|
|3||Mark "AceSpades11" Radoja||5,850,197||Canada||73|
|5||Andreas "Skjervoy" Torbergsen||3,848,312||Norway||48|
|6||Ka Kwan "kaju85" Lau||3,401,360||Andorra||43|
Day 3 Plan
The final seven players have already locked up $59,046.16, but the goal is the SCOOP title and the $281,269.15 top prize. The final table will resume on Tuesday, April 27th at 1:05 p.m. EST, and finish the final few minutes of Level 27 (40,000/80,000). Levels will remain 30 minutes in length for the final table.
The tournament will be featured on the PokerStars Twitch Channel, as cards-up commentary with James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton will come your way with a 30-minute security delay.
PokerNews will be following the action tomorrow as well, while on the same 30-minute security delay. Be sure to tune in tomorrow to see who takes down the biggest PLO tournament on the 2021 SCOOP schedule!