Two titles in one session for Jerry Odeen, Main Events start tonight with $11.5M gtd

May 29, 2022inPoker

The main news of the day is Jerry “Perrymejsen” Odeen’s epic double – a rare demonstration of a player taking two trophies in one night. SCOOP Main Events start today, punctuating the finale of the 2022 series. Here’s the latest…


TODAY’S HEADLINES

  • FutureofMe earns biggest score of night
  • Leqenden makes career fifth
  • Two titles in one night for Jerry “Perrymejsen” Odeen
  • Premove becomes double champ

BEHIND THE HEADLINES

Future is bright for FutureofMe: The Thursday Thrill concluded on Saturday night, paying out huge prizes at all tiers. In the High stakes version of the event, “FutureOfMe” from Ireland denied Brazilian Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani, who was searching for his second title of the series. FutureofMe claimed a mountain of bounties along with his first place prize, adding up to a grand total of $222,790.

Leqenden makes fifth of career: Over in the Medium version of the Thursday Thrill, “Leqenden” earned their first title of SCOOP 2022. It took four entries for the Belarus-based player to cash in, all worth it in the end when they near-doubled their overall prize in bounties, taking a total of $116,321 for first. Leqenden earned their first SCOOP title in 2013, two more in 2020, and another in 2021 – this was the fifth of their illustrious career.

Jerry “Perrymejsen” Odeen locks up two in one night

Two in one night for Jerry “Perrymejsen” Odeen: In our main news of the day, Jerry “Perrymejsen” Odeen claimed two titles in one night, an incredibly achievement by any standards. The Swedish player has gone from strength to strength in recent years. In 2021, for example, they earned two WCOOP titles and one SCOOP title, adding to what now stands at over $9.2 million in total online winnings. It had been a relatively quiet 2022 series for Odeen until Saturday’s performance. Odeen came first in the 90-H NLO8 event for $28,101, then cleared a field of 8,097 entrants in the 91-L Turbo 6-max event, breezing past a final table full of Brazilians to finish first for $11,149. That’s the fourth SCOOP title of their career.


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Team Pro watch: A few Red Spade players made final tables last night, with Mason Pye coming close again. Pye further demonstrated his Mixed Game prowess, cutting a four way deal in the 8-Game event before finishing second for $5,668. Benjamin “bencb789” Rolle had a decent run in the 84-M Thursday Thrill, coming fifth for a total of $19,611. Lex Veldhuis, still looking for his first SCOOP title, came sixth in the 88-H Deepstack for $10,602.

Mason Pye comes close again

An intense end to the evening: The final event to wrap up on Saturday was the 92: Last Player Standing, which had hyper-turbo blinds and a PKO format. An intense way to end the session, no doubt, with those tournaments reaching their end point in a matter of a few hours. Deals were struck in both the Low and Medium events to even out the top heavy payouts. Over in the High version, however, one player wanted it all. “boerni21” of Hungary took the full first place and a healthy sum of bounties for a total of $50,579, making it a third SCOOP title of their career.

Three new double champions: A few new 2022 double champions have emerged. It may have been a relatively small win for Andrei “Premove” Skortsov, but it’s one more trophy in the cabinet for the Kazakhstan based player. Premove took down the 90-L NLO8 event for $3,168, making it six SCOOP titles across his career. “XD89lol<3” of Finland also claimed a second of the series, winning the 85-H 8-Game event for $36,560. Along with Perrymejsen, they become the latest double champions of the series.

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

Three time:

  • Gabriel “pinguinho” Baleeiro
  • _sennj_
  • Ami “UhhMee” Barer
  • Ole “wizowizo” Schemion

Two time:

ArtHouse2011, Aziz.Mancha, B4NKR0LL3R, BBRS999, Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson, Vlad “dariepoker” Darie, FishOnHeater, Kelvin “kelvin_fp:ar” Kerber, leocir25, ModzillaPL, Matt “MUSTAFABET” Ashton, Mutinio, Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt, Nuthshell, Jerry ‘Perrymejsen’ Odeen, Andrei “Premove” Skortsov, James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet, XD89lol<3


TODAY’S RESULTS


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STAT TRACKER

With nearly $4 million in prizes paid out on Saturday, the overall prize pool for the festival now stands at over $67 million. Expect that number to fly up over the coming days as the Main Events kick off a huge Sunday of online poker.

Latest standings:

Entries: 914,793 (inc. 240,142 re-entries)
Prize pools: $7,397,216
First place payouts: $10,833,404 (inc. $2,174,888 in bounties)
Tournaments completed: 267
Tournaments ongoing: 3
Tournaments starting today: 18


TWEET OF THE DAY

Good to hear it. Tune in to follow Lex through the final weekend of SCOOP:


TWITCH WATCH

Lex had a deep run in the $530 Deepstack. Unfortunately, he ran like shit.


COUNTRIES LEADER BOARD

Somewhat miraculously, Brazil failed to lock up a single title on Saturday, instead settling for four second place finishes. Not that it makes too much difference. At this point, Brazil have a greater gap than the number of tournaments left on the schedule. Players from Malta earned three titles, and the UK and Ireland both took two a piece. Here’s the latest country leaderboard standings:

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


LEADER BOARD LATEST

Not too much change on the player leaderboards today. James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet moves into second place in the Medium, closing the gap on Patrick Leonard. Meanwhile, Shemion extended his lead in the High standings and Leonard still holds the top spot and a healthy lead in the Overall as we enter the last few days of SCOOP 2022.

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 – 1,555 points
2 – FONBET_RULIT, Armenia – 1,360
3 – Andrei “Premove” Skortsov, Kazakhstan – 1,350
4 – Gabriel “pinguinho” Baleeiro, Brazil – 1,340
5 – Ole “wizowizo” Schemion, Austria – 1,235

Winner receives $25,000 cash, plus trophy.

LOW

1 – Dart Serg, Belarus – 760 points
2 – ekvilibryst, Ukraine – 690
3 – rastafari898, Germany – 625
4 – andreyayo9, Canada – 605
5 – Bxrn, UK – 590

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 – 580 points
2 – James “TheDrunkLife” Whittet, Hungary – 545
3 – Fruble, Brazil – 540
4 – Kelvin “kelvin_fp:ar” Kerber, Brazil – 465
5 – bedias, Brazil – 455

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 – 845 points
2 – Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson, Sweden – 670
3 – Patrick “pads1161” Leonard, UK – 575
4 – Ami “UhhMee” Barer, Canada – 565
5 – Gabriel “pinguinho” Baleeiro, Brazil – 560

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


TODAY’S ACTION

It’s all been building to this. The SCOOP 2022 Main Events kick off tonight and run for four days, offering $11.5 million in combined guarantees. There’s also the PLO Main, the first SCOOP Women’s Only event, and plenty else running alongside. These are the events starting today:

SCOOP 93: Sunday Kickoff
Buy-ins: $5.50, $55, $530
Guarantees: $35K, $200K, $350K

SCOOP 94: Sunday Warm-Up (PKO)
Buy-ins: $22, $215, $2,100
Guarantees: $200K, $500K, $600K

SCOOP 95: NLHE Main Events
Buy-ins: $109, $1,050, $10,300
Guarantees: $2.5M, $4.5M, $5M

SCOOP 96: Women’s Event (PKO)
Buy-ins: $5.50, $22, $109
Guarantees: $3K, $10K, $25K

SCOOP 97: PLO Main Events
Buy-ins: $109, $1,050, $10,300
Guarantees: $250K, $600K, $800K

SCOOP 98: Sunday Cooldown (PKO)
Buy-ins: $11, $109, $1,050
Guarantees: $85K, $350K, $500K


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
DAY 16: Schemion wins hat-trick and more for Ashton and Mattsson
DAY 17: Moraes wins one for Red Spade, pinguinho scores hat trick

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