SCOOP 2020 Day 13: Andras "probirs" Nemeth Leads 25K High Roller

Andras "probirs" Nemeth Chip Leader 25K SCOOP2020

Even with thirteen days now behind us, there's no slowing in sight as the gigantic PokerStars 2020 Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) crowned yet another fifteen winners on Tuesday night. In addition, the $25,000 Super High Roller, the biggest buy-in of the series, kicked off with the elite duking it out on the virtual felt.

Who won the big money? Check it out in today's SCOOP recap!

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Andras "probirs" Nemeth Leads Ten Players in SCOOP-52-H: $25,000 NLHE [8-Max, Super High Roller]

A hectic day filled with loads of high stakes and high-level poker, Day 1 of the PokerStars 2020 SCOOP-52-H: $25,000 Super High Roller has come to an end with 10 players making it through to Day 2. The tournament attracted 59 unique players who reentered a total of 30 times to create a prize pool of $2,182,725 and 11 players getting paid.

Taking the chip lead to Day 2 is Andras "probirs" Nemeth with 6,061,664 in chips. Nemeth is no stranger to the high roller tournaments, claiming several wins in the live and online arenas. He did need two bullets though but got a bunch of his chips when he eliminated Pavel "silentm0de" Plesuv first, then Ryhor "Grisha1983" Karapanau just before the bubble, and Timothy "Tim0thee" Adams on the bubble. Adams got paid though as Pauli "fiilismies" Ayras busted just before him when he ran his short stack into the ace-ten of Ole "wizowizo" Schemion while holding queen-jack.

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Second in the counts is Talal "raidalot" Shakerchi who won a big pot against Nemeth during the bubble where he flopped a Broadway and a few more well-timed bets gave him 3,225,908 in the end. Completing the top three is Schemion with 2,560,483. But as expected the players making it through are some of the best and well-known players in the world.

Chun Lei "SamRostan" Zhou (2,044,930), Joao "Naza114" Vieira (2,042,144), Ben "Sauce123" Sulsky (2,018,569), Vyacheslav "VbV1990" Buldygin (1,249,913), Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz (1,170,863), Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer (1,038,224), and Samuel "€urop€an" Vousden (837,302) have all made it through.

Ole Schemion
Ole "wizowizo" Schemion is third in chips after Day 1

Day 13 Results

No fewer than 15 winners were crowned on Tuesday night. Let's take a look at who was among the latest SCOOP-champions.

SCOOP 48-L: $5.50 NLHE

Prize Pool$156,496
Winnervuksan1 (Canada)
First-place prize$14,089

SCOOP 48-M: $55 NLHE

Prize Pool$600,000
Winnerlevel1pro (South Korea)
First-place prize$78,019

"molda79" wins over $140K in SCOOP 48-H: $530 NLHE

Prize Pool$942,000

A big event from Monday night reached it's conclusion yesterday as a bumper field of 1,884 in SCOOP 48-H: $530 NLHE got down to one. "molda79" of Canada was the last man standing and received $141,607 for his victory. French pro Alexandre "ReWARds84" finished in second for $100,941, while Steven "SvZff" van Zadelhoff finished in fourth place.

2Alexandre "ReWARds84" ReardFrance$100,941
4Steven "SvZff" van ZadelhoffNetherlands$51,292
6Prof. HitmanNetherlands$26,063

SCOOP 49-L: $11 Stud

Prize Pool$25,970
Winnerfff888899 (China)
First-place prize$4,417

SCOOP 49-M: $109 Stud

Prize Pool$53,900
WinnerVervaetmans (Belgium)
First-place prize$7,538

SCOOP 49-H: $1,050 Stud

Prize Pool$95,000
WinnerOK1OK2 (China)
First-place prize$25,888

SCOOP 50-L: $5.50 NLHE [4-Max, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$95,000
WinnerOK1OK2 (China)
First-place prize$25,888

SCOOP 50-M: $55 NLHE [4-Max, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$403,800
Winnersabulltrip (United Kingdom)
First-place prize$33,698

SCOOP 50-H: $530 NLHE [4-Max, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$481,500
WinnerJonas "Tulkaz" Klaussen (Denmark)
First-place prize$62,786

SCOOP 51-L: $11 NL 2-7 Single Draw

Prize Pool$25,000
Winnerfifedra (Czech Republic)
First-place prize$3,153

SCOOP 51-M: $109 NL 2-7 Single Draw

Prize Pool$40,400
Winnercartoon2387 (Lebanon)
First-place prize$8,282

Mike "SirWatts" Watson Wins in SCOOP 51-H: $1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw

Mike Watson and Gerard Pique
Mike Watson and Gerard Pique at last year's EPT Barcelona
Prize Pool$84,000

Online legend and mixed-game specialist Mike "SirWatts" Watson added his fourth SCOOP-title last night by conquering an 84-player field in SCOOP 51-H: $1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw. Watson (36), from St. John's, Canada, received $22,050 for his victory. With the title, Watson is now tied at four trophies with fellow Canadian Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah.

Another high-stakes icon, Alexander "joiso" Kostrytsin, finished runner-up to Watson, while Luke "lb6121" Schwartz had yet another close call, ending up in third. Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira kept his massive run this SCOOP going and added another table by finishing in fifth place.

1Mike "SirWatts" WatsonCanada$22,050
2Alexander "joiso" KostrytsinRussia$15,330
3Luke "lb6121" SchwartzUnited Kingdom$10,500
5Rui "RuiNF" FerreiraPortugal$5,670

SCOOP 55-L: $5.50 NLHE [Turbo, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$95,432
WinnerAAlino4ka (Russia)
First-place prize$6,456

SCOOP 55-M: $55 NLHE [Turbo, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$389,700
WinnerFelipe_mla$ (Brazil)
First-place prize$36,216

SCOOP 56-H: $530 NLHE [Turbo, Progressive KO]

Prize Pool$533,000
WinnerPOKERPRO2.0 (Germany)
First-place prize$73,902

In-Play Events

SCOOP 52-L: $215 NLHE

Players left151
Prize Pool$808,200
Chip leadernikolaaa1234 (Bulgaria)
First-place prize$115,533

SCOOP 52-M: $2,100 NLHE

Players left25
Prize Pool$880,000
Chip leaderSergi "srxakgirona" Reixach (Spain)
First-place prize$157,735

SCOOP 53-L: $22 PLO8 [6-Max]

Players left88
Prize Pool$85,060
Chip leaderJeffray73 (Belgium)
First-place prize$12,144

SCOOP 53-M: $215 PLO8 [6-Max]

Players left42
Prize Pool$151,000
Chip leaderadmiralph (Belgium)
First-place prize$25,649

SCOOP 53-H: $2,100 PLO8 [6-Max]

Players left14
Prize Pool$234,000
Chip leaderPatrick "pads1161" Leonard (United Kingdom)
First-place prize$52,606

UK crusher Patrick "pads1161" Leonard is leading 14 players after Day 1 in SCOOP 53-H: $2,100 PLO8 [6-Max]. Leonard fared well on his second bullet to end up with the overnight chip lead. All players are guaranteed at least $4,830 for their efforts, while $52,606 is up for grabs on Wednesday night.

Yuri "theNERDguy" Martins, Thomas "WushuTM" Muehloecker and PLO8-specialist Bjorn "bokkie87" Verbakel are also on to Day 2.

SCOOP 54-L: $11 NLHE

Players left593
Prize Pool$150,000
Chip leadermoquish (Canada)
First-place prize$17,205

SCOOP 54-M: $109 NLHE

Players left525
Prize Pool$377,700
Chip leaderkobill (Greece)
First-place prize$54,070

SCOOP 54-H: $1,050 NLHE

Players left71
Prize Pool$609,000
Chip leaderJoris "BillLewinsky" Ruijs (Netherlands)
First-place prize$107,504

Events Scheduled on May 13

Another mouth-watering schedule awaits on Wednesday with millions in guarantees up for grabs. The 25K High Roller will also play down to it's champion, with PokerNews live coverage right on top of it.

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Time (GMT)Time (EDT)Buy-inNameGuarantee
16:1512:15$11SCOOP 56-L HORSE$30,000
16:1512:15$109SCOOP 56-M HORSE$60,000
16:1512:15$1,050SCOOP 56-H HORSE$80,000
17:0013:00$55SCOOP 57-L NLHE$500,000
17:0013:00$530SCOOP 57-M NLHE$870,000
17:0013:00$5,200SCOOP 57-H NLHE$1,000,000
18:1514:15$22SCOOP 58-L NLHE Heads-Up$40,000
18:1514:15$215SCOOP 58-M NLHE Heads-Up$100,000
18:1514:15$2,100SCOOP 58-H NLHE Heads-Up$200,000
19:3015:30$11SCOOP 59-L NLHE, Progressive KO$85,000
19:3015:30$109SCOOP 59-M NLHE, Progressive KO$350,000
19:3015:30$1,050SCOOP 59-H NLHE, Progressive KO$350,000
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