The 2023 PokerStars SCOOP Main Event Final Tables Are Set; Who Will Become a Millionaire?

2023 SCOOP

It is crunch time for the remaining players in the PokerStars Spring Championship Of Online Poker (SCOOP) Main Events because the $109, $1,050, and $10,300 buy-in tournaments are down to their final tables. The fourth and final days take place on May 31, with the champion of the $10,300 SCOOP Main Event becoming a millionaire thanks to the $1,036,199 top prize.

Lithuania's "Deiv4za" is the player in pole position going into the final table of the $10,300 SCOOP Main Event, although a Lithuanian victory is far from a foregone conclusion because their chip advantage is slight.

"Deiv4za" returns to the action armed with 28,115,781 chips, with Daniel "DaniC1994 Custodio in second place with 25,790,336 chips, and the Hungarian high-stakes genius Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas third with 24,865,780 betting tokens at his disposal.

Others to look out for in the PokerNews live reporting coverage include Felipe "lipe piv" Boianovsky (19,273,800), Paulo "paulinhoo00" Brombin (13,798,258). "hello_totti" (9,104,876), and the dangerous Estonian "DingeBrinker" (8,120,966).

Each of the nine finalists is guaranteed no less than $100,011 for their efforts, but with an eye-popping $1,036,200 up top, nobody will want to claim the lesser amount.

PokerNews' coverage begins at 1:00 p.m. ET on May 31 and continues until a champion is crowned. We cannot wait to discover who that millionaire champ will be.

SCOOP 108-H: $10,300 Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

2Daniel "DaniC19941893" CustodioPortugal25,790,336
3Laszlo "omaha4rollz" BujtasHungary24,865,780
4Felipe "lipe piv" BoianovskyBrazil19,273,800
5Paulo "paulinhoo00" BrombinBrazil13,798,258

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Delgado Holds a Commanding Lead in the $1,050 SCOOP Main Event

Vicente Delgado
Vicente Delgado

Nothing in poker is certain, and countless players have been left with egg on their faces after counting their chickens before they'd hatched, but it would be fair to assume that the $1,050 SCOOP Main Event is Vicente "vicenfish" Delgado's to lose.

The Andorra-based Spaniard returns to the fray with 117,395,896 chips worth 147 big blinds, a stack double the size of any of the eight other finalists! Delgado finds himself in an incredible spot and has one hand on the title and the $600,639 payout that accompanies it.

The three players below the lofty Delgado are separated by a solitary big blind! "bombon73" (59,444,107), "rolandinjo" (58,912,234), and "Bretera" (58,061,369) are so tightly packed that a single blind steal could see one leapfrog the other.

Switzerland's "FAPTOBblY_BACK" is the only finalist in immediate danger at the restart because their 4,732,736 stack is the equivalent of a mere six big blinds.

Play resumes at 12:30 p.m. ET on May 31, and PokerNews will bring you full coverage until Delgado or someone else banks that massive $600,639 top prize.

SCOOP 108-M: $1,050 Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Vicente "vicenfish" DelgadoAndorra117,395,896147
6Gabriel "aaurelio" MouraBrazil37,921,75047
72ndOnly2GodUnited Kingdom23,319,65629

Will Delgado press home his huge chip advantage? Find out here!

"PokerHorst" in Pole Position in the $109 SCOOP Main Event

It has been one hell of a grind for players in the $109 SCOOP Main Event. Some 22,663 PokerStars players entered the tournament with high hopes, but only nine of them still have chips in their possession.

Malta's "PokerHorst" is the player to catch going into Day 4; they are one of two players with nine-figure stacks. "PokerHorst" leads courtesy of their 115,519,128 stack, closely followed by "Sodaski" of Ukraine, whose arsenal contains 105,717,836 chips.

Having smashed the $2 million guarantee by $266,300, this event's final table awards no less than $15,503, which is quite ridiculous when one considers the tournament only cost $109 to enter. Anyone finishing in the top three pads their bankroll with at least $118,171, while the $109 SCOOP Main Event champion captures a $232,581 score.

PokerNews' coverage of this event resumes at 12:30 p.m. ET on May 31, so join us then for all of the action as it happens.

SCOOP 108-L: $109 Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

4Matheus "bolonhax" FreitasBrazil78,524,836
6Daniel "dani aziz" AzizBrazil36,311,248
7"BluffyRabbit"United Kingdom25,885,329

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