Day 2 Completed
|Blinds||600,000 / 1,200,000|
Day 2 Completed
Portuguese Pro Joao "Naza114" Vieira Adds Fourth SCOOP Title from SCOOP-33-M: $1,050 Thursday Thrill
No stranger to success, Joao "Naza114" Vieira managed to overcome a field of 1,350 entries and add another Spring Championship of Online Poker title on his online resume, the fourth one, after winning 2020 PokerStars SCOOP-33-M: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, PKO, Thursday Thrill].
This was by far his biggest SCOOP cash, with the first place finish awarding him with $97,223 in bounty prizes and $89,119 in cash prizes, for a total amount of $186,342. Vieira entered the final table in the second place of the chipcounts and managed to turn it into an amazing performance that ended with a SCOOP title and a big six-digit cash.
Final Result 2020 SCOOP Event 33-M: $1,050 Thursday Thrill
|Place||Winner||Country||Bounty Prize (in USD)||Cash Prize (in USD)||Total Prize (in USD)|
|1||Joao "Naza114" Vieira||Portugal||$97,223||$89,119||$186,342|
|3||Gleb "Ti0373" Tremzin||Russia||$14,119||$52,928||$67,047|
|6||David "MissOracle" Yan||New Zealand||$15,590||$19,206||$34,796|
The Fall of the Notables
The final day started with rapid eliminations as the 82 finalists of Day 2 were already in the money and were trying to establish their positions for a deep run in the event. Among those that busted early were Dietrich "2pacnrw16" Fast, Henri "buehlero" Buehler, Thomas "WushuTM" Muehloecker, Stefan "CrAzY_sTeFaN" Piele Dragos, and Andras "probirs" Nemeth.
Pascal "Pass_72" Lefrancois, Scott "Aggro Santos" Margereson and Julian "HealTheWorld" Thomas managed to last longer but they busted too, before the last two tables. When there were 16 players left, it was Gleb "Ti0373" Tremzin who had the chip lead and also it was when Vieira started his attack to the top spot of the counts. On the road to achieve it, he eliminated "TTWIST" who was Day 1's chipleader, and the elimination of "heatbr" in 10th place by "normannolly" was the one that sent the remaining players to the official final table.
Final Table Action
The three players that finished in the top three places of the event were the ones that had the top three spots of the counts when the final table started. Tremzin had the lead, while Vieira and "Kurtkaare" were very close in second and third place, respectively.
The action was fast in the beginning as there were two eliminations in the first five hands of the final table. Firstly, it was "1EP3" who fell from the hands of Vieira and then "S.N.I.N.1" followed him, after busting to Tremzin.
Tremzin was dominating at this point and it looked like he will cruise to the first place of the event. There was a hand that changed everything in favor of Vieira, and it was when Tremzin shoved with a 51-million stack from the button, while Vieira was in the small blind with less than 16 million chips. At that point, two players had a little bit more than twenty million chips and the rest had less than ten million stacks. Vieira tanked for a long time but finally called with a pair of sevens to hold and double up against Tremzin's ten-seven off.
Tremzin also lost the very next hand, where he doubled David "MissOracle" Yan and suddenly he was found in the bottom places of the seven-handed play.
"Kurtkaare" eliminated "disquesi!" and "JoeGall", while Vieira took care of Yan, "normannolly" and eventually Tremzin in third place, to send the tournament to the heads-up.
The final duel didn't last for long since Vieira had a commanding 4-to-1 chip lead, which became 5-to-1 before he won with king-nine versus queen-eight in a preflop all in in the last hand.
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Joao "Naza114" Vieira limped and "Kurtkaare" shoved his last eleven big blinds with Vieira calling quickly.
Joao "Naza114" Vieira:
"Kurtkaare" was in danger and he needed to win this hand, in order to stay alive and hunt the title of the event. The board ran out and Vieira held his lead to sent "Kurtkaare" to the rail for $19,947 in bounty prizes and $89,119 in cash prizes for his second place finish.
Here the event is wrapped and a recap of the day will follow shortly.
|Joao "Naza114" Vieira||135,000,000||18,828,505|
Joao "Naza114" Vieira has a big lead in the heads and it got even bigger after the last hand. Vieira limped from the small blind and "Kurtkaare" checked with the coming on the flop.
Both players checked and the came on the turn, with two more checks.
The completed the board on the river and "Kurtkaare" checked for the third time, but called when Vieira bet 1,809,000. Vieira opened for a rivered flush and "Kurtkaare" mucked.
|Joao "Naza114" Vieira||116,171,495||13,325,500|
Gleb "Ti0373" Tremzin was short-stacked for a long time and laddered up a couple of spots, but his last hand came when the play was three-handed. Tremzin was on the button and raised half his stack with seven big blinds total, only to call for the rest of his chips after Joao "Naza114" Vieira shoved from the small blind.
Gleb "Ti0373" Tremzin:
Joao "Naza114" Vieira:
The board came and both players found two pair but Vieira's was better, and Tremzin collected $14,119 in bounty prizes and $52,928 in cash prizes for his third place finish.
|Joao "Naza114" Vieira||102,845,995||39,277,642|
|Gleb "Ti0373" Tremzin||Busted|
The three-handed final table is on another five-minute break.
The next player to hit the rail is Ukrainian "normannolly" who shoved 11,716,948 from the small blind after Joao "Naza114" Vieira opened from the cutoff. The latter called and they went to showdown.
Joao "Naza114" Vieira:
The board came and "normannolly" received $12,918 in bounty prizes and $37,762 in cash prizes for his efforts.
|Joao "Naza114" Vieira||63,568,353||15,139,948|
"JoeGall" is having an amazing SCOOP so far and just a few days after his second place in Event 10-H: $1,050 NLHE [PKO], he managed to add a fifth place in another big event. In his last hand he was on the button and called all in after "Kurtkaare" shoved from the cutoff.
The board came and "Kurtkaare" hit a flush on the river to send his opponent to the rail in fifth place, for $6,391 in bounty prizes and $26,927 in cash prizes.