Day 2 Completed
|Blinds||150,000 / 300,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
A little less than six hours were needed for Day 2 of the PokerStars 2020 Spring Championship of Online Poker 97-H: $5,200 PLO [6-Max, Main Event 2nd Chance] to reach a conclusion and it was Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling who managed to emerge victorious for $169,239. He defeated "zumbapoker" heads-up in a battle that lasted almost an hour, while the Finnish player won $128,814 for his efforts.
The tournament had 167 total entries, with the prize pool reaching $835,000 and Pantling managed to defeat a difficult final table with players like Noah "Exclusive" Boeken, Chun Lei "SamRostan" Zhou, Konstantin "krakukra" Maslak, and Espen "locomi" Myrmo.
PokerStars SCOOP-97-H Final Table Results
|1||Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||Canada||$169,239|
|3||Noah "Exclusive" Boeken||Netherlands||$98,045|
|4||Chun Lei "SamRostan" Zhou||Macau||$74,625|
|5||Konstantin "krakukra" Maslak||Russia||$56,800|
|7||Espen "locomi" Myrmo||Norway||$35,061|
A Slow Start
Day 2 started with 21 players and only 19 of them were about to get paid, meaning that the first two eliminations would have to depart from the field empty-handed. The first elimination was quick, with Joao "vovo_leo" Studart busting after ten minutes of play, but the money bubble lasted for almost an hour. At last, "colladito" was the bubble boy, after losing his chips against "zumbapoker" with the latter hitting a set of kings on the flop to hold and eliminate his opponent.
The Action Until the Final Table
Things escalated quickly and players reached the final table of seven players in less than another hour of play. Meanwhile, Joao "Naza114" Vieira, Jean-Francois "bmwmcoupe" Talbot, and Andras "probirs" Nemeth were among the players who were eliminated before the final table but in the money.
"Argentin_GOd" was the player that sent the field to the last seven players standing, after eliminating "at0216" on the final table bubble. The chips went in the middle on the flop and "Argentin_GOd" held with his top pair, while "at0216" was chasing a straight that was never meant to be completed.
Seven Finalists to the Winner
Starting the final table with the chip lead was Boeken who turned this lead into a third place finish for $98,045. Pantling made his attack when he eliminated "Argentin_GOd" in a huge pot for more than 110 big blinds at that moment. Pantling hit a set on the flop and called his opponent's shove on the turn who had an overpair and a gutshot that never got there.
After that spot, Pantling held his lead until the heads-up, but "zumbapoker" took care of the field, eliminating Zhou in fourth place and Boeken in third place.
Heads-up play was a tough battle with the lead changing hands several times, but Pantling was the eventual winner after he won a big pot with a turned set that "zumbapoker" paid for three streets, and then held with a top pair of kings with an ace kicker, against the same top pair but with a queen kicker.
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Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling raised to 900,000 from the button and "zumbapoker" called.
The first three community cards were and "zumbapoker" check-shoved for 2,542,010 after Pantling bet 1,800,000. Pantling called and they went to showdown.
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling:
The on the turn didn't "zumbapoker", neither the on the river and he will have to compromise with a second place and a $128,814 payday.
A full recap of the day will follow shortly.
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||41,750,000||2,992,010|
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling minraised from the button and "zumbapoker" called with the flop coming . Pantling bet 774,784 and "zumbapoker" check-called.
The turn was the and Pantling bet 2,124,848 with "zumbapoker" check-calling once again.
The came on the river and Pantling bet 5,848,484, making "zumbapoker" continue with another check-call. Pantling showed for a flopped two pair that improved to a set on the turn and "zumbapoker" mucked his cards.
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||38,757,990||7,012,384|
"zumbapoker" managed to double up after many lost pots that gave a big lead to Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling. "zumbapoker" raised to 900,000 from the button and Pantling made it 2,700,000 from the big blind, getting a call by his opponent.
The flop came and Pantling led for 5,400,000 which was a lot more than what "zumbapoker" had behind, with the latter calling all in.
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling:
The on the turn and the on the river gave the pot to "zumbapoker".
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||31,745,606||-3,308,218|
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling is attacking every hand and after another winning streak he has more than 35 million chips.
In one of the biggest hands, he raised to 500,884 on the button and "zumbapoker" called. The flop came and "zumbapoker" check-called a bet for 448,484.
The came on the turn "zumbapoker" check-called again, this time for 1,484,848.
The completed the board on the river and a third bet from Pantling, this time for 2,848,484 got another call from "zumbapoker". Pantling showed with a rivered full house, which was enough since his opponent mucked his cards.
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||35,053,824||9,566,752|
After a streak of won pots, Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling managed to regain the chip lead. In the last hand he raised to 500,884 from the button and then called a three-bet from "zumbapoker" for 1,502,652.
The flop came and Pantling bet 1,484,848 with "zumbapoker" check-calling.
The turn was the "zumbapoker" check-called again, this time for 3,684,848.
The came on the river and Pantling shoved after his opponent's check who folded to give up the pot.
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||25,487,072||12,274,744|
Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling opened to 408,884 from the button and "zumbapoker" made it 1,226,652 from the big blind. Pantling called and the flop came .
"zumbapoker" checked and then called Pantling's bet for 898,484.
The came on the turn and Pantling bet 2,848,484 with "zumbapoker" check-calling again.
The came on the river and Pantling bet the pot for 9,947,240 which was an all in for "zumbapoker". The latter used a big part of his timebank but finally called with with a flush, while Pantling had .
|Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling||13,212,328||-14,858,620|