Nelepo10 Wins at SCOOP 2016 for $209,095

By | May 10, 2016

Nelepo10 wins SCOOP 2016Brazilian poker star Nelepo10 won the Event#4 of SCOOP 2016 at PokerStars and collected cash of amount $209,095. The runner up of the event $215 No Limit Hold’em was Magardan of Austria, who took home $155,135. The tournament attracted 6,745 and generated $1,349,000 as prize pool. Nelepo10 is the third Brazilian Poker player who has won this prestigious SCOOP at 2016.

The final table of the event includes players from all over the world.

Seat1, #2 and #3 were for gmd68 (11,095,453), Nelepo10(14,861,869  chip counts) and Kovalski1 (3,767,224).Seat#4, #5 and #6 were for players named as BruceWizayne (11,470,462), allin0709 (8,069,598) and zÿax (35,153,240).Whereas the seat#7, #8 and #9 were allotted to FLBonatto (21,762,001), Magardan (24,944,645) and supergurkan (3,775,508).

The first elimination from the final table took place after couple of hands played and it was of Brazilian Kogalski1, who finished at ninth position for a prize of amount $10,522.


The next one to hit the rail was another Brazilian player named allin0709 for eighth position with total winning share of amount $16,862. German Gmd68 was at seventh position for total $29,678. FLBonatto of Brazil took home $43,168, being at sixth position.

BruceWizayne of Canada got $56,658 and got busted to fifth place, whereas a Swedish poker pro names as Supergurkan collected $74,746 at the end of the day and completed his journey to fourth place.

The three handed game included players like zÿax (Czeck Republic), Magardan of Austria, and Nelepo10 of Brazil.

Then goes zÿax, playing against Nelepo10 for an amount take home $109,269. The heads up round was in between players like:-

Nelepo10: 127,469,205 in chip counts

Magardan: 7,430,795 in chip counts

A few hands of the heads up round decided that Nelopo10 will take the first prize of the event, because he won the championship tournament. He added $209,095 in his account and Magardan, the runner up collected $155,135, as winning share.

Top 855 players out of 6,745 players collected some cash from the tournament.

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