Luke Schwartz of UK wins Fifth SCOOP Title

By | May 11, 2016

Luke Schwartz wins fifth SCOOP Title in 2016The game of luck and chance is doing/behaving great for the United Kingdom Professional Poker player named Luke Schwartz. He just won another Championship title of the prestigious 2016 SCOOP, presented by PokerStars to collect 19,578.12 in bounties & $32,151.93 of prize. The player did awesome job once again and defeated of Vladimir “vovtroy” Troyanovskiy of Russia, who claimed $8,562.50 in bounties & $30,923 Prize.

This is the fifth SCOOP title for the UK player. He already won four of this previously. Last year he won two SCOOP titles here at PokerStars.

The player topped a field size of 145 players, who generated $290,000 of cash as total prize pool. Top 18 places out of 145 took home some amount of money.

The final table took place after hours of game played and top 6 were decided to meet at the final table:-

Russian Vladimir “vovtroy” Troyanovskiy was having 367,834 chip counts and was seated at seat#1. UK’s Luke “lb6121” Schwartz was having total 360,123 chip counts and had seat#2, whereas Australian Nelson “FeCoNiCuZn” Maccini was at third place for total 250,080 chip counts.

Seat#4,Seat#5 and #6 were for João “Naza114” Vieira of Czech Republic with 233,479 chips, biszibosz – 184,089 and Bernardo “bedias” Dias of Brazil was having total 54,395 chips along with him.

The first elimination from the $2,100 No Limit Omaha Hi/Lo was of Brazilian Bernardo “bedias” Dias, who got busted to sixth position, collected $5,062.50 in boutiques and $6,525 cash.

The Czech player named Naza114 comes fifth in the winners list for an amount 10,093.75 in bounties & $9,425 prize.

The fourth position of the event goes to a pro from Austrlia FeCoNiCuZn” for ($19,575).

The third place of the event got to a Polish Poker player named biszibosz and he collected $20,350 as total winning share.

The heads up was in between Luke “lb6121” Schwartz and Vladimir “vovtroy” Troyanovskiy, where UK’s “lb6121 becomes the proud winner for $51,729 and the runner up collected $39,485.