UK’s Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi Wins $1,468,000 at SCOOP 2016 Main Event

By | May 26, 2016

Talal “raidalot” ShakerchiOne of the top poker professionals of the United Kingdom and of the world Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi won the Main Event of SCOOP 2016 and collected $1,468,000 as first prize. He is one of the top pro of the country and love to play poker at internet as well. The player defeated 824 players at the field.

The $10,000 No Limit Hold’em Buy in Main Event of the SCOOP 2016 attracted 824 participants and generated $8,000,001 as total prize pool, which was distributed to top 99 finishers of the game.

The winner from United Kingdom took home $1,468,000, whereas the runner up of the event i.e. Romanian Sean “Nolez7” winter took home $1,048,000. The minimum payout of the game was $18,400 and Dominik “Bounatirou” Nitsche was the one who missed the money because of being at 100 th place.

 Almost all the players in top ten were professional poker players including Shakerchi. Top nine players with their prizes are as follows.

 The winer of the prestigious Main event was Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi of united kingdom taking home $1,468,000.

The runner up of the event was Romanian Sean “Nolez7” Winter and he took home $1,048,000.

The third place of the event was for s0nny_bLacCk of Thailand, who made $792,000 from the tournament.

 Fourth, fifth and sixth position were gone to players named Scott “gunning4you” Seiver of Canada who made $596,000, Markku “markovitsus” Koplimaa of Estonia who collected $416,000 and a Mexican Pablo “pablotenisis” Fernandez who got $336,000 as winning share.

It was a great event and players were playing really well at the table. Most of the players including Luckbox of Japan was in good form and was looking good at the moment. He git busted to seventh position and made $256,000 from the poker tournament.

IReadB00ks of Denmark hit the rail and finishes his journey at eighth position with total $176,000, meanwhile Russian EvnomiYa was thee ninth place holder with total winning share of amount $104,000.