“B4NKR0LL3R” Wins Third SCOOP Title At 47-H: $1,050 NLHE Single Re-Entry Event

Last Updated on May 16, 2024 Author:Stefan Nedeljkovic
Juanki “B4NKR0LL3R” Vecino

Estonian player Juanki “B4NKR0LL3R” Vecino fought tooth and nail for a juicy share of the $263,000 prize pool at the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) 47-H: $1,050 NLHE Single Re-Entry.

His poker strategy efforts eventually paid off, as the poker grinder managed to defeat all 264 entrants (re-entries included), grab the $50,200 cash prize, and add his third SCOOP title to his wall of fame at home.

Six Five-Figure Prizes

However, Vecino was not the only one who went home celebrating a lucrative cash win. The event witnessed six of the nine finalists who were seated at the final table turn their $1,050 investment into five-figure prizes.

The first to leave the table were Lithuanian Dominykas “Mikensonas” Mikolaitis, Polish wanderer_pro and Danish “JackRipperJr.

The three “casualties” exited the heated action at the table while securing $5,508, $6,652, and $8,879, respectively.

Andras “probirs” Nemeth from Hungary landed in sixth position. He was also the first player to score over $10,000 at the final table.

He was joined by the United Kingdom-based Norwegian Espen “Hymn2Ninkasi” Jørstad, who managed to bring in additional points for team PokerStars Pro Lex Veldhuis’ Team Lex after finishing in the fifth position.

Team Lex currently holds a significant lead over the chasing pack.

Renan “Internett93o” Bruschi continued his excellent 2024 SCOOP journey with a fourth-place finish. He grabbed a cash prize of $21,112 after kicking out Malta’s Haringbuis and automatically sending the tourney into the heads-up stage.

The Brazilian is ranking high in the Overall SCOOP Player of the Year leaderboard, having over 200 points ahead of Patrick “pads1161” Leonard.

Vecino also played against Tomi “elmerixx” Brouk from Finland. The latter padded his bankroll with a cash prize of $37,611.

Earlier in the week, Matthew “MUSTAFABET” Ashton from the UK also scooped up his third championship title after he won the $1,050 FL 2-7 Triple Draw.

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