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We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. NJSCOOP 2020 – $1.2M in guaranteed prize money It’s time once again for the New Jersey Spring Championship of Online Poker (NJSCOOP). Play for your share of $1,200,000 in. The 2020 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) features 240 total events and $85 million in guaranteed prize money. The series kicked off in late April, and will reach its. SCOOP - 2020 PokerStars The SCOOP pokertars 2020 will start on April 30th, this year I will participate in the tournament with a buy-in of US $ 2.20 I hope to get good results in this event.

Artur 'mararthur1' Martirosyan made his way through a star-studded 124-entry field in Event #17-H: $10,300 NLHE High Roller of the 2020 PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) to claim his first SCOOP title and the top prize of $271,790 after denying Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz another victory heads-up.


Martirosyan came into the final day with the upper hand and didn’t take long to further extend his lead. He bursts the final table bubble within the second level of the day after eliminating Jason 'JASON.MAC100' McConnon, putting himself in an even more comfortable spot at the final table.

Between using his lead to apply pressure and getting the right hands at the right time, Martirosyan stayed in control throughout most of the final day and was responsible for half of the eliminations.

The Russian is no stranger to high roller tournaments. In fact, he appeared at the final table of multiple high roller events recently. His experience was evident as he had to outlast top players to make it to the finish line and he managed to defeat crusher Fedor Holz as his last opponent, depriving him from another SCOOP title to claim his own.

Final Results 2020 SCOOP Event #17-H: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller]

1Artur 'mararthur1' MartirosyanRussia$271,790.44
2Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' HolzGermany$219,580.76
3Jorryt 'TheCleaner11' van HoofNetherlands$163,156.10
5Vicente 'vicenfish' DelgadoSpain$97,942.88
6Rui 'RuiNF' FerreiraPortugal$75,885.27
7Ryhor 'Grisha813' KarapanauBelarus$58,795.22
8Andras 'probirs' NemethHungary$45,554.00
9Daniel 'Oxota' DvoressCanada$36,095.28
10Jason 'JASON.MAC100' McConnonUnited Kingdom$28,600.60
11Charlie 'Epiphany77' CarrelUnited Kingdom$28,600.60
12Joao 'Naza114' VieiraPortugal$28,600.60
13Thomas 'WushuTM' MuehloeckerAustria$22,662.11
14Patrick 'pads1161' LeonardUnited Kingdom$22,662.11
15Mikita 'fish2013' BadziakouskiBelarus$22,662.11

Final Day Action

Day 2 of the event saw 11 players already in the money return to action and the final table was reached almost immediately with the elimination of Charlie “Epiphany77” Carrel and 'JASON.MAC100' McConnon within the first thirty minutes.

The action remained fast-paced at the final table and the first one to drop out was Daniel 'Oxota' Dvoress when he moved all in with ace-queen suited against Martirosyan’s king-ten but couldn’t stayed ahead as the board gave Martirosyan a full house.

Monday night bingo. Andras “probirs” Nemeth was Martirosyan’s next victim after he four-bet jammed with eights only to get snap-called by Martirosyan’s ace-king. The river brought a king ending Nemeth's tournament run in eighth place.

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Falling shortly after was Ryhor “Grisha813” Karapanau in seventh place. After losing a big pot against Jorryt 'TheCleaner11' van Hoof, Karapanau shoved his last crumbs with queen-ten into Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira’s jacks and found no help.

He was quickly joined by Ferreira who ran his jacks into “allin2bluff”' s ace-king. The river came a king and that was it for Ferreira’s tournament life.

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The next casualty of the final table was Vicente 'vicenfish' Delgado. He shoved his last eight big blinds with king-three into “allin2bluff' 's ace-jack in a blind versus blind situation to take fifth place.

Next up was 'allin2bluff' in fourth place when he three-bet jammed with fours and saw a call from Martirosyan who held ace-king. Martirosyan rivered a backdoor flush, ending “allin2bluff”’s run.


Van Hoof was eliminated in third place after he shoved from the button with ace-five and found himself in bad shape against Holz’s jacks.

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This set up a heads-up match between Martirosyan and Holz for the title. Martirosyan had a 2 to 1 chip advantage going into the final battle. Holz put up a good fight and came close to evening up the playing field at some point but he couldn’t keep up with a comeback and it was all over when he check-raised all in on the flop with mid-pair and a gutshot only to get called by Martirosyan who had an open-ended straight draw. Martirosyan made a backdoor flush to win it all, claiming his first SCOOP title and the top prize of $271,790.