Connor Drinan's new record: the fifth victory at SCOOP 2020

Connor Drinan 2020

Today, we are going to talk about Connor Drinan’s success for the fifth time during SCOOP 2020 series. On 20 May, he got a record fifth victory at SCOOP.

Connor continues to break the records

Last week, Drinan won his fourth SCOOP tournament and beat Shaun Deeb on this indicator. Now, Drinan is considered an absolute record holder on the number of victories at PokerStars series.

Despite the fact that Drinan has already set a record, he continues to demonstrate his success. He added the fifth triumph in SCOOP-75-H tournament for $10 300 to his arsenal.   

Results of SCOOP tournament

If we look at the results of event, we will again see Connor Drinan at the head of the tournament.

During the fight for the first place, he played against such famous poker players as Andras "probirs" Nemeth (13th place and $35 609 of prize money), Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger (7th place and $66 762 of prize money), João "Naza114" Vieira (4th place and $186 000) and others.   

In heads-up, he managed to beat the experienced Finnish professional player Jens Kyllönen. The straight (2-3-4-5-A) became the winning combination for Connor, and Jens had two pairs. Connor earned $322 000 for his victory, and Jens became runner-up and got $245 000.

Read also: PokerStars streamer won SCOOP tournament in a live broadcast

Conversation with Shaun Deeb

Connor didn’t hide his emotions from the fifth victory on his Twitter and he “apologized” to Shaun Deeb.

Shaun Deeb answered the following:

We remind that SCOOP was extended until 31 May. So, Connor Drinan still has 11 days in order to get the sixth victory.

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Sunrise Editor
Cardmates journalist, news editor and translator since 2016. Specialization: poker news and review of events.
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