Patrick "pads1161" Leonard won big SCOOP tournament

Patrick Leonard

​SCOOP-64-H knockout tournament with $5 200 buy-in and $850 000 guarantee finished as part of PokerStars SCOOP series 2021.  

The total number of entries reached the mark of 255, which was more than enough to exceed the guarantee and form a prize pool of $1 275 000.

One of the best MTT players from Great Britain Patrick "pads1161" Leonard managed to become the champion with a payout of $107 770 and $150 200 as a bounty.

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In heads-up, Leonard fought against the Russian poker pro Arseniy "hello_totti" Malinov, who became a runner-up of event and earned a similar prize money, including $40 700 for knocking out his opponents. 

"hello_totti" was followed by the UK player Bert "girafganger7" Stevensand, who earned $70 490 and $40 700 as a bounty. By the way, Bert Stevensand is currently first in the All-time High list (according to PocketFives).

Read also: Patrick Leonard played freeroll and $530 tournament at the same time

Dario "Secret_M0d3" Sammartino also participated at the final table. However, he finished fourth, because his AK failed to beat Leonard’s A8. As a result, Dario enriched with $53 460 + $18 590 as a bounty.

Speaking of final table, it is worth noting the successful Dutch player Theon "tinnormulder" Mulder and the Austrian Darrell "FourSixFour" Goh, who took the 8th and 9th place accordingly. Mulder got $17 680 + $29 141 as a bounty, and Goh’s total winning reached the mark of $28 723 (including bounty).

One of PokerStars Ambassadors and poker streamer Ben "Spraggy" Spragg took the 12th place of event with a prize money of $10 870 (with $8 120 bounty).

In total, 31 participants reached ITM zone and Conor "1_conor_b_1" Beresford became the one who received the minimum payout of $5 800 together with bounty for the 31st place.

Results of ​SCOOP-64-H knockout tournament at PokerStars

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