PokerStars streamer won SCOOP tournament in a live broadcast
Some years ago, Fintan "EasyWithAces" Hand changed his position at the poker table from the dealer to a player. After that, he realized that he would be able to earn big money by playing poker. And he was right.
Fintan is originally from Dublin and MMA fighter Conor McGregor is his idol. Being inspired by the success of his countryman, Hand plans to strengthen the success of Ireland on the world poker stage. Fintan has his own Twitch channel and he streams with PokerStars badges.
He has many online victories, and on Sunday, the Irishman added one more victory to his arsenal – SCOOP 2020 tournament.
Streamer’s victory at PokerStars in a live broadcast
SCOOP-69-H tournament collected 409 entries for $1 050 and its prize pool reached the mark of $409 000. Fintan was one of the participants and traditionally broadcasted his play on Twitch.
It was a two-day tournament. After Fintan reached the final, his fans were eagerly awaiting the final. On the second game day, Hand continued to show excellent results and got to the heads-up.
As a result, Fintan beat the player under the nickname "A.Saout" and won $73 000, as well as SCOOP title. In the last hand of tournament, his A-3 were stronger than the opponent's A-J.
You are able to watch the emotions of poker player on his stream here:
SCOOP-69-H Tournament Results