PokerStars Reveals SCOOP 2022 Full Series Schedule
PokerStars has been hosting poker tournaments for years, and their most popular series is the COOP. The World Championship of Online Poker (WCOop) started it all in 2003 with a single buy-in level that eventually gave birth to SCOOP – Spring Championship Of Online Poker; this format offered three different types instead of just two like other fullyè legalizing games do today!. Nowadays, players can choose between $1+$0 or micro stakes tables on any given day depending on what they feel like playing at different times during an event season which runs from April until November each year.
SCOOP 2022 Basics
The Spring Championship of Online Poker is a must if you love playing poker. This three-month-long event will feature 318 different tournaments with an assortment that includes low buy-ins and high roller ones alike!
The buy-ins for SCOOP start as low at $2.20 and can go up to around 25k, though most people don’t play that high of a price point game because it’s expensive! But all in total, there is currently an expected payout of 78+M with guarantees intact, which will satisfy just about anyone who loves playing tournaments online.
This series ran 306 individual tournaments (from 102 events) and brought in more than 1.7M entries last year! The amount of money awarded last season was estimated at 139 million dollars- far beyond what was promised by the guaranteed prize funds.
The 2022 SCOOP is running a bit later in the calendar year and will end right around when The World Series of Poker begins in Las Vegas. It’s unclear if that factored into this decreased cumulative guarantee, but one can’t help but wonder why there was such an adjustment.
Knowing when a tournament will be played before entering is important. Some of these events have two days and others only one, so make sure your schedule is correct!
The action starts with big events and guarantees, sampling what will follow in the weeks beyond:
- Event 2: $5.50 / $55 / $530 NLHE SCOOP Kickoff ($50K / $200K / $300K GTD)
- Event 3: $11 / $109 / $1050 NLHE Sunday Warm-Up ($100K / $350K / $400K GTD)
- Event 4: $22 / $215 / $2100 NLHE PKO Sunday ($275K / $1M / $500K GTD)
- Event 5: $11 / $109 / $1050 PLO ($60K / $150K / $250K GTD)
- Event 6: $3.30 / $33 / $320 NLHE ($30K / $125K / $250K GTD)
- Event 7: $33 / $215 / $1050 NLHE PKO 7-Max Turbo Cooldown ($150K / $275K / $300K GTD)
The first event in this new series is called Event 1. It will take place between Monday, and runner-up Tuesday 31st at 8 pm EST, featuring 16 players who have been allowed to participate by being among the Top 64 eligible participants during phase one of play (which includes all winners). The competition sounds tough but doesn’t worry because there are also two more events planned just like it before we reach completion!
- Event 1: $2.20 / $11 / $55 NLHE ($125K / $500K / $1M GTD)
There is now an opportunity for women-only players to compete in the same environment as their male counterparts. The organizers are excited about this idea, and it will play out with three buy-in levels: A highlight of this series will be adding a Women’s tournament with only one day (Sunday) slot available – giving them more time than other tournaments do without cluttering up every week or month!
- Event 96: $5.50 / $22 / $109 NLHE PKO Women’s Event ($3K / $10K / $25K GTD)
SCOOP Main Events
With three buy-in levels of the regular No Limit Hold ’em Main Event and Pot Limit Omaha version, players can choose their preferred game.
Starting on Sunday, we will be closed for six days. The following is the schedule: We reopen Wednesday, June 2nd at 8 am with an early morning sale ending soon after training begins. We close Thursday, July 4th, again until Tuesday, 23: 00pmIt’s not just about us being open less often though – our prices are going up! All items have been spotted by their usual price tags, so there won’t be any hidden costs or surprises when you get home later tonight if that suits your plans better than waiting till tomorrow morning.
- Event 95: $109 / $1050 / $10,300 NLHE Main Event ($2.5M / $4M / $5M GTD)
- Event 97: $109 / $1050 / $10,300 PLO Main Event ($250K / $600K / $800K GTD)
The most famous poker event in the world, The Main Event, will play out over four days with just three left to go.
The full schedule for all three days of this event is available on the PokerStars blog.
PokerStars Adds Value
The value of the SCOOP series will be raised to $1 million. The first way this is happening, and probably most importantly for players like you who love competitive poker: PokerStars has announced that they’re adding buy-in starting tomorrow (08/30). With these new prizes on offer, there are sure going low! Who’s ready?
The first way to win is via leaderboards. There will be four of them for SCOOP, one for each buy-in level (low, medium and high) and an overall score based on your finishes in all eight tournaments throughout this series that lead up to $100K worth of cash prizes are given out! And if you’re feeling clever then enter our little competition: Who can make it onto three different winners’ shelves?!
The excitement of the SCOOP Pick-a-Box game is just too much to pass up. Every day, players have a chance at winning some big money or valuable prizes from $250K in cash! Log on today and see what you can find–you never know when it will be your lucky night. For me/us (the player) to get my hands on this sweet deal, there are two methods I need advice about – which box should we pick? And how often do these things happen anyways?! Let’s start by explaining how exactly did everyone end up able.
Finally, the SCOOP Fast Track promotion. If you’re looking for an easy way to win a seat in this event and get your hands on some extra cash, look no further than $0-50! This four-step system starts with just one penny north of 300k that will be awarded upon completion plus another 150K if players manage two finishes within three weeks time frame, which could lead up to even more prizes down future ranks as well, so don’t miss out because there’s always room at our table (literally)!
There will be SCOOP tournaments where you can win a special edition Spin & Go ticket for just 50 cents! You’ll have the option of purchasing these at $4 or 20 dollars, depending on what sounds better.