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The Daily SCOOP Report: cal42688 Does it Again
Mexico's cal42688 emerged victorious in the SCOOP high-stakes RAZZ tournament yesterday, winning his second title in less than 24 hours.
The $2,100 High-Level event attracted a field of 66 player, building a total prize pool of $132,000. cal42688 of Mexico came out on top, earning $46,200.
The victory came less than 14 hours after cal42688 won the Medium-Level Stud Hi-Lo tournament. cal42688 also won a WCOOP title in 2010.
Other notable finishes included Alexander "joiso" Kostritsyn who finished in 12th place, and Richard "CHUFTY" Ashby who finished 4th.
339 players bought in to the $215 Medium-Level event, creating a prize pool of $67,800 and a first-place prize of $13,051. Diehardmick of Ireland finished in first place. 1diego_35 made final tables in both the medium and high-level events, finishing 4th in the former.
Team PokerStars Pro Katja Thater, who won an open RAZZ event at the World Series of Poker, finished in 24th.
The Low-Level event drew 1,958 players, all of whom contributed their $22 buy-in to build a prize pool of $39,160. It took almost 12 hours for a winner to be decided with the honors going to polarop of Germany.
Event 28 - NL Hold'em [Big Antes - Rebuys] also got underway, with 207 players coughing up the $1,050 buy-in plus rebuys for the High-Level to create a total prize pool of $624,000. By the end of the first day just 7 players remained, led by jonyctt of Spain.
Paolo69 is second in chips, chasing his second SCOOP title of 2011. He won more than $188,000 by taking down Event 19, $2,100 NL Hold'em.
The Medium-Level event saw 1,342 throw down to build a prize pool of $391,800, well over the quarter-million guarantee. 13 players were left at the end of the day with kluka from Holland in the lead.
The Low-Level event drew a staggering 9,719. $276,670 is up for grabs and 2Maise4U is leading with nine players left.