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Here’s all the SCOOP 2024 info so far, including the full 2024 schedule…

SCOOP 2024 runs from 5-29 May 2024

SCOOP 2024 is going to be a big one. Quite simply it’s a series you never want to miss.

And today is all about the SCOOP schedule — all 128 events of it — now available to view.

SCOOP will cover all the bases of tournament poker. Multiple poker variants, tournament formats, and three tiers of buy-ins for every event.

No matter your bankroll, experience level, or specialities, there are events for you. Buy-ins start at $2.20.

Below you can get to the good stuff yourself, but here’s the overview.

Let’s start with the biggest number: $75M Guaranteed across the series.

What does that break down into?

In total some 128 tournaments. Each with three versions to suit low, medium and high buy-ins, and a trophy for every single winner. Just as you’ve come to expect.

In all you can expect at least $2M Gtd in prize money every day to 27 May.

But that’s nothing like the whole story.

Within that there are some notable landmarks to chew over. We’ll let you pour over the details, but here are a few highlights.

Starting with the three Main Events in Sunday 26 May.

  • $109 Main Event Low ($2M Gtd)
  • $1,000 Main Event Medium ($3.5M Gtd)
  • $10,000 Main Event High ($5M Gtd)

But there are some other big events to keep in mind in the weeks before.

A $1,050 Sunday High Roller ($1M Gtd) on Sunday 5 May.

Two $1,050 Super Tuesdays on 7 May and 21 May with $500K Gtd.

Three $215 Thursday Thrills each with $600K Gtd.

PLUS, for the first time ever, Mystery Bounty Events. They’ll be 12 in total, with prize pools ranging from $150K Gtd to $500K Gtd and buy-ins starting at $3.30.

And to make playing even easier you can now convert Silver or Gold Passes into SCOOP ticket bundles. Even more reason to get playing Power Path for free every day.

But that’s enough of that. Here’s the schedule.



Felipe “lipe piv” Boianovsky

The 2023 renewal of the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) — its 15th — ran from Sunday, May 7 through Thursday, June 1 and featured 363 tournaments.

Brazil’s Felipe “lipe piv” Boianovsky became the 15th winner of the SCOOP Main Event, taking down the $10,300 buy-in (#108-H) to win $1,036,199 – the largest prize of SCOOP 2023.

Fal1st” of Thailand won the Overall Player of the Series Leader Board — as well as the Low Leader Board — winning $25,000 and $5,000, respectively. Sweden’s Jerry “perrymejsen” Ödeen topped the Medium Leader Board for $10,000, while Tobias “Senkel92” Leknes came out top in the High for $15,000.

For full results, daily recaps, a multiple winners list, and more check out our 2023 coverage hub.


Here are all the SCOOP stats: a full series breakdown, drilling down into some of the miraculous numbers. Enjoy…



Here’s a look at our all-time Spring Championship of Online Poker stat tracker, covering every SCOOP event played from the very first series in 2009 up to and including the 2023 edition.

Events: 973
Tournaments: 2,917
Total entries: 13,573,790
Total prize pools: $1,324,455,144
Total first-place prizes: $202,974,240

Yep, you read that right.

Across the 2,917 SCOOP tournaments played, we’ve seen a staggering one billion, 324 million, 455 thousand and 144 dollars in prizes awarded.

Plus, almost 203 million dollars in first-place prizes.

Now let’s take a look at the countries who have won SCOOP titles in that time:

370 titles – Brazil
296 – UK
226 – Canada
205 – Russia
187 – Germany
115 – Austria
113 – Sweden
97 – Netherlands
92 – USA
83 – Finland, Ukraine
76 – Norway
71 – Mexico
69 – Poland, Romania
60 – Hungary
46 – Argentina
40 – Ireland
36 – Bulgaria, Denmark
35 – Greece
34 – Malta
32 – Belarus
31 – Czech Republic
27 – Lithuania
22 – Estonia, Latvia
21 – Australia, Belgium
20 – Costa Rica, Croatia, Switzerland, Uruguay
17 – Montenegro
12 – Kazakhstan, Thailand
9 – Chile, China, Israel, Japan, Peru
8 –  Cyprus, Lebanon, Portugal, Slovenia
7 – Andorra
6 – Moldova, New Zealand, Spain
5 – Panama, Serbia
4 – Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Gibraltar, Luxembourg, North Macedonia
3 – Bolivia, Macau, Slovakia
2 – Georgia, Hong Kong, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam
1 – Antigua & Barbuda, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Ecuador, Indonesia, Isle of Man, Ivory Coast, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, Mongolia, South Africa, The Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, Uzbekistan.



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