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There were lots of movers and shakers throughout the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) 2024 — the 16th edition of the prestigious series which ran from May 5-31, 2024.

Here you’ll find an up-to-date list of the players who have won the most SCOOP titles throughout their careers.

Last updated: June 2024

BENNY ‘RUNGODLIKE’ GLASER – 11 TITLES

Benny Glaser playing at EPT Barcelona 2022

Glaser is the most decorated COOP player in history

Incredibly, the UK’s Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser has won at least one title in every COOP series dating back to 2018.

Glaser only picked up one title in 2024, but that’s only surprising because of the insanity of his winning rate in 2023. The Brit won three SCOOPs in 2023 then went on to dominate WCOOP 2023, winning an astonishing seven titles. He stands alone as the most decorated COOP player in PokerStars history with 26 wins overall across SCOOP and WCOOP.

What’s remarkable about Glaser is his proficiency across all poker variants and tournament formats. Scan his SCOOP successes below and you’ll find wins in no limit hold’em (he won his first NLHE title in 2023), PLO8, NLO8, HORSE, PLO, 8-game, 2-7 triple draw, fixed limit hold’em, and stud hi/lo.

Glaser also has five World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets, more than any other Briton.

GLASER’S 11 SCOOP TITLES

2024 – 75-L: $55 NLHE [Turbo] – $19,591
2023 – 100-M: $109 NLHE 7-Max PKO – $33,669*
2023 – 87-M: $215 PLO8 6-Max – $12,578
2023 – 22-H: $1,050 NLO8 6-Max PKO – $35,555*
2022 – 09-H: $2,100 HORSE – $31,080
2021 – 73-M: $215 PLO 6-Max, PKO – $29,549*
2020 – 06-H: $2,100 8-Game – $54,853
2019 – 13-M: 2-7 Triple Draw – $215 – $14,667
2019 – 41-H: 8-Game – $1,050 – $45,840
2018 – 17L: $22 FLHE – $6,201
2016 – 33H: $2,100 Stud Hi/Lo – $54,390

GLASER’S 15 WCOOP TITLES

2023 — 94-H: $1,050 NLHE 6-Max Turbo — $38,894
2023 — 68-M: $320 NLHE 6-Max — $55,706
2023 — 61-H: $1,050 NL 5-Card Draw 6-Max — $14,207
2023 — 54-H: $2,100 PLO8 6-Max — $44,201
2023 — 50-H: $1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw — $19,490
2023 — $1,050 World Championship of 2-7 Triple Draw — $22,650
2023 — 16-M: $109 FL Badugi 6-Max — $3,550
2022 – 14-H: $1,050 HORSE – $19,107
2022 – 4-L: $11 NLO8 6-Max – $2,334 
2022 – 18-H: $1,050 PLO 6-Max – $39,638 
2022 – 09-H: $2,100 HORSE – $33,300 
2021 – 50-M: $55 NLO8 6-Max – $9,293
2020 – 55-H: $2,100 HORSE – $43,055
2019 – 23-M: $109 Razz – $10,924
2018 – 27-L: $55 PLO 6-Max – $23,807 

CALVIN ‘CAL42688’ ANDERSON – 10 TITLES

For five years Anderson stood alone at the top spot

We don’t see Calvin “cal42688” Anderson on the PokerStars tables much these days, but the legendary online crusher still boasts a record-tying 10 career titles, his last wins coming in 2018. For five years he stood alone in the top spot on this list.

Anderson, from Yukon, Oklahoma, has focused on live poker in recent years, where he has more than $3 million in cashes. But his impressive SCOOP record demonstrates a striking consistency of results. Aside from 2012, he won at least one title every year from 2010 to 2018.

Note the variation too. Anderson has a title for nearly every type of poker in existence.

ANDERSON’S 10 SCOOP TITLES

2018 – 26H: $1,050 FLO8 (8-Max) – $26,305
2018 – 19H: $2,100 NLHE (6-Max) – $126,659
2017 – 13H: $530 NLHE (3-Max, Turbo, Zoom, PKO) – $62,919*
2016 – 40L: $27 8-Game – $7,511
2015 – 13H: $2,100 Stud – $36,600
2014 – 38H: 2,100 HORSE – $47,065
2013 – 25M: $215 FL Hold’em (6-Max) – $23,643
2011 – 27H: $2,100 Razz – $46,200
2011 – 25M: $215 7 Card Stud H/L – $13,090
2010 – 17L: $16.50 Pot Limit Omaha (6-Max, rebuys) – $26,940

ANDRE ‘PREMOVE’ SKVORTSOV – 10 TITLES

By far the most mysterious player on this list, Russia’s Andre “Premove” Skvortsov is the only one we don’t have a photo of. He rarely plays live poker, instead opting to crush online.

And crush he does, winning his tenth title in 2024. Skvortsov — who now plays from Montenegro — was one of only five players in 2023 to win three titles (Glaser being one of them) during SCOOP 2023. He also won two in 2022 and 2021.

Like Glaser and Anderson, his trophies come in a range of poker disciplines and buy-in levels, proving he’s one of the best all-around online tournament players out there.

SKVORTSOV’S 10 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 17-L: $11 PLO [6-Max] — $4,516
2023 — 66-M: $33 NLHE 8-max Weekend Starter — $7,750
2023 — 76-H: $2,100 NLO8 6-max PKO — $61,970*
2023 — 118-M $55 Mixed NLHE/PLO 6-max PKO — $7,521*
2022 — 19-M: $109 NLO8 PKO — $14,390*
2022 — 90-L: $11 NLO8 — $3,169
2021 — 27-H: $1,050 8-game — $28,101
2021 — 82-L: $55 NLHE 8-max PKO Mini Thursday Thrill — $51,601*
2020 — 34-M: $55 PLO8 8-max — $17,635
2019 — 16-H: $2,100 NL Omaha H/L – $47,793

OLE ‘WIZOWIZO’ SCHEMION – 9 TITLES

Ole Schemion playing at EPT London 2022

Schemion added one more title in 2024

It’s hard to believe that German wunderkind Ole “wizowizo” Schemion is only in his early thirties It feels like he’s been crushing both live and online tournaments forever.

Since 2018, Schemion has captured nine SCOOP victories. He won three in 2022, one in 2023, and his ninth in 2024, winning a $1K 6-Max Turbo.

He now lives and plays in Austria and is always a threat, particularly in High Rollers where he has an impressive three wins in $10K buy-in events.

SCHEMION’S 9 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 111-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max Turbo] — $38,295
2023 — 44-H: $1 050 5-Card PLO 6-max] — $32,631
2022 — 75-M: $1,050 NLHE Super Tuesday — $151,575
2022 — 57-H: $320 NLHE Weekend Starter — $27,691
2022 — 13-H: $10,300 NLHE Super Tuesday High Roller — $202,432
2020 — 102-H: $10,300 NLHE 8-Max, High Roller — $258,639
2020 — 16-H: $2,100 PLO 6-max — $111,854
2018 — 36H: $530 NLHE Deep Stacks — $85,081
2018 — 32H: $10,300 PLO 6-Max High Roller — $283,261

NIKLAS ‘LENA900’ ASTEDT – 9 TITLES

Niklas Astedt playing at EPT Paris 2023

Astedt is considered one of the GOATs of online poker

Considered by many to be the greatest online tournament player of all time, Sweden’s Niklas “Lena900” Astedt has amassed an incredible $48.6 million in online cashes — the most of all time — and won just about everything there is to win along the way.

Astedt entered the 2024 SCOOP with eight titles (having won two in 2023) and added one more in an NLHE Turbo PKO.

He plays all of the games excellently and you’d be a fool to bet against him from winning events in any series.

ASTEDT’S 8 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 38-H: $1 050 NLHE [Turbo Progressive KO Single Re-Entry] — $43,360
2023 — 73-H: $530 Sunday Kickoff PKO – $42,611*
2023 — 76-M: $215 NLO8 6-max PKO – $16,022*
2022 — $1,050 PLO 8 — $34,456
2021 — $1,050 NLHE 8-Max — $85,430
2019 — $1,050 Limit Omaha H/L — $27,707
2018 — $530+R NLHE — $102,115
2018 — $1,050 NLO8 [6-Max] — $50,392
2017 — $109 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max, Turbo, Zoom] — $22,457

MATTHEW ‘MUSTAFABET’ ASHTON – 9 TITLES

One in 2024, two in 2023 for Ashton

The UK’s Matthew “MUSTAFABET” Ashton picked up a shiny new trophy in the 2024 SCOOP series, taking his total tally up to nine. His first came back in 2016.

Ashton is one of the most feared mixed games players, not only online but also in the biggest live cash games in the world.

ASHTON’S 9 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 54-H: $1 050 FL 2-7 Triple Draw [6-Max] — $18,943
2023 — 92-H $1,050 FL Badugi – $14,909
2023 — 57-H $1,050 Razz – $16,468
2022 — 81-H: $1,050 FL Badugi 6-max — $16,027
2022 — 50-H: $1,050 Razz — $18,258
2020 — 19-H: $1,050 FLHE 6-max — $24,729
2019 — 50-H: Limit Razz — $40,875
2019 — 20-H: Limit Stud H/L — $28,710
2016 — 44H: $1,050 HORSE — $53,460

SIMON ‘C. DARWIN2’ MATTSSON – 9 TITLES

simon mattsson

Second on online poker’s all-time money list, Simon “C. Darwin” Mattsson has nine SCOOP titles contributing to his $35.2 million in cashes.

Mattsson won two in 2024, a $10K Super Tuesday High Roller and a $530 Sunday Warm-Up PKO.

He’s quite simply one of the best — and most feared — tournament players of all time.

MATTSSON’S 9 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 16-H: $10,300 NLHE [Super Tuesday High Roller] — $186,238
2024 — 114-H: $530 NLHE [Progressive KO, Sunday Warm-Up] — $57,744
2022 — 75-H: $10,300 NLHE [Super Tuesday High Roller] — $207,901
2022 — 62-H: $1,050 NLHE [4-Max, Progressive KO] — $41,362
2021 — 38-H: $530 NLO8 8-Max — $21,166
2021 — 46-H: $1,050 NLHE 8-Max, Turbo, PKO — $74,465
2020 — 101-H: $1,050 NLHE — $61,141
2016 — 1H: $1,050 NL Hold’em — $226,106
2012 — 34M: $530 Limit Hold’em [6-Max] — $38,233

Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov – 8 Titles

Denis Strebkov: WCOOP's leading light

Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov

For years Denis “aDrENalin710” Strebkov was the king of WCOOP. He held the most titles and the record for the most won in a single series (five in 2018). But for some strange reason, his SCOOP achievements always paled in comparison.

Not any more.

In 2024, the Thailand-based Russian was something else. Strebkov won an incredible four titles — the only player to do so — and was crowned the Player of the Series, earning himself a cool $25,000.

He now has eight SCOOPs and 11 WCOOPs.

STREBKOV’S 8 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 34-H: $1,050 8-Game — $19,259
2024 — 89-H: $530 NL 2-7 Single Draw [7-Max Progressive KO] $11,768
2024 — 101-H: $1 050 5-Card PLO [6-Max Progressive KO] — $32,179
2024 — 108-M: $109 HORSE [6-Max  Progressive KO] — $4,431
2022 — 79-H: $1,050 HORSE — $15,763
2018 — 7H: $2,100 NLO8 [6-Max, Progressive KO] — $51,061
2013 — 27M: $215 FL Triple Draw 2-7 — $12,434
2013 — 37H: $2,100 HORSE — $58,315

STREBKOV’S 11 WCOOP TITLES

2023 — $#13-L: $5.50 NLHE PKO — $4,283
2023 — $1,050 World Championship of HORSE — $23,699
2018 — 34-H: Stud Hi/Lo — $29,145
2018 — 25-H: 8-Game — $70,720
2018 — 20-L: NL 5-Card Draw — $3,234
2018 — 11-H: Razz — $49,595
2018 — 05-M: PLO [6-Max] — $31,824
2016 — $320 HORSE — $17,849
2016 — $1,050 PL Omaha Hi/Lo Championship [8-Max] — $63,780
2015 — $215 NL Omaha Hi/Lo [6-Max] — $28,681
2014 — $530 FL Omaha H/L — $30,152

PATRICK ‘PADS1161’ LEONARD – 8 TITLES

Perennial SCOOP Leaderboard performer Patrick “pads1161” Leonard is undoubtedly one of the most successful pros of his generation, racking up eight SCOOP titles from 2017 onwards and doing the double in both 2020 and 2021.

Leonard captured his eighth trophy by winning a $530 NLHE Mystery Bounty. But while Leonard is an NLHE wizard, he’s also an incredible player in every game.

You can expect him to add plenty more titles in mixed games over the coming years.

LEONARD’S 8 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 59-M: $530 NLHE [Wednesday Mystery] — $36,639*
2023 — $5,200 Titans 8-max PKO — $197,117*
2022 — $530 6+ Hold’em 8-max Turbo PKO — $12,583*
2021 — $1,050 NLHE Afternoon Deep Stack — $60,953
2021 — $5,200 NLHE PKO Sunday HR SE — $258,007*
2020 — $2,100 PLO8, 6-Max — $52,606
2020 — $215+R NLHE 8-Max Turbo Rebuy — $41,809
2017 — $215 PLO Heads-Up — $18,567

KELVIN ‘Kelvin_FP:A’ KERBER – 8 TITLES

Kelvin “Kelvin_FP:AR” Kerber

Brazil’s Kelvin Kerber had a year to remember in 2024, taking down three titles including a $5K Titans event. His other two wins were special also; he won two in the same event on the same night — a very rare feat indeed.

Kerber has been crushing for more than a decade and like many players on this list, he’s adept in every poker variant. His titles have come in NLHE, limit hold’em, stud, 5-card PLO8, and stud hi/lo.

KERBER’S 8 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 64-M: $109 FLHE [6-Max] — $3,164
2024 — 64-H: $530 FLHE [6-Max] — $7,893
2024 —  78-H: $5 200 NLHE [Progressive KO Titans] — $114,317*
2023 — 80-M: $109 Stud [8-Max] — $4,343
2022 — 106-H: $320 NLHE [7-Max, Hyper-Turbo, Progressive KO, Series Wrap-Up] — $30,659
2022 — 83-M: $109 5-Card PLO8 — $9,984
2022 — 24-M: $109 Stud Hi/Lo — $6,333
2017 — 7L: $7.50+R NL Hold’em — $25,791

Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen – 8 Titles

Jerry “perrymejsen” Odeen

Sweden’s Jerry Odeen bagged a hat trick of titles in 2024, winning events in three different variants across buy-ins from $33 up to $1,050.

Odeen is another mixed game specialist who is also exceptional at no limit hold’em, particularly in big field events. In 2024 he won a $33 NLHE turbo for $24,750, and in 2022 he took down an $11 6-max turbo for $11,149.

ODEEN’S 8 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 110-H: $1 050 NLO8 [6-Max] — $23,897
2024 — 60-M: $109 Razz — $5,400
2024 —  30-M: $33 NLHE [Turbo The Copacabana Unlimited] — $24,750
2023 — 29-H: $320+R NLHE [8-Max Rebuy] — $44,828
2022 — 91-L: $11 NLHE [6-Max, Turbo] — $11,149
2022 — 90-H: $1,050 NLO8 — $28,101
2021 — 81-H: $2,100 PLO8 6-Max — $62,426
2019– 48-H: $530 PLO H/L — $29,348

Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos – 7 TITLES

He’s one of no limit hold’em tournament poker’s all-time greats and he’s only just turning 30.

All seven of Adrian Mateos’ SCOOP titles have come in events with buy-ins bigger than $1K, but this year he bagged his biggest prize with victory in the $25K Super High Roller for $456,748.

MATEOS’ 7 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 04-H: $5 200 NLHE [Progressive KO Titans] — $144,623
2024 — 120-H: $25 000 NLHE [Super High Roller] — $456,748
2021 — 13-M: $1,050 NLHE 8-Max, Super Tuesday SE — $146,714
2021 — 50-H: $1,050 NLHE PKO — $84,111
2021 — 84-H: $2,100 NLHE 6-Max — $69,809
2020 — 79-M: $1,050 NLHE, Super Tuesday SE — $164,398
2017 — 30H: $2,100 NLHE [6-Max] — $234,030

Andras “probirs” Nemeth – 7 Titles

Andras “probirs” Nemeth

Andras “probirs” Nemeth began his career online and became one of the most successful players on the planet, topping the world ranking at one point. The Hungarian is now a fixture on the live super high roller circuit.

NEMETH’S 7 SCOOP TITLES

2024 — 52-H: $2,100 PLO [6-Max, Progressive KO] — $58,592
2024 — 55-H: $1 050 NLHE [7-Max Progressive KO Single Re-Entry] — $47,219
2023 — 41-H: $1 050 NLHE [6-Max] — $71,814
2020 — 52-M: $2,100 NLHE, 8-Max — $157,735
2018 — 14H: $25,000 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] — $576,087
2017 — 34H: $2,100 NLHE [4-Max] — $240,720
2015 — 9M: $109 NL Hold’em — $93,064

RUI “RUINF” FERREIRA – 7 TITLES

Rui Ferreira playing at EPT Paris 2023

In 2020, Portuguese phenom Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira was crowned SCOOP player of the year without even winning a title. He did this by cashing more than 100 times and making nine final tables, with his top three cashes alone totalling nearly $300K.

He’s come close to winning the Player of the Series title every year since and in 2023 he picked up two more trophies, one in NL 5-card draw and the other in NLHE.

Ferreira now plays from Brazil and is one of the most accomplished players across all buy-in tiers.

FERREIRA’S 7 SCOOP TITLES

2023 — 14-M $109 NL 5-card draw PKO – $4,485*
2023 — 49-H $530 Deep Stack – $42,842
2019 — 45-H: $5,200 High Roller — $235,552
2019 — 39-H: $2,100 FLHE — $49,458
2018 — 30-H: $2,100 NLHE 6-max — $201,642
2018 — 17-H: $2,100 FLHE — $48,271
2014 — 08-H: $700 Heads-Up NLHE — $92,242

TOBIAS ‘SENKEL92’ LEKNES – 7 TITLES

Tobias Leknes playing at EPT Barcelona 2022

All of Leknes’ SCOOP titles are in different poker variants

Norwegian mixed games master Tobias “senkel92” Leknes was one of the five hat-trick winners throughout SCOOP 2023. But it could have been so many more as he had multiple runner-up and third-place finishes too.

Leknes also boasts the second-most WCOOP titles with 12, making him Glaser’s closest competitor on the all-time COOP list. He won three WCOOP titles in 2022 and continued that trend in SCOOP 2023. He then won three more WCOOP titles in 2023.

His victories across all series come in every form of poker.

LEKNES’ 7 SCOOP TITLES

2023 — 103-H: $1,050 NLO8 6-max – $26,752
2023 — 54-H: $2,100 FL 2-7 triple draw – $31,500
2023 — 14-H: $1,050 NL 5-card draw PKO – $13,702*
2022 — 24-H: $1,050 Stud Hi/Lo – $18,550
2020 — 106-L: $11 PL 5-Card Draw – $2,522
2020 — 53-M: $215 PLO8, 6-Max – $25,648
2017 — 21-L: $11 FL Badugi – $3,949

LEKNES’ 12 WCOOP TITLES

2023 — 87-H: $2,100 8-Game 6-Max — $33,775
2023 — 67-H: $2,100 NLO8 6-Max PKO — $55,006
2023 — 20-M: $109 PLO 6-Max — $14,477
2022 — 81-H: $2,100 8-Game 8-max — $28,085
2022 — 70-H: $530 PLO8 — $20,155
2022 — 05-M: $215 PLO — $26,022
2020 — 49-M: $215 NLO8 6-max PKO — $23,963*
2020 — 45-L: $11 FL Badugi 6-max — $2,015
2020 — 09-L: $11 NL 2-7 Single Draw — $2,448
2018 — 20-H: NL 5-Card Draw — $17,100
2018 — 10-M: NLHE 8-max Win the Button — $44,064
2017 — 60-L $109 2-7 triple draw — $10,286

MIKE ‘SIRWATTS’ WATSON – 7 TITLES

Mike Watson on the final table of EPT Monte Carlo 2023

Two-time EPT winner Mike Watson has seven SCOOP titles

Despite being a successful poker pro for 15+ years, Mike “SirWatts” Watson always seems like he’s just getting started.

Watson — who took down the EPT Monte Carlo 2023 Main Event to become one of only three people to have two EPT live titles — had seven SCOOP victories heading into the 2023 series, winning three in 2020 alone.

He didn’t manage to add any silverware in 2023 but enjoyed several deep runs, notably finishing third in the $25K Super High Roller.

Watson has always shown tremendous versatility in SCOOP, with seven titles coming from six different variations of poker.

WATSON’S 7 SCOOP TITLES

2021 – 78-H: $1,050 FL Badugi 6-Max – $20,038
2020 – 113H: $1,050 6+ Hold’em (6-Max) – $29,997
2020 – 66H: $2,100 NLHE – $80,642
2020 – 51H: $1,050 NL 2-7 Single Draw – $22,050
2019 – 73H: $5,200 6+ Hold’em – $94,915
2015 – 37H: $2,100 PL Omaha Hi/Lo – $65,320
2015 – 29M: $215 PL Omaha (6-Max) – $58,368

JUSSI “CALVIN7V” NEVANLINNA – 7 TITLES

Jussi Nevanlinna playing at EPT Monte Carlo 2022

Jussi Nevanlinna is one of the most decorated ‘COOP players in the game

Finnish pro Jussi “calvin7v” Nevanlinna had an epic year in 2021, securing two SCOOP titles to make it seven in total.

You’ll notice that Nevanlinna, like many of the players mentioned here, targets not only Hold’em, but all formats of poker. He also plays at all stakes, with titles in $5.50 games as well as $1K events.

Nevanlinna’s 2021 double was a story in itself – two titles on the same night, in the same event. One in the low-stakes version and one in the high-stakes version of the FLO8.

He’s also got six WCOOP wins.

NEVANLINNA’S 7 SCOOP TITLES

2021 – 21-L: $11 FLO8 8-Max – $4,534
2021 – 21-H: $1,050 FLO8 8-Max – $23,735
2018 – 46L: $5.50 8-Game – $2,130
2018 – 28L: $5.50 NLHE – $4,431
2016 – 40M: $215 8-Game – $18,506
2015 – 28M: $215 Stud Hi/Lo – $14,630
2014 – 14M: $215 PL Omaha [Heads-Up] – $26,979

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