The PokerStars Turbo Championship Of Online Poker (TCOOP) came to a thrilling conclusion last night when events #44-50 were played out. There were some astronomical prizes awarded in the various events, particularly the High Roller and the Main Event. Keep reading to discover who won what in the final day of the 2013 TCOOP.
TCOOP Event #44: $33 Speedway Special Edition
Event #44 kicked off at midnight Sunday in the UK but despite the ungodly hour 7,,745 players turned out for it! This huge crowd created a prize pool of $232,350.00 and a first place prize of $35,344.83!
|5||lucky six 13||$9,758.70|
TCOOP Event #45: $109 NL Hold’em
Another TCOOP event, another monster-sized prize pool! Almost three thousand (2,941) players bought in for $109, which smashed the $125,000 guarantee. Three-hundred and seventy eight players shared the $294,100.00 on offer, a huge slice of which was distributed between the final five players who decided to make a deal.
|9||T.P. RED 13||$2,499.85|
*denotes five handed deal
TCOOP Event #46: $215 Sunday Warm-Up TCOOP Special
The Sunday Warm-Up is a well-attended tournament at the best of times, but it seems if you call something “special” and add a turbo format to it, the players go crazy for it! In total, 5,157 players bought in and built a $1,031,400 prize pool, meaning the top two finishers would pick up six-figure scores for less than five hours work!
|7||T 54 T 97s||$23,206.50|
TCOOP Event #47: $2,100 NL Hold’em High Roller
The $2,100 High Roller attracted, as you would expect, some of the finest poker players this game has to offer. And no wonder. The $2,190,000 prize pool created by the 1,095 entrants would attract anyone who thought they had any sort of an edge in this game. It would be a simpler task to list the big names who were not in the tournament! Here’s the final table results.
TCOOP Event #48: $320 8-Game
Mixed games were on the agenda for the 48th event of this year’s TCOOP, 8-Game to be exact. A field of 620 runners built a prize pool of $186,000, the majority of which was shared between glosik of Ukraine and NAR74 of Russia when they split the remaining prize pool heads-up.
*denotes heads-up deal
TCOOP Event #49: $700 NL Hold’em Main Event
The TCOOP Main Event obliterated its $2 million guarantee because by the time registration had closed, 5,060 players had bought in and that meant $3,364,900 was being played for. Absolutely fantastic.
The final seven-players on the final table opted to chop the prize pool up, leaving $40,000 aside for the eventual champion. That champion is Sweden’s “frma1103”. Congratulations!
*denotes seven-handed chop
TCOOP Event #50: $215 Supersonic Wrap-Up Hyper Turbo
The 50th and final event of the TCOOP saw 3,749 players compete for a slice of the $790,289.20 prize pool in the $215 buy-in Supersonic.
The Hyper-Turbo format saw this large field reduced to just one in a two hours eleven minutes! This means the eventual champion, pierrott77, won $947.16 for every MINUTE he was sat down!
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