Yuri Martins Wins SCOOP Event 15-H for $205,000



Even under the toughest circumstances, top player Yuri Martins finds a way to win in the most technical online tournaments. On day four of SCOOP 2023, he left the final table of Event 15-H: $10,300 and a podium finish. Account holder “theNERDguy” won a total of $205,131.

Yuri even had 8 BBS when she decided to start. When his hole card was 3♥3♠, he declared all-in without even thinking about it. Dzmitry “Colisea” Urbanovich was the only one who paid and put K♦Q♦ on the table. A 4♠J♦6♠J♥8♦ edge gave Yuri the lead as he doubled up.

After leaving the last seat, Yuri made another preflop all-in. With A♣Q♠ against A♥K♠, Daniil “NVoskob1986” Kiselev won his first FT knockout on the back of A♠4♣6♦10♦Q♦.

Yuris Partner in 9Tales, Rodrigo Selouan is the deck’s next victim. In a seven-handed game, he paid off a 4-bet all-in by Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro with A♥Q♠. Holding A♠J♦, the Finn found his out on a flop of 9♥J♠2♣ and sent the Parana native home.

Yuri remained far behind the leader and was saved by another Bad Beat boost. He beat Pablo Brito’s A♣10♣ with A♥9♥ and the 9♠ river rocked like never before.

The other finalists had to pay dearly for the saves. After packing, Yuri took the lead and never looked back. On the 3-handed table, he opened with Q♥Q♠ on the button and called “PAX176’s” 3-bet all-in with A♠Q♦. The 2♠9♣J♥3♥3♠ lead didn’t surprise Yuri, and he settled for a heads-up formation.

Without making Kelopuro dream to react, it took Yuri a few minutes to break out and end the fight. In the final hand, he went all-in pre-flop with A♣10♣. With K♠Q♥, the European has no chance of landing 8♣10♠2♦7♣2♥.

Event 15-H will feature 76 games, including 52 singles, with $760,000 in prizes to be given away. View breakdown:

1. Yuri “theNERDguy” Martins (Brazil) $205,131

2. Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro (Finland) $153,463

3 . “PAX176” (Poland) $115,078

4. Pablo “pabritz” Brito (Poland) $86,193

5. Dzmitry “Colisea” Urbanovich (Poland) $64,559

6. “Heidegger807” (Canada) $48,354

7. Rodrigo “SELOUAN1991” Selouan (Brazil) $36,217

8. Daniil “NVoskob1986” Kiselev (Russia) $27,127 US$

9. Pascal “Pass_72” Lefrancois (Canada) $23,694

Comments (3)

  • This text provides a detailed account of Yuri Martins’ impressive performance in the SCOOP 2023 tournament, showcasing his strategic decisions and successful outcomes in various hands. The text also includes information on the prize breakdown and the final rankings of the players.

  • Adaline.zulauf

    This text describes the impressive performance of Yuri Martins in the SCOOP 2023 tournament, showcasing his ability to win even in challenging situations. It provides a detailed account of the hands he played and the opponents he defeated, ultimately leading to his victory and the breakdown of prize money for the top players.

  • Gunnar.armstrong

    This text describes Yuri Martins’ impressive performance in the online poker tournament SCOOP 2023, showcasing his skill and ability to overcome tough situations. Despite facing challenges, Yuri emerged victorious, winning $205,131 and securing first place in Event 15-H.

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