2014 Spring Championship of Online Poker Preliminary Schedule Released

by | Published: Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

PokerStars released its preliminary schedule for the 2014 Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) late last week. The annual poker event will tentatively include 45 events, each featuring three different buy-in ranges (low, medium, and high), which will create 135 tournaments for players to participate in.

The tournament will kick off on Sunday, May 4 and culminate with a Main Event on Sunday, May 18. The Main Event features buy-ins of $109 (low), $1,050 (medium), and $10,300 (high). Viktor Blom won the Main Event last year. He took home $1,096,200 after defeating Noah Boeken heads-up for the title. Other previous winners include: Nick Grippo (2012), Sami Kelopuro (2011), Ryan Fair (2010), and Jude Ainsworth (2009).

The 2014 schedule contains several different poker variations, including: limit hold’em, pot-limit Omaha, H.O.R.S.E., five-card draw, 2-7 single draw, and budugi.

Since the tournament isn’t set in stone yet, the guaranteed prize pools and tournament structures have yet to be determined.

In the meantime, here’s a look at a selection of the preliminary schedule for the 2014 PokerStars Championship of Online Poker:

Sunday, May 4
11:00 EDT — Event 1-L: $27 NL Hold’em (6-Max)
11:00 EDT — Event 1-M: $215 NL Hold’em (6-Max)
11:00 EDT — Event 1-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em (6-Max)

14:30 EDT — Event 2-L: $27 NL Hold’em
14:30 EDT — Event 2-M: $215 NL Hold’em
14:30 EDT — Event 2-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em

17:00 EDT — Event 3-L: $11 NL Hold’em Turbo Super Knockout
17:00 EDT — Event 3-M: $109 NL Hold’em Turbo Super Knockout
17:00 EDT — Event 3-H: $1,050 NL Hold’em Turbo Super Knockout

17:00 EDT — Event 6-L: $7.50 NL Hold’em (Turbo w/ Rebuys)
17:00 EDT — Event 6-M: $82 NL Hold’em (Turbo w/ Rebuys)
17:00 EDT — Event 6-H: $700 NL Hold’em (Turbo w/ Rebuys)

Saturday, May 10
11:00 EDT — Event 19-L: $27 NL Hold’em (6-Max Shootout)
11:00 EDT — Event 19-M: $215 NL Hold’em (6-Max Shootout)
11:00 EDT — Event 19-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em (6-Max Shootout)

14:00 EDT — Event 20-L: $27 PL Omaha (6-Max w/ Rebuys)
14:00 EDT — Event 20-M: $215 PL Omaha (6-Max w/ Rebuys)
14:00 EDT — Event 20-H: $2,100 PL Omaha (6-Max w/ Rebuys)

17:00 EDT — Event 21-L: $27 NL Hold’em (Turbo Zoom)
17:00 EDT — Event 21-M: $215 NL Hold’em (Turbo Zoom)
17:00 EDT — Event 21-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em (Turbo Zoom)

Sunday, May 11
11:00 EDT — Event 22-L: $27 NL Hold’em
11:00 EDT — Event 22-M: $215 NL Hold’em
11:00 EDT — Event 22-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em

14:30 EDT — Event 23-L: $27 NL Hold’em
14:30 EDT — Event 23-M: $215 NL Hold’em
14:30 EDT — Event 23-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em

17:00 EDT — Event 24-L: $11 PL Omaha (Six-Max Turbo w/ Rebuys)
17:00 EDT — Event 24-M: $109 PL Omaha (Six-Max Turbo w/ Rebuys)
17:00 EDT — Event 24-H: $1,050 PL Omaha (Six-Max Turbo w/ Rebuys)

Sunday, May 18
11:00 EDT — Event 43-L: $27 NL Hold’em (8-Max)
11:00 EDT — Event 43-M: $215 NL Hold’em (8-Max)
11:00 EDT — Event 43-H: $2,100 NL Hold’em (8-Max)

14:30 EDT — Event 44-L: $109 NL Hold’em Main Event
14:30 EDT — Event 44-M: $1,050 NL Hold’em Main Event
14:30 EDT — Event 44-H: $10,300 NL Hold’em Main Event

17:00 EDT — Event 45-L: $11 NL Hold’em Wrap-Up (Turbo Re-entry)
17:00 EDT — Event 45-M: $109 NL Hold’em Wrap-Up (Turbo Re-entry)
17:00 EDT — Event 45-H: $1,050 NL Hold’em Wrap-Up (Turbo Re-entry)

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