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    Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 by t2admin

The PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker was in full swing last week and a group of Australian players have been playing very strong in the competition. Jarred “FlopNutsOnYou” Graham is the leader of the Australian group of poker players by having cashed out in four SCOOP events.

Graham earned $50,000 in just one week by cashing out in four SCOOP tournaments. His best finish came in event #17 which was a $1,575 Pot limit Omaha Six-Max event with re-buys. Another player who has earned four cash outs is James “AndyMcLEOD” Obst whose best finish was with Event #4 where he earned $15,000.

Grant Levy, a PokerStars Team Australia member, made the final table in event #8 which earned him just over $12,000 while “CNT_CRUSHER” also of Australia, earned a 9th place finish in event #12 where he earned $14,000.

Two final table finishes during the SCOOP would go to Rayan ‘rkrouk’ Nathan when he participated in Event #13 and Event #17. He would earn 4th and 7th respectively and earn a total of $37,531 for his efforts.

Several poker pros are from Down Under and many more are sure to finish in the money as the SCOOP finishes up. A few players from Australia are: Tony G, Jefferey Lisandro, David Saab, Marsha Waggoner, Mel Judah, Gary Benson and Billy Argyros.

The PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker is a large poker tournament series where each event has three levels of play. Players will find a low buy-in, a medium buy-in and a high buy-in for each event. The entire series is offering a guaranteed prize pool total of $45,000,000 so players are sure to earn nice paydays from each event. Players from all over the world compete in the event including many poker pros.

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