Friday April 12, 2024 at 5:37 pm

Get ready for the 2024 Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP). PokerStars released a full schedule for this year's SCOOP, which marks its 16th installment, and will begin on May 5 and run through May 29. There will be a total of 128 events and like all COOPs, this will have three tiers of buy-ins with low, medium, and high buy-in levels. You can join in on the action for as low as $2.20 or take a shot at a High Roller if you have $25K sitting in your PokerStars account.


Happy 16! It's wild to think about the earliest days of the Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP). Chris Moneymaker won the WSOP Main Event in 2003 which helped fuel the online poker boom, especially at PokerStars. And five springs later, the Spring Championship of Online Poker was born with the first running of SCOOP in 2008. A total of 15 SCOOPs are in the history books, and the 2024 SCOOP will mark the 16th running of the popular online series at PokerStars.

The 16th running of SCOOP kicks off on Sunday, May 5 at PokerStars and will run for most of the month and ending on May 29. Satellites are running on PokerStars as we speak.

This year's schedule features 128 events and $75 million in guaranteed prize pools. The lowest buy-in this year will be $2.20 for a low tournament and the highest price tag is $25,000 for the highest tier. With the trio of tiers -- low, medium, and high -- online poker players from all walks of life have a chance to take part in the SCOOP action. Winners of each tournament will take home a swanky SCOOP trophy to mark their excellence this spring.

This year includes daily guarantees of at least $2 million through May 27.

2024 also marks the first year that PokerStars embraced Myster Bounty tournaments where players are awarded mystery bounties after the money bubble pops. Yes, this is the latest fad and rage in the tournament realm, so buckle up! You never know what mystery will reveal itself during this special events. The 2024 SCOOP includes 12-tiered Mystery Bounty events with buy-ins ranging from $3.30 up to $5,200. There will be a total of $7.5 million in guaranteed prize pools for these Mystery Bounty events.

Set your calendar for May 26, which is when the 2024 SCOOP Main Event begins for both NLHE and PLO enthusiasts. The lowest buy-in will be $109.

The $109 NLHE Main Event Low has a guaranteed prize pool of $2 million. The $1,050 NLHE Main Event Medium has a $3.5 million guarantee. The $10,300 NLHE Main Event High has a whopping $5 million guarantee.

Felipe 'lipe piv' Boianovsky from Brazil is the defending SCOOP Main Event champion. He shipped the Main Event High for a score worth $1,036,199 at the 2023 SCOOP.

The PLO Main Events have buy-ins ranging between $215 and $5,200. All three take place on May 26.

The $215 PLO Main Event Low has a guaranteed prize poo worth $250K. The $1,050 PLO Main Event Medium has a $400K guarantee. The $5,200 PLO Main Event High has a guarantee of $500K.

There's some other events to keep tabs on. On the opening day, there's a $1,050 Sunday High Roller on Sunday May 5 which has a $1 million guarantee. On May 27, there's the $25K NLHE Super High Roller which has a guarantee of $1 million.

Get ready for a pair of Super Tuesdays with a $1,050 buy-in on May 7 and May 21 that has a $500K guarantee.

But wait, there's more! How about a trio of Thursday Thrills? These $215 buy-in events each have a guaranteed prize pool worth $600K.

The Power Path route will provide online poker players a juicy opportunity to qualify for some of the biggest events on the 2024 SCOOP schedule for a modest investment. Silver and Gold Power Passes can be redeemed right now for SCOOP ticket bundles. There's also a special Silver Power Path SCOOP Main Event ticket bundle!


Gold Power Path SCOOP Ticket Bundle:

  • 1x $530 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 3x $215 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 6x $109 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 7x $55 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 8x $22 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 10x $11 SCOOP 2024 Ticket


Silver Power Path SCOOP Ticket Bundle:

  • 2x $1,050 SCOOP 2024 Main Event Ticket
  • 2x $109 SCOOP 2024 Main Event Ticket
  • 8x $22 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • T$ 6


Silver Power Path SCOOP Main Event Ticket Bundle:

  • 1x $5,200 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 4x $1,050 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 5x $109 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • 6x $55 SCOOP 2024 Ticket
  • T$ 25


Stay tuned for alternative route to qualify for SCOOP, which PokerStars will announce soon. A complete 2024 SCOOP schedule of events can be found on the PokerStars lobby under the SCOOP tab.

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