PokerStars pro Jason Mercier continued his recent tear, beating a talented field in the Spring Championship of Online Poker on Sunday for his third title in the tournament series this week.
Mercier’s latest victory came in the $2,100 NL Hold’em 4-Max. To get the title, Mercier had to beat a final table that included Calvin “cal42688″ Anderson — a six-time SCOOP winner — and Ryan “HITTHEPANDA” Franklin.
He and Franklin agreed to a chop that left $8,000 to the winner and the title of champion of this event. In the end, Mercier needed a bit of luck to take down the championship, coming from behind with a pair of nines when he hit a set against Franklin’s pair of tens. Mercier won $178,000 for the victory, while Franklin won $153K. Anderson finished third for $68,000.
The tournament was a two-day event with a deep blind structure and nearly 400 entries.
It continues an amazing run for Mercier, who is better known for his prowess in live tournaments. First he won the $2,100 fixed-limit Badugi event for $39K. Then, on the next night, he took down the $2K no-limit Draw tourney for $34K.
This title brings his total to six in “COOP” events (including the World Championship of Online Poker and Turbo Championship of Online Poker, also staged by PokerStars).
You can catch up with all of the SCOOP action at PokerStars’ blog.
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