Spraggy kicked off another session on his Twitch channel with some great finals and tournaments in this Thursday’s WCOOP lineup. One of them is Event #80-M ($109 Progressive KO). In front of a large audience, the anchor succeeded in a one-on-one challenge, and it seemed only a matter of time before he took the lead and won the championship. But the story doesn’t have a happy ending.
With over 50 contestants still remaining, the British took the lead and held it until the FT was formed. He ran the ball well, hit the ball well, and showed great balance in the one-on-one with “hownorez.” When HU was formed, the two had just over 100 in the big blind. Through patience, the streamer managed to secure important pots and take the lead.
The number of viewers on Twitch reached staggering numbers as he held down 107 big blinds against the Austrian’s 40 big blinds, with over 10,000 people cheering him on for the third installment in the series . Suddenly, Spraggy loses connection to the PokerStars table and his broadcast automatically stops. As usual, the “hownorez” noticed the problem and sat down to help.
Minutes In the past, PokerStars had to take drastic action. Parker Talbot, “tonkaaaa” and PokerStars Ambassador Spraggy, entered the chat room as a moderator and the match was manually stopped. The Canadian thanked “hownorez” for fair play and promised Sprague will return soon. The Austrian told him not to hesitate as it was already 2:33am local time.
It took the Brit 20 minutes to come back: “I’m sorry man. What a huge nightmare. Thank you. “Wait, legend” was the word of thanks in the chat. “Now you Can beat me,” “hownorez” replied. The two played out the first few hands in conversation, with the Austrian even stating that Spraggy didn’t have to relax after not three bets.
PokerStars Ambassador Restored went live, but the number of digital viewers dropped sharply to 2,000. The match lasted for a while and the number of viewers even doubled, but it was no longer suitable for Spraggi’s game. The Austrian was rewarded for his fair play , turned the tables and became the champion after going all-in on a high-pair flop against a flush draw. Hownorez’s flush earned him the title and $41,601. Spraggy finished in second place for $30,252.