The 250,000 Spin & Go jackpot was won at PokerStars by a Russian online poker player with the interesting nickname SolidPenis. It should be noted that the sum was won while streaming live on Twitch.
The Russian fan of poker joined Bertrand Grospellier, Rupert Elder, and Doug Polk, who had already broken a record for earning the biggest amount while playing their favorite game broadcasting on Twitch.
ElkY took the fifth place and earned $80,000 in the $2,100 Buy-In Spring Championships of Online Poker (SCOOP) Event. At that moment, he was streaming his game on Twitch.
Rupert Elder achieved victory in the Winning Poker Network (WPN) Sunday Major and pocketed 124,000 dollars. To be sure, he streamed his gaming session on the world's leading video platform and community for gamers.
Doug Polk broke the Elder’s record collecting $162,000 in the $700 Buy-In Kilimanjaro Tournament streaming his game.
The $25 Spin & Go jackpot session allowed the player from Russia to earn 250,000 euros. We can hardly imagine what was on his mind while selecting a nickname. However, he decided to call himself SolidPenis. Thanks to Twitch, this nickname has become famous.
The winner could not believe that he was lucky enough to win this life-changing amount, especially taking into account the fact that the runner up and the third-place finisher received only 25 thousand euros.
The broadcast of the event by SolidPenis was absolutely priceless for those who enjoy pure and exciting emotions. To be sure, the first reaction of the winner was absolute happiness and gratitude to the entire world and the whole humanity.
It is worth mentioning that the winner is not a professional poker player. He is just an amateur from Siberia.