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This Week's Big Winner: Ole Schemion Continues To Dominate Poker Tournament High Roller Circuit German Poker Pro Wins EPT Grand Final Super High Roller

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jun 08, 2016


The EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo is always one of the biggest tournament series on the European Poker Tour and the €100,000 buy-in super high roller is no exception, often creating some of the most lucrative prize pools in the game today. The 2016 edition drew a field of 61 players, creating a total prize pool of more than $6.7 million. In the end, the title went to 23-year-old poker pro Ole Schemion, who has found a winning strategy on the high roller tournament circuit with 12 career titles and five straight years with at least $1.5 million in earnings. With the $1,829,002 that he picked up for his latest victory, Schemion now has four seven-figure scores on his poker resume and he narrowly missed out on adding a fifth just a few days later in the €50,000 buy-in event which he finished second in for $977,255. In total, ...

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