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Teun Mulder and Daniel Dvoress Capture Latest EPT Paris High Roller Titles

A Look At The Recent High Roller Results At Palais des Congres de Paris


The 2024 European Poker Tour Paris festival continues to roll on inside the Palais des Congres de Paris. In this article, we will take a look at the two most recent high-roller events (featuring buy-ins of €25,000 or higher) to have wrapped up at the series. There are seven such events on offer at this year’s EPT Paris. A recap of the first three can be found HERE.

2024 EPT Paris €25,000 No-Limit Hold’em III

Teun MulderThe third €25,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em single-day high roller of the festival drew a field of 51 total entries, building a prize pool worth nearly $1.3 million when rendered in US dollars. The top seven finishers made the money, with a min-cash being worth $67,986 to three-time bracelet winner Joao Vieira.

The largest payout awarded went to champion Teun Mulder. The Dutch poker pro took home $421,060 for the win. This was the fifth-largest recorded tournament score of his career. It increased his lifetime earnings to nearly $8.4 million.

Mulder won the same buy-in level tournament at the 2023 EPT Paris festival, also. The longtime online crusher now has eight recorded tournament victories under his belt from 49 in-the-money finishes.

Daniel Dvoress recorded his third final-table finish of the series in this one, placing fifth for $110,106 just a few days after winning the second €25,000 offered in Paris this year. The Canadian was not yet done padding his stats in the City of Light, though.

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Teun Mulder $421,060 420
2 Imad Derwiche $278,532 350
3 Jean Noel Thorel $187,866 280
4 Roman Hrabec $142,506 210
5 Daniel Dvoress $110,106 175
6 Leon Sturm $87,426 140
7 Joao Vieira $67,986 105

2024 EPT Paris €25,000 No-Limit Hold’em IV

The day after his fifth-place showing in the third €25,000 high roller, Daniel Dvoress managed to emerge victorious from a field of 34 entries in the fourth such event to secure his second title at the festival.

The $297,842 payout he earned as the champion increased his career earnings to more than $31.9 million. The Mississauga, Ontario resident remains in fourth place on Canada’s all-time money list. He is one of just 22 players in the history of the game to have accumulated more than $30 million in recorded tournament earnings.

In addition to the money, Dvoress also earned 336 Card Player Player of the Year points for the win. With his two titles and four cashes for $956,415 in POY earnings, Dvoress has climbed to 27th place in this year’s POY standings presented by Global Poker.

Four-time bracelet winner Adrian Mateos earned $194,292 for his second runner-up finish of the series.

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Daniel Dvoress $297,842 336
2 Adrian Mateos $194,292 280
3 Markkos Ladev $133,920 224
4 Niklas Astedt $99,360 168
5 Tamas Adamszki $77,760 140
6 Artur Martirosian $60,480 112

Photo credits: Manuel Kovsca / Rational Intellectual Holdings Ltd.