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Camosci, Suvarna, and Weis Win Final EPT Paris High Rollers

A Look At The Results From The High-Stakes Events Down The Stretch Of The Festival In France


The 2024 European Poker Tour Paris is now in the books, with several big high-roller events wrapping up during the final days of the series, including the final two €25,000 buy-in tournaments among the six that were offered during the festival.

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

Enrico CamosciWith 63 total entries, the penultimate €25,000 no-limit hold’em event ended up with a prize pool of $1,600,301 that was paid out among the top eight finishers. The single-day affair ended with Italy’s Enrico Camosci as the champion. The bracelet winner took home $488,117 for the win, the second-largest payday of his career. He now has nearly $3.1 million in recorded lifetime earnings.

Steve O’Dwyer finishes as the runner-up, earning $320,058 for his first live cash of 2024. The score pushed him over $41 million in career earnings, good for 12th on poker’s all-time money list for the time being.

Daniel Dvoress recorded his fifth final-table finish of the series in this event, placing sixth for $104,004. All told, he accumulated $1,060,419 and 1,288 Card Player Player of the Year points during this festival, enough to see him climb to 23rd in the 2024 POY standings presented by Global Poker.

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Enrico Camosci $488,117 504
2 Steve O’Dwyer $320,058 420
3 Maksim Vaskresenski $232,038 336
4 Evgeniy Tereshchenko $176,040 252
5 Ben Heath $136,026 210
6 Daniel Dvoress $104,004 168
7 Bryn Kenney $80,028 126
8 Marius Gierse $63,990 84

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

Santhosh SuvarnaThe final €25,000 buy-in saw 43 entries build a $1,092,269 prize pool. Bracelet winner Santhosh Suvarna was the last player standing. He took home $376,769 after defeating Samuel Ju heads-up for the title.

Suvarna has already accrued more than $7 million in tournament earnings across his first 27 in-the-money finishes.

Chris Brewer, who finished runner-up in the €50,0000 buy-in event earlier this series, placed fourth in this tournament for $125,604. The score saw him surpass $22 million in career earnings.

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Santhosh Suvarna $376,769 420
2 Samuel Ju $245,808 350
3 Jamil Wakil $169,344 280
4 Chris Brewer $125,604 210
5 Viacheslav Buldygin $98,280 175
6 Sam Greenwood $76,464 140

2024 EPT Paris €10,300 No-Limit Hold’em

Oliver WeisThe €10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em high roller that ran from Feb. 23-25 attracted 512 entries, building a prize pool of more than $5.3 million. Germany’s Oliver Weis came away with the title and $1,047,816.

This was the first seven-figure score for Weis, blowing away his previous top payday of $406,900 earned for taking down a high roller at the 2017 PokerStars Championship Macau stop. His career earnings now exceed $3.6 million.

Weis was also awarded 2,100 POY points for the win. This was his first deep run of the year, but it was sufficient to move him into third place in the POY rankings.

Place Player Earnings POY Points
1 Oliver Weis $1,047,816 2,100
2 Luca Marki $655,290 1,750
3 Sergey Lebedev $468,018 1,400
4 Ihar Soika $360,072 1,050
5 Stanislav Zegal $277,020 875
6 Carlos Ribeiro $213,084 700
7 Nikita Kuznetcov $163,944 525
8 Alexander Tkatschew $126,090 350
9 Tomi Brouk $98,226 175

Photo credits: Eloy Cabacas, Manuel Kovsca / Rational Intellectual Holdings Ltd.