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Ole Schemion is Beat by Fabian Quoss in 2016 EPT Grand Final €50,000 Super High Roller

Written By: Maya Michaels | May 3, 2016 | Posted In Poker News

Fabian Quoss has done it, Fabian won the €50,000 Single Day Super High Roller in the 2016 Monte – Carlo® Casino and  Pokerstars  EPT Grand Final for a total of  €849,059 which followed a heads up deal with Ole Schemion a Fellow German Star.

The Final Table Results were as follows:

First Place went to Fabian Quoss from Germany with a total winning of €849,059

Second Place went to Ole Shemion from Germany with a total winning of €857,241

Third Place went to Aidyn Auyezkanov from Kazakhstan with a total winning of €463,510

Fourth Place went to Murad Akhundov from Azerbaijan with a total winning of €349,760

Fifth Place went to Fedor Holz from Germany with a total winning of €271,670

Sixth Place went to Mikita Badziakouski from Belarus with a total winning of €210,530

Seventh Place went to Michael Bonzon from Switzerland with a total winning of €166,400

Eighth Place went to David Peters from the United States with a total winning of €129,050

Ninth Place went to Steve O’Dwyer from Irelandwith a total winning of €98,480

This event ran over a total of 17 hours on Sunday, the final two competitors Ole Shemion and Fabian Quoss, halted the action at 5:30am with the plan to finish the game on another day.  Both of these players were alive in the €5,300 Main Event, yet busted well before the days end on Monday in that Event which ultimately allowed them both to finish the play in this this big buy in affair.

These two players could not come to an agreement on a deal on Sunday night, but they were able to shake hands on the chop before they resumed the action on Monday.

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