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Antonio Buonanno Wins 2014 EPT Grand Final Main Event

Antonio BuonannoAfter ten hours of heads-up play, the longest one-on-one battle in European Poker Tour history, Italy’s Antonio Buonanno finally defeated Britain’s Jack Salter to win the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final main event. At around 7:00 AM in Monaco, roughly 18 hours after the eight-handed final table began, the 47-year-old finally lifted the trophy.

“It was very hard and very long. Salter is a good player and it was very difficult to win this EPT,” said Buonanno after the marathon battle. “I played five days very short-stacked but I think I played good poker yesterday and today.”

In addition to the title and the trophy Buonanno also earned the €1,240,000 ($ 1,715,439 USD) first-place prize and 2,100 Card Player Player of the Year points, enough to move him into a tie for tenth place in the overall Player of the Year race standings.

In 2013 the EPT Grand Final main event final table featured some of the biggest names in the game, including Daniel Negreanu, Jason Mercier, Jake Cody, Johnny Lodden, Noah Schwartz, Andrew Pantling and eventual champ Steve O’Dwyer. This year’s final table was remarkable for quite a different reason: seven of the eight finalists satellited their way into the event. Eighth place finisher Sebastian Bredthauer didn’t even have to invest any of his own money, making his was to a $ 178,184 payday after qualifying using PokerStars VPPs (loyalty points).

Jack SalterBuonanno, a former clothing store owner who has traveled the EPT circuit for the past four years and has a big final table at the WSOP under his belt, was the only player to directly buy-in. The other seven combined to invest only €1,700 between them in qualifying for the €10,600 buy-in event. They cashed out for a total of €2.7 million.

Runner-up Jack Salter earned €765,000 and 1,750 POY points for his deep run, but surely will be disappointed after holding the chip lead for much of heads-up play and having three huge all-in hands where he was ahead or flipping to win the tournament, but failed to win any of them. He kept his composure, but the steady Buonanno was able to stretch his advantage until the final hand arose.

With unprecedented (for the EPT) blinds of 150,000 /300,000 with a 40,000 ante, Buonanno raised to 600,000 from the button with the ASpade Suit4Heart Suit and Salter moved all-in for just under 5 million with the KDiamond Suit7Diamond Suit. Buonanno called and the board ran out JHeart Suit9Spade Suit2Heart SuitQDiamond Suit3Spade Suit to secure the pot and the title for Buonanno. Salter, who had one prior final table finish in 2014 already, now sits in 13th place in the overall standings.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photos courtesy of PokerStars / Neil Stoddart.

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Philipp Gruissem Wins EPT Grand Final €25,000 High Roller

Philipp GruissemThe 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final €25,000 no-limit hold’em high roller drew a record field of 214 entries, building a prizepool of €5,243,000 ($ 7,271,855 USD). The top 31 finishers made the money, but after three days of high stakes action only one player would away victorious. In the end German high roller extraordinaire Philipp Gruissem was that player, capturing his 14th career tournament title and the first place prize of €993,963 ($ 1,378,592 USD). As a result the 27-year-old from Aachen increased his lifetime live tournament earnings to over $ 9.4 million, enough to overtake Pius Heinz as the highest earning German player in live tournament history.

In addition to the title and the prize money Gruissem also earned 1,260 Card Player Player of the Year points, enough to catapult him into 40th in the overall POY standings. This was his first final table showing in 2014 after making seven in 2013, winning three titles and cashing for nearly $ 4.5 million throughout last year.

Gruissem entered the eight-handed final table in the middle of the pack, but made it down to heads-up play with American pro Scott Seiver with a solid chip lead after eliminating third-place finisher Davidi Kitai. Seiver and Gruissem, who had played heads-up for a super high roller title last fall at the WPT Alpha8 London, made a deal that guaranteed the former €857,637 and the later €993,963. They also agreed to flip for the title and the trophy.

Scott SeiverOn the first hand Seiver was all-in with 3Heart Suit2Heart Suit and Gruissem somehow picked up the QHeart SuitQDiamond Suit. The board ran out KClub Suit10Spade Suit4Heart SuitAClub Suit8Club Suit to secure the pot and the title for Gruissem. Seiver took home his prize money and 1,050 POY points. This was his third POY qualified final table of the year, having finished fifth in the Aussie Millions $ 25,000 event for $ 233,408 and seventh in the Aussie Millions main event for another $ 152,235. He also won a small €5,200 pot-limit Omaha side event at the EPT Grand Final just days prior to this event. As a result of all of that Seiver now sits in 15th place in the overall POY standings.

Fifth place finisher Byron Kaverman, who finished runner-up in the World Poker Tour Championship at Borgata last week, earned another €337,650 and 525 POY points. These two scores and a smaller final table finish in a $ 1,000 event at the Borgata in January combined to move Kaverman into 12th place in the POY rankings.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photos courtesy of PokerStars / Neil Stoddart.

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Daniel Colman Wins EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller

Daniel ColmanA record-setting 62 entries were made in the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final €100,000 eight-max no-limit hold’em super high roller event, building a gigantic prize pool of €6,015,240. After three action packed days the €1,539,300 first-place prize was awarded to 23-year-old American heads-up sit-n-go specialist Daniel “mrGR33N13” Colman. Colman, who currently lives in Rio de Janeiro, topped a final table packed with an exciting mix of top tournament pros and Macau cash game regulars.

Coleman Brazil, entered the final table in the middle of the pack, but was able to rebuild and entered three-handed play with nosebleed cash game regular Daniel “jungleman12” Cates and super high roller tournament specialist Igor Kurganov holding roughly 7.2 million of the 15.5 million chips in play. The three paused to make a deal, eventually agreeing to lock up the payouts listed below and then play for another few hundred thousand Euro. Here’s a look at the deal:

Daniel Colman €1,298,300
Daniel Cates €1,168,000
Igor Kurganov €1,128,300

Another €241,000 would go to the eventual winner and €115,400 to the runner up. Kurganov came into the final table with by far the shortest stack but managed to survive to the final three. His run ended there, however, when he called a shove from the big blind with AClub Suit2Club Suit for his last 10 big blinds and failed to win against Colman’s QSpade Suit8Diamond Suit small-blind shove after the board ran out AHeart SuitQHeart Suit10Diamond Suit9Club Suit8Spade Suit. Kurganov earned €1,128,300 ($ 1,561,116 USD) and 480 Card Player Player of the Year points for his sixth final-table showing in an event with a $ 100,000 buy-in or higher. Kurganov’s lifetime live earnings now exceed $ 7.4 million.

Heads-up play between Colman and Cates with the later holding a roughly 5-to-3 chiplead. That lead was short lived however, with Colman quickly regaining the advantage and then extending it. By the time the final hand arose Colman had a more than 6-to-1 advantage. Cates moved all-in from the button for 11 big-blinds with QDiamond Suit10Club Suit and Colman made the call with KHeart Suit6Heart Suit. The board ran out 9Diamond Suit6Diamond Suit3Club Suit3Heart SuitAHeart Suit to secure the pot and the title for Colman.

For his runner-up showing up showing Cates earned the largest score of his tournament career, €1,283,400 ($ 1,776,127 USD) and 600 POY points. Seventh place finisher Ole Schemion had just taken down the EPT Sanremo €10,300 no-limit hold’em high roller for €265,000 less than a week earlier. He’s made five final tables in 2014 and now sits in 24th place in the overall standings as a result, with year-to-date earnings of $ 1,304,847.

Here is a look at the chip counts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photo courtesy of PokerStars / Neil Stoddart.

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Lo Shing Fung Leads EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller Final Table

Lo Shing FungA record-setting 62 entries were made in the 2014 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final €100,000 eight-max no-limit hold’em super high roller event, building a gigantic prize pool of €6,015,240. The money raised from the 50 unique entrants and 12 re-entries will be paid out to the top eight finishers, with the first-place prize of €1,804,000 going to the eventual champion.

With the elimination of 2014 Card Player Player of the Year contender Mike McDonald in 9th place on the six-figure money bubble the final table of eight was set. The chip leader with 4,558,000 in chips is Lo Shing Fung, a 51-year-old high stakes player who lives in Macau.

Coming into the the day in second chip position is Ole Schemion with The 21-year-old German pro who had just taken down the EPT Sanremo €10,300 no-limit hold’em high roller for €265,000 less than a week ago and is poised to add another huge score to his already impressive live career earnings of more than $ 4.7 million. Given the huge buy-in it’s no surprise the table is rounded out with high stakes tournament and cash game players like Dan “jungleman12” Cates, Olivier Busquet, Igor Kurganov, Paul Phua and Richard Yong.

The final eight are all guaranteed at least a €241,000 payday on Saturday. Daniel “mrgr33n13” Colman, who will enter the final day third in chips, was the only player to re-enter the event more than once, committing €300,000 to the tournament. As a result, the high stakes online player will have to place seventh or better to show a profit in this event.

Here is a look at the chip counts of the final eight:

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Card Player Poker Tour: Dave Pollock Leads Irish Open Unofficial Final Table

After three days of poker at the 2014 Card Player Poker Tour Paddy Power Irish Open, the unofficial final table is set and Dave Pollock is the chip leader heading into the final day of play (Note: A final table of nine is customary in the U.S., but most official final tables in Europe are eight-handed). Pollock ended the day with 1,700,000 in chips, but is followed closely behind by Liam Chevalier, who bagged 1,655,000.

When the day started, breaking the money bubble was the first thing on everbody’s mind. 59 players showed up to start the penultimate day of the event, but only 47 would leave the tournament with a live cash to their resume.

Just under two hours into the day, Konstantinos Tsikopoulos was eliminated on the bubble when his ADiamond SuitKHeart Suit couldn’t hold up against Barry Donovan’s 10Spade Suit8Spade Suit and he was eliminated on the bubble in 48th place.

Barry DonovanDonovan, who comes to the unofficial final table third in chips with 1,565,000, was very close to being out of the tournament. Donovan was all in with 14 players remaining with A-4 against Chevalier’s A-10 for his tournament life. The board ran out 5-5-3-K-Q and neither the dealer, Chevalier, or Donovan realized that the pot should be chopped. The supervisor came over, handed Donovan his 14th place payout ticket, and Donovan was escorted to the cage.

After the hand, Thomas O’Shea and Jonathan Lundy made a comment to the dealer that they thought the hand should have been chopped. The rest of the table agreed and the tournament staff was called back over to the table. After confirming the two hands and the board, the staff went back and got Donovan from the cage, recreated the pot, chopped it, and put him back in the tournament.

That not only kept Donovan alive in the tournament, but also in the Sole Survivor competition.

The competition is for anybody who satellites into the event through Paddy Power. Those people are kept track of throughout the tournament and the final six of the Sole Survivors cash in the competition. Second through sixth place win a free entry into the 2015 Irish Open and first place earns €50,000.

The Donovan “elimination” would have sent him home in seventh place in the Sole Survivor competition and burst the bubble. Instead, he locks up at least a complimentary entry into the 2015 Irish Open, along with whatever prize money he wins on top of it.

Joining Donovan for the final day, are four other Sole Survivors, which means that the race for €50,000 will end at the final table. Pollock, Donovan, Patrick Clarke, Jonathan Lundy, and Michael Gilligan are the players still alive in the competition.

Jesse MayAt the start of the day, there were quite a few well-known players alive for the title. Pratyush Buddiga was eliminated shy of the money, while Samantha Cohen and David Masters both earned themselves a cash in the event finishing in 26th and 19th place, respectively.

Jesse May, who is more well-known for his commentary work which earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 European Poker Awards, also came into the day very healthy on chips and looking to make a deep run. May fell short of the final table, finishing in 17th place for €7,599.

The final nine players will return to the tournament area on Monday afternoon at 2 pm local time to play down to a winner. Each player is guaranteed €13,350, but everybody has their eyes set on the first place prize of €200,000 and the title.

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final day:

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2014 World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Final Table Set

The 2014 World Poker Tour Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown main event set a lofty $ 5 million guarantee in it’s $ 3,500 no-limit hold’em main event. A total of 1,795 entries were made, setting a record as the largest field in the 12-year history of the WPT and bringing the total prize pool to $ 5,763,150. From that ocean of starting players now only six remain to battle it out for the title and the first-place prize of $ 1,081,184.

The chip leader heading into the final day is Mukul Pahuja with 18,895,000. Pahuja has been on a tear lately, both on the WPT and at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, where he finished third in the $ 10,000,000 guaranteed event last August. He’s already made two WPT final tables in 2014, finishing 8th in the WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open and then fourth in the WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star main event. He currently sits in 41st place in the Card Player Player of the Year race, but could move inside the top five with a win on Wednesday.

It won’t be easy for Pahuja, however, as he will have to overcome a final table filled with top tournament professionals. The other five at the final table are all notable players with impressive resumes, including WSOP bracelet winners James Mackey and Chance Kornuth as well as Matt Stout, whose combined live and online tournament winnings exceed $ 3.8 million.

The final table will resume at 4:00 PM local time and will be filmed for and later aired on Fox Sports Networks.

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final table:

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CPPT Atlantis Main Event Final Table Recap Show

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2014 CPPT Atlantis Main Event Final Table Recap

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Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis Day 1B — Ron Pease Leads Heading Into Final Day

Day 1B of the $ 1,100 no-limit hold’em Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis main event saw almost double the amount of players of Day 1A come out to take their crack at a guaranteed $ 125,000 prizepool.

117 players made their way to the Atlantis Resort and Casino on Saturday afternoon the second of the two starting days and after 10, one hour levels of play, only 27 remained. That leaves 39 players still alive heading into the final day

Ron Pease emerged as the chip leader at the day’s end with 155,300 in chips. That puts him as the overall chip leader in the tournament, just ahead of Damon Shulenberger who finished Day 1A with 142,100 in chips.

Pease, who failed to make it through Day 1A, fired another bullet at the event on Day 1B and had a much better showing. He is looking to become the first player in CPPT history to win back-to-back Main Events. Pease took down the CPPT Foxwoods main event in February, defeating Chris Tryba heads-up to take home $ 91,347.

“I just try to end every day as the chip leader,” said Pease with a laugh. Pease also went into the final day in Foxwoods as the chip leader.

Erkut YilmazSome other players who are near the top of the Day 1B chip counts are Erkut Yilmaz, Vincent Remmell, and Neil Blumenfield. They bagged 127,600, 127,400, and 125,500, respectively.

Not everybody was able to survive the day though. Joe Fernandez, Shawn Daniels, Candace Collins, and Ken Jorgensen were a few of the notable players here that were unable to make it through the day.

The 117 players that registered for the event on 1B brought the total field size for both starting days to 182 players, which generated a prizepool of $ 176,540. That surpassed the guarantee by more than $ 50,000.

The top 18 finishers will make the money, with a min-cash being worth $ 2,367 and $ 47,665 set to go to the eventual champion.

The remaining 39 players who are still vying for the first place prize money and the CPPT title will return to the Atlantis on Sunday at 1 pm and will play down to a winner.

Here are a look at the overall chip counts heading into the final day:

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James Calderaro Headlines World Poker Tour Jacksonville bestbet Open Main Event Final Table

A total of 258 entries were made in the 2014 World Poker Tour Jacksonville bestbet Open. building a $ 825,600 prize pool. From that mass of players now only six remain to battle it out for the title and the first-place prize of $ 206,041.

The chip leader heading into the final day Nabil Hirezi with 2,792,000. Second in chips is recent WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open main event champion James Calderaro with 1,916,000. He topped a field of 415 players in that event in early February, winning $ 271,103 for his first WPT main event title. Two-time prior WPT final tablist Faraz Jaka has now made his third, coming into the final day with 542,000.

Faraz JakaThe final table was set when Bryan Irish-Jones was sent to the rail in seventh place. Hirezi min-raised to 32,000 in early position and Irish-Jones moved all-in for 260,000. Hirezi made the call with the KSpade SuitJClub Suit which was behind Irish-Jones’ ASpade SuitQSpade Suit. The board ran out KDiamond SuitJDiamond SuitJHeart SuitKClub Suit5Spade Suit, giving Hirezi an overflowing full house and sending Irish-Jones to the rail on the final table bubble with $ 31,760.

Other notables who made deep runs in this event include two-time WPT runner-up in 2014 Dylan Wilkerson (19th – $ 8,507), Dan Heimiller (18th – $ 9,722), Jason Mercier (16th – $ 9,722), John Racener (13th – $ 11,424) and 2013 WPT bestbet Jaconsonville Fall Poker Scramble_ main event champion Jared Jafee (12th – $ 13,935).

Here is a look at chip counts heading into the final table:

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