German poker sensation Ole Schemion has won the EPT Season 10 Player of the Year title after an incredible $2,131,055 season-long winning streak. Schemion collects a €50,000 PokerStars passport to continue bossing live tours the world over. Read more at PokerStars Blog.
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Hand #50: Mayu Roca raised to 190,000 in the small blind with and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #51-52: We missed these hands due to the TV crew showing Philipp Gruissem winning the High Roller event instead.
Hand #53: Jack Salter raised to 205,000 from the small blind with and Mayu Roca called with . The flop was and Salter checked but Roca bet 215,000.
"That's a really good bet," said Salter, who folded.
Hand #54: Jack Salter raised to 170,000 from the button with and won the blinds.
Hand #55: Jack Salter raised to 170,000 with and won the blinds and antes again.
Hand #49: Karlsson moved in under the gun for 1,340,000 with . Moennig in the cutoff asked for a count as he had . He then moved all in as well for 1,565,000.
Jack Salter had left the table in the mean time, and folded. The floorman ruled Salter a two hand penalty for acting out of turn.
Roca had in the big blind and faced two all ins in front of him. He called in the end and had the chance to bust two players. 4,110,000 in the main pot and 450,000 in the side pot.
The on the flop was a blow for Roca. The on the turn meant Karlsson was definitely out in 6th place. The on the river was a blank and we had a bust out and near triple up. The remaining four players are now guaranteed €419,000.
Hand #48: Antonio Buonanno limped his small blind with . Jack Salter checked with in the big blind.
on the flop and Buonanno checked, Salter checked behind. The was an interesting card as Buonanno paired and Salter picked up a big draw. Buonanno bet and Salter made the call. The on the river gave Salter the flush and Buonanno and Salter both checked. Another pot for the Englishman who increased his chip lead.
With the elimination of Kenny Hicks in seventh place, we are guaranteed a "new" flag by the name of the Grand Final champion. We have never had a winner of the European Poker Tour's showpiece from any of Germany, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy or Colombia, and those are now the only countries we have left. PokerStars Blog reports.
Hand #43: Magnus Karlsson raised to 160,000 with and Jack Salter called in the big blind with .
The flop was and both players checked. The on the turn saw Salter make a straight and he led out for 335,000 but Karlsson folded.
Hand #44: Malte Moennig opened to 160,000 from the cutoff with and everyone folded.
Hand #45: Antonio Buonanno raised to 160,000 from the cutoff with and everyone folded.
Hand #46: Antonio Buonanno raised to 160,000 from under the gun with . Mayu Roca three-bet to 375,000 with on the button. The Italian made it 935,000 and Roca folded.
Hand #47: Jack Salter limped under the gun with . Malte Moennig completed the small blind with and Antonio Buonanno checked in the big blind with . The was checked to Salter and he bet 100,000 to win the pot.
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