Andreas Eiler is one of only two Germans left at the $100,000 High Roller final table (alongside Aymon Hata), the odds of which might have been pretty long at the start of the tournament considering his nation's poker pedigree. However, that's not to disparage Eiler's poker resume, not least considering his last recorded cash was a €700,000 ($857,980) score after takign down the €25,000 Super High Roller at partypoker Barcelona.
Eiler has come within a whisker of taking home a WSOP gold bracelet, finishing runner-up to Dominik Nitsche in last year's WSOPE €111,111 High Roller for One Drop for €2,155,418 ($2,511,762). This may be only Eiler's third WSOP cash (his first came in the 2013 WSOP) but after missing out by the narrowest of margins in Rozvadov, he'll be out for revenge should he get to heads-up in this one.
|Total live earnings||$4,240,165|