Although a €1,105,000 first-place prize was up for grabs on the EPT Grand Final High Roller final table last Friday, it only took approximately 5 hours of play before a winner was crowned. The main reason for this fast-paced final table was that heads-up play only lasted for 1 hand!
Once Davidi Kitai was eliminated in third place for €526,400, Scott Seiver and Philipp Gruissem striked a[...] Read more » EPT Grand Final: Philipp Gruissem Wins Another High Roller Title!
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
One of the most sickly poker runs I've ever seen by this guy. On a side note, chopping it up again? Obviously if you do the maths, chopping is probably nearly always +EV unless the opponent is exceptionally weak which is never the case at this level. It's really killing any interest - when both players decide to chop it then shove AI every hand, there is no winner.
Funny that Scott Seiver (USA) along with Martin Finger (Germany) ended up this years final table too, but their places sort of ex-changed. From 2nd and 6th to 3rd and 9th. Dunno if anybody noticed this too, just thought this was a fun fact...