83 runners (including Isaac Haxton, Phil Ivey and other big names) created a prize pool of HK$20,750,000 for the HK$250,000 buy-in ACOP High Roller event this weekend. It took almost 17 hours of play over 2 days to play down to a winner: Germany's Fabian Quoss who defeated Yu Liang heads-up to lay hands on the HK$5,271,000 first-place prize (US $670,000).
This is how the final hand was played out[...] Read more » Fabian Quoss Wins 2014 ACOP High Roller
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (F)
A nice win for Fabian Quoss,he always seems to do well in the high roller events and I am pretty sure this isn't the first one he has won. To be in that group of German players who are always hanging out together sharing experiences and strategies must really improve your game and from the amount of final tables they seem to make between them it looks to be working.
Fabian Quoss, Yiang Lu, Rono Lo, Aaron Lim, Davidi Kitai, Ivan Shoshnikov, Anatoly Filatov, Zhapar Sultanov, Phanlart Sukonthachartnant, Isaac Haxton.
I have no idea who any of these people are, but either the russian goverment or the KGB spends enourmos effort to teach math wizards from the Lomonosov Moscow State University how to mop the floor in Macau.
Ilja Raisemanov, Vasilij Burgerov, Ivan Bluffenovich. Its ridiculous.