The last day of the 2016 Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza had a big cash game and a €100,000 freeze-out tournament on the schedule. There had been cash games (up to €1,000/€2,000) running the previous three days but on the final day it was canceled due to lack of interest.
Also, the last tournament of the series struggled to find participants. The tournament started 2 hours after [...] Read more » Paul Phua Wins €100,000 High Roller! (€752,700)
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 49 (M)
My sincere congratulations to Malaysian businessman Paul "MalACEsia" Phua for winning the tournament! Beating the field that had several notable names, including Dan Shak, Mustapha Kanit and Tom Marchese is quite remarkable.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (18 October 2016 @ 17:10 GMT)
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 46 (F)
Dont know this one either. But the amount of money he won is a very nice one. They buy in here was a normal one, in comparison with that absurd one from the one from tournament, which must had lots more for a prize.
Joined: May '08
Age: 38 (M)
well we can see that there are many dudes out there who have plenty of money and can't figure out where to put it, so they decide that gambling is the way to go. i suggest to nationalize their cash and donate it to the friendly and democratic nation of north korea, for infrastructure projects or such..
doubletop777 10/19/2016 9:10:33 AM GMT Many congratulations to Paul Phua on winning this event and the first prize. I am surprised that they only managed to get thirteen entries and i thought that there would be a few more
really such a small number of players is quite strange ... no one wanted to play? or there's some other reason? can be at this time there was something more interesting and people have decided not to play and to do this than something interesting
Posted by pajalnick: really such a small number of players is quite strange ... no one wanted to play? or there's some other reason?
Probably the tournament had a medicore promoter who did not realized they cross scheduled the event with something more important or they did not gave enough complemetary hotel suites away to the pros and whos never showed up in big numbers. End of story.
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 42 (M)
what to say of this player that papou is very violent money a player will only be because these players are world stars plus the money won and what really attracts because with this volume of money that moves the world poker of high quality that bullet ehhhh