The year 2018 is definitely an incredible one when it comes to the live tournament circuit for the likes of poker pro Sam Greenwood, as he has managed to get four 7-figure live tourney scores in his career, and three of them have just come in the past 6 months!
The most current big payday for the Canadian poker pro came from the 2018 European Poker Tour Monte Carlo €100,000 Buy-in No-Limit H[...] Read more » EPT Monte Carlo €100k SHR won by Sam Greenwood for €1,520,000
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 64 (M)
Yes to win three tournaments in six months in think is something very special, i personally ein no tournament in my online poker career if something like 30 years, in think i do something wrong, i need to learn from sam grenwood
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 43 (M)
This man is in a form of great days. 3 prizes exceeding one million dollars in the last 6 months it's clear that this man has a great talent with professional poker. I'm sure there are plenty of envy who played with him at the table but you have to admit it the value of this Sam Greenwood.
Joined: Nov '11
Age: 36 (M)
Over €1,5 M is huge amount, but he must be great player and has great self-esteem, because he risk buy-in €100k! This is a lot of cash for usual poker player. I don't know if I will risk that huge sum for buy-in in tournament...
1 500 000 is certainly a fabulous winnings ... and that speaks about the talent and of course the share of luck in the career of the player ..... this man in his career has a bright band and he took full advantage of it .... he certainly deserved applause and congratulations .... the hero
Posted by Gerimantas: Yes to win three tournaments in six months in think is something very special, i personally ein no tournament in my online poker career if something like 30 years, in think i do something wrong, i need to learn from sam grenwood
You do something wrong - not ponying up 100k buy-ins for events like this. Where is your life going, man?
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 48 (M)
Massive well done to Sam Greenwood for winning the €100,000 buy-in super high roller event and scooping up the first-place prize of €1,520,000. Congratulations also to Christoph Vogelsang on his runner-up finish. I will be sure to watch tournament replay when it becomes available online.
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 42 (M)
of where will be that comes so much money for these entries so expensive I wonder if and lucrative because 100k of input and a lot of money I think these guys are playing for divrsao because money already has doubling