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2014 PCA Super High Roller: Fabian Quoss gets $1.6 million for his victory!

Tags: 2014 pca super high roller, Antonio Esfandiari, Dan Shak, Fabian Quoss, pokerstars caribbean adventure, Vanessa Selbst.
Posted on 08 January 2014 by "T".

A big congratulations to Fabian Quoss, the winner of the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Super High Roller! The German pro bested an extremly tough field of 45 players (54 entries), including the final table with poker stars such as Dan Shak, Vanessa Selbst and Antonio Esfandiari, over three days of poker in the Bahamas to lay hands on $1,629,940 in prize money! According to PCA's webiste, 2013 was a rough year for Quoss on the tournament circuit, so the prize money will most probably come in handy for him.

PCA 2014 $100,000 Super High Roller
Date: January 5-7, 2014
Buy-in: $100,000
Entries:: 56 (45 unique)
Prize pool: $5,433,120

1st: Fabian Quoss (Germany) $1,629,940
2nd: Dan Shak (United States) $1,178,980
3rd: Vanessa Selbst (United States) $760,640
4th: Antonio Esfandiari (United States) $575,920
5th: Matt Glantz (United State) $445,520
6th: Tony Gregg (United States) $347,720
7th: Ole Schemion (Austria) $277,080
8th: Mike McDonald (Canada) $217,320

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6 comments on "2014 PCA Super High Roller: Fabian Quoss gets $1.6 million for his victory!"

 Heskor08/01/2014 12:12:39 GMT
Congratulations, the USA players are still going strong i see, but special mention to Germany for winning it, would have been weird to see all the players in the final table being Americans lol!!
 doubletop77708/01/2014 13:32:18 GMT
Great win for Fabian Quoss here and another high roller tournament win for a German player. I thought it would be a shootout between Esfandiari and Selbst but congratulations again to Fabian for taking this down
 noonlion08/01/2014 17:29:00 GMT
The cards can do anything so not surprised top players didn't get 1/2 spot.

Germany keeps on producing the goods in poker, which clearly shows that poker skill is infectious and that if I sit next to two great players I will be better myself...haha.

Not many places where you can turn 100k and then x16 it in the space of a few days unless you have monster capital anyway.
 DaCapo7108/01/2014 21:19:25 GMT
Wow, what a uneblievable high roller victory price! I never heard about Fabian Quoss before, but it was verry nice that a young german player wons the pca high roller event. Vaneesa Selbst as a winner was really better, but she gets also a big winning.
 Theapple08/01/2014 23:55:53 GMT
lol they say it has been a 'tough' year for him and his poker... ofc its gonna be tough year when hes playing 100k buying tourneys Big Smile

and quite frankly, for 100k buyin youd expect 1st place prize to be a bit higher, or not?

btw this part "Entries:: 56 (45 unique)", does that mean that rebuy was available or what? and how much would rebuy cost there? another 100k? so if you spend 2x BI you would have to finish 8th just to get that money back, idk why would anyone do such a thing, but then again im not a pro Tongue
 Macubaas11/01/2014 15:51:02 GMT
Congratulations tot he winner, in my opinion he played okay but at some hands that i saw posted on another poker forum he also had tons of luck Smile

Still another very important win for Germany, more and more top players are from Germany nowadays. I guess the fact that their online industry is forbidden but players can still play helped them greatly.

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