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German Heads-up Battle For $50k Super High Roller Title!

Tags: Fabian Quoss, Ole Schemion.
Posted on 03 May 2016 by "T".

photo from pokerstarsblogOn Saturday, German poker pro Ole Schemion took down the EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller for close to €1.6 million. Schemion had been on a 2-3 months break from live tourneys before the win.

"I just wanted to take some time off and do something away from poker, so to come back and win the super high roller is really great," he told EPT reporters after the win.

On Monday, only two days after the big win, he came close to back-to-back High Roller titles in the $50k EPT Grand Final Super High Roller. Schemion made it to heads-up against fellow countryman Fabian Quoss. The two agreed to a deal which secured Schemion the biggest slice of the cake (Fabian Quoss €799,059 & Ole Schemion €857,241) with $50k left to play for.

Fabian Quoss - photo from pokerstarsblogIn the final hand, less than 25 minutes after the heads-up battle started, Quoss went all in for 4.8 million and Schemion decided to call although knowing he was behind.

Quoss: ADiamondQSpade
Schemion: KClub5Club.

The flop rolled out ASpade4Heart8Diamond. The QClub on the turn secured Quoss the pot and the title. The two German high roller regulars shook hands and hugged while the dealer burned and put out the final card on the river: 3Spade.

Final table results:
1 Fabian Quoss €849,059*
2 Ole Schemion €857,241*
3 Aidyn Auyezkanov €463,510
4 Murad Akhundov €349,760
5 Fedor Holz €271,670
6 Mikita Badziakouski €210,530
7 Michael Bonzon €166,400
8 David Peters €129,050
9 Steve O'Dwyer €98,480
*Denotes a heads-up deal.

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3 comments on "German Heads-up Battle For $50k Super High Roller Title! "

 bowie198403/05/2016 23:56:15 GMT
King-Five? Dude come on, get a better kicker Big Smile
Who am I to criticise these men though, Ole himself made two millions within a week just by playing cards, the german tax office must be very excited seeing that somebody gonna send some fat checks towards them this year...
 pinotte04/05/2016 01:03:56 GMT
A deal was made before this hand they were playing for 50K more to the winner. I know that this amount is not pennies but after i don't know how long they were playing he just tried.

HU hand is almost always a coin flip if a K or a 5 come and nothing for the other this could happen we never know. Smile Smile
 bowie198405/05/2016 00:00:10 GMT
Posted by pinotte:
HU hand is almost always a coin flip if a K or a 5 come and nothing for the other this could happen we never know. Smile Smile

Yeah, but I seriously noticed that every time when we get info about the last hand played on these high-profile tournaments somebody will always gonna have a hand which just plain ridiculous and yet he willl win with it more time than not.

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