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EPT Barcelona: €50k Super High Roller Final Table Starts Today

Tags: Erik Seidel, super high roller, Timothy Adams.
Posted on 22 August 2016 by "T".

Timothy Adams Season 13 of the European Poker Tour (EPT) is currently in Barcelona, Spain, and the €50,000 buy-in Super High Roller is down to a final table of 9 players out of 102 entries (86 entrants and 16 re-entries - 3 more entries than in 2015) after 2 days of play.


Canadian poker pro Timothy Adams ($3.4 million in live tournament earnings) will lead the way into today's final table with 8,045,000 in chips, a decent lead given that his closet opponent, Fedor Holz of Germany, has about 3 million less. The biggest name on the final table is long-time poker pro Erik Seidel (9th place with 850k in chips), who has 8 WSOP bracelets under his belt.

Final table lineup:

Timothy Adams, Canada, 8,045,000
Fedor Holz, Germany, 4,970,000
Manuchehr Khangah, Azerbaijan, 3,670,000
Julian Stuer, Germany, 2,360,000
Sylvain Loosli, France, 2,120,000
Alexandros Kolonias, Greece, 1,385,000
Sam Greenwood, Canada, 1,050,000
Daniel Dvoress, Canada, 1,050,000
Erik Seidel, United States,  850,000

Prize pool:

1. €1,300,300
2. €903,600
3. €597,500
4. €467,700
5. €377,100
6. €293,800
7. €232,600
8. €181,200
9. €137,130




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5 comments on "EPT Barcelona: €50k Super High Roller Final Table Starts Today"

 Tony_MON7ANA22/08/2016 15:11:57 GMT
There are several notable names at the final table. It is really good to see Erik Seidel, a well-established poker player since the late 1980s, doing well in the €50,000 buy-in Super High Roller tournament. Best of luck to the 9 finalists.
 DaCapo7122/08/2016 17:24:56 GMT
The EPT poker sieries are the best live poker series in my opinion. And the EPT Barcelona was great, because Barcelona is a great City and the prize pool at this EPT main Event was great. To qualify for this tourney one time was a dream...
 doubletop77723/08/2016 08:20:02 GMT
It must be a tremendous feeling being able to enter these 50k buy in tournaments and travelling the world to play in the most beautiful cities as well. I am not slightly jealous of these guys!!!!
 Tony_MON7ANA23/08/2016 11:45:10 GMT
Unfortunately, two-time EPT Barcelona Super High Roller finalist Erik Seidel was eliminated in the hand number 5. He went all-in with pocket nines and got called by three opponents. His nines were not good enough and got busted in ninth place, taking home a prize of €137,130.
 skullp0k3r25/08/2016 16:07:17 GMT
the brasilian Felipe Theodoro was second in this exciting tournament. I was delighted by my compatriot. we gradually occupying good places in major international tournaments. it just shows how poker is growing worldwide. Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

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