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2014 WSOP: New Players Confirmed For BIG ONE for ONE DROP

Tags: 2014 WSOP, Anthony Gregg, big one for one drop, Jean-Robert Bellande, Max Altergott, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 13 May 2014 by "T".

On Monday, another 10 new players were confirmed for the 2014 World Series of Poker $1 Million BIG ONE for ONE DROP, including the first ever female participant, Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst!

"I'm so excited to be taking part in The BIG ONE for ONE DROP this year," said Selbst. "I didn't get to play in 2012, but after seeing how much fun everyone had with the event as well as how profound an impact it had on ONE DROP, I knew I had to be a part of it this time around."

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WSOP 2013: $17,891,148 Up For Grabs in One Drop High Roller!

Tags: 2013 wsop, Brandon Steven, high roller, one drop, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 27 June 2013 by "T".

A total of 166 players entered the $111,111 buy-in event One Drop High Roller ($11,111 from each buy-in is for "One Drop" charity). A great turnout if you ask the promoters, because they expected 130-150 participants! The total prize pool is $17,891,148 and the top 24 finishers will get paid. The winner will get an incredible $4,830,619 while the other top 5 finishers will received over a million dollars each. In other words, expect it to be a thrilling final table with lots of nerves!

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Aussie Millions: Sam Trickett Wins The $250,000 Challenge (AU$2,000,000)

Tags: $250, 000 challenge, aussie millions, high roller, sam trickett, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 01 February 2013 by "T".

Congratulations to Sam Trickett, 26, winner of the LK Jewellery $250,00 Challenge of Aussie Millions. The tournament saw 18 entries (buy-in $250,000) and 4 players received a share of the AU$4,500,000 prize pool.

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Aussie Millions: 5 Remaining Players in The $250k Challenge. Sam Tricket Leads!

Tags: $250, 000 challenge, aussie millions, sam trickett, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 01 February 2013 by "T".

Friday is an action-packed and thrilling day of live poker. Patrik Antonius leads the Aussie Millions main event with only 13 remaining players and Sam Trickett is currently leading the $250,000 buy-in tournament.

Trickett leads the final 5 with almost 2 million chips - about double the stack of Tobias Reinkemeier in second place. The tournament attracted 18 entries, which means that there are some nice cash prizes up for grabs! Just another player needs to be eliminated before everyone's guaranteed a minimum payday of $500,000 (AUD) - with the chance of laying hands on $2,000,000 (AUD)!!


John Juanda Leads WSOP Europe High Roller Final Table!

Tags: David Benefield, John Juanda, richard yong, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 04 October 2012 by "T".

The Magestic Super High Roller (with re-buys) is now 2-days-old and 49 players (11 rebuys and 61 entries in total) have become a final table of 9. Day 1 chip leader John Juanda will bring the most chips to the final table today. With 2,596,000 chips he has about 1.2 million more than his closest competitors Richard Yong and Philipp Gruissem. 

The total prize pool is €2,880,000 and 8 of the remaining 9 players will receive a share of it. The winner of the tournament will get €1,000,000 and the coveted gold bracelet!

End of Day 2 Chip Counts:

1. John Juanda         2,596,000
2. Richard Yong        1,309,000
3. Philipp Gruissem   1,308,000
4. Steve O'Dwyer     1,146,000
5. Tobias Reinkemeier 904,000
6. David Benefield      551,000
7. Jani Sointula          489,000
8. Winfred Yu            368,000
9. Mike Watson          299,000


LIVE: Justin Bonomo leads the Super High Roller in Monaco

Tags: elky, ept super high roller, Justin Bonomo, monaco, tobias reinkemeier
Posted on 25 April 2012 by "T".

The final table of the first-ever EPT Monaco Super High Roller was set last night with the following 8 players.

1) Justin Bonomo, 4 393 000
2) Tobias Reinkemeier, 1 682 000
3) Daniel Negreanu, 1 581 000
4) Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, 1 265 000
5) Masa Kagawa, 1 076 000
6) Jonathan Duhamel, 654 000
7) Patrik Antonius, 338 000
8) Eugene Katchalov, 262 000

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EPT Monte Carlo : Tobias Reinkemeier takes down the High Roller event! (€965,000)

Tags: ept monte carlo, high roller, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 03 May 2010 by "T".

A big congratulations to Tobias Reinkemeier who took home the High Roller event of EPT Monte Carlo the other day. It was a very tough final table I must say, and it took about 5 hours of play before the tournament was down heads-up. Tobias Reinkemeier and Olivier Busquet were the 2 last men standing - both with equal stacks and plenty of chips to play with. It was a even duel at first, however, everything changed after this fantastic bluff by Tobias Reinkemeier.

Reinkemeier mini-raised from the button and called a three-bet of 220,000.

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Busquet bet 240,000 and Reinkemeier call.

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CPA - High Roller event: Final table today

Tags: cpa, high roller, Lisa Hamilton, Michiel Brummelhuis, pokerstars, tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 14 January 2010 by "T".

It's time for the final table in the High Roller Event of PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. 8 players have survived the starting field of 84 players (84 players who could afford the buy-in of $25,000) and now they will fight for the first prize of $576,240. None of the 8 finalists are probably familiar names to many people. However, many of them have some great results in the past and are probably players that we will hear much more about in the future. 

The most interesting thing about the final table has to be that 1 of the 8 remaining players are girls, which is really impressive as only 9 women took part in the tournament (1 of them ended up in 9th place). The one that will bring the most chips (1,072,000) to the final table today is Tobias Reinkemeier from Germany (picture). Reinkemeier is playing his first ever final table and it's not hard to understand that he's very excited and happy about it.

"I feel really great. I've had so many deep cashes - 11th in London, 23rd in Barcelona, 46th here in the main event - but no final table," he said. "Now I've made it. It's an amazing feeling, especially as I am going in to the final as chip leader, with a big buy-in and a field so strong."

1.Tobias Reinkemeier, Germany - 1072000
2.Adolfo Vaeza, Uruguay - 790000
3.Will Molson Canada - 669000
4.William Reynolds, USA - 482000
5.Lisa Hamilton, USA - 440000
6.Michiel Brummelhuis, Netherlands - 394000
7.Matt Marafioti, Canada - 236000
8.Dmitry Stelmak, Russia - 150000

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