The third and last day of the PokerStars.es Europeana Poker Tour Season 13 €50,000 Super High Roller saw nine hopefuls out of a 102-passage solid field come back to the component table. It took under five hours for German wunderkind Fedor Holz to lift the trophy and claim yet another triumph.
Two-time EPT Barcelona Super High Roller finalist Erik Seidel was the most limited stack coming into the day and joined the rail close by number 5. An insane four-route all in saw Seidel all in with pocket nines, Sam Greenwood all in with pocket rulers, Julian Stuer all in with pocket tens and Ahadpur Khangah putting all of them at rish with expert five suited. The board ran out ruler high and Greenwood won the principle pot while Stuer won the side pot. Erik Seidel busted in ninth spot (€137,130), Khangah was thumped back his part as short-stack.
Julian Stuer took another hit not long after that hand and called all in out of the enormous visually impaired with ruler deuce when confronting the push of Greenwood who held lord eight suited. A ruler went ahead the lemon however Greenwood grabbed a flush draw on the turn and enhanced on account of a lord on the stream. Stuer made his way out in eighth spot for €181,200.
Daniel Dvoress took after next. In a clash of the Canadians, Dvoress three-wager holding nothing back with pocket eights and starting raiser Greenwood found him with pocket tens which held up on a dry ruler high board. Dvoress needed to settle for seventh spot, useful for €232,600.
Protecting EPT Barcelona Super High Roller champion and previous November Niner, Sylvain Loosli, was disposed of in sixth spot (€293,800). He three-wager holding nothing back out of the huge visually impaired with pocket eights. Holz, who had raised under the weapon, immediately called with pro lord and won the flip after an expert showed up on the failure.
Specialist Ahadpur Khangah, who beat a lot of top stars to achieve the last table, bowed out in fifth spot (€377,100). He was in the huge visually impaired with ruler jack suited and called all in after a push of little visually impaired Greenwood, who held expert seven. A jack on the lemon gave trust in a rebound story, yet an expert took after immediately on the turn and the stream blanked.
Down to the last four, Alexandros Kolonias, who completed second in the EPT12 Grand Final €25,000 High Roller, was the most limited stack. He got it in great with a three-wager push holding pocket rulers, yet Holz's run-great proceeded as his pocket nines saw a third nine show up on the lemon. That was it for Kolonias (fourth, €467,700).
Timothy Adams was the chip pioneer going into the last table and rapidly lost a considerable measure of chips with three players remaining. Adams then three-wager all in with pocket deuces and Greenwood called with pro ruler suited. Greenwood spiked a lord on the failure to send Adams home in third place (€597,500).
At the point when heads-up play for the trophy and in front of the rest of the competition payout of €1,300,300 began, the two were even in chips with not a single arrangement to be seen. Holz immediately settled a major lead and afterward pulled away. It was all over amid hand the 75th hand of the day when Greenwood pushed his short stack in with five-six suited and Holz snap-called with pro ruler. A lord high slump left Greenwood attracting to a gutshot. He turned an open-finished straight draw however didn't finish it with a clear on the stream. Greenwood withdrew in second place for €903,600.
Inside the most recent six months, Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz has now collected more than $12 million in competition changes and added another win to his effectively great poker resume. For a player that asserted retirement not very far in the past, this outing to Barcelona has gone especially well in this way.
The activity proceeds at the record-breaking celebration at the Casino Barcelona with Day 1a of the €5,300 Main Event. Tomorrow, Day 1b gets in progress at 10:00am neighborhood time and PokerNews will likewise be nearby for live overhauls from the €25,000 Single-Day High Roller Event.