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   Monday, February 26 2024 
English Poker Open: Fabian Quoss wins a prestigious title

At his greatest joy, Fabian Quoss, the runner-up of the No Limit Hold'em $ 5,000 buy-in of the World Series of Poker 2009 finally won a title during the English Poker Open tournament. This great poker enthusiast from Nuremberg, in Germany managed to win face to the 193 other competitors for the £ 3,500 Main Event buy-in. On the final table, Quoss faced players like Mathew Frankland who finished at the 3rd position, Felipe Ramos (4th), Andrew Brennan (5th), Brent Lehring (6th), Mark Norman (7th), Salman Behbehani (8th) and Stepen Chimelski (9th). During the final heads-up, Fabian Quoss faced Sebastian Crul and by beating him, he won the title of champion of the English Poker Open 2010 and earned thus the nice bonus of £ 220,650.

Aged 28, Fabian Quoss belongs to the big players’ family and his career as a poker pro has just taken off. Last year, he recorded two second places and several final tables. Last week, Quoss was finalist at the World Poker Tour London and unfortunately, he had to settle for the 7th place. But this time he was successful and he did not hide his joy by saying he is happy to have finally won a title after going through a difficult and eventful final. With this award, Quoss is currently recording a gain of £ 900,000 in live tournament. Note that he earned his ticket for this English Poker Open by participating in online qualifying tournaments.

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