PCA: Fabian Quoss wins the Super High Roller
Since last weekend, the poker room of Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas is in an excitement with the holding of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2014 (PCA), the first step of the season 10 of the European Poker Tour. While the Main Event started yesterday with 295 players registered at the Day 1A, the poker tournament at 100,000 Super High Roller ended on the victory of Fabian Quoss. Decidedly, Germans started very well the year 2014, after their supremacy in 2013, as well in live as in online poker. The Super High Roller of the PCA 2014 gathered 56 participants (46 registrations and 10 re-entries), but at the end of three days, the field was reduced to 8 players.
The final table gathered numerous sharks of live poker, following the example of Vanessa Selbst, Antonio Esfandiari, Matt Glantz, Tony Gregg, Ole Schemion, Mike McDonald and Dan Shak. But at the end, the title went to Fabian Quoss. The German Fabian Quoss surpassed himself during the last heads up in front of a regular of the circuit, Dan Shak. For his first great victory on the circuit, Fabian Quoss pocketed $1,629,940 against $1,178,980 for the runner-up. Concerning the Main Event, 184 players survived at the Day 1A, with the American Dylan Hortin as chipleader. The public there was able to attend the participation of the NBA player, Gilbert Arenas, who was eliminated during the third level. The Day 1B of the PCA Main Event is held today, with the hope to reach about 700 registrations.
Wednesday, 08 January 2014
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