Live Poker | EPT Paris: Can Chris Brewer defend his 50k Super High Roller title?

As defending champion and chip leader, Chris Brewer goes into the final of the €50,000 Super High Roller event of the PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Paris today, Sirzat Hissou is the last German among the last.

The late reg war will begin again after the start of Day 2, which will be new entrants and re-entries will begin again and there will be 62 entries (49/13) on the books – once again up to 68 last year. After the late regs there will be another Mike Watson, Bryn Kenney or even Sam Grafton.

The first day was the first day, with a minimum cash of €116,700. Among the professionals, Ben Heath, Orpen Kisacikoglu, Mike Watson, David Coleman, Timothy Adams, Laszlo Bujtas, Sam Greenwood, Steve O’Dwyer and Tobias Duthweiler have been at the final table for a long time. Sirzat Hissou held his ground well and doubled as well as Thomas Santerne, alongside Chris Brewer and Juan Pardo, the initial chip leader against queens, after house was abandoned, the king already came on the flop.

Daniel Dvoress was from Chris Brewer’s next victim, who found Mal the Kings and Dvoress with him There is no chance. Since there were no players at the final table, Chris Brewer was the clear chip leader. Once you get into the bubble war, the game is cautious, but some big pots went over the table. While Duco ten Haven with Aleksejs Ponakovs was able to double against the Jacks, but Ponakovs then has to do the rest against Markkos Ladev’s Kings and come away empty-handed as Bubble Boy.

Stephen Chidwick went first to collect the money and said goodbye against by Markkos Ladev. Sirzat Hissou was able to go with us short against from Thomas Santerne doubled, while Niklas Astedt doubled his chips with tens against by Chris Brewer on the board must give.

This means that the final six players have been decided, Chris Brewer is with 4,850,000 chips, just ahead of chip leader Thomas Santerne (4,660,000). Sirzat Hissou is at the bottom with 800,000 chips, but has already secured €189,600. The winner can look forward to €889,480. They are in the final for the blinds 30k/60k/60k, the coverage can be found again. Pokernews.comunder information

€50,000 NLH
Purchase price: €50,000
Players: 62
Unique items: 49
Re-entries: 13
Total prize pool: €2,916,480

Number of chips:

Seat 1: Duco ten Haven, Netherlands, 1,265,000
2nd place: Markkos Ladev, Estonia, 2,325,000
3rd place: Sirzat Hissou, Germany, 800,000
4th place: Chris Brewer, USA, 4,850,000
5th place: Pieter Aerts, Belgium, 1,610,000
6th place: Thomas Santerne, France 4,660,000


1 €889,480
2 €583,300
3 €422,900
4 €320,800
5 €247,900
6 €189,600
7 Niklas Astedt Sweden €145,800
8th Stephen Chidwick Great Britain €116,700

EPT Paris 2024

Date: February 14th to 25th
Location: Le Palais des Congrès
Events: 46
Buy-ins: €330 to €50,000, satellites from €250
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