EPT Online Day 6: Samuel Vousden Wins Super High Roller for $267,407

EPT Online Day 6: Samuel Vousden Wins Super High Roller for 7,407

December 14, 2021
Calum GrantNicholas BaltzGeorge Ampatzidis

The 2021 European Poker Tour Online series on PokerStars is in full swing and yesterday’s action saw five more champions crowned while a sixth event wrapped up it’s Day 1 proceedings.

Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden was the biggest winner on Day 6 after he navigated a star-studded final table to take down the $10,300 Sunday Super High Roller for $267,407. “IsnapUcry” produced one of the final table appearances of the series knocking out five of his seven opponents in The Return of Arena Championship to triumph in that event.

Ole “wizowizo” Schemion and Patrick “pads1161” Leonard also progressed to Day 2 in the $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack with the former leading the pack of the 47 surviving players.

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“Serebity_p” Tops 2,321 Entry Field for EPT Online Glory

After their second-place finish in last year’s EPT Online Event 11: $1,050 NLHE, “Serebity_p” went one better to take down EPT Online Event 10: $215 NLHE 8-Max for $68,535.

Just 13 of the 2,321 entries, which created a $464,200 prizepool, made it through to Day 2 with Russia’s “SiladuS” returning as the start of day chip leader. Each player had locked up $2,322 but of course all eyes were on the title and the $68,535 up top.

It would take just a little over two hours for the event to conclude with Luis “figalex25” Figallo being the first final table casualty. “SiladuS” and Arturs “ARTSchGamble” Scerbaks departed next before “RoBnbly Par9”, “KKgustavoKK” and “Dawid8702” hit the rail in quick succession.

When the dust settled after heads-up play, “Serebity_p” was the last player standing after defeating “BlurryFace4”.

PokerStars Ambassador Lex “L.Veldhuis” Veldhuis (30th – $1,258) also cashed the event but failed to jump over the first hurdle.

EPT Online Event 10: $215 NLHE 8-Max Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (USD)
1 Serebity_p Romania $68,535
2 BlurryFace4 Greece $48,852
3 dawid8702 Poland $34,824
4 KKgustavoKK Brazil $24,824
5 RoBnbly Par9 Ukraine $17,695
6 Arturs “ARTSchGamble” Scerbaks Austria $12,614
7 SiladuS Russia $8,992
8 Luis “figalex25” Figallo Peru $6,409

No Tears For Sweden’s “IsnapUcry” Following Dominant Final Table Display in The Return of Arena Championship

Following the bursting of the money bubble in Day 1, only 175 players progressed to the final day of EPT Online Event 11: $1,050 The Return of Arena Championship.

Thanks to the $1,205,000 prizepool, all remaining players had a guaranteed payday of at least $2,264. Notable players such as Andras “probirs” Nemeth (16th – $6,138), Christoph “26071985” Vogelsang (66th – $3,728), Diego “Die Ventura” Ventura (34th – $4,402), Thorsten “juicetus” Legit (15th – $7,248) and and Bernardo “Machadada RS” Rocha (9th – $12,634) all made the money but ultimately fell short of the final table.

PokerStars’ Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot was also among the Day 2 eliminations with his 27th place finish good for $5,198.

Play slowed considerably once the players reached the final table. Csaba “csaba333” Szasz was first to go by runnings pocket kings into the pocket aces of final table chip leader “IsnapUcry”. An ace hit the board and Szasz had to settle for eighth and $17,722.

Next out was “Jepser8” ($24,862). First, “Jepser8” ran pocket queens into the pocket aces of “BrowarFans” to get short and in the next hand, the ace-jack of “Jepser8” could not hold against the ace-eight of “IsnapUcry” and play moved to six-handed.

Kyriakos “9cream4” Papadopoulos ($34,878) went out in sixth after losing two pots to “IsnapUcry”. Papadopoulos lost most of his chips when his spade flush was no good against his opponent’s full house. A few hands later Papadopoulos could not hold with pocket jacks against the chip leader’s queen-nine and was eliminated.

Fifth place went to Casimir “Ceis25” Seire ($48,928). Seire shoved the small blind with king-nine into the ace-six of “IsnapUcry” and hit the rail. “cynicalfish” ($68,639) followed in fourth after ace-queen suited could not crack the pocket tens of “BrowarFans”.

“BrowarFans” ($96,291) didn’t last much longer and exited in third after running pocket queens into the aces of “vadanas”.

Heads up began with “vadanas” and “IsnapUcry” dead even in chips and they agreed upon a deal, but “IsnapUcry” quickly took control. “Vadanas” spiked the river to survive one all in to make a better two pair, but on the very next hand “IsnapUcry” shoved the river with a pair tens, and “Vadanas” called with a pair of sevens. “Vadanas” would bow out in second for $158,494.

EPT Online Event 11: $1,050 The Return of Arena Championship Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (USD)
1 IsnapUcry Sweden $166,089*
2 vadanas Lithuania $158,494*
3 BrowarFans Poland $96,261
4 cynicalfish Croatia $68,640
5 Casimir “Ceis25” Seire Finland $48,929
6 Kyriakos “9cream4” Papadopoulos Greece $34,878
7 Jepser8 Austria $24,863
8 Csaba “csaba333” Szasz Hungary $17,723

*Indicates a heads-up deal

Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden Adds EPT Super High Roller Title to Résumé

Samuel VousdenSamuel Vousden Earned a Six-Figure Early Christmas Present After Super High Roller Triumph

Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden emerged victorious after almost two and half hours of play in the final table of Event #12: $10,300 NLHE [8-Max, Sunday Super High Roller], $1M Gtd – Trophy Event #6. Vousden, who won his maiden WSOP bracelet this summer, reigned supreme in the 122-entry field for his third largest career cash of $267,407.

Michael “Imluckbox” Addamo made the unofficial final table but bowed out in ninth-place after four-bet shoving with ace-four. Pablo “pabritz” Brito called with pocket jacks and eliminated the Australian high-stakes crusher.

Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos exited in eighth-place after running his pocket kings into Vouden’s aces. ”Vershinin” was ousted next by Viktor “papan9_p$” Ustimov’s before Timothy “Tim0thee” Adams knocked Laurynas “LaurisL91” Levinskas out with pocket deuces. Vousden would make it a hattrick of final table eliminations after he felted Adams and Niklas “Lena900” Astedt in fifth and fourth place respectively.

Vousden had a huge chip advantage going into three-handed play and consistently applied pressure to his opponents, scooping a lot of small pots until Brito and Ustimov were left with less than twenty big blinds. Brito took third-place after his pocket nines couldn’t beat the jack-ten of Vousden. Ustimov was then on the wrong side of a cooler after getting it all-in with a flush, only to be bested by the Vousden’s

EPT Online Event 12: $10,300 Sunday Super High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (USD)
1 Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden Finland $267,407
2 Viktor “papan9_p$” Ustimov Russia $207,184
3 Pablo “pabritz” Brito Brazil $160,525
4 Niklas “Lena900” Astedt Sweden $124,373
5 Timothy “Tim0thee” Adams Canada $96,363
6 Laurynas “LaurisL91” Levinskas Lithuania $74,661
7 Vershinin Russia $57,847
8 Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos Spain $44,819

Patrick “pads1161” Leonard Settles For Second in EPT PLO High Roller

Patrick LeonardPatrick Leonard Pads Bankroll With $44,829 Following PLO High Roller

Day 2 of EPT Online Event 13: $2,100 PLO High Roller began with just six of the 130 entries coming back to the online felt. Patrick “pads1161” Leonard went into the six-handed final table as the chip leader which featured two-time WSOP winner Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielevski.

Action would only last one hour and 50 minutes with Dzivielevski being the first to leave the final table. “vic_xcite”, “Mr Juhlen” and “wnbgambler” would then follow suit leaving Leonard and “Lokfable” to battle it out for the lion’s share of the $260,000 prizepool.

Leonard would eventually have to settle for the silver medal with “Lokfable” taking the title and $58,451 first-place prize.

EPT Online Event 13: $2,100 PLO High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (USD)
1 Lokfable Canada $58,451
2 Patrick “pads1161” Leonard United Kingdom $44,829
3 wnbgambler Finland $34,381
4 Mr Juhlen Sweden $26,369
5 vic_xcite Sweden $20,224
6 Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielevski Brazil $15,510

Maiden Online EPT Win For Denmark’s “HansDenSvans”

Similarly to Leonard, Paulius “D3cor” Vaitiekunas would also have to shoulder the burden of finishing as a runner-up after they were bested by Denmark’s “HansDenSvans” in EPT Online Event 15: $530 NLHE.

The tournament saw a total of 556 entries which generated a final prizepool of $278,000, with the likes of Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot (64th – $1,124), Patrick “thebigdog09” Brooks (15th – $2,475) and Jamil “Jamil11” Wakil (38th – $1,367) getting a piece of the proverbial pie.

EPT Online Event 15: $530 NLHE Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (USD)
1 HansDenSvans Denmark $49,102
2 Paulius “D3cor” Vaitiekunas Lithuania $35,509
3 neeno1990 Austria $25,679
4 Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani Brazil $18,571
5 Crisip39 Romania $13,430
6 suprambropro Thailand $9,712
7 Matt “OLD TIME GIN” Stone Canada $7,023
8 Snozzzi Luxembourg $5,079
9 Madcandle Finland $3,673

Ole Schemion in Pole Position for Day 2 of $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack

Ole SchemionOle Schemion Leads the Pack of Day 1 Survivors in $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack

Day 1 of EPT Online Event 16: $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack closed once the field of 378 entries was reduced to just 47 players remaining. Those returning to Day 2 will be will be contesting to get the largest slice of the $378,000 prizepool as a prize of $69,099 awaits the eventual winner.

Ole “wizowizo” Schemion is currently best positioned to pull off the feat as he finished the day as the chip leader, with Guillaume “Nolet20” Nolet and “BBRS999” rounding out the top three chip stacks.

2019 PokerStars Players Championship winner Ramon “RamonColillas” Colillas, who also finished 14th in the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event, fired four bullets but was unable to bag and tag for the final day. Benjamin “Spraggy” Spragg was also among the Day 1 eliminations.

EPT Online Event 16: $1,050 NLHE Deep Stack Top 10 Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chip Count
1 Ole “wizowizo” Schemion Germany 6,532,514
2 Guillaume “Nolet20” Nolet Canada 5,233,144
3 BBRS999 Croatia 4,959,264
4 3betwizkid United Kingdom 4,918,632
5 GlobalHappiness Sweden 4,674,874
6 Patrick “pads1161” Leonard United Kingdom 3,705,618
7 Felipe “ketzerfelipe” Ketzer Brazil 3,657,965
8 Bruno “great dant” Volkmann Brazil 3,326,196
9 Sajanas23 Lithuania 3,264,537
10 serhiy1989 Ukraine 2,963,584