Fabian Quoss’ Victory at the$100,000 Super High Roller
Fabian Quoss was the winner of the recently held $100,000 Super High Roller Final Table at the 2014 PokerStars.net Caribbean Adventure. He was awarded with a hefty cash prize in the amount of $1.6 million as well as a title.
Currently, Quoss is the most recent German player to have joined a prestigious 6-figure buy-in event who has won a 7-figure income. Other German players in the past who have achieved the same feat included Martin Finger, Philipp Gruissem and Tobias Reinkemeier.
When Quoss was interviewed, he mentioned that he is friends with these other top players on the same final table. It was a whole different level however to be able to play with them. But despite their friendships and bullying on the table, it was still game time at the moment of play.
The final table started late because Day 2 had a deep long run and finished late into the night. Seven pros played at the final table following 2 bust outs during the money bubble.
At the start of the final day, Quoss was one of those holding the shortest stacks. During the three-handed play, he held the shortest one.
When the action started at the 2nd hand of the day, Schemion busted out in seventh place, after which Gregg followed suit in 6th.
Then Mark Glantz hit the rail in 5th place which made Vanessa Selbst took the chip lead once again. Esfandiari challenged her who eventually hit the rail in 4th place. By that time, Selbst had 7.35 million chips; Shak had 4.2 million chips; and Quoss had the smallest which was 2.4 million. Good thing that he doubled up as the action moved forward and soon enough, Selbst busted out in third place.
Shak and Quoss duelled during the heads-up battle. They did it after an extended dinner break. Shak started with a 4.2 million stack while Quoss already had 9.6 million chips. At the end of the heads-up, Quoss won taking win him a hefty cash prize and a title.
Here is the list of pay outs at the $100,000 Super High Roller during the 2014 PokerStars.net Caribbean Adventure:
1st place: Fabian Quoss with $1,629,940
2nd place: Dan Shak with– $1,178,980
3rd place: Vanessa Selbst with $760,640
4th place: Antonio Esfandiari with $575,920
5th place: Matt Glantz with $445,520
6th place: Anthony Gregg with $347,720
7th place: Ole Schemion with $277,080
8th place: Mike McDonald with $217,320
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