Huge prize pools were up for grabs in the Sunday Grind as the Omaholic tournament series had its Grand Finale. Thomas Hueber and Ole Schemion shipped yesterday’s biggest prized events for massive six-figure scores.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $10,300 Omaholic Super High Roller at GG Network
- $1.050 Omaholic High Roller at GG Network
- $5.200 High Roller Big Game at partypoker
- $5,200 The High Roller at partypoker
Thomas Hueber wins $10,300 Omaholic Super High Roller for $224,878.12
Absolute highlight of this Sunday Grind was the $10,300 Omaholic Super High Roller.
96 of the best PLO players in the world paid the high $10,300 buy-in and generated a prize pool of $960,000.
Several online legends made the final table including Isaac Haxton, Connor “blanconegro” Drinan, Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielivksi and Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira.
Surprisingly, given the strength of the final table, it was Austrian PLO specialist Thomas Hueber, who came out on top and snatched a career-high $224,878.12 score.
“theNERDguy” adds another Major Title in the $1,050 Omaholic High Roller, JNandez87 in 6th place
The second highlight event at the GGPoker Omaholic tournament series was the $1,050 Omaholic High Roller.
A whopping 214 players registered and created a $214,000 prize pool. Once again a couple of Omaha legends such as Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielivksi, Krasimir Yankov and Fernando “JNandez87” Habegger made the final table, who streamed the whole event plus some cash game live on Twitch Poker.
Watch the Omaholic High Roller Final Table + High Stakes PLO Cash here:
While JNandez87 busted in 6th place for $10,844.66, Dzivielivksi and Yankov made it to heads-up play, where they decided to chop it for $40k each.
Ole Schemion wins The High Roller at partypoker for $100,517
Not only at GGNetwork there was some high roller action, but also over at partypoker with the $5,200 The High Roller.
67 players smashed the $250k guarantee and there were $335,000 in the prize pool with $100,517 up top.
11 places were paid and Portuguese local hero Joao “Naza114” Vieira became the unlucky bubble boy.
Although Naza busted just shy of the final table, we still saw one of the toughest FT in recent history including online legends Timothy “Tim0thee” Adams, Andras “probirs” Nemeth, Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick, Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden, Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph and Ole “wizowizo” Schemion.
The latter once again emerged victorious by beating upcoming online tournament star Sven Joakim Andersson heads-up for the title to secure another staggering six-figure score.
Jason Koon takes down partypoker Big Game for $76,189.14
Ole Schemion was not the only high stakes legend, who won a major tournament at party, as Jason Koon shipped the High Roller Big Game for a whopping $76,189.14.
124 players signed up for partypoker signature event and made sure that the $300,000 guarantee was easily reached.
Biggest name on the final table was high stakes superstar Wiktor “Limitless” Malinowski, who finished in 7th place for $11,938.34.
Further notables on the strong FT were Andrii Novak, Aleksejs “APonakov” Ponakovs and German online legend Claas “ssicK_OnE” Segebrecht.
All of them couldn’t stop Jason Koon to add another major victory to his incredible tournament results. Koon defeated Aleks Dimitrov heads-up to secure the huge $76K score.
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