EPT10 Grand Final: Ole Schemion wins Player of the Year title after stunning $2,131,055 haul

May 02, 2014

Ole Schemion has won the Season 10 European Poker Tour Player of the Year after putting in a season on the European Poker Tour quite unlike any other. He’s cashed in fourteen events, which includes an incredible three Super High Roller final tables, and is also the first – and likely the last – player to cash in all three blue ribbon events (Main Event, High Roller and Super High Roller) at three separate stops. All that in one single season.

It’s a powerhouse performance from the 21-year-old German which has grossed $2,131,055 in EPT tournament cashes. He now collects another €50,000 in the form of a PokerStars passport which can be used in any live PokerStars or Full Tilt Poker Main Event anywhere in the world. Check out the Player of the Year leader board here. It doesn’t yet include all the final results but you can believe us when we say he romped it.


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The Schemion Season 10 roll of honour
EPT Grand Final Main Event: 44th, €24,400
EPT Grand Final Super High Roller: 7th, €307,000
EPT Sanremo High Roller: 1st, €265,000
EPT Sanremo side event: 29th, €2,000
EPT Vienna side event: 8th, €15,100
PCA High Roller: 7th, $216,040
PCA Main Event: 144th, $17,600
PCA Super High Roller: 7th, $277,080
EPT Prague Main Event: 5th, €218,300
EPT London side event: 2nd, £33,390
EPT Barcelona Main Event: 123rd, €10,000
EPT Barcelona High Roller: 6th, €90,700
EPT Barcelona Super High Roller: 6th, €159,200

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I’ve piled up all my money. Can you see the top?

Click through to live updates, features and interviews from the EPT Grand Final Main Event and the EPT Grand Final Super High Roller. You can also check out all the EPT Grand Final side event results.

is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.


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