EPT9 Grand Final: Too easy for Ole Schemion as he takes second trophy

May 15, 2013

Ole Schemion has won his second trophy here at the EPT Grand Final. We wrote about the rise and rise of Ole Schemion when he won event #16. All we can say is, ‘We told you so.’

And some handy info from EPT Media Coordinator Mad Harper: “This is his fifth tournament win in the last seven months – and his second in a week. Last Friday he beat a 33-strong field to take down the €5k PLO event. Now he’s added another €11,700 to his Monaco haul. There were 30 entries creating a €29,100 prize pool.
In September, Schemion won the Partouche final for €1,172,850, in November the Master Classics for €286,200 and the Lebanese Poker Tour only a month ago for $201,206. He won the €1k NL side events in Berlin two years running and bubbled the EPT Barcelona final table in August, finishing ninth for €55,100.”

EPT9 Grand Final, event #45
Date: 14 May, 2013
Buy-in: €1,100
Game: NLHE ‘Win the button’
Players: 30
Prize pool: €29,100


Ole Schemion

1. Ole Schemion, Germany, €11,700
2. Ahmad Ismail, France, €7,800
3. Sergey Tikhonov, Russia, €4,400
4. Konstantin Puchkov, Russia, €2,900
5. Asker Aloev, Russia, €2,300

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