2023 EPT Prague – Adamszki & Schemion Win High Roller Events

2023 EPT Prague – Adamszki & Schemion Win High Roller Events

2023 EPT Prague – Adamszki & Schemion Win High Roller Events

December 14, 2023

Mario Alfonsi

Tamas Adamszki and Ole SchemionSummary:

Some of the high roller events at 2023 EPT Prague have already played out
Adamszki captured two high-roller events while Schemion and Mulder won one each
The 2023 EPT Prague runs until December 17 at King’s Casino

The 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Prague is nearing its conclusion, with a number of key events already in the books, including some of the high-stakes events of the series.

Among the big winners so far are Hungary’s Tamas Adamszki, Germany’s Ole Schemion, and Dutch poker pro Teun Mulder.

Adamszki Wins Two High-Roller Events

Adamszki has had a great run so far at the series, taking down two high-roller events. The first one was a €10,200 No-Limit Hold’em which attracted 35 entries.

The final table was comprised of some familiar names, including Niklas Astedt who finished 5th for $32,994 and Pablo Silva who took home 56,808 for his 3rd-place finish. In the end, it was Adamszki who captured the tournament, defeating Michel Molenaar heads-up to walk away with $126,522 in top prize and his first recorded live tournament title. Molenaar earned $82,512 for finishing 2nd.

The rest of the final table was made up of Deividas Daubaris (4th, $42,174) and Yulian Bogdanov (6th, $25,650).

Adamszki triumphed in another high-stakes event just a few days later, the €50,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller, which is the biggest buy-in event of the series. The tournament pulled in 23 runners, with only four of them reaching the money.

Adamszki was the last player standing, earning a career-best $426,244. Fellow Hungarian Laszlo Bujtas finished second for $417,269, as Mulder (3rd, $216,864) and Japan’s Tsugunari Toma (4th, $144,612) completed the final table.

High Roller Victories for Mulder, Schemion

Mulder’s EPT Prague campaign has been a productive one with the Dutch poker pro final-tabling three events, including a victory in the first €25,000 No-Limit Hold’em event of the festival. Mulder topped a 15-entry field to secure the title and $194,562 in first-place prize. Paulius Plausinaitis finished runner-up for $116,640, while Astedt had another strong showing, claiming the 3rd spot for $77,760.

The second $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em event of the series attracted a bigger field of 27 entries, with the top five finishers walking away with some cash. Schemion won the tournament, walking away with the largest chunk of the prize pool worth $266,080.

Diego Zeiter finished second for $171,504, with Mulder earning $113,724 for finishing 3rd. The final two spots went to Nozomu Shimizu (4th, $82,296) and Kayhan Mokri (5th, $66,528).

The 2023 EPT Prague continues, with the final events crowning their winners on December 17, including the EPT Main Event.

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Author: Edward Adams