There were three high roller tournaments at PokerStars on the weekend, in which poker players fought for titles and tens of thousands of dollars. Hungarian poker player Andras "probirs" Nemeth was able to take down two of these events.
This event collected 85 entries for $5 200 each, which provided the prize pool to be equal to $500 000. Only 11 players got in the money, including well-known poker professional from Finland – Samuel "€urop€an" Vousden.
The guy finished the tournament as a runner-up, having won $53 000 for the second place and $10 000 as bounty.
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The victory went to Hungarian poker player Andras Nemeth. For finishing first, "probirs" received $68 000 in prize money and $75 000 as bounty:
The tournament for $2 100 was held at PokerStars High Roller Club. The given buy-in was paid by 48 people, and 17 of them took advantage of re-entry. The bubble boy of the event was Benjamin "bencb789"Rolle, but it can’t be said that the guy left the tournament empty-handed: he won $878 as bounty.
Hungarian poker player Andras Nemeth entered the final heads-up again. In the final battle, he played against the Lithuanian 'kobasteris ", who eventually failed to win.
Andras received $42 000 for the first place. Thus, Nemeth earned around $200 000 in prize money over the last weekend.