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Top American poker pro Chris Brewer (cover image) is having a great time at the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Paris. Five days after winning the €25,000 Single-Day High Roller, Brewer found himself in the winner`s circle again after navigating a 68-player field in the €50,000 Super High Roller to collect a career-best €959,520, lifting his second EPT trophy in the series. Jules Dickerson collected €623,800 for his second-place finish.
“It feels great,” said Brewer in the winner’s interview. “It was a pretty tough field. I mean, I ran amazing, and it was really fun to get to win twice this week.”
He also mentioned that this victory was more significant to him. “Yeah, this one feels better. I mean, the other one is a single-day 25K. This is a big one. It’s also the biggest cash I’ve ever had by a pretty big margin.”
Chris Brewer boosted his career tournament earnings to $7,814,103 after the win.
The €50,000 Super High Roller attracted 68 runners to collect €3,198,720 in the prize pool, and nine players made the money cut.
Timothy Adams bore the brunt of falling out on the money bubble. Adams’ fell prey to Thomas Muehloecker’s in an ultimate pre-flop cooler.
Final Table Chip Counts
Final Table Recap
The EPT London NLH Mystery Bounty champion Juan Pardo was the first to fall on the final table despite starting second in chips. He exited in ninth place after his failed to outdraw Pedro Marques’ .
Thomas Muehloecker was Marques’ second final table victim. Marques’ out-drew Muehloecker’s , busting him in eighth place.
Steve O’Dwyer’s fell flat against Jules Dickerson’s , sending the former packing in seventh place.
Dimitar Danchev exited in sixth place, courtesy of Chris Brewer’s .
Marques got to work again, taking down Gregoire Auzoux in fifth place, his cracking Auzoux’s .
Pedro Marques`s tournament run ended in fourth place – his proving to be no match for Petrangelo’s .
Nick Petrangelo couldn’t put Marques’ chips to much use as he was the next to fall in third place. Brewer’s dusted off Petrangelo’s .
Soon after Petrangelo left, Brewer (8,875,000) and Jules Dickerson (8,825,000) were almost neck-to-neck – both players sporting 40 BB stacks. Surprisingly, it took only a few hands before the winner was decided.
In the deciding hand of the tournament, Brewer raised it to 500,000 with , only to get three-bet to 1,500,000 by Dickerson, who held . Brewer called to see the flop open .
Post-flop, Dickerson continued for 800,000, and Brewer called. The turn was , and this time Dickerson slowed down and checked. And it was Brewer who led out for 1,200,000 with trip eights. Dickerson opted to call. An on the river gave Brewer quad eights, but Dickerson was not convinced and called Brewer’s all-in shove for 4,825,000 after some deliberation.
The massive blow left Dickerson with only 150,000, and on the next hand, Brewer made a flush with his to lift his second EPT Paris trophy and a career-best payday.
Final Table Results (EURO)
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