Andras Nemeth Wins EPT Prague €25,000 Single Day High Roller II (€211,760)

Andras Nemeth Wins EPT Prague €25,000 Single Day High Roller II (€211,760)

Andras Nemeth EPT Prague €25,000 Single Day High Roller

The €25,000 Single Day High Roller II has come to its conclusion after 9 hours of play. The single-day event attracted 21 entries to generate a prizepool of €504,210 which the top four finishers grabbed a piece of.

Grabbing the largest piece at the end of the day was Andras Nemeth who won the grand prize of €211,760 after an utterly dominating performance.

The well-known EPT regular from Hungary has amassed over a whopping $3,400,000 in career earnings and this prize will fit in nicely amongst the top ten largest scores of his career. It is also the second EPT Spadie trophy he has won in his career, with the other one being at EPT Barcelona in 2018, which remains the largest live score of his career.

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Tournament Recap

The day began slowly as only four players started the day. But more entries would come steadily and peak at fourteen playing at one time with a few players buying in more than once to create fourteen unique entrants over the 21 entries.

Nemeth would play the role of grim reaper for the field as he became the overwhelming chip leader just before the final table congregation and really set sail after a key hand that busted other big stack Ole Schemion.

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From that point on, it never really looked like there would be anything to help relinquish the grip of Nemeth as he continued to decimate the table and accumulated as much as two-thirds of the chips in play with six players still remaining.

Stephen Chidwick became the bubble boy when he was eliminated to bring the field into the money with four players.

Nemeth would show no mercy on his fellow cashers as he eliminated Yuri Dzivielevski in fourth place and then Sirzat Hissou in second place shortly after and held 83% of the chips going into heads-up play which he would finish off after very brief resistance from Pablo Brito Silva who finished as runner-up to make for a relatively quick day at the office for a massive payday.

Author: Justin Graves