Timothy Adams and Eelis Parssinen Latest Winners At Super High Roller Series Europe Poker Festival

Timothy Adams and Eelis Parssinen Latest Winners At Super Higher Roller Series Europe Poker Festival

The Merit Royal Hotel Casino &amp Spa in North Cyprus has played host to a smorgasbord of higher-stakes tournament action so far this month. The Super Higher Roller Series Europe, second consecutive festival taking spot at the venue, is presently reaching its climax with the $250,000 get-in Super High Roller Bowl Europe taking location over the course of 3 days. In the lead-up to that marquee event, a pair of tournaments wrapped up that each and every awarded hundreds of thousands in prize income, but flew under the radar in terms of live updates and streaming coverage due to the impending primary event.

Timothy AdamsThe initial to wrap up was a $25,000 purchase-in no-limit hold’em turbo occasion that was a late addition to the schedule. The tournament attracted a total of 31 entries, developing a prize pool of $775,000 that was in the end paid out amongst the prime 5 finishers.

When the smoke cleared, the final player standing was bracelet winner and 2020 Super High Roller Bowl Russia principal occasion champion Timothy Adams. The Canadian poker pro secured his 16th profession title and $310,000 for the win. Adams now has more than $28.two million in lifetime tournament earnings.

The victory came just a day prior to his fourth-location finish in the $50,000 acquire-in no-limit hold’em occasion. With that included, he has now produced a total of 4 final tables in 2022, including one more win in a €50,000 buy-in higher roller at the European Poker Tour Prague festival. He is now sitting inside the prime 60 in the Card Player Player of the Year and the PokerGO Tour points races thanks to his recent good results.

Marius Gierse, who won occasion no. three of this series, earned $201,500 as the runner-up finisher, even though Daniel Dvoress scored $124,000 as the third-spot finisher just ahead of he emerged victorious in occasion no. six for $731,000. Dvoress is now a top-50 POY contender, and is ranked 12th in the PGT standings.

Place Player Earnings (USD) POY Points PGT Points
1 Timothy Adams $310,000 336 186
2 Marius Gierse $201,500 280 121
3 Daniel Dvoress $124,000 224 74
4 Michael Soyza $85,250 168 51
5 Teun Mulder $54,250 140 33

A $25,000 pot-limit Omaha event ran alongside day 1 of the SHRB Europe primary event. It drew 20 players to construct a $500,000 prize pool that would be divvied up in between the top three finishers.

Finnish bracelet winner Eelis Parssinen came away with the title and the best prize of $270,000. This was his third final table in a pot-limit Omaha occasion at the series, possessing placed sixth in the kickoff $25,000 purchase-in occasion for $50,000 and fourth in the $50,000 acquire-in for $176,000. The score saw him increase his live tournament earnings to just shy of $two million.

Fellow Finn Joni Jouhkimainen was the runner-up, earning $150,000 for his second final-table displaying of the series. Yassin Mahmoud completed third for $80,000.

Place Player Earnings (USD) POY Points PGT Points
1 Eelis Parssinen $270,000 252 162
2 Joni Jouhkimainen $150,000 210 90
3 Yassin Mahmoud $80,000 168 48

Photo credit: Merit Poker.