Carrel Wins $10k EPT Dublin High Roller, Timex Crushing ME

Charlie Carrel2
Charlie Carrel

The U.K.’s Charlie Carrel outlasted 89 entries to take down the €10k Single-Day High Roller for €164,500 in a marathon contest yesterday.

Carrel pulled off a come-from-behind victory against Dominik Nitsche in a heads-up match that didn’t end until 4 a.m.

The final table also included Canadian Mark Radoja and Aussie Jeff Rossiter.

Carrel has been on fire at EPT Dublin and already locked up €245k for finishing third in the €25k High Roller earlier in the festival.

Here’s a complete look at the EPT Dublin €10k Single-Day High Roller final-table payouts (*reflects four-way deal):

1st - Charlie Carrel, UK, €164,500 *
2nd - Dominik Nitsche, Germany, €139,450 *
3rd - Mark Radoja, Canada, €144,180 *
4th - Francois Billard, Canada, €128,120 *
5th - Paul Tedeschi, France, €66,480
6th - Demetrio Barreca, Italy, €51,800
7th - Jeff Rossiter, Australia, €41,000
8th - Seng Ung, UK, €31,940

McDonald, Mateos Headline EPT Dublin Main Event Day 2

Mike Mcdonald
Mike McDonald

Day 1b of the 2016 EPT Dublin Main Event wrapped yesterday with a massive influx of 442 players.

Combined with the 147 players from Day 1a and several early registrations for today the final player count of 605 players made for an overall prize pool of €2,934,250.

The chip lead heading into Day 2 belongs to Gilles Bernies with 189,600 but Mike McDonald (162,400), Adrien Mateos (128,800), Anthony Zinno (124,800) and Fabrice Soulier (123,400) are also in the discussion.

As expected EPT Dublin drew a strong contingent of U.K.-based players with 16% of the field holding a U.K. passport.

Action resumes today at 12:00 GMT and this is actually the first day the EPT Live Stream will be going for the Main Event. You can check out the EPT Dublin Live Stream right here on PokerListings.com.

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olivrstal 2016-02-17 05:19:19

What a beast.
(There is a mistake in the article: He finished 3rd in the 25k, not second.)

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