Quoss Conquers EPO Final
2010 English Poker Open champ Fabian Quoss.
German Fabian Quoss collected the 2010 English Poker Open title from the Palm Beach Casino in London this week.
Quoss, who made runner-up in a $5k at the 2009 World Series of Poker, walked away with £220,650 and the coveted George Trophy after beating Sebastian Crul heads-up.
A total of 193 players entered the £3500+£250 EPO main event over two starting days, including names like James Akenhead, Jennifer Tilly, Neil Channing, and Annette Obrestad.
EPT San Remo champ Liv Boeree made 12th for £9,500 and Phil Laak finished 18th for £6,800.
PartyPoker pro Felipe Ramos, who counts a WSOP final table as one of his biggest poker accomplishments, was the most well known player in the final. He finished fourth.
Below are the payouts from the final table.
1 Fabian Quoss £220,650
2 Sebastian Crul £129,000
3 Mathew Frankland £77,400
4 Felipe Ramos £54,300
5 Andrew Brennan £40,750
6 Brent Lehring £30,550
7 Mark Norman £23,750
8 Salman Behbehani £17,000
9 Stephen Chimelski £13,600
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