Quoss Conquers EPO Final
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