Austrian Stefan Jedlicka wins EPT13 Malta €10,000 High Roller for € 335,200

By | October 31, 2016

Austrian Stefan Jedlicka wins EPT13 Malta €10,000 High Roller for € 335,200Austrian professional poker player and game changer Stefan Jedlicka becomes the champion of EPT13 Malta €10,000 High Roller.

He collected an amount of € 335,200 as first prize and defeated 114 other participants.

Meanwhile Belgium’s Pierre Neuville becomes the runner up in the game and was able to collect € 228,400 before he leaves.

The High Roller of EPT#13 Malta took place from October 27-29, 2016 in Malta, which received 115 entries( 29 re entrants) and generated a massive €1,396,800 as prize pool.

But it was Stefan Jedlicka who wins the title for € 335,200. Before this win, Jedlicka has some good earnings to his name such as ESPT7 High Roller in Barcelona in August , where he collected €251,500, PT8 Malta Main Event (31st for €4,540), and just after two more days he earned €35,600, by playing the final table of €2K side event.

Now let’s come to the points. The final table started on its scheduled time with chip leaders such as Charlie Carrel of United Kingdom, who had 410,000 chip counts, Michael Kane of United Kingdom, who had 810,000 chip counts, Romanian Liviu Ignat, who had 1,012,000 chip counts, and Belgium’s Pierre Neuville, who was the chip leader with total 1,695,000 chips.

The first man who hit the rail was German Kilian Kramer, who made € 43,300 from the tournament and finished his journey at eighth position.

After his removal a UK pro poker player named Charlie Carrel got busted to seventh place for a winning total of amount € 58,670.

Liviu Ignat, a pro from Romaina took home € 78,200, being sixth position holder, whereas fifth position of the high roler belongs to a player from Spain named Cristian Egues, who was the live satellite winner. The Spanish pro took home € 99,870 with him.

UK’s Michael Kane, the Live satellite winner did well but not like Jedlicka. He completed at fourth place for € 124,330.

First, second and third places of the high roller goes to Stefan Jedlicka (winner from Austria got € 335,200, Pierre Neuville( second place for € 228,400) and Theo Jorgensen of Denmark and a Team PokerStars Pro collects € 150,850 being third.