Flip With a German For The Big Win!
Holz, Vogelsang, Kempe, Nitsche and Schemion are never far from a massive result in the biggest events
Published 5 years agoDominik Nitsche $10m main event prize "horrible for poker"
Dominik Nitsche discusses his WSOP bracelet collection and why he is against the $10m first place prize for the WSOP Main Event.
It’s been an action-packed first half as the partypoker MILLIONS UK returned to the iconic Dusk Till Dawn Casino
The partypoker Barcelona Grand Final may have had some famous names running deep in the Main Event, but Gus Hansen unfortunately wasn’t one of them.
The Englishman saw off a tough field of 40 entries which included the likes of Flying Dutchman Marcel Luske.
While Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom was taking down the Main Event in Rozvadov, Dominik Nitsche was laying claim to the last of the High Roller events.
It was a legend of yesteryear who was making his mark on the Party Poker MILLIONS – Patrik Antonius seeing off a host of other big names to take down the €25k High Roller
Seven years on from his first recorded cash, German Ole Schemion showed once again that home advantage can be a real driver of success.
Miroslaw 'Killer' Klys and Casey Kastle are currently tied for the most tournament cashes in different countries.