Adrian Mateos crushed his opponents by outlasting a 64-entry field being composed of 52 unique players. He walks off with the €50K Single-Day No-Limit Hold’em-Tournament at Poker Stars Championship, conferred upon him by the Monte Carlo Casino. Mateos acquired €908K alongside the title and the trophy. Prevailing over the ingenious and deft Canadian Poker Pro, Daniel Dvoress, in a very cagey fashion, Mateos took advantage of his five-to-one chip lead at the inception of the final battle.
Eric Seidel landed up with the third spot earning €423800. He had never failed to effectively present the remarkable results for three decades, as one of the most enlivening players in the history of Poker. Only a million behind the team PokerStars Pro and ace player Daniel Negreanu in the all-time rankings, Seidel surpassed the 32 million dollar proceeds with his 3rd prize.
Fedor Holz is the sole player to cash out all three €50K Single-Day Tournament which took place at EPT Grand Final/Poker Stars ChampionshipMonte Carlo. Holz took over the 4th place with €319800 as a surplus to €271670, which he received by finishing at the 5th place in 2016 and €329800 by finishing at the 4th place in 2015.