Different Stop, Same Story for These High Stakes Crushers

Different Stop, Same Story for These High Stakes Crushers

Two more high roller events have taken place at EPT Paris, and some familiar faces have left the star-studded fields in their wake once again.

Teun Mulder picked up his first live PokerStars win of the year while Daniel Dvoress claimed his second title of the series, just days after prevailing in 25,000 NL Hold'em II.

Also among the latest winners in the French capital is 2017 Irish Open champion Griffin Benger. The Canadian sprinted to first place in last night's 1,050 NLHE Hyper Turbo.

Another EPT Title for Mulder

At the EPT Prague festival in December 2023, Mulder claimed the top spot on the Netherlands' All Time Money List. He's now furthered the gap between himself and Jorryt van Hoof after getting his fourth victory under the EPT umbrella here at Les Palaias des Congres.

Mulder overcame Imad Derwiche in heads-up play to take down Event #22: 25,000 NLHE and bag the 389,870 up top.

The tournament had a prize pool of 1,199,520 thanks to the 51 entries and saw the final seven players make the money.

25,000 NLHE Results

1Teun MulderNetherlands389,870
2Imad DerwicheLebanon257,900
3Jean-Noel ThorelFrance173,950
4Roman HrabecCzechia131,950
5Daniel DvoressCanada101,950
6Leon SturmGermany80,950
7Joao VeiraPortugal62,950

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Dvoress Crosses $29M Mark

Benjamin Franklin famously wrote, 'Nothing is certain except death, taxes and Daniel Dvoress crushing EPTs.' Okay, that last bit may be a new addition from us at PokerNews, but when Dvoress takes a seat at the iconic blue felt, history often repeats itself.

His latest 25K appearance resulted in his arm being raised once again, and netted him a further 275,780 in prize money. After overcoming the equally talented Adrian Mateos in the final showdown, his six-figure payout propelled him across the $29 million mark in live tournament earnings.

Dvoress' jaunt in Paris has proved fruitful, with four cashes and two wins seeing him paid out a total of 885,570 since the festival began on Valentine's Day.

25,000 NLHE Results

1Daniel DvoressCanada275,780
2Adrian MateosSpain179,900
3Markkos LadevEstonia124,000
4Niklas AstedtSweden92,000
5Tamas AdamszkiHungary72,000
6Artur MartirosianRusssia56,000

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Benger Reigns Supreme in Hyper Turbo

The latest tournament to wrap up proceedings at EPT Paris was the 1K Hyper Turbo, and standing tall at the end was Griffin Benger. More than ten years since his last triumph at an EPT, the PokerStars commentator secured a 43,600 payout after besting the 215-entry field.

1,050 NLHE Hyper Turbo Final Table Results

1Griffin BengerCanada43,600
2Azamat TulepbergenovKazakhstan27,250
3Dylan CechowskiFrance19,460
4Raymond HilbertLuxembourg14,970
5Marc MazouzFrance11,520
6Aurelien RoussoFrance8,990
7Bart LybaertBelgium7,500
8David GuettaFrance6,250
9Tiago RochaPortugal5,430

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EPT Paris Winners So Far

EventEntriesPrize PoolWinnerPayout
1,100 NLHE FPS Main Event4,1493,983,040Mateusz Moolhuizen470,830
1,100 NLHE Freezeout287275,520Joao Oliveira55,820
10,200 NLHE Mystery Bounty103988,800 (incl. bounties)Duco ten Haven244,000 (incl. bounties)
1,100 Pot-Limit Omaha175171,500Ewen Trevidy40,100
25,000 NLHE I511,199,520Stephen Chidwick389,820
25,000 NLHE II621,458,240Daniel Dvoress444,840
550 NLHE FPS Cup2,055986,400Nolan Madene143,200
2,200 NLHE FPS High Roller1,7943,448,320Henrik Juncker544,790
50,000 NLHE EPT Super High Roller622,916,480Thomas Santerne889,480
5,200 Pot-Limit Omaha94460,600Bogdan Capitan122,900
25,000 NLHE III511,199,520Teun Mulder389,870
2,100 NLHE260499,200Enzo Vito102,170
25,000 NLHE IV34799,680Daniel Dvoress275,780
1,050 NLHE Hyper Turbo215206,400Griffin Benger43,600


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