Another event at the 2022 European Poker Tour (EPT) Prague came to an end after a day full of action-packed gameplay. The €25,000 Single-Day High Roller I ended with Teun Mulder nailing the event and taking home a handsome prize of €250,928 along with his first-ever Spadie trophy.
The event witnessed 35 players generating a final prize pool of €840,350. After battling hard, only the top six places took home a portion of the prize pool.
The final table of nine players was set, the action had slowed down before Mudler scored a double elimination by busting Chris Brewer and Sirzat Hissou in the same hand. Mudler scored another elimination later in the form of Thoms Muehloecker at the seventh spot. The top six players were all set to get paid.
WSOP bracelet winner Nick Petrangelo was the first casualty in the money as he busted at the sixth spot with €58,830. Germany’s Ole Schemion followed in fifth place for €75,630.
Juan Pardo busted Zhuang Ruan in fourth place. Ruan went home with an addition of €96,640 to his bankroll. Leonard Maue, enjoyed a chip lead on multiple occasions throughout the day but bowed down in the third place for €126,050.
Pardo held a 2 to 1 chip lead against Mulder in the beginning of the heads-up. Mulder started to take control after he won a key hand with a flush. He continued his lead for a while before the two struck an ICM deal. Pardo barely missed his fourth EPT title as he took the runner-up spot for €232,272.
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