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Quite good attendance and positive feedback from the players about the first one-day high roller led the organizers to the idea of repeating this tournament. The second tournament did not cause the same excitement but collected quite bearable 66 entries. With a buy-in of €25,500, the prize fund confidently surpassed €1.6 million.
Stephen Chidwick again got to the final table. The other prize-winners of the first tournament were less successful. This time Steven was accompanied by Mustapha Kanit (8th place, €61,450), Dan Coleman (€100,300), footballer Gerard Pique (5th place, €129,350) and Luke Greenwood (4th place, €166,500). Chidwick took the third place, adding another €220,700 to the previous payment.
Taking into account the breaks, the final heads-up between Ben Tollerene and Pavel Plesuv took more than 4 hours. The five-fold advantage of Tolleren quickly melted, and the heads-up turned into a swing, in course of which one player was taking the lead after another. In several hours opponents decided to divide the prize 50/50 (€406,300) The decisive coin was pulled by Plesuv.
In parallel with the so called one-day High Roller sequel, the second day of the PLO High Roller with €10,300 buy-in was held. Only 15 players among 111 registered participants survived the bubble. Frenchman Sylvain Loosli appeared to be the most famous and successful player among the winners. He won the main prize, beating Portuguese Pedro Zagalo in the heads-up. At the close of trading, players were paid €236,400 and €231,400 respectively.
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