Der britische Super High Roller Charlie " Epiphany77" Carrel lässt uns bei einer seiner Spin&Go Session auf PokerStars teilhaben. Dieses Mal ohne spirituelle. Epiphany Epiphany77s Foto. Absolvierte Spiele: ; Gesamtgewinne: $3,,; Größten Einsatz: $25,; Im Geld %: 20,11; Gesamtgewinn: NOI. Carrel spielt auf der Onlinepoker-Plattform PokerStars unter dem Nickname Epiphany Er zahlte zu Beginn 10 Pfund ein und konnte im April eine Bankroll.
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All rights reserved. Well, the combination of good decisions and good cards has continued for Carrel, who after three long days of poker -- and after starting ninth in chips among the final nine -- has emerged as the winner of this year's Spring Championship of Online Poker "High" edition of the Main Event.
Let's travel back to Sunday and consider some of the highlights of this one. We won't purport to explain how Carrel did it, but can at least offer some particulars from his journey to another massive tournament score.
Jason "jakoon" Koon winner of that PSC Bahamas Super High Roller mentioned above enjoyed the chip lead in the early going, with Dominik "Bounatirou" Nitsche moving ahead of him in the counts for a time during the third hour.
When late registration window finally shut tight there were entries all told, with uniques and re-entries. By then -- six hours into the event -- less than players remained with girafganger7 having moved into first position.
Later, as the day neared its close, Andras "probirs" Nemeth enjoyed the chip lead for a while before returning to the pack. Meanwhile two Team PokerStars Pros were among the early cashers.
Down to two tables, Harrison "gibler" Gimbel had edged into the chip lead. With nine left just one more small hand went by and play was paused for the night.
Gimbel led to start the final table, and as mentioned Carrel was last in the counts. And there were a bunch of all-stars in between, too, all still with a chance for the title.
As if there weren't enough suspense, there was about a half-hour delay to ensure everyone had connectivity before play resumed on the third and final day.
During the first half-hour Garrin4e took over the lead from Gimbel thanks in part to taking a decent pot off of Connor "blanconegro" Drinan.
Distracted by his friends in the UK, Carrel decided to move to Jersey to spend some time living with his Grandma.
He also managed to get enough revision in to get straight A stars in his A levels. Things were going pretty well.
A friend wired me a grand to get going on the tournaments. That was a good weekend. Those are memories that he will always have. It was also a time for him to take a short break from poker.
He's teaching his friend to move up in stakes and grinding the Sunday tournaments. He once needed to show his parents a graph of his 25NL winnings to persuade them that he could win at this game over the long run.
Look into the cookie jar and this kid is one of the smart ones. He has dreams of playing poker at the highest level but he's also a pragmatist.
So what has the young man learned?