The third and final day of the 2016 PokerStars European Poker Tour €10,300 High Roller saw 13 hopefuls from a 185-entry field return to the tables at the Royal Dublin Society. With the top 27 spots reaching the money, the remaining field was well into the money with Sergey Lebedev in the lead, but the Russian wasn’t the man walking away with the title. That accomplishment was fulfilled by American Samuel Panzica to the tune of €375,770.
Lebedev ultimately settled for third place after having already finished 10th in the €10,200 Single-Day High Roller a few days ago.
Panzica and Akin Tuna cut a deal before heads-up play started and left €65,770 and the trophy up for grabs. In the end it was Panzica who emerged victorious and shattered his previous biggest cash of $109,326. Sam Panzica tells PokerNews that he almost didn’t register the $10K tournament he just won!
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