Fabian Quoss managed to bink the €50.000 Single-Day Super High Roller at the 2016 EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo for €849.059. In heads-up play he made a deal with no one less than fellow German Ole Schemion, who won the €100.000 Super High Roller two days earlier for nearly €1.6 million.
A total of 62 players dug deep in their pockets to buy-in for the one day event, with an additional 8 rebuys, creating a prize pool of €3.430.000. Nine of these players reached the money and were guaranteed a €98.480 payday. The final table, as expected, had a lot of noteable names, such as Fedor Holz, David Peters and Steve O'Dwyer.
After 17 hours of play, Quoss and Schemion were the last men standing. After making a deal, chipleader Schemion secured €857.241 and Quoss took a guaranteed €799.059 with €50.000 left to play for. The action started off a bit slow with some limps and shoves, but the tables turned when Schemion shoved with the Ks3s and got called by Quoss' As7h. After a board of AhThTs3dKh all of a sudden Quoss held the chiplead.
After a few more hands Quoss was in good shape again when he called Schemion's shove. Schemion had shoved with another suited king; Kc5c. Quoss made the easy call with AdQs and after a flop of As4h8d it was all but over. The Qc on the turn left Schemion drawing dead and after the 3s on the river the players shook hands.
After these results, Schemion rose from the fifth to first place in the Germany All-Time Money List.