Ole Schemion, 20 from Germany, enters the final table fifth in chips, but first in age. The youngster has already amassed over $2.1 million in career live tournament earnings, winning the 2012 Masters Classics of Poker in Amsterdam for $368,895, and then winning the 2012 Partouche Poker Tour Main Event, pocketing $1,474,671. He also has two other firsts, winning side events at EPT Berlin in both 2011 ($77,138) and 2012 ($90,075).
If Schemion wins today, he would have over $3.5 million in career live tournament earnings, which would be quite a feat for a 20-year old player.
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