Last week, Ole Schemion began the final day of the €50,000 Super High Roller as the chip leader. A few days after that, he was temporarily the chip leader in the Main Event. Now, amazingly, Schemion is the chip leader in the €10,000 High Roller.
It happened in a big hand against Vincent Verdickt and the winner of the €50,000 SHR, Vitaly Lunkin. The preflop details are a bit sketchy, but it appeared an unknown player opened and Schemion three-bet to 8,500 from the hijack. Verdickt then shoved all in for 18,000 from the cutoff, Lunkin five-bet to 30,000 and action folded back to Schemion.
The young German, who is not yet 21, enjoyed the massage he was receiving for a solid thirty seconds before spiking in a stack of blue T5,000 chips for a six-bet to 118,500. Lunkin shrugged and then slid in his chips, was right around the same amount.
Schemion got it in good and was looking to dodge aces and fives. With Lunkin and Verdickt both on their feet they watched helplessly as the board ran out . Lunkin shook hands with Schemion and then the dealer pushed the massive pot to the smiling German.