Scott Seiver, who finished runner-up in the event last year, has made history here in Monaco by completing a high roller hat trick, cashing in the €100,000 Super High Roller (8th - €261,800), €50,000 Super High Roller (9th - €92,860), and €25,000 High Roller (20th - €62,100).
While other players like Vanessa Selbst and Ole Schemion have completed a Super High Roller/High Roller/Main Event hat trick at other EPT stops, the EPT11 Grand Final was the first time there's ever been three high rollers of this caliber.
Seiver, who also won Event #43 €5,300 Pot-Limit Omaha for €75,900 here in Monte Carlo, fell when he shoved his last 124,000 from the cutoff and Andrey Andreev called from the button.
The flop gave Andreev a set, but Seiver was drawing live to an eight. The gave Seiver some chop options to a flush, but it was not meant to be as the blanked on the river.