(5.11.2017) Dominik Nitsche won WSOP Europe (€111,111, High Roller for One Drop)Dominik Nitsche got his lead, took € 3,487,463 and another WSOP Gold Bracelet in the Event # 10: € 111,111 High Roller for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em. Nitsche overcame another German Andreas Eiler in heads-up where he was in command for most of the time. Eiler has nothing to be ashamed of as he left with massive amount of € 2.151.518 in prize money. Nitsche celebrated the win for the fourth time during his career but this time it was the biggest win for him. Nitsche started his career as an online grinder and became acclaimed as the best one. Previous three bracelets were won in No-Limit Hold’em tournaments with 1,000 dollar buy-ins. The biggest win was 654,797 dollars. This tournament meant a lot for Nitsche as he won over top-notch players and additional bonus of € 3,4 million is a nice addition to anyone’s bankroll. When Nitsche was asked about what he feels after winning his fourth bracelet, he responded: “It’s not about the bracelet, nor the amount I won. It’s all about the way I played. I am proud of the way I played more than of the win itself”. Nitsche was playing strong, better than ever. All the hard work he put into his game paid out. “I’ve spent lots of time playing heads-up and feel like I was playing at home. I felt like I was the strongest player and played perfectly. I wouldn’t change a thing.” Nitsche has many friends among poker players, many friends, winners of prestigious tournaments, and he feels he is the best among equals. “I’ve chosen a high roller tournament as I like to play against the best, and when you come atop of them – you feel just great. I will try to take my fifth win! I love these tournaments!”

05.11.2017

Dominik Nitsche has come out on top of an illustrious field to capture €3,487,463 and another WSOP gold bracelet in Event #10: €111,111 High Roller for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em. Nitsche defeated his fellow German counterpart, Andreas Eiler in a heads-up match that saw Nitsche show complete domination. Eiler has nothing to be ashamed of as he will walk away with €2,155,418.

Nitsche struck gold for the fourth time in his career, this one for the largest payday. Nitsche started his poker career as an online grinder and became known to many worldwide as one of the best. His previous three bracelets came in $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em events with his biggest score being $654,797. This one means a little more to Nitsche, competing against some of the best players in the world, and the €3.4 million added bonus doesn’t hurt either.

When asked what it feels like to win his fourth bracelet, Nitsche gave a pretty humble answer. “It’s really nice, it’s not about the bracelets for me it’s about how well I played. Im more proud of how I played rather than I won.”

Nitsche looked as strong as ever when it came down to heads-up play and he credited the work he has been putting into the game. “I’ve put a lot of time recently, into heads-up cash games so I felt comfortable all the way through. I felt like I was the strongest player and made now mistakes. I played perfect, there was nothing I would change.”

There are many of Nitsche’s friends from Germany that also compete in these prestige events throughout the world and Nitsche feels like he belongs now. “I compete in the high-rollers because I love battling with the best so to finally win one of those feels fantastic. I’ll be looking forward to winning number five now because winning tournaments is fun.”

Final Table WSOPE One Drop 2017