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Finland High Roller Poker Titles go to Sami Kelopuro and Jens Kyllönen

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/11/2011
Finland High Roller Poker

Sami Kelopuro, who has won well over a million dollars in recent months, excelled at this week’s Fennia Grand Slam, NLHE Turbo,  taking 85.000€.

Jens Kyllönen also walked away with 85.000€ in the Fennia Grand Slam, PLO €20K Turbo that featured 10 players.

Both events took place in Finland at the Grand Casino Helsinki, with a limited number of participants from the high stakes poker world.

Kyllönen’s took part in the €20K buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tournament while Kelopuro was involved in a €20K buy-in NLHE tournament. 

A total of 18 players took part between the two events including Ilari "Ilari FIN/Ziigmund" Sahamies and recent EPT Tallinn Main Event winner Ronny Kaiser. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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