Hailing from Nuremberg, Germany, Fabian Quoss is a professional poker player who is no stranger to success at the tables. Quoss, who has over $3.1 million in lifetime live tournament winnings, burst onto the live scene back in 2009. At the 40th World Series of Poker, Quoss made a deep run in the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em event that eventually resulted in a runner-up finish. This deep run allowed Quoss to pocket $427,911 and from there Quoss' tournament winnings continued to grow.
Just over one year later, Quoss added his first live tournament win to his resume when he took down the £3,500 English Poker Open Main Event in London.
While these early highlights showcase the talent that helped propel Quoss onto the live tournament scene, the young poker superstar has found much success in high roller tournaments as of late. Quoss scored his largest lifetime live score earlier this year at the 2013 Aussie Millions AU$250,000 Challenge when he finished in third place for a AU$750,000 payday. Just one month later, Quoss found himself with another third place finish, this time at the EPT 9 London High Roller event. Quoss is clearly no stranger to high pressure and high buy in events and will certainly be a force to be reckoned with at this final table.