Germany's Tobias Reinkemeier has over $2.3 million in live tournament winnings and is fifth on the German all-time money list. He's more of the silent killer on the felt, much like Patrik Antonius, and everyone in the poker world has nothing but good things to say about both his game and his personality.
In 2010, Reinkemeier earned his biggest live result when he won the EPT Grand Final €25,000 High Roller for €956,000. His next largest score came from an eighth-place finish in the Partouche Poker Tour Main Event in 2010 for €130,700. He also has a runner-up result from the World Poker Tour Vienna in 2011 and a sixth-place finish in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $25,000 High Roller from 2010.
Just a few days ago, Reinkemeier cashed in the EPT Berlin €10,000 High Roller that was won by fellow final table player Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier. Reinkemeier took fifth for €46,200 in that event.
Reinkemeier will enter the final table second in chips with 1.682 million. He's just slightly ahead of Daniel Negreanu, but worlds behind Justin Bonomo's chip lead.