Last year, David Benefield and Ole Schemion final tabled the €50,000 Super High Roller, cashed the €5,300 Main Event, and final tabled the €10,300 High Roller at European Poker Tour Barcelona.
This year, Dan Shak has completed two of the same three legs after placing eighth in the Super High Roller and 129th in the Main Event, and so has Scott Seiver. While Shak may have busted, Seiver is still alive in the Main Event following a fourth-place finish in the Super High Roller.
Ryan Fee also cashed the Super High Roller and is alive in the Main Event, but he didn't final table the Super High Roller — he placed 11th.
With the High Roller still to come tomorrow, Seiver and Shak could pull the same triple that Benefield and Schemion did last year, but Seiver won't be ditching his Main Event efforts just to chase that accomplishment. Instead, he'll be gunning for the €1,261,000 top prize in the Main Event.