Who Will Emerge as the EPT Vienna High Roller Champ?
The final day of the EPT Vienna High Roller here in Austria at the fabulous Hofburg Palace is upon us after three action-packed days.
The event, sponsored by PokerStars.net, attracted 141 players who registered for the €10,000 tournament, and with 40 reentries bringing total numbers up to 181 a record has been set for EPT Season 10. The total prize pool is €1,773,800 with the winner set to take home a whopping €392,900
They are now down to the unofficial final table of nine with one more player needed to bust before they reach the official final table. PokerNews will bring you the seat draw for the final nine as soon as it has been announced. Position is a key factor in poker and this could have a dramatic effect on how this table plays out.
Dmitry Yurasov from Russia is the chip leader with 1,866,000. Not far behind him is Benny Spindler representing Germany with 1,814,000, and third place is another Russian Anatoly Filatov on 1,555,000.
Team PokerStars Pro Jonathan Duhamel is still in contention sitting in sixth place with 690,000 chips while Fady Kamar is the shortest stack with 238,000.
Play resumes at Noon local time on Level 21 with blinds starting at 10,000 / 20,000 with a running 3,000 ante. The levels are 60 minutes long and play will continue until an EPT Vienna High Roller Champion is crowned.
The PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand to keep you up to date with every big hand, change of chip lead and bust out in what is sure to be a dramatic finale to this gripping event.