Stephen Graner Chip Leader Heading Into EPT11 Prague Main Event Final Table

Published on December 16th, 2014 10:09 pm EST

European Poker Tour - Logo - EPT - Large SizeSeven of the original 1,107 entrants in the EPT11 Prague main event are still alive after five full days of play in the tournament.

Stephen Graner will enter the final table as the tournament chip leader as he managed to finish Day 5 with over 12.4 million in chips. This is far ahead of his next closest competitor, Anton Bertilsson, who finished Day 5 with 7.74 million chips.

Here are the chip stacks heading into the final table:

Stephen Graner, 12,405,000
Anton Bertilsson, 7,740,000
Fabio Sperling, 4,710,000
Bjorn Wiesler, 3,285,000
Simon Mattsson, 2,130,000
Jonathan Wong, 1,900,000
Remi Castaignon, 1,030,000

Miltiadis Kyriakides was the final player to be eliminated on Day 5. Kyriakides was looking in good shape to double up after getting the remainder of his stack in the middle pre-flop holding A-K against Graner's A-T.

The flop, however, brought a Ten and Kyriakides was sent to the rail in eighth place.

All of the main event participants are guaranteed a minimum of €129,390 for making it to the final table, with the eventual winner taking home €969,000.


The 10k High Roller event just concluded its second day of play. There are currently 23 players left in contention - Oleksii Khoroshenin currently sits at the top of the pack with a chip stack of 2,015,000, while Ole Schemion sits in second place with just over 1.75 million in chips.

Some of the notable names who are still alive in the event include:

Dan Shak (713,000)
Jonathan Little (334,000)
Marvin Rettenmaier (305,000)
Ari Engel (213,000)

All of the remaining 23 players are guaranteed a minimum of €29,680 for making it through to Day 3, with the eventual winner taking home €606,400.


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