Fabio Sperling Leads Tournament Heading Into Day 5

Published on December 16th, 2014 1:25 am EST

European Poker Tour - Vienna - EPT - LogoVanessa Selbst, with her $10,554,413 in lifetime tournament cashes and multiple World Series of Poker bracelets, has accomplished much over her career as a professional poker player.

One title that has eluded her so far, however, is a European Poker Tour main event win. Sure, Selbst has won multiple NAPT titles and took down the High Roller event at the 2013 Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure, but she has never been able to take down an EPT main event.

Selbst will be looking to change all of that over the coming days as she is currently deep in the EPT11 Prague main event.

After four full days of play, 22 of the original 1,107 entrants are still alive in the event.

Fabio Sperling finished Day 4 as the chip leader, as he managed to compile a stack of 4.357 million chips. Stephen Graner (3,228,000), Sam Grafton (3,228,000) and Davidi Kitai (2,307,000) all finished strong as well.

Vanessa Selbst, who is the most recognizable name still left in the tournament, managed to finish Day 4 with 2,040,000 in chips. This means that Selbst will start Day 5 with the fifth largest chip stack.


The eventual winner of the event will walk away with nearly 970k Euros, which translates into roughly $1.2 million USD.

Here are the chip stacks heading into Day 5 on Tuesday:

Fabio Sperling - 4,357,000
Stephen Graner - 3,228,000
Sam Grafton - 2,610,000
Davidi Kitai - 2,307,000
Vanessa Selbst - 2,040,000
Miltiadis Kyriakides - 1,900,000
Andras Nemeth - 1,813,000
Bjorn Wiesler - 1,504,000
Remi Castaignon - 1,385,000
Tamer Kamel - 1,304,000
Jakub Slemr - 1,278,000
Balasz Botond - 1,248,000
Jonathan Wong - 1,216,000
Francesco Greico - 1,215,000
Simon Mattsson - 1,172,000
Anton Bentilsson - 1,131,000
Artem Metalidi - 1,065,000
Sergey Lebedev - 678,000
Pascal Pflock - 671,000
Roman Pavliuk - 608,000
Thomas Butzhammer - 320,000
Nandor Solyom - 182,000


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