Who Will Be The Last EPT Main Event Champion of 2018?
The final day of the 2018 PokerStars EPT Prague Main Event is here with its last six players still in the running for that amazing first-place prize of €1,020,000, the beautiful trophy, and the all-important title.
Action is set to start at noon local time here at the Hilton Prague with Paul Michaelis in pole position with 10,060,000 in chips. The German pro who resides in Austria is ahead of Alexandr Merzhvinskii (7,545,000) who has already experienced how it feels to lift a PokerStars trophy up.
The Ukrainian player is followed by Russia’s Artem Kobylynskyi with 6,075,000, Lithuania’s Laurynas Levinskas (4,765,000), poker Twitch’s hero Parker Talbot (3,690,000), and Carlos Branco from Portugal.
Seat Draw for the Final Day:
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The players will return to play the last 15:46 minutes of Level 30 which has a small blind of 60,000, big blind of 120,000, and a big blind ante of 120,000. They will then continue with Level 31 which features blinds of 80,000/160,000 and a big blind ante. Levels will last 90 minutes each until there are three players left, level durations will then be halved.
This is what they are all playing for:
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Make sure to follow the PokerNews updates to find out who will be crowned as the last EPT Champion of 2018!