€5,300 Main Event

Who will Win the 2014 EPT Prague Main Event?

Stephen Graner Leads Field into Final Day

Only seven players out of a record-breaking field of 1,107 entries remain in the €5,300 PokerStars EPT Prague Main Event and Stephen Graner helds a commanding lead when play resumes at 12:00 CET. The tournament recommences in level 30 at blinds 50,000-100,000 / ante 10,000 and 2013 EPT Deauville champion Remi Castaignon is the short stack with 1,030,000.

Jonathan Wong (1,900,000) from the UK and Simon Mattsson of Sweden (2,130,000) both have double as many chips as the Frenchman. Two Germans are still in to keep the winning streak alive in Season 11 after Andre Lettau came first in Barcelona and Sebastian Pauli emerged victorious in London. Bjorn Wiesler is fourth in chips with 3,285,000 and Fabio Sperling has 4,710,000.

PokerStars online qualifier Anton Bertilsson accumulated 7,740,000 chips thus far whereas Graner boasts massive 12,405,000. A fifth place finish would result in a new career-best score for the American, who came sixth at the inaugural Millionaire Maker at the 2014 World Series of Poker for $273,854 this summer. All seven players have at least €129,390 locked up for their efforts with the winner set to take home astonishing €969,000.

Here is how the players line up:

1Anton BertilssonSweden7,730,000
2Simon MattssonSweden2,155,000
3Jonathan WongUK1,900,000
4Stephen GranerUSA12,405,000
5Bjorn WieslerGermany3,285,000
6Remi CastaignonFrance1,030,000
7Fabio SperlingGermany4,710,000

The action of the Main Event will be streamed live on the internet and is subject to a security delay of one hour, thus the PokerNews live reporting will start at 13:00 CET. You can also check out the PokerNews live coverage of the final day of the record breaking €10,300 High Roller as well. Only 23 players remain out of a record-breaking field of 309 entries and 2014 EPT Vienna champion Oleksii Khoroshenin will return as chip leader.

Tags: Andre LettauAnton BertilssonBjorn WieslerEPT PragueFabio SperlingJonathan WongOleksii KhorosheninRemi CastaignonSebastian PauliSimon MattssonStephen GranerSteve Wong