The World Poker Tour Prague main event attracted a field of 571 players and became the biggest European WPT event ever (the previous attendance record was set by WPT Vienna last season). Now, after 4 days of play, the tournament is down to a final table, and these are the players that will do everything in their power to take down the tournament and the first place prize of $630,263.
Seat 1: Adria Balaguer ~ 1,315,000
Seat 2: Andrey Pateychuk ~ 2,310,000
Seat 3: Benjamin Pollak ~ 4,865,000
Seat 4: Russell Carson ~ 725,000
Seat 5: Stanislav Kretz ~ 6,300,000
Seat 6: Sigurd Estelad ~ 1,575,000
As you can see above, two players (Stanislav Kretz & Benjamin Pollak ) have accumulated a lot more chips than the other finalists. Stanislav Kretz (photo), from Germany, isn't a well-known person in the poker world, but if he continues playing as good as during Day 3, he has a good chance to take home the tournament. Benjamin Pollak, from France, is not a newcomer in the poker world. Pollak has played major poker tournaments such as WPT, EPT and WSOP since 2007 with many good results. However, his biggest tournament cash so far (€100,800) is nowhere close to the money he can win today.
The final table kicks off at 15:30 CET and you can follow the action via the WPT live stream