After a week of tense action, PokerStars Monte Carlo EPT Grand Final's 665 players have become only 8, which means that the final table is set and the big money is really, really close.
Seat 1 - Rodrigo Capriolo, Brazil, 2,945,000
Seat 2 - Bernard Guignon, France, 4,900,000
Seat 3 - Michael Dietrich, Canada, 1,550,000
Seat 4 - Sergio Castellucio, Italy, 1,410,000
Seat 5 - Mohsin Charania, United States, 2,215,000
Seat 6 - Daniel Gomez, Spain, 2,665,000
Seat 7 - Clayton Mozdzen, Canada, 1,430,000
Seat 8 - Lucille Cailly, France, 2,865,000
As you can see above, the Frenchman Bernard Guignon will bring about 2 million more than his closest opponents - Rodrigo Capriolo from Brazil and fellow countrywoman Lucille Cailly. Though the most familiar face and the most experienced tournament player on the final table is Sergio Castellucio. The Italian has several EPT cashes including a 16th place finish in this event back in 2009.
There are some amazing cash prizes up for grabs on the final table today. Just have a look below and you'll get my drift.