Day 4 of the World Poker Merit Cyprus Classic kicked off yesterday with 18 survivors, including notables such as Erik Cajelais, Sam El Sayed, Robert Mizrachi and Marvin Rettenmaier. Many expected either Cajelais, Mizrachi or Sam El Sayed to make it through the day with their healthy stacks, but unfortunately all of them hit the rail during the day and will miss out on today's final table.
Luckily, Marvin Rettenmaier, who had one of the smallest stacks when Day 4 started, played fantastic poker and turned his 200k stack into a 2 million stack, which puts him in 3rd place on the final table. The German pro now has the chance to win his second WPT title this year after winning the WPT $25k buy-in Championship (Las Vegas) in May for $1,196,858! If he takes down the tournament, he will also become the first ever back-to-back World Poker Tour Champion!
Here are the final table chip countrs:
1. Ran Azor - 2,405,000
2. Artur Voskanyan - 2,003,000
3. Marvin Rettenmaier - 2,002,000
4. Kiryl Radzivonau - 1,865,000
5. Victor Parashiv - 1,115,000
6. Joseph El Khoury - 435,000
The final table starts at 13:00 (local time) with live stream on WPT's website.