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EPT Prague: €50,000 Super High Roller Final Table Is Set: Jacobson Bubbles

Tags: EPT Prague, Leonid Markin, Martin Jacobson.
Posted on 11 December 2014 by "T".

41 players (+ 10 re-entries) entered the 2014 EPT Prague Super High Roller for €50,000 a piece. 2014 WSOP Main Event winner Martin Jacobson were among the 35 players (32 from Day 1 + 3 new entries) who returned for Day 2, however, he ended up being eliminated on the final table bubble. Happies "bubble boy" in history? 

Relatively unknown Leonid Markin of Russia will bring the largest stack to today's final table - where a first prize of €771,360 is up for grabs! He will be joined by the likes of Day 1 chip leader and 2013 EPT Prague High Roller winner Ivan Soshnikov, high stakes legend Juha Helppi and England's very own Stephen Chidwick.

Final table lineup:

Seat 1 - Stephen Chidwick, UK, 660,000
Seat 2 - Paul Newey, UK, 1,510,000
Seat 3 - Juha Helppi, Finland, 2,030,000
Seat 4 - Ivan Soshnikov, Russia, 1,925,000
Seat 5 - Brian Roberts, USA, 275,000
Seat 6 - Leonid Markin, Russia, 3,350,000
Seat 7 - Vladimir Troyanovskiy, Russia, 3,000,000

The final table kicks off at noon with the blinds at 20,000/40,000 with 5,000 ante. Check back tomorrow for a final table recap.


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5 comments on "EPT Prague: €50,000 Super High Roller Final Table Is Set: Jacobson Bubbles"

 doubletop77711/12/2014 09:43:57 GMT
A very strong final table and it will be interesting to see who eventually comes out on top. Paul Newey seems to be playing a lot of these events lately and i hope he can take this one down
 Pratenik11/12/2014 17:03:16 GMT
 bowie198412/12/2014 03:10:01 GMT
Koldun you are indeed the king of copypasta, we are too humbled by your undeniable talent of sh*tposting and trolling and doing anything to get any Administrators attention on this site...

We are very happy for you, I hope you bought enough firewood for this month since Russia could be a cold f**king place during wintertime, and believe my when I say winter is coming.

Also happy for the EPT guy. Never heard about him, good for him. Oh wait, I think I heard abou him.
 Robbo199012/12/2014 06:16:05 GMT
good to see paul newey appearing more often now(getting some consistant deep runs going) and the Russian hitman Troyanovskiy....rather final tables like this where there are players who arent so well known

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