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EPT Prague Main Event: The Final Table Is Set

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Posted on 17 December 2014 by "T".

The 2014 European Poker Tour Prague Main Event is down to 7 players after 5 long days of poker. Stephen Graner from the U.S. will be bagging up the chip lead when today's final table kicks off around noon. 

Garner was one of nearly 8,000 players that entered the "Millionaire Maker" tournament at this summer's World Series of Poker. The buy-in was $1,500 and the winner was guaranteed, as the name might suggest, at least a million dollars. Graner eventually finished in sixth place and received $273,854. 

Now, he has second chance to lay hands on that seven-figure score as the winner of this tournament will take home a massive $1.2 million first-place prize.

"I'm confident but I've been in this spot before and definitely did not seize it," Graner told PokerStars Blog at the end of Day 5. "I'm excited for tomorrow but there's more work to be done...There's no pressure, I'll just try to make the most logical, calculated decisions that I can and whatever happens, happens."

Graner will be joined by the following 6 players at today's final table. Check back tomorrow for a final table recap!

Seat 1 - Anton Bertilsson, Sweden, 7,740,000
Seat 2 - Simon Mattsson, Sweden, 2,130,000
Seat 3 - Jonathan Wong, United Kingdom, 1,900,000
Seat 4 - empty
Seat 5 - Stephen Graner, United States, 12,405,000
Seat 6 - Bjorn Wiesler, Germany, 3,285,000
Seat 7 - Remi Castaignon, France, 1,030,000
Seat 8 - Fabio Sperling, Germany, 4,710,000

 


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4 comments on "EPT Prague Main Event: The Final Table Is Set"

 doubletop77717/12/2014 10:12:27 GMT
This looks like a very competitive final table and i think that whoever wins this will deserve every penny of the first prize. Stephen Graner must be favourite to win but its no foregone conclusion
 klash2317/12/2014 12:47:23 GMT
Stephen Graner has a good chip lead but Anton Bertilsson is not far behind and also Sperling is also one to watch.The blinds are quite high now,about 50/100k the last time I looked so things are liable to change very quickly.The UK still has one guy but he is pretty low on chips.....go Wong!
 bowie198418/12/2014 01:14:54 GMT
Garner was one of nearly 8,000 players that entered the "Millionaire Maker" tournament at this summer's World Series of Poker. The buy-in was $1,500 and the winner was guaranteed, as the name might suggest, at least a million dollars. Graner eventually finished in sixth place and received $273,854.

Thats only 726k short from a million, I am rooting for the kid, he might make it up in the future.
 Theapple20/12/2014 11:19:16 GMT
8k entries. thats almost like brm stars freerolls :o


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