Just like Day 1 & Day 2, Day 3 had a new chip leader when the tournament director called it a day after five 90-minute levels of play. Spain's Raul Mestre will be leading the final 39 players into Day 4 with a stack of 942,000, and not far behind him are, for example, Day 2 chip leader Lukas Berglund (867k) and Oliver Busquet (806k) who has over $4.2 million in live tournament earnings.
Further down in the chip counts one can find three former EPT winners - Vicky Coren (455k), Dimitar Danchev (302k) and Michael Tureniec (213k) - who now have the chance of becoming the first two-time Main Event winner in EPT history.
The remaining players will return at noon today (€10k High Roller begins at the same time) and fight for a seat at the final table - where a first place prize of €476,100 is up for grabs! We will be back with a final table recap on Monday morning. Happy Easter everyone!