The third and final day of the EPT Prague Super High Roller saw the return of seven player from a 41-player field (+10 re-entries). All players were guaranteed a minimum payday of €128,565 and Russia's Leonid Markin held the chip lead when the cards were in the air. Although he didn't maintain the chip lead, Markin battled his way to heads up against Paul Newey after several hours of play.
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?