The final day of the 2020 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Online has arrived and the biggest payday of the festival will be awarded on the final table of the $5,200 Main Event. Out of 1,304 entries, only nine players from as many different countries remain in contention for the lion's share of the $6,520,000 prize pool. Each of the finalists has $78,797 locked up and a top prize of $1,019,082 awaits for the eventual champion.
Finland's "tikidiii" will return as the chip leader with a stack of 60,602,479 closely followed by Sweden's "WhatIfGod" (59,560,859) and Viacheslav "VbV1990" Buldygin is only a few big blinds behind that with 54,038,702.
Canadian High Roller regular Timothy "Tim0thee" Adams returns with the fourth-biggest stack of 49,204,980 and there will certainly also be stiff competition from Andreas "daskalos20" Christoforou (26,582,982), David "MissOracle" Yan (24,927,164), and Jon "apestyles" Van Fleet (20,733,422).
Brazil has a shot at yat another major online poker title on PokerStars with Enio "Bozzano JNR" Bozzano (16,577,500) and "vip25459" from Kazakhstan returns as the shortest stack with 13,772,912.
The Nine Finalists of the 2020 PokerStars EPT Online $5,200 Main Event
|Position||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|3||Viacheslav "VbV1990" Buldygin||Russia||54,038,702||90|
|4||Timothy "Tim0thee" Adams||Canada||49,203,980||82|
|5||Andreas "daskalos20" Christoforou||Cyprus||26,582,982||44|
|6||David "MissOracle" Yan||New Zealand||24,927,164||42|
|7||Jon "apestyles" Van Fleet||United States||20,733,422||35|
|8||Enio "Bozzano JNR" Bozzano||Brazil||16,577,500||28|
For each of the known finalists, it will be a maiden EPT Main Event title. The last former champion Rob "batoelrob" Hollink fell in 14th place, followed by two-time runner-up Marton "noirduck" Czuczor (13th place). Nearly the entire level 40 remains to be played at blinds of 300,000/600,000 and a running ante of 75,000, all levels will last 30 minutes each.
The final table resumes at 1.05 p.m. EST and the action will be broadcasted with cards-up coverage and commentary on a 30-minute delay on the PokerStars YouTube and Twitch channel and the PokerNews updates will be published accordingly.
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