After a short introduction of each of the finalists, cards are in the air for the final day of the EPT National. Shuffle up and deal!
Six players remain, one will go home with €547,000 and a $30,000 Platinum Pass at the end of the day. At noon local time, cards will be back in the air for the fourth and final day of the €1,100 EPT National at the PokerStars European Poker Tour.
All six remaining players have already bested 4,342 other players and locked up €123,000 as a reward. Four Frenchman, an Italian and a Dutchman will vy it out for the title total. Leading the way is Jean-René Fontaine (42,500,000), followed by Julien Martini (38,775,000). Martini and Fontaine clashed yesterday in a big pot where Fontaine snapped off a big bluff from his countryman, which propelled him to the chip lead.
Rounding out the pack are Jerome L'Hostis (19,775,000), Alberto Ah-Line (12,300,000), Jan Teunis (8,950,000) and Claudio Di Giacomo (7,700,000). Action will resume with 42 minutes remaining in Level 36 with blinds at 250,000/500,000 and a big blind ante of 500,000. Follow along with PokerNews as we will bring all the live updates of the sizzling conclusion of the EPT National!
€1,100 EPT National
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