At noon local time, Day 3 of the €2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller at the 2022 PokerStars and Barcelona©Casino European Poker Tour will kick off with seven players returning to the felt. The tournament was originally supposed to only last two days but a third day was needed to be able to crown a winner at the end of the road.
Britain's Ian Bradley is sitting in pole position with a stack worth 12,750,000. He is followed by Aliaksandr Hirs (11,000,000) and Miroslav Alilovic (10,350,000). They are joined on the final table by Jorge Diego Garcia, Emil Mattsson, Agatino Spitaleri, and Xavier Mouysset.
With 2,172 entries in the field, the total prize pool came to €4,170,240 and the eventual winner will lay claim to the trophy and first-place prize of €624,350.
€2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller Final Table Chip Counts
| ||TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||COUNTRY||CHIPS||BIG BLINDS|
| ||1||1||Agatino Spitaleri||France||8,025,000||16|
| ||1||2||Ian Bradley||England||12,750,000||26|
| ||1||3||Aliaksandr Hirs||Belarus||11,000,000||22|
| ||1||4||Jorge Diego Garcia||Spain||8,750,000||18|
| ||1||5||Emil Mattsson||Sweden||8,625,000||17|
| ||1||6||Xavier Mouysset||France||5,275,000||11|
| ||1||7||Miroslav Alilovic||France||10,350,000||21|
When players return, they will resume Level 36 which features a small blind of 250,000, a big blind of 500,000, and a big blind ante of 500,000. There are just over 23 minutes left in the level. Level duration will remain at 40 minutes and those will be reduced to 20 minutes once there are three players left. A break will take place after every three levels.
All seven players have secured at least €97,130 and this is what they're still playing for:
Stick around as the PokerNews live reporting team will right here to bring you all the action until the final all-in has been won.