2013 PokerStars.com EPT Barcelona

€50,000 Super High Roller
Days: 3

Day 3 Action Begins on the Money Bubble as we Look to Crown a Winner

Group shot of the final table of the €50k Super High Roller.
Group shot of the final table of the €50k Super High Roller.

For the past two days, the Casino Barcelona has played host to the European Poker Tour Season 10 Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller, an event that drew 40 unique players that accounted for 11 re-entries to create a prize pool of €2,448,765. Eight of those player remain in contention for the €771,300 first-place prize, but only seven of them will finish in the money. That means someone will leave here empty handed and miss out on a minimum payday of €128,515.

The man best positioned to make a run at the title is Ole Schemion, who leads the final table with 2,835,000. On the flip side, Timothy Adams is in the most danger of finishing as the bubble boy as he sits on the short stack with 845,000. Other still in contention are Steve O'Dwyer, Mike McDonald, Erik Seidel, Fabian Quoss, David Benefield and Vitaly Lunkin.

Action will resume in Level 19 (30,000/60,000/5,000), so we don't expect it'll take too long for the bubble to bust.

EPT 10 Barcelona Super High Roller Final Table

1Timothy Adams845,000
2Steve O'Dwyer1,015,000
3Mike McDonald2,300,000
4Fabian Quoss1,120,000
5Erik Seidel1,145,000
6Ole Schemion2,835,000
7David Benefield1,020,000
8Vitaly Lunkin2,470,000

Action will kick off at 1:00 CET, but we won't begin live reporting until an hour later to coincide with the EPT live stream. Be sure to join us then as we bring you all the action and eliminations from the €50,000 Super High Roller here in Barcelona!

You can also check out PokerNews' coverage of the Season 10 EPT Barcelona Main Event, which kicked off today.

While you wait, check out this interview with Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu from earlier this week when he talks about his new hair: