Imagine winning €595,500 a few days before Christmas. It'd be amazing, right? Well, in a few hours one of the final 18 players in the EPT12 Prague €10,000 High Roller will have that amount credited to their bank account and will forever be known as the tournament's champion.
At the start of play is is American star Kevin MacPhee who is in pole position to win that massive sum of money having bagged up 1,576,000 chips at the end of Day 2. However, Switzerland's Felix Bleiker finished second in chips only a solitary 1,000 chip behind MacPhee.
Despite their big stacks, neither MacPhee or Bleiker are going to have things their own way because there are some extremely talented individuals still in the hunt for the title, and if they don't win it they will have a major influence over where that trophy calls home for the next year.
The likes of Rocco Palumbo, Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst, Davidi Kitai, and Daniel "Jungleman" Cates are still in the mix, making for what should be an exciting final day here in Prague.
|1||1||Mikkel Lokkegaard Hansen||Denmark||293,000||12|
|1||2||William Foxen||United States||1,124,000||45|
|1||8||Daniel Cates||United States||997,000||41|
|2||4||Vanessa Selbst||United States||1,190,000||50|
|2||5||Kevin MacPhee||United States||1,576,000||66|
|2||6||Kenneth Smaron||United States||415,000||17|
|3||2||Bryan Paris||United States||252,000||11|
|3||6||Nicholas Palma||United States||335,000||14|
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