€25,750 High Roller

12 Players Remain for Final Day of the EPT12 Monte-Carlo High Roller

Ofer Zvi Stern

After 21 levels of 60 minutes each, the record-breaking field of 231 entries in the 2016 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final €25,750 High Roller has been whittled down to the last 12 hopefuls and 2015 November Niner Zvi Stern leads the survivors with 1.638 million. All remaining players have €92,250 locked up for their efforts, but all eyes are set on the first-place payout of €1.197 million.

British poker pro Max Silver follows in second with 1.342 million and Alexandros "mexican222" Kolonias (1.338 million), Papazian (1.231 million), Ivan Deyra (1.16 million), and Rafael Da Silva Moraes (1.026 million) also bagged up with seven-figure chip counts for the final day of the event. Papazian finished runner up to Charlie Carrel one year ago in this very tournament and aims to do one spot better this time around.

The other finalists include [Removed:2] (907,000), three times World Poker Tour champion Anthony Zinno (816,000), Saar Wilf (509,000) and Thomas Miller (383,000) as well as Ramin Hajiyev (366,000) are the two short stacks upon restart.

Day 3 Seat Assignments

11Anthony ZinnoUSA816,000
13Imad DerwicheFrance840,000
14Zvi SternIsrael1,638,000
15Ramin HajiyevAzerbaijan366,000
18Alexandru PapazianRomania1,231,000
21Saar WilfIsrael509,000
22Thomas MillerUSA383,000
23Max SilverUK1,342,000
24Alexandros KoloniasGreece1,338,000
25Rafael Da Silva MoraesBrazil1,026,000
26Ivan DeyraFrance1,160,000

Play resumes at 12.30 p.m. local time with Level 22 and blinds of 12,000/24,000/3,000 and the PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand until the last river card is dealt. Make sure to tune back in regularly to find out who will lift the trophy and secure their spot in the history books of the most prestigious live event series in Europe.

Tags: Alexandros KoloniasAlexandru PapazianAnthony ZinnoCharlie CarrelImad DerwicheIvan DeyraMax SilverOfer Zvi SternRafael Da Silva MoraesRafael MoraesRamin HajiyevSaar WilfThomas MillerZvi Stern