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€25k Update: Big Guns Still Firing With Two Levels Left

Justin Bonomo has a healthy stack on the last break of the day

There have been a veritable slew of High Rollers during the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo©Casino EPT, and it's only fitting that those big names feature in the €25,000 High Roller.

Although only eight 60-minute levels are in the books, the winner of the €100,000 Super High Roller along with the winners of the €25,000 and €50,000 Single Day High Rollers are still in the mix.

€100,000 Super High Roller Winner Sam Greenwood
Greenwood sat down in level one and has had a quiet day. He currently sits on just over starting stack of 55,000. That may have something to do with who is sat to his direct right...

€50,000 Single Day High Roller Winner Steve O'Dwyer
O'Dwyer is that player sat to his right, and the presence of other big names including [Removed:17], Benjamin Pollak and Julian Thomas have also reigned in O'Dwyer's progress. In addition to winning the €50,000 Single Day High Roller, he also finished runner-up in the €25,000 High Roller which was won by...

€25,000 Single Day High Roller Winner Justin Bonomo
Last night in his winner's interview Bonomo said that he'd be bringing his A-Game to the €25,000 High Roller and it's clear to see that that's the case. Bonomo currently sits on 160,000, way above the average of 80,000 at this point. Bonomo is seated at a tricky table, mainly because it contains...

Defending Monte Carlo €25,000 High Roller Winner Julian Stuer
Stuer is sitting on a healthy average stack as he looks to take down this event for the second time in two years. Last year he defeated John Juanda heads-up and with Juanda out of the tournament, he'll be hoping for another deep run!

There are two levels left in Day 1 of the €25,000 High Roller after which players will bag for the evening. Late registration and single re-entry will close at the start of Day 2.

Tags: Julian StuerJustin BonomoSam GreenwoodSteve O'Dwyer