2019 PokerStars EPT Prague

€1,100 EPT National
Day: 3
Event Info

2019 PokerStars EPT Prague

Final Results
Semen Kravets
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
500,000 / 1,000,000
Players Info - Day 3
Players Left

Who Will Reach the Final Table of the 2019 €1,100 EPT National Prague?

Philipp Heinke
Philipp Heinke

At noon local time, the final 32 players out of a field of 2,452 entries will return to their seats in the Hilton Prague for the penultimate day of the 2019 PokerStars European Poker Tour Prague €1,100 EPT National and they all have €7,390 locked up. However, the eyes are set on making it through another day to secure as big a slice as possible of the €2,353,920 prize pool, and the winner can look forward to a payday of €375,000.

Leading the field into the penultimate day is Germany's Philipp Heinke, who will return to a stack of 5,855,000, good enough for 73 big blinds at 40,000-80,000 with a big blind ante of 80,000. Second in chips is 2016 EPT Prague Main Event champion Jasper Meijer Van Putten (5,135,000) followed by Jussi Mattila (4,980,000) in third place.

Nine different nationalities are represented in the top 10 heading into Day 3 and other notables with above-average stacks include Nikita Kuznetcov (3,935,000), Gregory Armand (3,225,000), Andrei Konopelko (3,150,000), Alexandre Viard (2,900,000), 2019 EPT Open Sochi runner-up Giorgiy Skhulukhiya (2,860,000), and Jakub Oliva (2,580,000).

Also in contention are such familiar faces as Narcis Nedelcu (2,265,000), Micha Hoedemaker (1,900,000), Pierre Calamusa (1,300,000) and Grzegorz Wyraz (1,225,000), and they will all aim to reach the final table. Day 3 is scheduled to play a maximum of 10 levels of 60 minutes each or down to the final six players, whichever of the two comes first.

You can follow the action from start to finish as of noon local time right here on PokerNews to find out who will claim the trophy in the second-biggest EPT National in Prague history.

EPT National Prague Day 3 Seat Draw

TableSeatNameCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Micha HoedemakerNetherlands1,900,00024
12Alexandre ViardFrance2,900,00036
13Sergei KoliakovRussia820,00010
14Luigi LavignaItaly1,110,00014
15Narcis NedelcuRomania2,265,00028
16Nazar BuhaiovUkraine2,625,00033
17Gregory TelmanIsrael3,680,00046
18Jussi MattilaFinland4,980,00062
21Nikita KuznetcovRussia3,935,00049
22Fidan ZahitiSweden3,815,00048
23Patrick El KallasJordan1,455,00018
24Andrei KonopelkoBelarus3,150,00039
25Philipp HeinkeGermany5,855,00073
26Jakub OlivaCzech Republic2,580,00032
27Lyudmil IvanovBulgaria1,803,00023
28Yin LiuChina1,330,00017
31Grzegorz WyrazPoland1,225,00015
32Marcin LesniewskiPoland1,485,00019
33Emile BaroudiLebanon505,0006
34Timo LaasonenFinland2,870,00036
35Gregory ArmandUnited States3,225,00040
36David KatavIsrael1,010,00013
37Rafael AlkhouriSweden1,200,00015
38Sergey PerelyginRussia1,555,00019
41Giorgiy SkhulukhiyaRussia2,860,00036
42Bartosz StasiewiczPoland2,160,00027
43Giulio MascoloItaly865,00011
44Vojtech SustaCzech Republic1,245,00016
45Jasper Meijer Van PuttenNetherlands5,135,00064
46Semen KravetsRussia1,310,00016
47Pierre CalamusaFrance1,300,00016
48Michael KramerNetherlands1,225,00015

Tags: Alexandre ViardAndrei KonopelkoEPT PragueGiorgiy SkhulukhiyaGregory ArmandGrzegorz WyrazJakub OlivaJasper Meijer van PuttenJussi MattilaMicha HoedemakerNarcis NedelcuNikita KuznetcovPhilipp HeinkePierre Calamusa