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A Winner Will be Crowned in the €1,100 FPS Main Event at EPT Monte Carlo

BrandonBloom
Monte Carlo

A champion will soon be crowned in the €1,100 French Poker Series (FPS) Main Event as part of 2022 PokerStars European Poker Tour presented by Monte-Carlo Casino®️.

A record-breaking 1,918 entrants from four starting flights created a €1,841,280 prize pool, and today at 1 p.m. local time, only six players will return to the felt at the Monte-Carlo Sporting complex on the beautiful French Riviera as they set their eyes on victory.

€1,100 FPS Main Event Final Table Seat Draw

SEATPLAYERCOUNTRYCHIPSFINAL TABLE BIG BLINDS
1Tibor NagygyorgyHungary3,850,00019
2Jacob AmsellemIsrael21,500,000106
3Fabio PelusoItaly10,625,00053
4Florian GuimondFrance3,550,00018
5Lucas ScafiniBrazil15,450,00077
6Francois VincentiFrance2,525,00013

Israel’s Jacob Amsellem is the chip leader heading into the finale with over 37% of the chips in play. Brazil’s Lucas Scafini and Italy’s Fabio Peluso are the next two players in the counts, while Hungary’s Tibor Nagygyorgy, France’s Florian Guimond, and France’s Francois Vincenti sit as the bottom three stacks with under twenty big blinds each, although they will still have room to make a run at the trophy. All players have locked up €54,020, but only one can rise to the top to earn the first-place prize of €290,910.

Remaining Payouts

PlacePrize
1€290,910
2€176,430
3€124,250
4€94,130
5€71,310
6€54,020

Play will resume in Level 32 with 10:24 left and blinds at 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 big blind ante.

Stay tuned as the PokerNews team brings you updates of the action in Monte Carlo until a winner is declared.

Tags: Fabio PelusoFlorian GuimondFrancois VincentiJacob AmsellemLucas ScafiniTibor Nagygyorgy