Welcome to the final day of the European Poker Tour London High Roller sponsored by PokerStars.com held in partnership with The Hippodrome Casino London at the Grand Connaught Rooms.
Leonid Markin is the man best placed at the moment as he holds the lead with 1,921,000 but he has a fight on his hands as Jorryt van Hoof, chip leader in the WSOP November Nine, is breathing down his neck with 1,546,000
Team PokerStars Pro Johnny Lodden returns as the short stack with 272,000 chips no doubt looking to spin it up to get him back in contention. Two Brits have also made the final table in Craig McCorkell (887,000) and Niall Farrell (510,000).
If the action is anything like yesterday we are in for a feast of high level aggressive poker. The field of 86 players was reduced to the remaining ten players in ten frenetic levels of play and just one more needs to be eliminated before a re-draw sees them all join on one table before the official final table of eight is set.
Cards are in the air at Noon and they will play down to a winner today who is set to receive £394,200. Don’t forget to keep an eye on the Main Event Final Table coverage which resumes at 2 p.m. on a one hour delay as the EPT London Season 11 Festival of Poker draws to a close. As always PokerNews will be on hand to bring you all the latest updates as they happen.
|Seat 1||Martin Quack||1,328,000|
|Seat 2||Johnny Lodden||272,000|
|Seat 3||Craig McCorkell||887,000|
|Seat 4||Philippe D'Auteuil||409,000|
|Seat 5||Salman Behbehani||439,000|
|Seat 1||Leonid Markin||1,921,000|
|Seat 2||Fady Kamar||771,000|
|Seat 3||Jorryt van Hoof||1,546,000|
|Seat 4||Andrew Chen||566,000|
|Seat 5||Niall Farrell||510,000|