2017 PokerStars Championship Barcelona

€50,000 Super High Roller
Day: 3
Event Info

2017 PokerStars Championship Barcelona

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool

€50,000 Super High Roller

Day 3 Completed

Igor Kurganov Wins PokerStars Championship Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller

Igor Kurganov
Igor Kurganov

Igor Kurganov has won the PokerStars Championship Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller for a payday of €1,078,106. Kurganov emerged victorious from a final table that included the likes of fellow PokerStars pro Daniel Negreanu and other high roller regulars Bryn Kenney, Ivan Luca, Dietrich Fast, and Koray Aldemir. The win marks Kurganov's 12th first-place finish in a live tournament and his first Super High Roller title in Europe. Click here for a full recap of the action and see Kurganov discuss the win with PokerNews' Sarah Herring.

Tags: Bryn KenneyDaniel NegreanuDietrich FastIgor KurganovIvan LucaKoray Aldemir

National Championship Coverage Under Way

PokerStars National Championship
PokerStars National Championship

While things are just getting going here in the €5,300 Main Event at PokerStars Championship Barcelona, they're winding down in the €1,100 National Championship, which drew the largest field in PokerStars Live history with 4,557 entries. Over 3,600 of those were unique entries as well, and the prize pool swelled to the point where first place is set to be awarded €575,000.

Given all that, PokerNews has decided to fire up some live coverage of the final table. Check out all of the updates here.

The Final Day Approaches

Bryn Kenney and his watch will return at 12:30
Bryn Kenney and his watch will return at 12:30

At 12:30 local time (in about 100 minutes), the unofficial final table of the €50,000 Super High Roller gets underway. The biggest buy-in tournament of the inaugural PokerStars Championship Barcelona kicks off with just 9 players remaining, all guaranteed €117,700 at this point after Isaac Haxton (11th, €103,200) and Dan Colman (10th, €103,200) both departed late last night.

The last table of the tournament, which attracted a field of 86 entries, consists of mostly Super High Roller regulars. Koray Aldemir leads with a massive 4,540,000 stack. PokerStars Team Pro Igor Kurganov follows with 4,170,000. Daniel Negreanu, arguably the most famous poker player in the world these days, brings 1,170,000 in chips. Blinds kick off at 30,000/60,000 with a 10,000-ante.

Updates will be available via the PokerStars Blog, while we at PokerNews bring you Main Event updates all day long.

1Stanley ChoiHong Kong2,055,000
2Igor KurganovRussia4,170,000
3Ivan LucaArgentina760,000
4Koray AldemirGermany4,540,000
5Dietrich FastGermany1,190,000
6Bryn KenneyUnited States740,000
7Christopher KrukUnited States3,610,000
8Daniel NegreanuCanada1,170,000
9Bartlomiej MachonPoland2,625,000
Player Chips Progress
Koray Aldemir de
Koray Aldemir
4,540,000 4,540,000
WSOP Main Event Champion
WSOP 1X Winner
Igor Kurganov ru
Igor Kurganov
4,170,000 4,170,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Christopher Kruk ca
Christopher Kruk
3,610,000 3,610,000
Bartlomiej Machon pl
Bartlomiej Machon
2,625,000 2,625,000
Stanley Choi hk
Stanley Choi
2,055,000 2,055,000
Dietrich Fast de
Dietrich Fast
1,190,000 1,190,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Daniel Negreanu ca
Daniel Negreanu
1,170,000 1,170,000
Ivan Luca ar
Ivan Luca
760,000 760,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Bryn Kenney us
Bryn Kenney
740,000 740,000
WSOP 1X Winner

€50,000 Super High Roller

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