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€100,000 Super High Roller

Nine Remain in the Super High Roller

€100,000 Super High Roller final nine

The final day of the €100,000 Super High Roller gets underway at 1 o clock local time, in about 2 hours. Nine players remain in the elite event with just 8 getting paid. When the players return, the bubble is in play with blinds at 30,000 and 60,000, 10,000 ante.

Bryn Kenney leads the way with a little under 3.4 million in chips. Viacheslav Buldygin follows close behind, bringing almost 3 million to the table. David Peters and Daniel Dvoress are the shortest stacks coming in, with 13 and 16 big blinds respectively.

There's €1,784,500 up top while the min cash gets the players €237,950.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Sam GreenwoodCanada1,150,00019
2Viacheslav BuldyginRussia2,975,00049
3Daniel DvoressCanada950,00016
4Martin KabrhelCzech Republic1,630,00027
5Bryn KenneyUnited States3,370,00056
6Steffen SontheimerGermany1,910,00032
7Isaac HaxtonUnited States1,260,00021
8David PetersUnited States800,00013
9Ole SchemionGermany1,250,00021

Besides the final of the Super High Roller, the Sporting Monte-Carlo also hosts Day 1a of the Main Event today. PokerNews has a crew of reporters and a video team on the floor to bring you all the latest news from that event.

Updates from the Super High Roller can be found on the PokerStars Blog.

Player Chips Progress
Bryn Kenney us
Bryn Kenney
us 3,370,000
Viacheslav Buldygin ru
Viacheslav Buldygin
ru 2,965,000
Steffen Sontheimer de
Steffen Sontheimer
de 1,910,000
Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
cz 1,630,000
Isaac Haxton us
Isaac Haxton
us 1,260,000
Ole Schemion de
Ole Schemion
de 1,250,000
Sam Greenwood ca
Sam Greenwood
ca 1,150,000
Daniel Dvoress ca
Daniel Dvoress
ca 950,000
David Peters us
David Peters
us 800,000