A total of 1,069 players have been whittled down to the final three tables and today they will play down to a winner.
Leading the way is Matthieu Vincendeau who is the clear chip leader with a healthy 7,375,000 after eliminating [Removed:44] in the final hand of the night yesterday. He is just over 2,500,000 clear of Michael O'Sullivan in second place.
There is a group of players including Adrien Decramer and Jason Tompkins ready to pounce should Vincendeau over-exert himself in the early goings today.
Meanwhile at the other end of the table, Guillermo Sanchez starts today as our short stack with just 935,000. He, as well as the rest of the players with sub-20 big blind stacks, will be looking to get them in as soon as possible in order to boost their chances of an even deeper run.
The level lengths today have increased yet again. On Day 1 they were 40 minutes; on Day 2 they were 50 minutes; and today they have increased to 60 minute levels.
Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the live updates from Dublin as we crown a winner today.