Play ended on Day 3 once the official final table was reached and the final eight players will return today for their shot at glory. Jan Timo Jobmann will lead the final table with 4,055,000 when the action resumes on the feature table inside the King's Casino. To go along with the €1,650 WSOP International Circuit Main Event, Jobmann is also in the hunt for the Player of the Series race in Rozvadov.
The remaining eight players will each be guaranteed €21,263 but will be in search of the first-place prize of €184,812. There will also be the prestige WSOP Circuit gold ring to go along with the cash prize. Pavel Stolar, the Day 1B chip leader, is not far behind Jobmann with 3,500,000 and Hossein Ensan rounds out the top three with 3,280,000.
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When the players return to the feature table, the action will resume with 26:33 remaining in level 29 with the blinds at 30,000/60,000 and a 10,000 ante. The blind levels will continue at 60-minutes in length with a 15-minute break after every two levels.
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Final Table Seat Assignments
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||Jan Timo Jobmann||Germany||4,055,000||68|
|8||Pavel Stolar||Czech Republic||3,500,000||58|