EPT Deauville High Roller: Daher Leads Final Table

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EPT Deauville High Roller has reached its final table of eight players with Albert Daher from Lebanon being the chip leader with almost a 2:1 adantage over 2nd placed Martin Schleich.

Three days will be enough to decide the victor, as 8 players are left with Alex Kravchenko being the last Team PokerStars Pro to be sent to the rail. He finished in 10th place and won $22.8k, while Martin Staszko was the unfortunate bubble boy after his aces were beaten by a hand that turned into a flush on the river.

This is how the final table will look like, with Albert Daher being the only one to start Day 3 with more than $1 million chips.

1) Albert Daher – 1,300,000

2) Martin Schleich – 762,000

3) Ondrej Vinklarek – 737,000

4) Davidi Kitai – 733,000

5) Dominik Panka – 672,000

6) Kent Lundmark – 665,000

7) Nikolay Losev – 523,000

8) Adrian Mateos Diaz – 363,000

 

Albert Daher might be dominating the pack of remaining players due to his deep stack, but he has some serious competition. Three players are separated by less than 30k and Davidi Kitai is within striking distance, as his sits in the 4th place with 733,000. He has the stack, experience and some dedicated fans who crossed the border from Belgium to support him, so he shouldn’t be ruled out as a possible winner:

 

In case you were wondering what exactly the remaining players are competing for, this is the payout structure for those who made the final table at the EPT Deauville €10,300 High Roller:

1st place – €272k

2nd place – €189k

3rd place – €122k

4th place – €101k

5th place – €82.5k

6th place – €64,3k

7th place – €49,1k

8th place – €37k