EPT Grand Final – Two Final Tables Set (vids)

Monte Carlo

We are now just one day away from discovering who the two big winners at the European Poker Tour Monte Carlo Grand Final are. Both the Main Event and the High Roller are now down to their respective final tables and are set to play out today until each one has a winner.

The action was thick and fast in both events and we have provided you with a rundown of what happened in each of them.

EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final Main Event Day 5 Salter Leads F.T
We are now extremely close to discovering who the winner of the season ending Grand Final Main Event on Season 10 of the European Poker Tour after Day 5 brought us to the final table of eight from the 17 that came into the day.

Jack Salter is the man that will start that final table with the chip lead after he amassed a very impressive chip count of 5,170,000 on Day 5. It took just five hours to reach that final table and the final table includes the likes of Malte Moennig, Magnus Karlsson and Kenny Hicks.

The biggest names to bust out of the tournament on Day 5 were Steve Silverman, Mark Teltscher and Vasili Firsau.

The Final Table

1st) Jack Salter – 5,170,000
2nd) Mayu Roca – 4,625,000
3rd) Magnus Karlsson – 2,595,000
4th) Antonio Buonanno – 2,065,000
5th) Kenny Hicks – 1,875,000
6th) Sebastian von Toperczer – 1,240,000
7th) Malte Moennig – 1,150,000
8th) Sebastian Bredthauer – 755,000

What They Are Playing For

1st) €1,240,000
2nd) €765,000
3rd) €547,000
4th) €419,000
5th) €332,000
6th) €258,300
7th) €188,500
8th) €128,800  

 

EPT Monte Carlo High Roller Day 2 Kitai Leading Final Table

Day 2 of the European Poker Tour Monte Carlo High Roller started with 104 players looking to establish a place in the money first and foremost and then on the final table. The top 31 players went home with some money for their efforts but the majority of the field went home empty handed.  

Leading the final table when it starts up later today will be Davidi Kitai on 2,208,000 chips whilst there are many more big names looking to challenge him. Scott Seiver, Martin Finger, Philipp Gruissem, John Juanda and Stephen Chidwick all have many titles between them so you can be sure the action is going to be enthralling. 

The action was frantic all day on Day 2 of this event and many big names fell before they would have liked. Out of the event went Ole Schemion, Mike Watson, Noah Schwartz and PokerStars Team Pros Vicky Coren, Daniel Negreanu, Jason Mercier and Bertrand Grospellier.

The Final Table

1st) Davidi Kitai – 2,208,000

2nd) Byron Kaverman – 1,813,000

3rd) Scott Seiver – 1,553,000

4th) Philipp Gruissem – 1,470,000

5th) Martin Finger – 1,047,000

6th) Stephen Chidwick – 991,000

7th) Chenxiang Miao – 674,000

8th) Pascal Lefrancois – 596,000

9th) John Juanda – 355,000

What They Are Playing For

1st) 1,105,000

2nd) 746,600

3rd) 526,400

4th) 426,800

5th) 337,650

6th) 256,400

7th) 187,200

8th) 136,900

9th) 113,250