The €25,000 High Roller event was supposed to be a one-day event, but its spectacular turnout made it so that there wasn't a winner at 5:00 in the morning on Tuesday. Three players still remain; Team PokerStars Pro Liv Boeree, Martin Finger and Mark Teltscher, and today they will play down to a winner.
Finger comes into the final day as the chip leader, with 7.6 million (25 big blinds), followed by Boeree (3.8 million) and Teltscher (3.7 million) who both have 12 big blinds to work with. With not too much play left, and 30-minute levels, the conclusion of this event is likely to be a fast and furious one. Here what the final three players are contending for.
Each of the three remaining players has an EPT title under their belt, as Teltscher won the Season 2 London stop, followed by a runner-up finish in EPT Barcelona Season 4, Boeree won the Season 6 San Remo stop and Finger took home the EPT 8 Prague title.
Here are the total career live tournament earnings of the final three players and their biggest score.
|Name||Career Earnings||Biggest Result|| |
|Martin Finger||$5,361,290||EPT 10 London High Roller||$1,331,171|
|Mark Teltscher||$3,490,950||EPT 4 Barcelona runner-up||$920,015|
|Liv Boeree||$2,476,276||EPT 6 San Remo||$1,698,300|
PokerNews.com will cover this event until there's a winner, so stay tuned for more coverage of this high roller tournament, it starts at 5 pm local time.