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2019 PokerStars EPT Prague

€5,300 EPT Main Event
Jours 3
Event Info

2019 PokerStars EPT Prague

Mikalai Pobal
Main Gagnante
Event Info
Prize Pool
Info Niveau
100,000 / 200,000
Info Joueurs - Jour 3
Joueurs Survivants

€5,300 EPT Main Event

Jour 3 a débuté

Noon Restart For Day 3 of the 2019 EPT Prague Main Event

Dominik Panka
Dominik Panka

Out of a field of 1,154 entries, only 141 hopefuls remain to battle for the lion's share of the €5,596,900 prize pool and will return to their seats at the Hilton Prague at noon local time for Day 3 of the 2019 PokerStars EPT Prague €5,300 European Poker Tour (EPT) Main Event. It is the third-biggest EPT Prague Main Event in the 13 years of history of the festival in the Czech capital and all those still in contention already have €9,850 locked up for their efforts.

The action will recommence with blinds of 2,000-5,000 and a big blind ante of 5,000, and five levels of 90 minutes each are scheduled to bring the field one step closer to crowning a champion in the days to come.

At the top of the leaderboard, Roman Herold (769,000) and Xiaqing Ji (768,000) are separated by a single chip only and the all-time highest-earning player Bryn Kenney follows in third place with 656,000. It would certainly be no surprise to see Kenney take another shot at a seven-figure score as a top prize of €1,005,600 is reserved for the eventual champion.

Other notables with more than half a million in chips at their disposal include 2019 EPT Open Sochi runner-up Giorgiy Skhulukhiya (634,000), Luke Marsh (626,000), Giuseppe Carbone (611,000), Pierre Calamusa (601,000), Teun Mulder (573,000), €1,100 EPT Prague National 13th place finisher Fidan Zahiti (543,000) and Akin Tuna (536,000).

Ten former EPT champions remain in contention to become the second two-time winner of the popular circuit and they are led by Dominik Panka (497,000), Ognyan Dimov (313,000) and Aliaksei Boika (220,000). Former Prague champions Hossein Ensan (180,000), Martin Finger (118,000), and PokerStars ambassador Kalidou Sow (70,000) will also be joined at the tables by Mikalai Pobal (162,000), Sebastian Sorensson (148,000), Steve O'Dwyer (101,000), and Davidi Kitai (93,000).

As of Day 3, a 30-second shot clock will be in play and all participants receive five 30-second time bank extensions, which will be replenished every day until the final table.

The live stream action of the feature table with hole cards displayed on a security delay of 30 minutes will be available on the PokerStars Twitch, YouTube and Facebook channels and the PokerNews team will be on the floor to provide all the action from start to finish.

2019 EPT Prague Main Event Day 3 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Hiroki NawaJapan66,00013
12Akin TunaGermany536,000107
13Dan Serban BorlanRomania435,00087
14Lin RuidaChina34,0007
15Francesco DelfocoItaly172,00034
16Pim GielesNetherlands282,00056
17Gaby LivshitzIsrael301,00060
18Valery YantsevichBelarus74,00015
21Felix KurmayrAustria218,00044
22Freek ScholtenNetherlands197,00039
23Raphael WimmerAustria207,00041
24Tomasz CybulskiPoland268,00054
25Laurent MichotFrance550,000110
26Nazim ShalaSweden127,00025
27Bryn KenneyUSA656,000131
28Petr HlavacekCzech Republic118,00024
31Hady El AsmarLebanon282,00056
33Harry RossUK139,00028
34Teun MulderNetherlands573,000115
35Ognyan DimovBulgaria313,00063
36Mateusz SzymanskiPoland217,00043
37Serhii LeonovUkraine254,00051
38Vlastimil PustinaCzech Republic243,00049
41Roman HeroldGermany769,000154
42Yehuda CohenIsrael209,00042
43Tomas PaivaPortugal237,00047
44Zinan XuChina35,0007
45Vasileios TsaknisGreece228,00046
46Steve O'DwyerIreland101,00020
47Bryan ParisUSA139,00028
48Nikita LebedevRussia148,00030
51Giuseppe ZarboItaly429,00086
52Sorin FluturRomania334,00067
53Kimmo KurkoFinland181,00036
54Nariman YaghmaiIran156,00031
55Stefan JedlickaAustria82,00016
56Niklas Lehnert-RappelAustria51,00010
57Ouri CohenFrance66,00013
58Sebastian Percy-SmithDenmark185,00037
61Michael SoyzaMalaysia411,00082
62Gab Yong KimSouth Korea365,00073
63Sven KriegerGermany123,00025
64Sylvain LoosliFrance171,00034
65Gereon SowaGermany71,00014
66Gaelle BaumannFrance343,00069
67Henrik HecklenDenmark385,00077
68Andrei StoenescuRomania236,00047
71Michael O'GradyAustralia226,00045
72Norbert SzecsiHungary190,00038
73Yake WuChina100,00020
74Timothy AdamsCanada332,00066
75Dominik PankaPoland497,00099
76Jukka PaloniemiFinland85,00017
77Glib KovtunovUkraine335,00067
78Sergei KoliakovRussia76,00015
81Ionut VoineaRomania132,00026
82Orpen KisacikogluTurkey438,00088
83Antonio SmeragliaItaly58,00012
84Xiaqing JiChina768,000154
85Hossein EnsanGermany180,00036
87Philipp ZukernikCanada215,00043
88Przemyslaw GlanerPoland254,00051
91Juan PardoSpain84,00017
92Pieter AertsBelgium370,00074
93Markus DurneggerAustria407,00081
94Stefan EgermannGermany287,00057
95Jakub KrawinskiPoland54,00011
96Kalidou SowFrance70,00014
97Vitaly KarayvanRussia57,00011
98Stanislav KolenoSlovakia357,00071
101Ricardo Da RochaBrazil120,00024
102Fedor KruseGermany324,00065
103Antonin TeisseireFrance57,00011
104Jean-Philippe PiquetteCanada304,00061
105Oshri LahmaniIsrael50,00010
106Thomas BoivinBelgium254,00051
107Raymond HibertLuxembourg185,00037
108Pierre CalamusaFrance601,000120
111Mikalai PobalBelarus162,00032
112Boris KuzmanovicCroatia286,00057
113Ranno SootlaEstonia198,00040
114Andrew HulmeUK232,00046
115Victor BogdanovRussia292,00058
116Andrea DatoItaly117,00023
117Dario SammartinoItaly364,00073
118Erwann PecheuxFrance184,00037
121Simon MattssonSweden98,00020
122Aleksandr SheshukovRussia58,00012
123Sebastian SorenssonSweden148,00030
124Roland ChassingFrance349,00070
125Erdal GulsevenTurkey383,00077
126Joe MouawadLebanon317,00063
127Paul NeweyUK97,00019
128Waldemar PeterGermany56,00011
131Stephen ChidwickUK70,00014
132Luke MarshUK625,000125
133Ibrahim SenoussiFrance28,0006
134Aleksandr MerzhvinskiyRussia169,00034
135Diego ZeiterSwitzerland75,00015
136Erwan LouerFrance310,00062
137Joao Mestre FerreiraPortugal427,00085
138Alessio Di CesareItaly237,00047
141Fulvio SansanelliGermany102,00020
142Dinesh AltSwitzerland271,00054
143Kemal AslanTurkey52,00010
144Mustafa BizTurkey269,00054
145Wei TsoHong Kong240,00048
146Dietrich FastGermany177,00035
147Dominykas MikolaitisLithuania74,00015
148Renato HysenbelliItaly219,00044
151Johann ZeitounFrance243,00049
152Hariton TonchevBulgaria170,00034
153Giorgiy SkhulukhiyaRussia634,000127
155Gianluca SperanzaAustria417,00083
156Luigi ShehadehItaly160,00032
157Bart LybaertBelgium296,00059
158Davidi KitaiBelgium93,00019
161Paul HoeferGermany120,00024
162Andreas BoellingGermany323,00065
163Paul HongNew Zealand197,00039
164Paul TheobaldGermany221,00044
165Giuseppe CarboneItaly411,00082
166Fidan ZahitiSweden543,000109
167Martin FingerGermany118,00024
168Krasimir YankovBulgaria317,00063
171Francesco CandelariItaly421,00084
172Cristinel SanduRomania195,00039
173Vojtech RuzickaCzech Republic63,00013
174Tom VogelsangNetherlands139,00028
175Fredrik AnderssonSweden235,00047
176Marius GicovanuRomania101,00020
177Wing Sang LeeHong Kong425,00085
178Denys ShafikovUkraine361,00072
181Carl ShawUK213,00043
182Morten HvamDenmark301,00060
183Ran AzorIsrael90,00018
184Mohamed MokraniFrance444,00089
185Ngoc Minh HoangCzech Republic297,00059
186Aliaksei BoikaBelarus220,00044
187Claudio Di GiacomoItaly310,00062
188Jakub OlivaCzech Republic469,00094

Tags: Akin TunaAliaksei BoikaBryn KenneyDavidi KitaiDominik PankaFidan ZahitiGiorgiy SkhulukhiyaHossein EnsanKalidou SowLuke MarshMartin FingerMikalai PobalOgnyan DimovPierre CalamusaRoman HeroldSebastian SorenssonSteve O'DwyerXiaqing Ji

Niveau: 16

Blinds: 2,000/5,000

Ante: 5,000

Shot Clock Introduced

Niveau 16 : 2,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Shot Clock
Shot Clock

The shot clock has been introduced now the Main Event has reached Day 3.

Each player will receive five time banks at the start of each day, worth 30 second each.

If a player's 30-second shot clock reaches zero, they will automatically use a time bank unless they do not have any remaining. Then the dealer will announce a five-second countdown and, unless acted upon, their hand will be declared dead.

Short Stack Senoussi Eliminated

Niveau 16 : 2,000/5,000, 5,000 ante

Start-of-day short stack Ibrahim Senoussi was all in for his last 28,000 with {a-Spades}{j-Hearts} and was ahead of the {k-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} of Joao Mestre Ferreira.

However, a ten on the {10-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{q-Spades} flop put Ferreira in the lead and the {7-Clubs}{5-Diamonds} completed the board sending Senoussi to the rail.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Joao Mestre Ferreira mx
Joao Mestre Ferreira
450,000 23,000
Ibrahim Senoussi fr
Ibrahim Senoussi

Tags: Ibrahim SenoussiJoao Mestre Ferreira

Xu Among First Casualties

Niveau 16 : 2,000/5,000, 5,000 ante

Zinan Xu had survived the previous day with a mere 35,000 and got this in right away once the cards were back in the air.

He even found a pocket pair in {7-Hearts}{7-Diamonds} but Steve O'Dwyer had the better one in {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}. The board came {k-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{2-Hearts}{9-Spades}{8-Clubs} and that sent Xu to the payout desk.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Steve O'Dwyer ie
Steve O'Dwyer
145,000 44,000
EPT 1X Winner
Zinan Xu cn
Zinan Xu

Tags: Steve O'DwyerZinan Xu

Aces Early for Sheshukov

Niveau 16 : 2,000/5,000, 5,000 ante
Aleksandr Sheshukov
Aleksandr Sheshukov

Simon Mattsson opened from the button and Aleksandr Sheshukov three-bet all in from the small blind for 58,000. The big blind folded and Mattsson called.

Simon Mattsson: {9-Hearts}{9-Spades}
Aleksandr Sheshukov: {a-Clubs}{a-Hearts}

The board ran out {j-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{5-Spades} with aces holding to give Sheshukov a double up against the 2014 EPT Prague final tablist.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Aleksandr Sheshukov ru
Aleksandr Sheshukov
110,000 52,000
Simon Mattsson se
Simon Mattsson
40,000 -58,000

Tags: Aleksandr SheshukovSimon Mattsson