€1,100 Estrellas Poker Tour Main Event
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Jack Sinclair On Top Entering Final Day of €1,100 Estrellas Poker Tour Main Event

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Renat Bohdanov

Welcome to the fourth and final day of the extremely successful €1,100 Estrellas Poker Tour Main Event at the 2022 PokerStars and Barcelona©Casino European Poker Tour. The field of 6,313 has been reduced to the final nine who hit the felt today to battle down to the €600,000 winner.

The chip leader to start the final day with 43,400,000 in chips is Jack Sinclair of the United Kingdom. Sinclair is the most accomplished player of the final nine as he has close to $4.3 million in career live earnings, including his two seven-figure score, the WSOP Europe Main Event win in 2018 and his most well-known result when he came in eighth in the 2017 WSOP Main Event.

In second position is Rick van Bruggen with 32,800,000. The Dutchman has just $20,000 in career earnings thus far and will be looking to make a huge splash and gather his first six-figure career cash.

€1,100 Estrellas Main Event Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Rick van BruggenNetherlands32,800,00055
2Ahmad RehaimeCanada22,400,00037
3Simon BousakaLuxembourg10,000,00017
4Renat BohdanovUkraine17,800,00030
5Kyle HoCanada20,100,00034
6Hendrik SoeringNetherlands19,100,00032
7Yoan AsparuhovBulgaria7,400,00012
8Bjorn BrunsGermany16,400,00027
9Jack SinclairUnited Kingdom43,400,00072

Ahmad Rehaime of Canada comes into the final day third in chips with 22,400,000 as he has the most modest poker resume of all the final day players with no live tournament cashes prior to this breakout performance. Fellow Canadian Kyle Ho is right behind him in fourth with 20,100,000 in chips.

The rest of the final nine is highlighted by WSOP Europe bracelet winner Renat Bohdanov of Ukraine who sits sixth in chips with 17,800,000.

Day 4 will begin on Sunday, August. 13 at noon local time on Level 37 with 56 minutes remaining at blinds of 300,000/600,000/600,000. Levels are 60-minutes long and there will be breaks every two levels of play.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be on the scene at Casino Barcelona to bring you the final table for Day 4 of the ESPT Main Event. PokerStars will also stream live on Twitch and YouTube from 1 p.m. local time. PokerNews will be reporting on the same delay.

Tags: Ahmad RehaimeBjorn BrunsHendrik SoeringJack SinclairKyle HoRenat BohdanovRick van BruggenSimon BousakaYoan Asparuhov