Just six players remain, and the big money is still all up for grabs. The PokerStars Championship Prague, the first and last ever as the tour rebrands back to European Poker Tour next year, has reached its final table. Today is the day the trophy will be gifted - lifted by one of the remaining six players.
All finalists are guaranteed at least €147,000 for their efforts. The first-place payout of €775,000 awaits a winner, a spot in the history books remains vacant for now.
After an action-packed day 5 of the event, Matas Cimbolas busted in 7th place and play was suspended with 49:35 left in level 28 with blinds of 40,000/80,000 and a running ante of 10,000. The cards will be back in the air at noon local time (in 1 hours from now) and the live stream with hole cards being shown will run on a security delay of one hour. The PokerNews live updates will be published accordingly, so follow along here from 1 PM (2 hours from now).
Here's what the final table looks like:
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Harry Lodge||United Kingdom||1,230,000||15|
|3||Michal Mrakes||Czech Republic||5,010,000||62|
|5||Colin Robinson||United States||1,425,000||17|
|6||Jason Wheeler||United States||8,100,000||101|
Player profiles underneath courtesy of PokerStars: