Only 6 Players Remain in €50,000 Super High Roller at EPT Prague 13 Dec

On Sunday a much anticipated €50,000 EPT Super High Roller has started, which very quickly surpassed the guarantee of one million Euros. At the end 55 entries were registered for a total prize pool of €2,668,050.

After two grueling days seven players started the Day 3 today. Nobody was short as even the shortest Orpen Kisacikoglu has 35 big blinds, so we expected a long fight for positions, even though all players were already in the money.

EPT Prague €50,000 Super High Roller Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count Big Blinds
1 Sergio Aido Spain 1,895,000 63
2 Pablo Brito Silva Brazil 2,165,000 72
3 Orpen Kisacikoglu Turkey 1,035,000 35
4 Dimitar Danchev Bulgaria 1,355,000 45
6 Sam Grafton United Kingdom 2,420,000 81
7 Rodrigo Seiji Brazil 2,460,000 82
8 Daniel Dvoress Canada 2,420,000 81

And oh boy were we wrong. The first player to exit is Sam Grafton, who was a chip leader after Day 1 and also among top three players to start the day with either 82 or 81 big blinds. Even though he had only 1 big blind less than Rodrigo Seiji, he still managed to get knocked out.

And it was quite a setup with Grafton going all-in with AK and Seiji snap calling pocket Aces and Brit is out in 7th for €140,070.

EPT Prague €50,000 Super High Roller Payouts

Place Player Country Prize
1     €867,120
2     €573,630
3     €386,870
4     €293,490
5     €226,780
6     €180,090
7 Sam Grafton UK €140,070

The field at the high roller was a star-studded event with all the top poker pros. But at the tables were not only famous poker names, but also other celebrities like football star Gerard Piqué, who was unfortunately eliminated at the end of the first day. We’ll see whether he’ll play another tournament and continue to gather poker experience. Team is at the floor at EPT Prague, so expect more updates from us here on the site and on our social media pages. Make sure to follow us there as well!