Jon Kyte Leads the Final 46 in Record-Breaking EPT Prague Main Event

Norwegian poker pro Jon Kyte is at the forefront in the Main Event of EPT Prague, leading a competitive field as the player to beat. This year’s event has seen a record-breaking 1,285 entries, showcasing its popularity and prestige within the European poker scene. From the 175 players who started Day 2, only 46 hopefuls remain, all vying for the grand prize of €1,030,000 and the coveted EPT title.

Kyte is currently at the top of the chip counts with 2,200,000 chips. He is closely followed by seasoned EPT winner Steve O’Dwyer, who holds 1,915,000 chips, and Teun Mulder, who has 1,875,000 chips. In excellent form, Kyte arrived in Prague fresh off a win in The Festival Bratislava’s €550 Mixed Main Event HORSES and has become a familiar face on the European Poker Tour circuit.

Kyte’s significant breakthrough came in 2022 at the very venue he currently dominates. He finished 4th in the 2022 EPT Eureka Main Event in Prague and later achieved another 4th place at the EPT UKIPT London Main Event. 2023 is shaping up to be even more successful for Kyte, especially after securing a WSOP Circuit Ring in Tallinn, Estonia. You can dive deeper into his journey and insights in an interview here.

Top 10 Day 3 Chip counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Jon KyteNorway2,200,000147
2Steve O’DwyerIreland1,915,000128
3Teun MulderNetherlands1,875,000125
4Cesar GarciaSpain1,660,000111
5Marius KudzmanasLithuania1,630,000109
6Padraig O’NeillIreland1,600,000107
7Tobias GarpSweden1,595,000106
8Marle SpraggUnited States1,395,00093
9Omar EljachSweden1,250,00083
10Asaf GroofiIsrael1,100,00073

The tournament still features many familiar faces in the poker world. Among them is Marle Spragg, who currently holds 1,395,000 chips. Spragg was notably involved in a dramatic hand against Alexandru Lupuleac, where Lupuleac’s straight flush defeated her ace-high flush.

Other notable players still in contention include Ramon Colillas (1,015,000), WSOP Europe Main Event winner Omar Eljach (1,250,000), and another EPT champion, Niall Farrell (665,000).

With each player now guaranteed at least €18,260, the focus is increasingly on the top prize. As the tournament progresses, the anticipation and stakes continue to rise, with each remaining competitor eyeing the significant €1,030,000 first-place prize.

Remaining payouts


Day 4 of the EPT Prague Main Event is set to begin at 12:00 CET, with a livestream starting half an hour later. Fans and followers can stay tuned and check back here for live action and updates as the battle for the EPT title continues in one of Europe’s most prestigious poker tournaments.

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