EPT Berlin final table set – Kitai leads

EPT Berlin final table set – Kitai leads

Saturday, 21 April 2012

The final table at EPT Berlin has been set and it is Davidi Kitai who is in pole position for the €825,000 first prize. The Belgian, who finished third at EPT Barcelona, returns with a stack of 5,695,000, over 1m more than second placed Bahadir Kilickeser.

The highest profile names at the final table are three time EPT finalist Andrew Chen from Canada and prolific Spanish online winner, Cesar Garcia. Rounding out the final table are German qualifiers Mario Puccini, former American spelling bee champ Pratyush Buddiga and Britain's Marc Wright. The Cornish-based pro returns in sixth place but has plenty of ammunition to make a serious run at the title.

The same can't be said for the three former EPT returns who started the penultimate day in Berlin. Kevin Macphee went in 19th place with Anton Wigg joining him on the rail in 14th with former Snowfest winner Vlad Geshkenbein bowing out in 11th

The remaining field are guaranteed a pay day of €72,000. Join us tomorrow to see who takes home the €820,000.

The final table chip counts and seat plan is as follows:

Seat 1: César García Spain 1,485,000
Seat 2: Pratyush Buddiga USA 1,280,000
Seat 3: Mario Puccini Germany 2,065,000
Seat 4: André Morath Germany 1,940,000
Seat 5: Andrew Chen Canada 3,600,000
Seat 6: Davidi Kitai Belgium 5,695,000
Seat 7: Bahadir Kilickeser Germany 4,640,000
Seat 8: Marc Wright UK 1,540,000

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