The 2022 European Poker Tour (EPT) Main Event has a final table with some heavy-duty names looking to grab the top prize. South Korea’s Gab Yong Kim will resume Day 6 as the chip leader. The coveted event which featured a buy-in of €5,300 had a player field of 1,190 entries from the two starting flights. The event has also generated a prize pool of €5,771,500, out of which €1,033,520 will go to the first-place finisher.
Kim climbed the chart from being the lowest stack which indeed is impressive. He eliminated the final table chip leader Teun Mulder in the seventh place. The High Roller winner walked away with €138,570 in his bankroll. Kim will be joined by players like Andrea Cortellazzi, Armin Rezaei, Symeon Alexandridis, Demetrio Caminita, and Grzegorz Glowny.
On Day 5, Hossein Ensan made a move early in the day. He doubled through Mulder and then knocked out Mario Navarro at the 15th spot. However, he couldn’t sustain the fight and departed next at the 14th spot.
Alexandridis then busted Justin Steinbrenner (13th place) followed by Leonardo Romeo walking away in the 12th spot at the hands of Alexandridis. George Chiriac was next in line as he departed at the 11th spot. Mulder then sent away Manuel Labous (10th place). Danchev and Konakchiev followed Labous out in the ninth and eighth places respectively. In the final hand of the night, Kim busted Mulder (7th place) to claim the chip lead.
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