Four Russians, three Canadians, two Brits, two Americans, a player from Sweden
Switzerland, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, France, Finland, Portugal, Belarus and one from Azerbaijan walk into a poker room. Well, that's whats about to happen at noon at least, as the final day of the record breaking PokerStars EPT Barcelona $10,300 High Roller will start its final day with 21 players still in contention for that €747,200 first prize.
No one really saw this coming, but a whopping 393 entries were made into the event, making for a €3,851,400 prize pool, bigger than many of the EPT Main Events.
The remaining 21 players are all guaranteed €34,300 at this stage, and if one more player busts there's a money jump to €38,100. But that's most likely not what the players are worrying about right now, it's that illuster final table and title!
PokerNews will again bring you live coverage of all the important hands, photos from all the players, and of course an interview with the winner. It's most likely going to be a very long day; with a superb structure, seasoned pro's in the field, and that big prize up top, this is not a tournament to be bungled. So get comfortable in your chair, sit back, and enjoy the ride with us, as we'll crown a champion in this biggest ever High Roller event today!