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PokerStars European Poker Tour -- Prague Day 4

Marco Leonzio is New Chip Leader, MacPhee Falls in 9th

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Team PokerStars Pro Marcin Horecki will enter the final table with the third largest stack.The final table of the European Poker Tour Prague main event is now set, with Italian Marco Leonzio sitting atop the leaderboard.

Day 4 began with 23 players still in the hunt for the title. Kevin MacPhee started the day with the chip lead but fell just short of the final 8, finishing in 9th place for €40,000. The final 8 are guaranteed at least €54,550, with the winner taking home €640,000

Also falling on Day 4 were Rob Hollink and Team PokerStars Pros Richard Toth and Salvatore Bonavena.

Leonzio is one of three Italians to make this year’s final table. He’ll sit down with just over 5 million in chips. He’s followed by Peter Skripka (4,010,000) and Team PokerStars Pro Marcin Horecki (3,290,000). Here’s how the final table looks:

Seat 1: Marco Leonzio — 5,075,000 chips
Seat 2: Peter Skripka — 4,010,000 chips
Seat 3: Roberto Romanello — 1,220,000 chips
Seat 4: Roberto Nulli — 745,000 chips
Seat 5: Jan Bendik — 445,000 chips
Seat 6: Emilliano Bono — 1,530,000 chips
Seat 7: Manuel Bevand — 615,000 chips
Seat 8: Marcin Horecki — 3,290,000 chips

Hand of the day:

A short-stacked Kevin MacPeee moved all in preflop with QHeart Suit9Spade Suit and was instantly called by chip leader Marco Leonzio with JSpade SuitJClub Suit. The board ran 7Heart Suit7Spade Suit5Diamond Suit7Club SuitKHeart Suit and the day’s starting chip leader was eliminated in 9th place.

Final Table

Final table action kicks off on Saturday at noon local time. You can follow along with all of the action on the PokerStars blog feed. Check back tomorrow afternoon for a summary of the final table.