We're down to the final eight players of the European Poker Tour London Main Event, which means that it's final table day! 16 players started day 5 but in the end only eight of those came to the final table and only one will be crowned the winner later today in London.
The final table is full of well-known names, including Jake Cody and Kevin MacPhee, who are both looking to try and take down their second EPT title. Yesterday's chipleader Sebastian Pauli is also still in the tournament and he continued to dominate, as he is the chipleader for the final table.
The final table will only have two short stacks playing, with Spaniard Pablo Gordillo having 975,000 in chips and Polish Jakub Mroczek with 1,325,000 in chips. The average stack size is 2,531,250 chips and it looks promising for some great final table play where Pauli will most likely to try dominate from the start and the shortstacks will try and double up to have a chance.
You can live stream the final table including expert commentary and holecards on Pokerstars.tv, where you can also participate in exclusive competitions, ask questions through Twitter and much more.
Below you can see the final table start stacks after seats:
Seat: Name: Chips:
1 Jonathan Bensadoun 2,340,000
2 Jake Cody 2,156,000
3 Kevin MacPhee 2,430,000
4 Artur Koren 2,420,000
5 Kevin Killeen 2,470,000
6 Pablo Gordillo 975,000
7 Sebastian Pauli 6,130,000
8 Jakub Mroczek 1,325,000