EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final Down To The Final
April 29, 2022
After 4 full days of play at the PokerStars European Poker Tour Monte Carlo Grand Final, the full starting field of 848 players has been trimmed down into a neat little final table of eight, one of whom will go home tomorrow with the EPT’s top title of, Grand Final champion.

The eight final tablists competing for that title represent 6 different countries as well as a variety of styles and are currently lead by Lebanon’s Nicolas Chouity, who with over 10,000,000 in tournament chips is mathematically a more than 3-to-1 favorite to claim the victory.

Chouity’s imposing stack will be difficult to overcome, however tomorrow’s final table does have more than enough talent to get the job done- despite maybe not having that many well known names attached to it. 

The eight final players- and their current chip counts- of the 2010 EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final are as follows:

Nicolas Chouity 10,280,000

Andrew Chen 3,670,000

Mesbah Guerfi 3,670,000

Dominykas Karmazinas 2,285,000

Aleh Plauski 1,695,000

Herve Costa 1,590,000

Josef Klinger 1,170,000

Roger Hairabedian 1,130,000

With the possible exception of Andrew Chen, none of these players despite some successes has made much of a name for themselves outside of diehard poker circles, yet for at least one that’s all about to change in a big way- as will their current poker bankrolls.

To find out tomorrow who that new champ will be, or to learn more about today’s Day 4, check out the official PokerStars blog.
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