Down to Ten in Monte Carlo
April 17, 2022
The final table is almost set for the European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo. "Almost set" because after twelve hours of play organizers decided to call it a day, despite not yet reaching the target goal of having only eight players.

The final ten players left in the field, represent a nice cross-section of the poker community as a whole. You have a big name pro in Antonio Esfandiari, an internet phenom in Isaac 'westmenloAA' Baron and a European superstar - PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano. Luca, by cashing in this event, now holds the record for the most EPT cashes with nine. Sadly, despite Joe Hachem's valiant effort, there will be no WSOP Main Event Champion represented at the table. Hachem was the last player of the day to be eliminated, when on a 10 high flop he made a pair of tens with 10-6, only to be out kicked by Baron, who had J-10. The disappointing eleventh place finish earned Joe $159,943.

Check out Live Streaming Video Coverage as the final 10 play down to a Champion right here on PokerRoad.

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