€250,000 Super High Roller Final Table is set

The most expensive event of the WSOPE has reached its final table, with Dominik Nitsche in the lead.

The World Series of Poker Europe has been making the King's Casino, Rozvadov the busiest poker hub in the world for the last days and the tournament craze will continue today. The highest buy-in event, the €250,000 SHR has reached the final seven, and one of the remaining players will walk away with €2,844,215 and a gold bracelet.

Many of the top pros have already fallen, with the likes of Alex Foxen, Koray Aldemir, Mikita Badziakouski or Phil Ivey.

It is currently German wunderkind, Dominik Nitsche, who has the best shot at the title, as he's leading the field 42,500,000 in chips, which equals 42 big blinds.


However, all of the remaining players are well-accomplished participants of the high-roller scene, like current second Chin Wei Lim, who will return with the second biggest stack of 23,900,000.

PokerGO founder, Cary Katz has the third biggest stack, with 20,000,000. He's followed by notorious Tony G, who accumulated 18,600,000, and one of the best tournament specialist in the world, Christoph Vogelsang, who stand with 16.3 million. Former WSOP Main Event winner, Ryan Riess has 15.6 million, while James Chan 13.1 million.

Given the stack sizes, even the shortest stack is only one double-up away from becoming a big stack, and despite having the chip lead, Dominik can also easily find himself on the bottom of the leaderboard.

The field is yet to reach the money, there are only five places paid, and the bubble is huge, as the 6th player will walk away empty-handed, while the fifth will win €538K.

Place Prize (EUR)
1 €2,844,215
2 €1,757,857
3 €1,185,161
4 € 799,05
5 € 538,72

Based on the short stacks, íthe big pay jump, and ICM pressure, we expect an exciting final table, which starts at 2 p.m. local time.