EPT Monaco Super High Roller Episode 3 (vid)

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The third and final episode of the Season 10 European Poker Tour Monaco Super High Roller coverage has now been made available over on PokerStars.tv, where we get to witness an epic battle between a final table containing a mix of big name professionals and Chinese businessmen.

Episode three follows on from the first two episodes which can be found here and here, with those episodes bringing us down to the eight players that featured in this one.

We might have a certain European poker Tour London going on right now as well as the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific but it can never hurt to look back at some of the action from last season. Especially when it contains some big names on the scene such as Igor Kurganov, Ole Schemion, Olivier Busquet, Dan Colman and Dan Cates.

Each of them was vying for a top payday of €1,804,000 whilst the minimum payout on the day was that of €241,000 for an eight place finish.

James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton were the commentators once again, bringing their usually combination of humor and analysis whilst the players got on with their task of trying to tie down a major poker title.

The action was pretty loose on the final table, which you would expect with three well known businessmen from China also taking part. One of them was actually leading the event at the start of play but as you know, so much can happen on a final table. Just ask Igor Kurganov who was the short stack in the beginning but managed to double up three times in a row to put him at the top of the chip counts.

We do not want to give too much away as to what went down on the final table as you can simply watch for yourselves. Even though the result is well known, being able to watch how that result was reached is always going to be a bonus.

The episode is around 45 minutes long, so it might be worth hitting the toilet and grabbing some snacks before you settle down to watch.

The Payouts They Are Playing For

1st Place) — €1,804,000

2nd Place) — €1,305,000

3rd Place) — €842,300

4th Place) — €637,600

5th Place) — €493,340

6th Place) — €385,000

7th Place) — €307,000

8th Place) — €241,000

That is that for the latest event coverage that PokerStars.tv have released, leaving us to wonder what will be next to be shown. We of course will bring you any recorded coverage as soon as they have uploaded any themselves.