Vanessa Selbst Highlights European Poker Tour Prague Main Event Final 22

Vanessa Selbst remains in contention with just 22 players left at EPT Prague (Neil Stoddart photo)

Vanessa Selbst remains in contention with just 22 players left at EPT Prague (Neil Stoddart photo)

Fabio Sperling finished Day 4 of the European Poker Tour Prague Main Event alone on top with 4,357,000 chips but the group chasing him for the title and €969,000 ($1,207,000 US) first place prize includes some poker heavyweights.

British poker pro Sam Grafton sits third with 2,610,000, triple crown winner Davidi Kitai is fourth with 2,307,000 and Vanessa Selbst sits fifth with 2,040,000. The only player between Sperling and that group of three is Stephen Graner who bagged up 3,228,000.

Selbst actually spend a good portion of Day 4 as the chipleader but found herself on the wrong end of a couple of all-in confrontations where her opponents made sets.

The day began with 61 players still in contention but through the five 90-minute levels on Monday 39 players were sent packing including Andy Seth, Petr Jelinek, Dylan Linde, and WSOP Player of the Year George Danzer. Brian Altman, who finished Day 2 with the chip lead, was also amongst the casualties on Monday, finishing 23rd for €32,270 ($40,127 US) and his first EPT cash.

Action resumes at Noon CET (6 am ET) with a live stream available on

Day 4 Top Ten Chip Counts

  1. Fabio Sperling – 4,357,000
  2. Stephen Graner – 3,228,000
  3. Sam Grafton – 2,610,000
  4. Davidi Kitai – 2,307,000
  5. Vanessa Selbst – 2,040,000
  6. Miltiadis Kyriakides – 1,900,000
  7. Andras Nemeth – 1,813,000
  8. Bjorn Wiesler – 1,504,000
  9. Remi Castaignon – 1,385,000
  10. Tamer Kamel – 1,304,000
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Editor in Chief: Lance Bradley began working with BLUFF in March 2008 and was named Editor in Chief in August 2009. Prior to joining BLUFF Bradley launched an independent poker blog, in 2006. Before entering the world of poker media he was the Poker Room Manager for Bodog from January 2004 until June 2006. He graduated from the Applied Journalism program Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, Canada.
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