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Defending Champion Timur Caglan Headlines Final Eight in 2017 PokerNews Cup Rozvadov

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Timur Caglan

Timur Caglan will be eyeing up a second PokerNews Cup win in two years as he enters the final day and the final table second in chips bethind Holger Bansner.

Caglan, who has over $150,000 in lifetime earnings, took down the PokerNews Cup in 2016 for €44,695 after seeing off a field of 1,104.

Here he is line for €36,385 if he were to go on and clinch the title. However, he will be hard-pushed by not only Day 2 chip leader Bansner, but Benjamin Benoit and Daniel Novak who both sit with around 50 big blinds.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Holger BansnerGermany4,025,00067
2JOBBIGermany1,470,00025
3Jörg KunzGermany1,570,00026
4Willem de JongNetherlands1,055,00018
5Benjamin BenoitFrance2,855,00048
6Timur CaglanGermany3,405,00057
7Jens SteuberGermany1,060,00018
8Daniel NovakSlovakia2,930,00049

Remaining payouts:

PlacePrize (EUR)Prize (USD)
136,38542,789
222,64826,634
316,20719,059
412,54014,747
59,88011,619
67,7339,094
75,7196,726
83,9334,625

The final table gets underway at 3p.m. local time, and will be live streamed from King's Casino. Stay tuned to PokerNews as we bring you all the updates live!

Tags: Benjamin BenoitDaniel NovakHolger BansnerJens SteuberJOBBIKing's CasinoPokerNews CupTimur CaglanWillem de Jong