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.
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||Willem de Jong||Netherlands||1,055,000||18|
|Place||Prize (EUR)||Prize (USD)|
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!