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Day 5 of PokerStars Prague Main Event: Stephen Graner of America leads to final seven

The one before the last day of PokerStars 2014 Prague Main Event has lead 22 players from 1,107 entries making into the record breaking table of Hilton Prague Hotel. After Fabio Sperling lead while play resumed and 90min later the field got cut down to final seven.

The Stephen Graner is going to return on the final day as the commanding leader of 12,405,000 chips and this American is looking forward to improve his record of $273,854 after becoming 6th in Millionaire Maker of the 2014 World Poker Series in the last summer in Las Vegas.

Remi Castaignon the Frenchman will return with shortest heap, he may become EPT Main Events first male player and second time winner after last year victory in Deauville. Currently Victoria Coren Mitchell is the only player having two EPT titles.

The Day 5 started with seeing lot of eliminations and with the first level the field got reduced to 15. The shortest stack Nandor Solyom beginned the first trail after failing against Davidi Kitai. Next followed by Roman Pavliuk he ran 6/6 into 10/10 by Sperling the chip leader. Then Pascal Pflock who fell to 20th place when he showed his cards to Graner and board ran out.

Down to 15 players, within another hour Tamer Kamel as well as Vanessa Selbst lost in shot succession. It is the point when Nemeth stormed as the top on the board but lost to a massive flip with 7,300,000 chips against Graner. After that Nemeth not recovered and busted to 11th place. Francesco Grieco in between this was sent to the 13th place and 12th for Sam Grafton. The remaining two former EPT champions went blow down to 10th place and Kitai the three time gold bracelet winner bust out.