It was another late night in Prague.
Originally, the EPT Prague €5,300 buy-in Main Event was scheduled to play down to 18 players and the final three tables. Alas, on Day 4 the action progressed much slower than expected, so play was suspended with 23 players remaining. The original intent for Day 5 was to play down from 18 to 6.
Marc Macdonnell from Ireland ended Day 4 as the chip leader with 3.6M. Russia's Gleb Tremzin was not far behind with 3.5M.
A trio of Frenchmen were still left in the hunt at the end of Day 4: Ivan Deyra (1.1M), Bruno Lopes (984K), and Olivier Ferrero (589K).
Action on Day 5 picked up with a couple of eliminations. At press time, there are 18 players remaining on the final three tables and all three French players are still alive.