Monday December 19, 2016 at 1:05 am

The final table of the EPT 13 Prague Main Event will mark the end of an era. David Peters is having a sensational 2016 and it's no coincidence the American pro capped off his amazing year with an appearance at the final table at the last massive event in Europe this calendar year. This year's prize pool topped €5.7 million. First place pays out €774,600. Hungary's Marton Czuczor advanced to the final table as the chip leader with 9.7M and David Peters was not far behind with 8.8M. Also making the final table on the last-ever stop on the EPT... Sergei Petrushevskii, Sam Cohen, Jasper Meijer van Putten, and Marius Gierse.

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Down to six in Prague. €774,600 is up for grabs in the €5,300 buy-in Main Event. This is the last-ever event on the European Poker Tour before PokerStars switches up their regional tours and combines them into a singular global series. Welcome to the New World Order of Poker, but Prague is the last stop on a storied tour. This year's Main Event attracted 1,192 runners, which created a prize pool over €5,780,000.

With six players to go, two Americans made the final table along with four Europeans. Americans David Peters and Sam Cohen finished up second and fourth in chips. Cohen also is the last-ever woman to make a final table on the EPT. Can she be the last-ever EPT champion?

Marton Czuczor from Hungary is the big stack with 9.7M. Also making the final six... Sergei Petrushevskii (Russia), Jasper Meijer van Putten (Netherlands), and Marius Gierse (Germany).

Notables who went deep and cashed included Team PokerStars Pro from Brazil Felipe Ramos (15th), Benjamin Pollak (32nd), Paul-Francois Tedesch (49th), Dick Postel (52nd), Maxim Lykov (53rd), Philipp Gruissem (67th), and Ludovic Lacay (72nd).

EPT13 Prague Main Event

Buy-in: €5,300

Entrants: 1,192

Prize Pool: €5,781,200

Payouts: 231


EPT13 Prague Final Table Payouts:

1. €774,600

2. €554,700

3. €397,300

4. €284,550

5. €203,800

6. €145,900


Final Table Chip Counts:

1. Marton Czuczor (Hungary) 9,710,000

2. David Peters (USA) 8,880,000

3. Sergei Petrushevskii(Russia) 5,265,000

4. Sam Cohen (USA) 4,520,000

5. Jasper Meijer van Putten (Netherlands) 3,815,000

6. Marius Gierse (Germany) 3,555,000

Watch the final table via PokerStars TV. Action resumes noon local time.

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