PokerStars EPT Berlin is down to the final table, and they are down to the final eight players, all vying for the €880,000 prize for first place.

Today started with 17 players left in the field, and had seen Roman Herold as the chip leader with 4,485,000 sitting in his stack as the first card were dealt.

The Live Stream has been  entertaining, and we’ve watched the eliminations of Oliver Busquet, Khiem Nguyen, Robert Auer and others to finally leave us with our final eight. Dashgyn Aliev was the final elimination of the day, and even though the final table bubble took nearly 6 hours, Stapes and Hartigan kept their professional edge.

The final table is going to look like this:

Seat 1 – Julian Thomas, 1,735,000
Seat 2 – Roman Korenev, 2,995,000
Seat 3 – Robert Haigh, 5,495,000
Seat 4 – Alexander Helbig, 3,315,000
Seat 5 – Lasse Frost, 3,700,000
Seat 6 – Pascal Vos, 1,750,000
Seat 7 – Daniel-Gai Pidun, 5,250,000
Seat 8 – Roman Herold, 3,050,000

The blinds at the start of the day will be at 50,000-100,000 with a 10,000 ante, so none of the final eight are deep stacked, with a 55 big blind stack being the biggest on the table, and 17 blinds being the smallest.

I foresee very short final table, which means no lie in for me tomorrow.

The final table is going to be streamed live from the Hyatt Hotel in Berlin, and you can enjoy the dulcet tones of James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton as these final eight play down to a single winner. You can also join in the discussion about the event on Twitter by using the hashtag #EPTLive.