Now or never for EPT Poland final table

Farid Meraghni

And then there were eight. The final table of the European Poker Tour's Polish Open is locked down after Day 2 whittled the 94-person playing field to one patch of felt.

Farid Meraghni is the man to worry about when players circle the last tournament table at 2 p.m. local time today. With $971,000 in chips to his name, Meraghni holds a commanding lead over nearest competitor and former chip leader Peter Jepsen's $498,000 stack.

The action unfolds today at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Casino in Warsaw, with players vying for their piece of the event's more than $1 million prize pool.

Here are the chip counts going into the final table:

1 Frederik Pederson$288,000
2 Peter Jepsen $498,000
3 Marius Torbergsen $434,000
4 Andrew O'Flaherty $467,000
5 Farid Meraghni $971,000
6 Katja Thater $105,000
7 Patric Martensson $305,000
8 John Conroy $73,000

Due to gaming regulations in Poland the tournament will not be filmed for later broadcast. So gorge on live updates at the Live Tournaments Section like its your babcia's kielbasa and perogies.

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