The PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo €100,000 Super High Roller played down to the final nine players but are still one off the money when play resumes on Saturday. Bryn Kenney leads with 3.3 million over a collection of SHR veterans.

Kenney won two High Roller events at PokerStars Championship Bahamas, final tabled the SHR and left the Bahamas $1.76 million richer. He’s also cashed in six ARIA High Roller events, picking up one win, since PSCB and is the player to beat with his chip lead.

Ole Schemion shipped the opening €10,000 event and won this event in 2016 when it was the EPT Grand Final.

The event topped out with 61 entrants for a €5.94 million prize pool – after picking up four more re-entries at the start of Day 2. Here’s what they’re playing for:

1st: €1,784,500
2nd: €1,290,800
3rd: €832,800
4th: €630,600
5th: €487,715
6th: €380,700
7th: €303,350
8th: €237,950

Kevin Hart arrived to play in style, advanced to Day 2 but was sent to the rail by Byron Kaverman.

The final table takes place as Day 1A of the Main Event kicks off with cards scheduled to fly at noon local time.

Final Table Chip Counts

1. Bryn Kenney – 3,370,000
2. Viacheslav Buldygin – 2,965,000
3. Steffen Sontheimer – 1,910,000
4. Martin Kabrhel – 1,630,000
5. Isaac Haxton – 1,260,000
6. Ole Schemion – 1,250,000
7. Sam Greenwood – 1,150,000
8. Daniel Dvoress – 950,000
9. David Peters – 800,000