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6.55pm: End of the level
That’s the end of level 22, updates for level 23 and beyond will appear in a new post shortly. — NW

6.40pm: Back from the break
The nine remaining players are back in their seats, here are their approximate chip counts:

David Torok – 490,000
Veronica Kokoceva – 750,000
Jaroslav Urban – 750,000
Keith Johnson – 690,000
Pawel Bartosz – 260,000
Kamil Koska – 150,000
Kim Eduardovich – 300,000
Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez – 1,200,000
Petr Kralicek – 300,000

The next player out will receive €4,860 to see all the in the money finishers so far, click here. — NW

6.20pm: Ioannis Prokopakis eliminated in 10th place
Veronica Kokoceva raised to 33,000 and Ioannis Prokopakis moved all-in for 170,000. Back on Kokoceva and she made the call:

Kokoceva: 1010
Prokopakis: 88

The Greek was in trouble, pair and suit dominated he needed help, but none was forthcoming on the 1073A7 board. There is now a 10 minute break whilst the nine remaining players combine at one table. There’s still 13 minutes left of level 22.– NW

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Ioannis Prokopakis is out in 10th

6.15pm: Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez doubles through Jaroslav Urban
I only caught the action on the river but with the board reading KJ85A Jaroslav Urban led out for 130,000 and Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez moved all-in for around 300,000 more. After a short think Urban announced call. The Spaniard, was out of his seat like a jack-in-the-box and slammed his cards face down on the felt – Q10 for broadway, the nuts – Urban had K2. As he collected the pot Rodriguez clapped his hands and became generally excitable. Well he does have the chip lead now with 1,300,000, Urban still has around 800,000. — NW

6.10pm: Torok gets some back
Overnight chip leader David Torok had slipped to below 450,000 but he just got some back from Keith Johnson. Torok opened to 32,500 from the button then Johnson three-bet to 63,000 from the small blind. Back on Torok he moved all-in and Johnson asked for a count. The dealer said it was 441,000 and Johnson took out his headphones, looked at the tournament clock a couple of times and then eventually folded. — NW

5.50pm: Still 10 handed
Play has been 10 handed for a while now, if you’d like to know the counts of the remaining 10 click here. — NW

5.40pm: Ioannis Prokopakis doubles up
He moved all-in for 161,000 with pocket queens and was called by Petr Kralicek who had AK, Veronica Kokaceva looked like she was also going to call but passed what she said was pocket jacks. The board of 928Q10 was a good one for the Greek, even more so given that Kokaceva would’ve made a straight had she called, after that hand Kralicek is down to around 300,000. — NW

LEVEL UP: BLINDS 8,000-16,000, ante 2,000

5.20pm: Kamil Koska doubles up twice
He was down to just 31,000 after losing pots to Keith Johnson and Jaroslav Urban and moved all-in with KJ and Keith Johnson made the obligatory call with K3, the board of K78A9 endured the Pole stayed alive.

The next hand he shoved and got it through uncontested and then on the next hand he moved all-in with AQ over the top of a David Torok raise, the latter called with K8 and the board missed both players and Koska now has around 200,000. — NW

5.05pm: Johnson makes a nice call
From the button Keith Johnson raised to 26,000 and Kamil Koska made the call from the big blind. The flop was J68 and Johnson c-bet 23,000, call. The turn was the 6 and both players checked to see the 3 complete the board. After a minute or so Koska bet 65,000. Johnson asked the dealer to spread the pot had a long think and then made the call. Koska showed Q7 but Johnson had made a great call with K5 for just king high, which was good. — NW

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Johnson – his hero call was good

4.55pm: Johnson jamming
In the last orbit Keith Johnson has re-raised all-in over the top of an opening raise from David Torok on two occasions. — NW

4.45pm: Zsolt Vasvenszki eliminated in 11th place (€3,240)
The Hungarian re-raised all-in for 218,000 after Jaroslav Urban had raised, the Czech made the call:

Vasvenszki: KQ
Urban: A10

The board ran out K6A62 and Urban cements his chip lead. — NW

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11th place finisher Zsolt Vasvenszki

4.40pm: Chip counts of the last eleven players
The remaining players are back in their seats, here how they stack up:

Table one:

David Torok, 729,000
Keith Johnson, 209,000
Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez, 792,000
Zsolt Vasvenszki, 218,000
Kamil Koska 268,000
Jaroslav Urban, 1,042,000

Table two:
Ioannis Prokopakis, 292,000
Pawel Bartosz, 114,000
Kim Eduardovich, 488,000
Petr Kralicek, 449,000
Veronika Kokoceva, 373,000

It’s still the same three protagonists at the top of the chip charts, Jaroslav Urban though has claimed the chip lead with Antonio Dieguez Rodriguez pushing David Torok down to third. — NW

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Rodriguez – up to second in chips

PokerStars Blog reporting team at Eureka Poker Tour Prague: Nick Wright. Photos courtesy of Tomas Stacha.

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