The Austrian - who won the first event in his native country in the autumn of 2011 - remains 11 points ahead of Barcelona winner Santiago Soriano Ramos and Prague's champion Nat Jarmonthavat.
All three defeat bigger fields than our most recent victor Pavlos Xanthopoulos, but with the tour regular set to play the final event on home soil, would you bet against another strong showing that would see him snatch the top prize?
A final table appearance for many of our top competitors could still wrestle the lead from our most stubborn leader in ParadisePoker Tour League history, so it's all to play for in Thessaloniki.
Here's the standings in full:
|ParadisePoker Tour Vienna Results (click to enlarge)|
|League Standings (click to enlarge)|