Saturday, 15 September 2012
The field at the WPT Grand Prix de Paris down to a final table of six and quite the line up it is too boasting WSOP bracelets, not to mention EPT and WPT champions.
American pro Matthew Salsberg is in pole position for the €400,000 first prize, returning with a stack of 1,575,000. There’s class right throughout the field though with EPT Grand Final winner Mohsin Charania in second on 1,435,000 and Canadian 2012 WSOP bracelet winner Timothy Adams in third on 1,198,000. The rest of the final table looks equally impressive with defending champion Theo Jorgensen returning in fourth on 1,169,000 and long time chip leader Philipp Gruissem in fifth on 776,000. The field is rounded out by 2010 English Poker Open winner Fabian Quoss who is the short stack with 570,000. The action starts at 4pm local time.
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