The second day of the 2013 World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris was played yesterday, and many poker stars were amongst the 65 players who made it through to Day 3. In fact, at the end of five 90-minute levels of play, defending champion Matt Salsberg bagged up the largest stack (212,600 chips)! Salsberg will be joined at the tables today by notables such as Marvin Rettenmaier and Timothy Adams.
21 of the remaining 65 players will receive a piece of the prize pool (a minimum payday is worth $20,250). The last man/women standing will receive nothing less than $469,477, so it will be a thrilling final table with or without any big names on it! We will be back with another brief update tomorrow morning!