Another day is in the books at World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris and we still haven't reached the money bubble as 24 players still remain. Day 2 chip leader Matt Salsberg still has the chance of back-to-back titles, but he will to fight really hard during Day 4 with his stack of 218,500 to catch up with chip leader Vasily Firsau (756,000) from Belarus and his closest competitors Peter Apostolou (548,000) and Jean-Norel Thorel (458,000).
Salsberg will be joined at the tables today by a few familiar faces including Elliot Smith, Marvin Rettenmaier, Kara Scott and Jason Koon. The money bubble will burst when 21 players remain. A minimum cash is worth $20,250 and $469,477 will be awarded to the winner.