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oct
31

Moshin Charania Comes Back From The Dead and Wins bwin WPT Grand Prix de Paris!

Tags: Moshin Charania, Vasili Firsau, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 31 October 2013 by "T".

Vasili Firsau from Belarus was sitting with 50% of the chips in play when the action kicked off at the 2013 bwin World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris final table on Wednesday. It was thanks to an increadible winning streak over the past 2 days that Firsau had accumulated such a massive chip lead, and his winning streak continued at the final table...

The fact is that he was responsible for all eliminations before he and Mohsin Charania (best known for his victory at the 2012 EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo) were the last men standing in the tournament. 

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oct
29

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: Vasili Firsau Leads The Final 24 Players

Tags: Elliot Smith, Kara Scott, Marvin Rettenmaier, matt salsberg, Vasili Firsau, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 29 October 2013 by "T".

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.

 

oct
18

Matthew Salsberg to create a tv-series about poker

Tags: freerolls, matthew salsberg, no deposit bonus, poker, WPT Grand Prix de Paris
Posted on 18 October 2012 by "M".

matthewsalsbergHollywood writer and producer Matthew Salsberg who is known for his work on some very successful tv series like Weeds and Entourage, has recently announced that he is working on a new tv series project that will be set in the international poker circuit.

During an interview with Giovanni Angioni at the EPT San Remo, Salsberg unfolded the project that combines his two passions in life - writing and poker:
"...But right now I have a show in development that I’m working on and it’s about poker players so there is probably a mix of fifty people in the room that I could potentially put there".

Salsberg was later asked for more details on his upcoming tv project:
"It’s about guys in their twenties that travel the circuit playing poker. It’s going to be a comedy but sort of a pretty realistic one. Reasonably realistic, let’s say".

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sep
17

Weeds Producer Matthew Salsberg Wins WPT Grand Prix de Paris

Tags: matthew salsberg, philipp gruissem, theo jorgensen, world poker tour, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 17 September 2012 by "T".

In case you didn't read our WPT Grand Prix de Paris updates last week, Philipp Gruissem finished both Day 2 and Day 3 with the largest pile of chips, and he had about 3 times the average stack and $100k more than his closest opponent Matthew Salsberg when Day 4 kicked off with 24 remaining players.

Read more » Weeds Producer Matthew Salsberg Wins WPT Grand Prix de Paris

sep
14

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: Gruissem Leads For The Second Consecutive Day

Tags: Joe Serock, juha helppi, Philipp Gruissem, Theo Jorgensen, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 14 September 2012 by "T".

When 63 players sat down at the tables and Day 3 kicked off, the tournament director had a plan to get as close to 12 players as possible. But in the end there were still 24 remaining players, and the man with the biggest pile of poker chips was the same as when the day started, Philipp Gruissem.

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sep
13

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: 63 Players Ready For Day 3

Tags: david benyamine, Jason Mercier, Juha Helppi, Philipp Philbort Gruissem, Theo Jorgensen, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 13 September 2012 by "T".

Day 2 of World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris has now come to an end. The day started with 143 players (we got the numbers wrong yesterday) and ended with 63 after some really exciting and wonderful four levels of poker.

Philipp "Philbort" Gruissem will bring the largest stack (280,600) to the tables today, and there are many well-known faces with healthy stacks in the remaining squad. Just to mention a few: Juha Helppi (222,800), Faraz Jaka (157,400), Jason Mercier (140,700), David Benyamine (137,600) and Theo Jorgensen (126,900).

The money bubble will burst when 27 players remain - all players will then be guaranteed at least $17,154 each. The winner of the tournament will take home bank-busting $515,720, and the runner-up gets $341,149!

sep
12

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: French Musician Tops Day 1b

Tags: Gregoire Boissenot, Juha Helppi, Justin Bonomo, Theo Jorgensen, world poker tour, WPT Grand Prix de Paris
Posted on 12 September 2012 by "T".

The second day of the WPT Grand Prix de Paris main event saw a field of 228 players. It was a very slow day, with nobody really willing to put their entire stack at risk. On the final 30-minute level, five or six players had about 100k each and battled for the top spot.

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sep
12

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: Matt Waxman is the winner!

Tags: matt waxman, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 12 September 2011 by "T".

Before the final table started Matt Waxman said to Mike Sexton (host and poker pro) that he was going to become the first-ever American to win a WPT in Paris. Waxman apparently is a man who sticks his word as he dominated the final table and laid hands on €518,750 first prize and became the first-ever American to win WPT in Paris.

Final table results:
1st: Matt Waxman: €518,750
2nd: Hugo Lemaire: €311,100
3rd: Fred Magen: €211,100
4th: Byron Kaverman: €155,550
5th: Mikko Sundell €133,330
6th: Martin Jacobson: €88,900

 

sep
9

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: Seat draw for the final two tables

Tags: franc, matt waman, mikko sundell, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 09 September 2011 by "T".

Day 3 of the World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris Main Event is over. 61 players have become 18 and they will continue the trip towards the final table at 14:00 local time. Mikko Sundell and Matt Waxman are the only 2 players that will bring over a million chips to Day 4.

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sep
8

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: 61 players survived Day 2

Tags: Franck Pepe, McLean Karr, wpt grand prix de paris
Posted on 08 September 2011 by "T".

The World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris Main Event player field (phew...) has been narrowed down to 61 players. Leading the way going into Day 3 is Franck Pepe with 432,000 chips. Pepe has a nice CV with lots of success in French poker tournaments. However, he's best known for his runner up finish in WPT Amneville last year.

Another player that will bring plenty of chips today is McLean Karr who run very well at the start of Day 2 and was up to 300k within the first couple of levels. Karr will bring 323,400 chips to Day 3. Play resumes at 14:00 local time today and the plan is to play down to 27 players. Ladies and gentlemen, it starts getting really exciting as we're one step closer to the final table where a €500,000 first prize is up for grabs

 

sep
7

WPT Grand Prix de Paris: Day 2 is about to start.

Tags: Mikko Sundell, wpt grand prix de paris, Yann Dion
Posted on 07 September 2011 by "T".

The World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris kicked off 2 days ago and already Day 1a and 1b are in the books. In total, the tournament attracted a field of 312 players and 167 (Day 1a-70, Day 1b-97) of them still have chips left will return to the tables in a bit.

In the top of the field of remaining players are Mikko Sundell with 203,800, Yann Dion with 201,400, and the Day 1b chip leader Guiliaume Darcourt with 198,500 chips. These 3 players, as you can see above, are extremely close in chips and it will be interesting to see if all of them will survive Day 2.

 


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