48 Remain At WPT Grand Prix De Paris
May 11, 2022
The second day of play at the World Poker Tour Grand Prix de Paris, the first day that saw the survivors from the two original Day Ones come together in the same place at the same time, spelled the end to 79 players and got the 48 survivors one major step closer to the 27 person money bubble and a top prize worth €633,902.

Among those fortunate 48 are still numerous familiar names including Alain Roy, Alexander Kravchenko, Theo Jorgensen, Arnaud Mattern and Tyron Krost, the 2010 Aussie Millions main event winner, who recently made headlines, signing on as PartyPoker's newest team pro.

Some of the less fortunate bust outs from the day included Sorel Mizzi, Antoine Saout, Surinder Sunar and Andrew Feldman.

Day 3 of the WPT Grand Prix de Paris begins again tomorrow at 3PM Paris time (9AM EDT).  To follow the action, or to read more about today’s winners and losers visit

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