The final table has now been set at the World Poker Tour Grand Prix De Paris after the remaining three tables of 24 players was reduced down to just six. It started with Vasili Firsau with the chip lead and ending in the same fashion, though this time he had collected up more than half of the entire chips in play.
He ended up with a huge stack of 2,893,000 chips going into the final table with Christina Lindley being his closest rival on just 880,000.
— Christina Lindley (@lindleyloo) October 30, 2013
Others that established themselves on the final table included Kimmo Kurko, Mohsin Charania and Elliot Smith, though each will have their work cut out in trying to catch the dominant Firsau.
We also had to lose some notable players on Day 4 as Kara Scott, Jason Koon, Marvin Rettenmaier, Matt Salsberg and Micah Raskin all went home, though they did each make the money at the very least.
— Marvin Rettenmaier (@MadMarvin) October 29, 2013
Blarhh I shoved 15bb with A8ss from the button and the small blind had aces. Out in 14th from #wptParis
— Kara Scott (@KaraOTR) October 29, 2013
They got me. My tourney life flip TT vs AK kid hit the K. Out in 12th:(
— matt salsberg (@msalsberg) October 29, 2013
The final table will kick off at 3.30pm local time in Paris today and will eventually see who the latest player to be crowned a World Poker Tour title winner. Our money is on Firsau but we have certainly been wrong on many occasions in the past.
The Final Table Seating And Chip Counts
St 1) Peter Astopolous – 269,000
St 2) Kimmo Kurko – 116,000
St 3) Elliot Smith – 782,000
St 4) Mohsin Charania – 644,000
St 5) Christina Lindley – 880,000
St 6) Vasili Firsau – 2,893,000
What They Will Play For