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   Wednesday, April 24 2024 
French players on the move - WSOP 2015

France has a panel of well-positioned title contenders in the ongoing 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP). Only some efforts would be needed and they can enter the list of winners in this festival. So far, none of them has scooped up a bracelet. Despite all this, this 20th day of the series features a sign of hope for them. Actually, a number of French poker players are geared up for wins in the Rio All Suite’s poker room, namely Bertrand Grospellier aka Elky and Pierre Horaud. They are among the 21 survivors heading to Day 3 battle of the Event # 30, a $ 1,000 buy-in NLHE. They are respectively ranked 11th and 16th position in the chip count. Admittedly, there is still a long way to walk through for both men. Though facing high-profile rivals including Kai Yang, Jason Koon, Chris Moorman and Antonio Esfandiari, Bertrand and Horaud are well-positioned to finish in the podium.

France’s Jean-Marc Thomas is also expected to surge towards the title in the Event # 31, the $ 3,000 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo. 17 players are heading to the next phase in this battle, including Thomas and formidable rivals Robert Mizrachi, Jeff Madsen and Mike Gracz. As for the Event # 32, the $ 5,000 NLHE Six-Handed, the pack also sees the presence of French players. And France has a bunch of representatives going into the next stage. Include the likes of Benjamin Pollak, Comel Sébastien, Jean Montury and Michel Abecassis. The $ 5,000 NLHE Six-Handed poker tournament is now running its Day 2.

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