2023 PokerStars EPT Paris

€5,300 EPT Paris Main Event
Day: 6
Event Info

2023 PokerStars EPT Paris

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
200,000 / 400,000
Players Info - Day 6
Players Left

Welcome to the Day 6 Finale of the EPT Paris Main Event

EPT Trophy
EPT Trophy

Welcome to the Day 6 finale of the EPT Main Event at the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour Paris. Cards go in the air at 12:30 p.m. for the final five players.

Romania's Razvan Belea leads the final group and Peter Jorgne trails him in second, while Brian Delaney is the only other player over 10 million in third. France's Fabrice Bigot is close behind the top three in fourth, while Henri Kasper rounds out the top five with the short stack.

2023 EPT Paris Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountDay 6 Big Blinds
1Fabrice BigotFrance9,625,00064
2Henri KasperEstonia1,725,00012
3Brian DelaneyUnited Kingdom10,425,00070
4Peter JorgneSweden10,775,00072
5Razvan BeleaRomania16,125,000108

The table is set for the Day 6 finale after a penultimate day that saw 15 players play down to an unofficial final table that featured nine players from nine different countries. Morocco's Mehdi Chaoui, Denmark's Johan Schultz-Pedersen, Denzel Spekman of the Netherlands, and Germany's Konstantin Held all bowed out from the last table to set up the tournaments final five.

Local eyes will be on Bigot, who has accomplished a lot in his short time on the French poker scene. The Frenchman's first record score is a tournament win right here in Paris, and he recently took down the local edition of the WPT Prime Main Event for €177,240. Bigot qualified for just €250 and he is within striking distance of a million-euro payday.

The final five outlasted a field of 1,606 to have an opportunity to play for the lion's share of the €7,708,800 prize pool, from which today's winner will take home €1,170,000.

2023 EPT Paris Final Table Results and Remaining Payouts

1  €1,170,000
2  €780,100
3  €535,850
4  €412,200
5  €317,050
6Konstantin HeldGermany€244,000
7Denzel SpekmanNetherlands€187,650
8Johan Schultz-PedersenDenmark€144,300
9Mehdi ChaouiMorocco€111,000

The final five players will return on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. and resume play at Level 31 with blinds at 100,000/150,000 with a 150,000 big blind ante. The PokerStars live stream will air all of the action on a 30-minute security delay.

Be sure to keep it with the PokerNews team for live updates from the floor of the final day of the EPT Main Event and tune into PokerStars for a live stream of all of the action on YouTube and Twitch. For more information, including seat draws, schedules, and structures, download the PokerStars Live app.

Tags: Brian DelaneyDenzel SpekmanFabrice BigotHenri KasperJohan Schultz-PedersenKonstantin HeldMehdi ChaouiPeter JorgneRazvan Belea