The record-breaking €1,100 France Poker Series Main Event at the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour Paris will reach its conclusion today, as the final seven players remaining out of the starting 2,071 return to the Hyatt Regency Paris Étoile. Play will start at 12 p.m. local time, and Jean-Luc Labryga , who started day 2 as the overall chipleader, once again comes in with by far the biggest stack.
Labryga has not slowed down since his Day 1a performance and bagged 20,350,000 chips (68 big blinds) for the final day, more than double that of his nearest contender, Ukraine's Oleksii Natoptanyi.
The French player will try to keep the trophy and accompanying €287,830 top prize on home soil, but his fellow countrymen Roger Taieb, Thibault Reverdito, and short stack Alan Goasdoue also still have a chance of achieving the same feat. Rounding out the final seven players are the Dutchman Elias Fisz and Ireland's Christopher Dowling.
€1,100 FPS Paris Main Event Final Table
| ||SEAT||PLAYER||COUNTRY||CHIP COUNT||BIG BLINDS|
| ||1||Alan Goasdoue||France||3,350,000||11|
| ||2||Elias Fisz||Netherlands||9,225,000||31|
| ||3||Jean-Luc Labryga||France||20,350,000||68|
| ||4||Oleksii Natoptanyi||Ukraine||9,150,000||29|
| ||5||Roger Taieb||France||8,100,000||27|
| ||6||Christopher Dowling||Ireland||7,300,000||24|
| ||7||Thibault Reverdito||France||4,625,000||22|
The final seven players will commence play with blinds of 150,000/300,000 with a 300,000 big blind ante. Levels will last 60 minutes until the final three players have been reached, or a deal as been made, at which point the duration of the level will be halved. All players have secured at least €44,990, but all will be gunning for the top spot.
PokerNews will be present to report the rest of play from this tournament as the players play down to a winner. Don't forget to check out the live coverage of other tournaments here at EPT Paris over at the EPT Paris tournament hub to not to miss any of the action.