Canadian Timothy Adams has once again found himself with-in arms reach of scoring another big title; this time across the pond at the official 6 handed final table of WPT Grand Prix De Paris.
During a CanadaPoker.com interview with Timothy Adams after he won the bracelet and bragging rights of Event #28, a 4-max at this year’s WSOP, Ontario’s rising poker star mentioned he would be spending a few months in Europe looking to leave his mark…it seems he’s off to a great start!
Being a short handed specialist sitting entering Day 5 as the 3rd biggest stack, we think there is a good chance Adams could complete the second leg of poker’s coveted “Triple Crown” when play resumes in the early hours of our Saturday morning.
He’s now guaranteed at least $97,000 now, but a win would see him add more than $515,000 mote to his 2012 tally, surpassing his largest and bracelet win by more than $120,000. Even a second place finish would almost match his summer performance, however we are sure he’ll be gunning for the big bucks and title up top.
Fellow Canadian bracelet winners Erik Cajelais and Aadam Daya also made deep runs, along with Toronto’s Peter Jetten, however all three fell slightly short of the money bubble. Adams also found him quite short and on the verge of elimination at one point along the way, but it looks like that’s old news with now more than a million in chips in front of him.
Good Luck to Timothy at the final table!