The official 6-handed final table of the WPT Montreal is now set, and the finalists have bagged and tagged their chips onto tomorrow’s grand finale, where we find out is the next WPT Champion is! Along with the poker fame comes a spot on the WPT Champion’s Trophy, a Playground Poker Fall Classic Champion’s Belt, a US$15,000 seat to the WPT Tournament of Champions, and of course a massive $384,150 payout. All players have assured themselves of at least $78,050 for their final table appearance, with the top 4 looking at a 6-figure payday.
Patrick Quinn returns with the chip lead after bagging 6,415,000 through 4 days on the felts. Maxime Heroux also bagged heavy and will see an armory of 5,345,000 waiting for him tomorrow. After falling quite short near the end of Day 4, David Peters sprung up the leaderboard with a double-up follow by a knockout, and closed his day with 3,345,000. The three other finalists, Derek Wolters, Eric Afriat and Brendan Baksh, all hang around the 1-million chip mark and will certainly be eyeing each other closely as the final table kicks off.
There are many options to watch the action unfold tomorrow:
- Come down to Playground Poker Club and grab a seat on stage to watch it live.
- Follow live updates on the Playground Events Blog.
- Follow the WPT Live Updates team as they bring you hand by hand coverage.
- Tune in to PokerGO to watch the live-stream with commentary (on 30-minute delay).
See you tomorrow as we play down to our tournament champion!
Cards will be in the air at 4pm.
WPT Montreal Final Table with Counts
|First Name | Prénom||Last Name | Nom||Seat | Siège||Stack | Tapis|
Final Table PrizesFirst prize also includes a seat in the WPT Tournament of Champions, a value of US$15,000 (C$19,420)
|Rank | Pos||Prize | Bourse|
The 6 finalists in the WPT Montreal: