When William Pauzé eliminated Joshua Ladouceur in 11th place – he simply called his all-in bet with aces – the final table was formed. Here is the chart:
|First Name | Prénom||Last Name | Nom||Seat | Siège|
|Francis||Carrière||Table 34 - Seat 1|
|Christopher||St-Pierre||Table 34 - Seat 2|
|Michael||Carrington||Table 34 - Seat 3|
|Mario||Bernier||Table 34 - Seat 4|
|Réjean||Bourgogne||Table 34 - Seat 5|
|William||Pauzé||Table 34 - Seat 6|
|Fabien||Domenech||Table 34 - Seat 7|
|Gaétan||Perreault||Table 34 - Seat 8|
|Pierre||Bouchard||Table 34 - Seat 9|
|Mohammad||Osman||Table 34 - Seat 10|
On the first hand, Mario Bernier and Réjean Bourgogne were in an all-in hand that culminated in a group scream.
Magic. Réjean Bourgogne was flabbergasted. He lost his few remaining chips on the next hand and takes $310 for his rough final table experience. Good run!
Fabien Domenech followed him. His 9th place is good for $350. Well done!