The Canadian Poker Championships has come to a close after an exhilarating journey, in which players from all over the world and of all calibers of play gathered together to compete for the lion's share of a $2,000,000 prize pool. Part of the World Cup of Cards at Playground Poker Club, this $2,000 + $200 NL Hold’em Re-entry event was composed of a healthy mix of recreational and professional players. With so many Phase 1 feeders, for which players were able to satellite into for as little as [More...]
$5K 8-Max Re-entry #2
Event #32 in the 2017 World Cup of Cards has come to a close in a very abrupt manner, and after just a single hand of Heads-up action, Jiachen Gong has been crowned Champion of this $5,000 + $300 NL Hold'em 8-Max Re-entry tournament. Jiachen was the prohibitive chip leader following his elimination of Louis Boutin, but throughout the whole tournament - indeed, the entire World Cup of Cards - Senthuran Vijayaratnam had more than proven his chops as a creative and skilled player, so anything [More...]
- 3rd place: Louis Boutin
- Gong doubles up
- Chip counts with 3 remaining
- 3-way in the $5K
- 5th place: François Billard
The Playground1000 was the 20th event in the World Cup of Cards, and a total of 867 entries took place for this tournament which boasted a $1,000,000 guarantee. Starting flights were available online at partypoker and live at Playground Poker Club, with all qualifiers reunited on Monday evening for Day 2. The top 100 players secured themselves a payout, with a staggering $200,000 top prize set aside for the eventual winner. Once Day 3 was complete, 24 players were still in the race and they [More...]
- Heads-Up: Charles La Boissonniere vs Garrett Dansereau
- 3rd place: Jason Mandanici-Turcot
- Level 34 begins
- Mandanici-Turcot pays Dansereau off
- 4th place: Donghai Lu ($54,500)
After more than 4 weeks of tournaments and 75 unique "scoring events" in the 2017 World Cup of Cards, we have our top 10 in the Leaderboard Challenge! The top prize this year was impressive - a $10,000 Caribbean Poker Party package. In addition to this, and the weekly PowerFest prizes, the next 9 players on the Leaderboard Challenge final standings page will receive prizes as outlined below. Without any further delay - the results: 1st place: William Blais - 1,472.60 points - $10,000 [More...]
- Kevin Rivest claims the throne in the Canadian Poker Championships!
- The Champion: Jiachen Gong
- Calling all High Rollers!
- 25 entries total – so far
- Stream on!