Event 13 in the World Cup of Cards followed a 50/50 bounty structure with a buy-in of $100 + $20 + $100, where players were awarded a $100 cash prize every time they knocked out an opponent.
Of the 260 players that entered, 27 were compensated with a cash prize – not including bounty prizes. Once play fell to 4 players, they made an ICM deal based on their chip counts, with the bigger share going to eventual champion David Valcourt-Dube.
David monopolized a spot atop the leaderboard from the start of the tournament, and most of the time he was chip leader. Once he arrived to the final table, other players rivalled his stack from time to time, however at the end of the night all of the chips in play found themselves in front of him.
In addition to collecting the largest share of the chop, David also pocketed 16 bounty chips along the way, adding $1,600 to his first place prize money.
Event 13 Champion: David Valcourt-Dube – $4,605.00 (plus 16 bounty chips of $100 each)
Event 13 runner-up: Martin Nguyen – $3,285.00
Last hand of play