With four levels of play complete, the players in Day 1F of the Grand Prix Canada have just returned from their first break of the day. There has been a steady flow of players joining the field this afternoon, bringing the number of entries just shy of the 200 mark.
A number of players have managed to more than double their starting chips, however, two players find themselves neck and neck for the early lead in this flight. Less than a big blind separates Antonio Scalia and Evan Zotstein, who lead the rest of the field, each playing more than triple their starting stack.
|First Name | Prénom
|Name | Nom
|Stack | Tapis