After scoring a double knockout on the final table bubble, Jean-Sebastien Labonte bagged the chip lead in Day 1D of the Grand Prix Canada and will return to the felts on Day 2 with a stack of 898,000.
From a starting field of 78 entries, 8 players secured themselves a seat for the next phase of this massive $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool event. They have also locked in a min-cash of $400, as does every stack that qualifies for Day 2.
Below are the top counts from Day 1D, which will shortly be added to the combined end of Day 1 chip counts. Another flight is about to take off today, with Day 1E scheduled at 7pm with late registration open until 9:55pm.
|First Name | Prénom||Last Name | Nom||Stack | Tapis|