The final table in the WPTDeepStacks tournament – Event #17 in the 2019 World Cup of Cards at Playground – has been confirmed.
The players, who had been grinding it out for more than 10 hours trying to earn the right to play at the final table, advanced to their goal midway through level 27. That’s when Daniel Le knocked out Samuel Gagnon to reduce the field to nine.
When both players went all in, Daniel was holding , and Samuel’s hole cards were .
The first three community cards were , and Samuel looked like he was in good shape with two pair.
When the dealer put out the turn, a , Samuel was still in control. But when the river came down , Samuel’s fate was sealed – his two pair were second best and the members of the WPTDeepStacks final table was set.
Day 3 of the WPTDeepStacks begins tomorrow at 12:00pm. At the end of the night, the tournament’s final seating redraw was performed, and when action gets underway on Day 3, the players will be seated as per the following table. Chip counts for each player are also available. Click or tap on any column header to sort the table.
|First Name | Prénom||Last Name | Nom||Seat | Siège||Stack | Tapis|
|Adam||Lamers||Table 65 - Seat 1||1,575,000|
|Karim-Olivier||Kamal||Table 65 - Seat 2||1,215,000|
|Julio||Cacoilo||Table 65 - Seat 3||3,980,000|
|Raymond||Carter||Table 65 - Seat 4||1,240,000|
|Leo||Leclerc||Table 65 - Seat 5||795,000|
|Daniel||Le||Table 65 - Seat 6||5,415,000|
|Johnson||Phanyaseng||Table 65 - Seat 7||3,680,000|
|Mitchell||Dredge||Table 65 - Seat 8||1,265,000|
|Martin||Gaudreault-Remillard||Table 65 - Seat 9||1,420,000|
The final table will be streamed live (on delay) – stay tuned to the WCC Event blog for details!
Congratulations, and best of luck to all nine finalists.