12th annual Canadian Poker Championships Event #3, $1,000 NLH Results

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Day 1B of the $500 No Limit Hold‘em and Event #3,  a $1,000 No Limit Hold’em are now in the books for Casino Yellowhead’s 12th annual Canadian Poker Championships in Edmonton.  11 more players advanced to today’s noon finals for the $500 buy-in, with 23 players returning today to battle for their share of an over $110,000 prize-pool.
So far, after 3 events, a total of $276,509 in combined prize-pools have been generated, with the final event, a $300+$30+$10 (optional add-on) No Limit Hold’em beginning at 4:00pm this Sunday (Oct 9th).
The final day of the $500 event certainly has created a field of familiar top Alberta names; we told you about a few in our 12th Annual Canadian Poker Championships $500 Day 1A Chipcounts & Event 1 report, but 1B has brought a few more powerhouses into the mix; Rick Horseman is the defending champion from the 9th Annual Western Canadian Poker Championship, also hosted by Casino Yellowhead.  Also slaying this series is Ron Campbell, yet another past Canadian “Player of the Year” who is having an incredible run once again this weekend, after also finishing 4th in Saturday’s $1000 No Limit Hold’em.  Count on today’s poker to some of the toughest played recently in Alberta, these players all know each other well and the bragging rights will certainly be a motivator in this one.

The $1,000 event results show several notable names from past series; Patrick Snowden bested his recent 6th place performance in the Edmonton Poker Championships 1k, finishing 3rd this time around.  “Calvin X” can be found on many results a report coming out of Edmonton, though still chooses to remain incognito when it comes to the press.  Beausejour Manitoba’s James Werry has had previous final table finishes in events with buy-ins of $1000 or more in Regina, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary; now adding Edmonton with his 6th place cash here. 
Here are the results as well as photos by CanadaPoker.com from the $1000 and chip counts from Day 1B.  Be sure to also view our Photo Galleries from Friday.

Event #3, $1,000 No Limit Hold’em

1st RICK ROGERS $33,500
2nd CALVIN X $19,500
3rd PATRICK SNOWDEN  $13,500
4th RON CAMPBELL $10,400
5th BROCK ALLISON $8,000
6th JAMES WERRY $6,500
7th JOE LEE $5,400
8th MICHAEL MCHALE $4,600
9th KENNY TRAN $4,000
10th ROBERT BUSCH $3,400
11th KYLE HARTREE $2,800
12th JOAN GOYETTE $2,475

Total Prize-Pool: $114,075    Total Entries: 117

Event #2, $500 No Limit Hold’em  Day 1B CHIP COUNT SHEET

TOTAL CHIPS IN PLAY 2,756,100
TOTAL ENTRANTS  227
AVERAGE CHIP STACK 119,830
  
  
BLINDS WILL START AT 1000 – 2000 ANTE 200
Total Prize-Pool: $110,622

  • CHIP COUNT SHEET

JEREMY SINGLETON 213,900
TONY POIRIER 194,200
PATRICK GUNRAJ 168,600
BIJAN EMMANUEL 145,000
DONALD MCCALL 129,100
RICHARD HORSEMAN 103,600
TOM TROUGHTON 101,500
RON  CAMPBELL 80,600
NISCHAY SARNA 67,300
QUENTIN SIFFLEDEEN 54,900
STEVEN COLLIN 51,100
TOTAL CHIPS IN PLAY 1,309,800
AVERAGE STACK 119,073
                                                              BLINDS ENDED AT 3,000 – 6,000

 

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