2011 PCA Main Event Final Table

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The $10,000 PCA Main Event is down to the final table today down to eight from the original 1,560 players who entered in hopes of sharing in the $15,132,000 prize pool. The chip leader is Chris Oliver from California who is holding 42% of the combined chips. But there is also a Canadian is in the final table in the form of Philippe Plouffe from Montreal who recently made Canada Poker news winning the Grand Opening Tournament at the Playground Poker Club just a few weeks ago. Chris Moneymaker who was an early chip leader finished in 11th spot earning $130,000.
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Philippe Plouffe

Here is how the final table looks like:

Name Country  Chip Count
Chris Oliver USA   19,670,000
Galen Hall USA     6,435,000
Sam Stein USA     5,855,000
Mike Sowers USA     3,685,000
Anton Ionel Romania     3,520,000
Max Weinberg USA     3,350,000
Bolivar Palacios Panama     2,445,000
Philippe Plouffe Canada     1,555,000

 

Here are the potential prize payouts for the final table:

2011 PCA Prizes

1. $2,300,000

2. $1,800,000
3. $1,350,000
4. $1,000,000
5. $700,000
6. $450,000
7. $300,000
8. $202,000

 The 2011 PCA Main Event paid the top 232 places. Here is a list of Canadians who finished in the money :

13. Gregory Baksic  $115,000
18. Shayne Khanna   $87,500
29. Aaron McCready $66,000
41. Pietro Valente $52,000
49. Greg DeBora $45,000
53. Guillaume Gigna $45,000
62. Scott Wilson $38,000
86. Louis-Samuel Pouliot $23,500
113. Jeffrey Galati $20,000
130. Don Dayian $20,000
136. Nathan Schoo $20,000
140. Maxwell Greenwood $20,000
144. Matthew Wood $20,000
149. Richard Mask $17,500
166. Casey Jarzabek $17,500
179. Raffi Nahabedian $17,500
181. John Vlassis $17,500
183. Mathieu Martin $17,500
189. Eugene Bachand  $15,000
195. Horatio Kemeny  $15,000
203. Regent Lacroix  $15,000
205. Noeung Troeung  $15,000
207. Simon Charette $15,000
210. Francesco Bruno   $15,000
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