2012 WCOOP “Canadian” Final Table Finishes, Events 35-65

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After 65 events, the 2012 World Championships of Online Poker wrapped up in the early hours of September 25th, with Russian player ‘maratik’ being crowned the $5,200 Main Event Champion after parlaying 40 Frequent Player Points into $1,000,907.26 and the bracelet!

According to the PokerStars press release, a six-way deal was negotiated at the final table, which saw ‘maratik’ initially getting $900,907.26, but he added an additional $100,000 to his haul after defeating the final 5 players to collect the title and cash left in the middle.

Looking at the final numbers, those playing from Canada racked up a total of 2,166 cashes over 15,726 entries across the series; totaling in a massive $9,567,359.96 in winnings. Canada placed first across the board, scoring 14 bracelets to runner up Russia’s 8, who comparable had less than 1000 entries over the WCOOPs.

Canada also claimed 80 final table finishes, while Russia rang in at 55 for second place.

Below are our final table cashes for events 35 through 65; while the 2012 WCOOP Canadian Final Table Finishes for Events 1-34 can be found by clicking on the link.

Congratulations to all 80 final table appearances!

 

WCOOP-65: $5,200 NL Hold’em Main Event – $5 million   GTD  Prize pool: $9,125,000 Entries: 1825

2nd Ryan ‘TheCart3r’ Carter (Canada) – $662,516.39*

8th Phil ‘takechip’ D’Auteuil (Canada) – $136,875

(* denotes six-way deal)

 

WCOOP-64: $10,300 8-Game [High Roller] – $400,000   GTD Prize pool: $930,000 Entries: 93

1st Jason Mercier (Canada, Team Pro) – $253,425

3rd Daniel ‘KidPoker’ Negreanu – $130,200

6th Scott ‘gunning4you’ Seiver – $48,825

 

WCOOP-63: $215 NL Hold’em – $1 million   GTD Prize pool: $1,913,800.00 Entries: 9,569

1st jakz101 – $281,524.39

 

WCOOP-62: $2,100 HORSE – $200,000   GTD Prize pool: $330,000 Entrants: 165

1st babyjess28 – $71,775

 

WCOOP-60 : $700 PL Omaha Heads Up $100,000   GTD Entrants: 418 Prize pool: $280,060

5th (tie): Gakn29 – $8,961.92

 

WCOOP-59 : $215 NL Omaha H/L – $100,000   GTD Entrants: 927 Prize pool: $185,400

2nd glockwood81 – $24,102.00 5th broken_jia – $9,344.16

 

WCOOP-58: $1,050 FL Hold’em [6-Max] – $150,000   GTD Entrants: 261 Prize pool: $261,000

 

5th Jon “apestyles” Van Fleet – $15,660.00

 

WCOOP-57: $530 NL Hold’em [1R1A] – $600,000 GTD   Entrants: 846 Prize pool: $1,009,000

4th jliberta146 – $73,657 9th Jymaster11 – $12,915.20

 

WCOOP-55: $530+R NL Hold’em – $600,000 GTD   Entrants: 744 Prize pool: $1,088,500

1st youaremelon – $199,739.75

7th Ami ‘UhhMee’ Barer – $34,832 8th sms9231 – $23,947

 

WCOOP-53: $320 PL Omaha H/L – $150,000 GTD    Entrants: 932 Prize pool: $279,600

3rd G’s zee – $27,121.20

5th Ari ‘BodogAri’ Engel – $14,091.84

 

WCOOP-52: $215 NL Hold’em [Big Antes] – $300,000 GTD    Entrants: 2,164 Prize pool: $432,800

4th Mike ‘Tîmex’ McDonald (Canada) – $26,833.60

 

WCOOP-51: $215 NL Hold’em [1R1A] – $300,000 GTD    Entrants: 1,112 Prize pool: $500,200

8th 4rebmun – $10,004

 

WCOOP-50: $1,050 NL Hold’em – $750,000 GTD    Entrants: 1,308 Prize pool: $1,308,000

8th Mike ‘goleafsgoeh’ Leah – $25,506.00

 

WCOOP-49: $530 Razz – $100,000 guaranteed    Entrants: 387 Prize pool: $193,500

1st Justin ‘ZeeJustin’ Bonomo (Canada) – $36,765.16

6th hummylun – $6,772.50

7th Shawn ‘buck21’ Buchanan – $4,837.50

 

WCOOP-48: $320 Mixed NL Hold’em/PL Omaha – $200,000 GTD    Entrants: 1,132 Prize pool: $339,600

1st mookstar – $59,362.08

5th Jason ‘Taknapotin’ Somerville (Canada) – $16,980

 

WCOOP-47: $265 NL Hold’em [Turbo, KO] – $400,000 GTD Entrants: 3,339 Prize pool: $667,800 + $166,950

6th birddy420 (Canada) – $22,037.40

 

WCOOP-46: $320 NL Hold’em [2x Chance] – $500,000 GTD   Entrants: 2,218 Prize pool: $869,400

3rd Kora Fett – $78,246

 

WCOOP-44: $2,100 NL Hold’em – $1.25 million GTD    Entrants: 1,387 Prize pool: $2,774,000

4th d0r1t0s – $250,000* (* reflects 4-way deal)

 

WCOOP-43: $10,300 NL Hold’em – $200,000 GTD    Prize pool: $640,000.00 Entries 64

1st Adonis112 – $224,000.00

2nd Helio TYF – $128,000.00

 

WCOOP-42: $215 NL Hold’em – $1 million guaranteed   Entrants: 8,342 Prize pool: $1,668,400

7th briankrause1 – $35,870.60

 

WCOOP-40: $320 NL Hold’em – $250,000 GTD   Prize: $698,100.00. Entries: 2,327

7th jknack10 Canada – $9,075.30

9th Pthelegend – $9,075.30

 

WCOOP-39: $700 NL Hold’em [Heads-Up] – $250,000 GTD   Entrants: 720 Prize pool: $482,400

 

WCOOP-38: $215 PL pre/NLH post-flop – $100,000 GTD    Entrants: 1273 Prize pool: $254,600

2nd smokin27 – $31,825 3rd donut604 – $24,161.54

 

WCOOP-37: $530 FL Omaha H/L – $125,000 guaranteed  Entrants: 429 Prize pool: 214,500

5th Vanessa ‘V.Selbst’ Selbst – $12,012

 

WCOOP-36: $215+R NL Hold’em – $500,000 guaranteed  Entrants: 1483 Prize pool: $826,000

3rd thegrinda444 (Canada) – $76,405

4th Adam ‘Roothlus’ Levy (Canada) – $56,168

9th snake8484 – $8,507.80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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