2013 Red Shores Deep Freeze Bounty Results


The 2013 Red Shores Deep Freeze Bounty Poker Tournament came to a close on its final day Sunday with Ray Carter of Miramichi, NB defeating Dan Macdonald of Charlottetown, PEI in heads up for the title and the $17,500 prize money and Bulova watch that came with it.

As always, the poker events at Red Shores get sold out and this time was no exception with a 160 player field making a prize pool of $56,000 and $8,000 in bounties, a step up from last year’s prize pool. The top 16 finishers grabbed a share of the main prize pool and many more won bounty money for defeating their opponents.

Congratulations to Ray Carter and all the other winners of this year’s Deep Freeze Bounty Poker Tournament and also to the Red Shores Racetrack & Casino in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island for organizing this great tournament and for being good hosts.

2013 Red Shores Deep Freeze Bounty Results

 Rank Payout Name City Province
1 $17,500 Ray Carter Miramichi NB
2 $9,600 Dan Macdonald Charlottetown PE
3 $5,300 Frank Jones Westville NS
4 $4,400 Ed Doyle Charlottetown PE
5 $3,800 Dan Hughes Charlottetown PE
6 $3,200 Jim Sullivan Moncton NB
7 $2,700 Nora Bagnall Charlottetown PE
8 $2,100 Jacques Daigle Woodstock NB
9 $1,600 Daniel Tomah Mapledale NB
10 $1,200 Kirby Eldershaw Charlottetown PE
11 $900 Jean-Louis Arsenault Bathurst NB
12 $900 Tex Hall Halifax NS
13 $700 Bill MacMillan Charlottetown PE
14 $700 Garth Frizzell Hunter River PE
15 $700 Micheal Doucette Johnstons River PE
16 $700 Trevor Gallant Charlottetown PE

Championship Session Qualifiers Included

Colin Bernard Deborah Vanneste
Doug Smith Ed Corrigan
Eli Critchley Kent Silliker
Kevin Green Kim Mabie
Kyle Myers Lawrence Leblanc
Lisa Marshall Matt Wilkins
Norman Overdijk Phil Matheson
Roman Gallivan Shant Thaper
Todd Baglione Trevor Halcovitch
Yaz Choukri Steve Worr
Chris Eagles Christien Landry
Francis Cormier Frank Paul



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