2014 WPT Montreal Main Event $3,500 + $350 NLH – Day 3

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WPT-Montreal-Partypoker

 

 Day 3  – partypoker WPT Montreal

Jonathan-Jaffe
Jonathan Jaffe

The chip leader at the end of  Day 3 is Jonathan Jaffe with 2.5M. Other top stacks include Ratharam Sivagnanam 2,380,000, Marc-Andre Ladouceur 2,066,000, Guillaume Nolet 2,000,000, and Maduka Meragal 1,821,000.

 

Play will resume at 12pm November 25th with approximately 6 minutes left in level 23. Play will continue on Day 4 until the official WPT Final Table of 6 players remains.

Day 4 Seating Chart and Chip Counts

NAME TABLE SEAT CHIPS
Alexandre Blanc 61 3 367000
Jeffrey Mulder 61 5 719000
Jeremie Damret 61 7 369000
Jonathan Jaffe 61 1 2500000
Lonnie Hallett 61 9 1440000
Maurice Hawkins 61 2 614000
Mukul Pahuja 61 4 1782000
Phong Truong 61 8 492000
Samuel Chartier 61 6 863000
NAME TABLE SEAT CHIPS
Edward Arnold 62 4 470000
Edward Hislop 62 9 1671000
Guillaume Nolet 62 5 2000000
Kevin Macphee 62 1 554000
Maduka Meragal 62 7 1821000
Marc Andre Ladouceur 62 6 2066000
Philip Hui 62 2 691000
Ratharam Sivagnanam 62 8 2380000
Sheraz Nasir 62 3 1072000

 

Jie Gao
Jie Gao

 

Jie Gao has been eliminated in 19th place as he was all-in holding and called by Jonathan Jaffe who held the . The flop of suddenly made even-strength hands anything but, as Jaffe was freerolling for the flush.

The turn brought that possibility closer and the on the river made it 100% – Jaffe hit the flush, and Jie Gao was out of the tournament.

The remaining 18 players are bagging and tagging their chips for the end of the day, and official chip counts will be posted soon.

 

 

Level:  23
Small Blind: 10k
Big Blind: 20k
Ante: 3000
Chip Average: 998k
Players Remaining:  27
Total Entries Day 1C:  732

 

 

Level 23 – 27 Players Remaining

Ratharam-Sivagnanam
Ratharam-Sivagnanam

Blinds: 10k / 20k,    3,000 ante

The players return from break to begin Level 23, with increased blinds of 10k / 20k,    and an ante of 3,000.

 

Level 23 Chipleaders 

Ratharam Sivagnanam 2,037,000

Edward Hislop 1,875,000

Marc-Andre Ladouceur 1,831,000

Maduka Meragal 1,826,000

Lonnie Hallett 1,820,000

Mukul Pahuja 1,750,000

 

 

T.J. Ulmer
T.J. Ulmer

Ryan Fee
Ryan Fee

Danny Suied
Danny Suied

 

  • Jie Gao Out in 19th Place $20,240

  • T.J. Ulmer Out in 20th Place $20,240

  • Danny Suied Out in 21st Place $20,240

  • Nenad Sizgoric Out in 22nd Place $18,020

  • Ryan Fee Out in 23rd Place $18,020

  • Philippe Plouffe Out in 24th Place $18,020

  • Antonio Esfandiari Out in 25th Place $15,800

  • Francois Billard Out in 26th Place $15,800

  • Gianluca Cedolia Out in 27th Place $15,800

 

 

Philippe Plouffe
Philippe Plouffe

Antonio Esfandiari
Antonio Esfandiari

Francois Billard
Francois Billard

Gianluca Cedolia
Gianluca Cedolia

 

Final 27 Players

Table 64 Name Seat Chips
Antonio Esfandiari 6 306000
Edward Arnold 3 209000
Edward Hislop 7 166000
Franicos Billard 9 489000
Lonnie Hallett 5 562000
Marc Andre Ladouceur 1 1071000
Mukul Pahuja 8 1024000
Philip Hui 4 909000
Ratharam Sivagnanam 2 401000
Table 63
Alexandre Blanc 1 187000
Guillaume Nolet 4 417000
Jeffrey Mulder 9 571000
Jeremie Damret 3 589000
Nenad Sizgoric 7 598000
Philippe Plouffe 8 573000
Ryan Fee 2 565000
Samuel Chartier 5 225000
Tim Ulmer 6 800000
Table 56
Daniel Suied 7 94000
Jie Gao 6 275000
Jonathan Jaffe 9 698000
Kevin Macphee 5 639000
Maduka Meragal 3 1423000
Maurice Hawkins 1 732000
Phong Truong 4 213000
Sheraz Nasir 2 766000

Level 22 – 36 Players Remaining

Blinds: 8k /-16k, 2,000 ante

The players have returned from break to begin Level 22.  The average chip stack is about 610,000 with 36 players remaining.

Action is scheduled to continue today until the field reaches the final 18 players.

Recent Eliminations

  • Louis Boutin Out in 28th Place $13,820

  • Bill Kontaratos Out in 29th Place $13,820

  • Brian Yoon Out in 30th Place $13,820

  • Mathieu Clavet Out in 31st Place $13,820

  • Mathieu Gagniere Out in 32nd Place $13,820

  • Nicholas Gerrity Out in 33rd Place $13,820

  • Steven Kerr Out in 34th Place $13,820

  • Alexander Richmond Out in 35th Place $13,820

  • Stephen Celluci Out in 36th Place $13,820

  • David Valone Out in 37th Place $11,850

  • Craig Masley Out in 38th Place $11,850

 

Level 22 Chipcounts

Mukul Pahuja 2,400,000

Marc-Andre Ladouceur 2,270,000

Maduka Meragal 1,705,000

Ratharam Sivagnanam 1,460,000

Sheraz Nasir 1,200,000

Lonnie Hallett 998,000

 

Steven Kerr
Steven Kerr

Bill Kontaratos
Bill Kontaratos

Mathieu Gagniere
Mathieu Gagniere

Nicholas Gerrity
Nicholas Gerrity

 

 

 

Mukul Pahuja
Mukul Pahuja

Level 21

Blinds 6k / 12k   ante 2000

 

Chipleader Mukul Pahuja Makes Quads

Mukul Pahuja is off to a hot start today, and just made quad nines to win a pot that took him up over the two-million mark.

 

  • Alexander Richmond Doubles Thru Kevin MacPhee
  • Sam Chartier Doubles Thru Todd Terry
  • Danny Suied Doubles Thru Mukul Pahuja

 

 

Players Eliminated in this Level…

  • Ioannis Pentefountas Out in 39th Place $11,850

  • Yassin Choukri Out in 40th Place $11,850

  • Yann Dion Out in 41st Place $11,850

  • Harry Arutyunyan Out in 42nd Place $11,850

  • Todd Terry Out in 43rd Place 11,850

  • Said Nehme Out in 44th Place $11,850

  • Emanuelle Carpignano Out in 45th Place $11,850

  • Alexis Urli Out in 46th Place $10,120

  • Andy Frankenberger Out in 47th Place $10,120

  • Max Greenwood Out in 48th Place $10,120

  • Jean-Francois Bouchard Out in 49th Place $10,120

 

Alexis Urli
Alexis Urli

Ioannis Pentefountas
Ioannis Pentefountas

Todd Terry
Todd Terry

Harry Arutyunyan
Harry Arutyunyan

 

Level 21 Chipcounts

Marc-Andre Ladouceur 1,700,000

Maduka Meragal 1,630,000

Mukul Pahuja 1,560,000

Phillip Hui 909,000

Ratharam Sivagnanam 835,000

TJ Ulmer 800,000

 

 Day 3: Shuffle Up & Deal!

 

 

Main Event Day 3 Seating Chart and Chip Counts

FirstName LastName Table Seat Stack
Maduka Meragal 55 1 1423000
Marc Andre Ladouceur 65 8 1071000
Mukul Pahuja 57 6 1024000
Philip Hui 55 6 909000
Tim Ulmer 55 7 800000
Sheraz Nasir 64 2 766000
Maurice Hawkins 56 6 732000
Jonathan Jaffe 56 8 698000
Kevin Macphee 65 7 639000
Nenad Sizgoric 63 7 598000
Jeremie Damret 55 9 589000
Philippe Plouffe 63 4 573000
Jeffrey Mulder 64 8 571000
Louis Boutin 65 2 569000
Mathieu Gagniere 56 3 565000
Ryan Fee 57 2 565000
Harut Arutyunyan 57 8 562000
Lonnie Hallett 57 7 562000
Franicos Billard 64 6 489000
Todd Terry 65 5 467000
Gianluca Cedolia 65 4 454000
Guillaume Nolet 56 7 417000
Craig Dwight Masley 64 7 415000
Ratharam Sivagnanam 55 5 401000
Nicholas Gerrity 57 5 399000
Stephen Celluci 64 5 383000
Andrew Frankenberger 65 3 377000
Mathieu Clavet 56 2 365000
Alexis Urli 63 2 353000
David Valone 55 4 323000
Said Nehme 55 8 320000
Bill Kontaratos 57 1 313000
Yann Dion 64 1 310000
Antonio Esfandiari 56 1 306000
Jie Gao 65 6 275000
Ioannis Pentefountas 55 3 253000
Samuel Chartier 63 8 225000
Alexander Richmond 65 1 213000
Phong Truong 56 5 213000
Edward Arnold 63 3 209000
Brian Yoon 64 4 205000
Alexandre Blanc 64 3 187000
Edward Hislop 55 2 166000
Steven Kerr 57 3 163000
Emanuelle Carpignano 56 4 155000
Max Greewood 63 1 152000
Daniel Suied 57 4 94000
Yassin Choukri 63 5 80000
Jean Francois Bouchard 63 6 29000

WPT CUP

The 2014 WPT Montreal has attracted a total of 732 entries, which generated a net prize pool of $2,485,140.00. Last year this tournament attracted 862 players and the WPT Montreal Champion was Derrick Rosenberger, who took home $517,049 and a $15,400 seat to the WPT World Championship.

A total of 90 players will cash in this event, and the prize pool will be distributed according to the following table.

Note that first prize includes an entry in the WPT World Championship at Borgata, which is valued at US$15,400. Based on the exchange rate at which we collected US funds (1.08), this is C$16,632.00, which has been removed from the payout schedule. Therefore, the cash prizes in the following table add up to $2,468,508.00.

 

Finish Prize
1 $446,800.00 plus WPT World Championship entry
2 $313,318.00
3 $201,920.00
4 $149,340.00
5 $111,820.00
6 $90,350.00
7 $74,800.00
8 $59,490.00
9 $44,680.00
10-12 $33,080.00
13-15 $26,410.00
16-18 $22,960.00
19-21 $20,240.00
22-24 $18,020.00
25-27 $15,800.00
28-36 $13,820.00
37-45 $11,850.00
46-54 $10,120.00
55-63 $8,390.00
64-72 $7,160.00
73-81 $6,170.00
82-90 $5,430.00

 

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