West Coast Poker Championships, WCPC Events 2-4 Results

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Events 2 through 4 have wrapped up since Sunday at the Vancouver Edgewater Casino’s West Coast Poker Championship and we have those results for you.

Already, about $147,500 in combined tournament prize-pools have been awarded over the first 4 events, with a total of 476 entries over the series so far. The really big money is yet to be played for however, as the multiple starting day $1500+$150 No Limit Hold’em Main Event gets underway on Thursday.

 

Wednesday will start building the pot, with a $165+$15 Super Satellite for the championship. One for every ten players will be awarded entry into the $1650 total buy-in tournament.

Getting into the results so far, it seems that last year’s Main Event winner Daniel Skolovy was gunning hard to add the Mixed PLO/NLHE title to his WCPC resume. According to @PokerEdgewater on twitter, Daniel entered Heads-Up play against Steve “Coach” Wong with about a 2.5-1 chip advantage. Wong had other ideas however and soon chipped his way back up to even. The players decided to take $12,000 each, leaving in more than $1,100 and the title to play for. Not long after, it seemed that Daniel was willing to concede the win and be happy to walk away with an even chop, leaving the “Coach” with the bragging rights in the event for the “official” results. Congratulations to both.

 

Matt Jarvis was also among to more recognizable names at the $500 final table, though denied the win in this event once again after 2nd place finish in it last year.

Here are the complete results for Events 2,3 and 4:

 

Event #2 $275 Ladies No Limit Hold’em

 

1) Sandar Lwin $6,500*

2) Xiaoyun Liu $3,700*

3) Rosemary Lawrence $2,800*

4) Justin Lai Yin $2,240

5) Lorie Harabalja $1,699

6) Carol Phiniotis $1,201

7) Meiyun Ge $801

 

Total Prize-Pool: $18,941

Total Entries: 71

 

*Official pay-outs. Players agreed to their own deal of a 7 way split of $1,000 and leaving money in to play for top 3

 

Event #3 $180 (Fixed) Limit Hold’em

 

1) Greg Yoshida $4,649*

2) Davide Riccio $2,797*

3) Nigel Vonas $2,117*

4) Joseph Haddad $1,693*

5) Michael Brouk $1,284*

6) Chris Back $908*

7) David Cameron $500*

8  Rami Raad $369*

 

Total Prize-Pool: $14,317

Total Entries: 82

 

*Official Pay-outs. Final 10 players agreed to their own deal of an even split of approximately $1,400 a piece.

 

Event #4 $500 Mixed Pot Limit Omaha/No Limit Hold’em

 

1) Steve “Coach” Wong $15,553*

2) Daniel Skolovy $9,553*

3) Jordan Lewis $6,566

4) Mike Kim $4,790

5) Marco Pontillo $3,863

6) Matt Jarvis $2,987

7) Doug James $2,318

8  Joseph Leung $1,803

9) Gene Lockerby $1,406

10) Ali Khalili $1,107

 

Total Prize-Pool: $49,946

Total Entries: 103

 

*Official Pay-outs. Final 2 players made their own deal for $12,553 each.

 

Be sure to look for photos galleries and recaps from the Main Event on CanadaPoker.com later this week.

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