PARTYPOKER WPT CANADIAN SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP

May 01-6 | Playground Poker Club | Kahnawake, Quebec
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Day 2: Official Seating & Chip Counts

12:35 AM, 05/03/15

Eric Afriat Leads the 102 Survivors From Day 1B

11:11 PM, 05/02/15

Official Prizepool: CAD $1,148,480

10:40 PM, 05/02/15

Video: Who is Your Pick in the Big Fight -- Mayweather or Pacquiao?

10:09 PM, 05/02/15

Meet WPT Commentator Mike Sexton

09:31 PM, 05/02/15

Dinner-Break Chipleader Dave Graham Wins partypoker Monster DNA Headphones

07:05 PM, 05/02/15

Video: Melissa Castello Tries Montreal Bagels & Poutine

05:17 PM, 05/02/15

Coming This Summer: WPT500 at ARIA

04:45 PM, 05/02/15

Poker Advice from WPT POY Matt Salsberg

04:29 PM, 05/02/15

Video: Last NIght's Party for the partypoker Qualifiers

04:03 PM, 05/02/15

Chip Count Update: partypoker Qualifiers

03:13 PM, 05/02/15

partypoker Qualifier Kevin Singh Rivers a Straight

02:59 PM, 05/02/15

Coming Soon: WPT Amsterdam (May 11th-16th)

11:33 AM, 05/02/15

Matt Salsberg Eliminated by Ami Alibay

10:27 PM, 05/01/15

Party for the partypoker Qualifiers

09:40 PM, 05/01/15

Dinner Break Chipleader Brian Wang and His New partypoker Monster DNA Headphones

09:27 PM, 05/01/15

Meet WPT Anchor Lynn Gilmartin

09:09 PM, 05/01/15

Playground Poker Club: Cleanest Poker Room?

08:31 PM, 05/01/15

Coming Soon: WPTDeepStacks Central California (May 15th-18th)

08:06 PM, 05/01/15

Angelo Cusinato Doubles Thru Kane Kalas

07:59 PM, 05/01/15

Video: Day 1A of the partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship

05:34 PM, 05/01/15

Free partypoker-styled Monster Headphones to the Dinner Break Chipleader

05:01 PM, 05/01/15

Playground Poker Club: The Notification Lights

04:56 PM, 05/01/15

Coming Soon: WPT Amsterdam (May 11th-16th)

04:24 PM, 05/01/15

Eric Afriat Eliminated by Tim Reilly

03:57 PM, 05/01/15

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01:37 PM, 05/01/15

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Day 2: Official Seating & Chip Counts

Level 11: 600-1,200, 200 ante

Here are the official chip counts and seating assignments for Day 2 of the partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship:

49-1  Diana Shamshoum  -  60,900
49-2  Mark Leslie  -  55,300
49-3  Paul Mohorea  -  26,100
49-4  Eduardo Vieira  -  65,000
49-5  Geoffrey Robert McNeely  -  58,700
49-6  Mitchell Dredge  -  106,800
49-7  Michael Paul Stone  -  84,100
49-8  John Krpan  -  75,000
49-9  Rene Bourbeau  -  249,100

50-1  Edouard Dupuis  -  48,200
50-2  Matthew Marafioti  -  37,700
50-3  Salomon Ponte  -  49,100
50-4  Mickele Martino  -  18,500
50-5  Brian Altman  -  45,500
50-6  George Caragiorgas  -  25,800
50-7  Ari Engel  -  68,100
50-8  Ivan Crnogorac  -  114,000
50-9  Christopher Clisby  -  93,500

52-1  Robert Logan Dunn  -  49,900
52-2  George James  -  96,000
52-3  Charles Alexandre Sylvestre  -  50,300
52-4  Jean-Pascal Savard  -  36,900
52-5  Rodney Lawrence  -  125,500
52-6  Jonathan Bardier  -  59,700
52-7  Jason Comtois  -  59,800
52-8  Ami Alibay  -  108,800
52-9  Nicola Basile  -  72,900

53-1  Levon Dedeyan  -  47,900
53-2  Etienne Leduc  -  93,500
53-3  James William Formby  -  66,500
53-4  Ping Lin  -  98,000
53-5  Babak Forozandeh  -  29,100
53-6  Levi Stevens  -  66,000
53-7  Joe Gualtieri  -  40,000
53-8  Sheraz Nasir  -  106,900
53-9  Kevin MacDonald  -  54,400

54-1  Jean-Philippe Matte  -  31,600
54-2  Samuel Bisrat Tsehai  -  100,000
54-3  Pascal Lefrancois  -  189,100
54-4  Todd Sisley  -  66,500
54-5  Jason Duval  -  188,400
54-6  Dejan Kovinic  -  35,700
54-7  Kyle Chang  -  90,000
54-8  Armando Pagliari  -  48,000
54-9  Guillaume Rivet  -  36,500

55-1  Mathieu Martin  -  82,800
55-2  Dean Murphy  -  24,500
55-3  Nicholas Naccarato  -  141,900
55-4  Dylan Wilkerson  -  33,200
55-5  Tam Ho  -  126,000
55-6  Jiachen Gong  -  39,500
55-7  Pierre-Marc Hache  -  70,600
55-8  Robert Taylor  -  36,600
55-9  Marc Katz  -  99,100

56-1  Louis Boutin  -  135,300
56-2  Kim Kilroy  -  12,200
56-3  Marc Etienne Mclaughlin  -  61,300
56-4  Daniel Leduc  -  103,500
56-5  Edmund John Campion  -  57,600
56-6  Doris Charlebois  -  107,800
56-7  Steven Buckner  -  49,000
56-8  Daniel Schreiber  -  121,000
56-9  Laurence Grondin  -  126,400

57-1  Jonathan Brassard  -  43,500
57-2  Elizabeth Bennett-Martin  -  40,000
57-3  Ryan Hall  -  42,200
57-4  Gary Lucci  -  89,900
57-5  Eric Levesque  -  69,900
57-6  Ki Joon Nam  -  92,600
57-7  Angelo Cusinato  -  174,200
57-8  Timothy Reilly  -  92,000
57-9  Jason James  -  48,100

58-1  Edward Emilio Jr. Sabat  -  66,100
58-2  Frederic Cossette  -  19,600
58-3  Jason Fernandes  -  43,300
58-4  Vlad Faubert  -  126,800
58-5  Noeung Troeung  -  41,300
58-6  Dave Graham  -  111,600
58-7  Xuan Liu  -  48,800
58-8  Ash Cheung  -  62,500
58-9

59-1  Glen Hammers  -  49,800
59-2  Jonathan Karamalikis  -  40,100
59-3  Thomas Taylor  -  26,900
59-4  Bill Germanis  -  59,500
59-5  William Molson  -  14,600
59-6  Kane Kalas  -  69,700
59-7  Matthew O'Brien  -  12,000
59-8  Jean-Philippe Piquette  -  13,900
59-9  Hugo Theotol  -  36,200

60-1  Nektarios Papadedes  -  31,800
60-2  Medhat Ramzy  -  24,800
60-3  Ryan Morrell  -  19,500
60-4  Shakeeb Kazemipur  -  32,100
60-5  Malcom Harold Fraser  -  70,300
60-6  Samuel Louis Gagnon  -  93,300
60-7  Eric Afriat  -  212,200
60-8  Michael Noor  -  45,400
60-9  Quyen Dao  -  40,300

61-1  Faizel Satchu  -  75,800
61-2  Michael Korovine  -  35,400
61-3  Thomas Lefort  -  72,600
61-4  Marco Lang  -  43,400
61-5  Kevin Lee Sharp  -  159,000
61-6  Daniel Gagnon  -  104,600
61-7  Robert Petronio  -  90,900
61-8  Siamak Soleimanian  -  21,900
61-9  Francois Billard  -  116,600

62-1  Kevin K Singh  -  187,700
62-2  Andrew Graham  -  84,900
62-3  Nicholas Palma  -  122,800
62-4  Senthuran Vijayaratnam  -  96,600
62-5  Geoffrey Hum  -  48,500
62-6  Arthur W  -  91,500
62-7  Mike Leah  -  265,300
62-8  Basil Laurin  -  120,600
62-9  Jean-Louis Cyr  -  129,400

63-1  Debra Ann Holman  -  27,800
63-2  Daniel Suied  -  8,100
63-3  Trevor Delaney  -  29,200
63-4  Marc Lacroix  -  66,900
63-5  Marvin Rettenmaier  -  134,700
63-6  Shaan Siddiqui  -  82,700
63-7  Charles La Boissonniere  -  70,900
63-8  Tim Ulmer  -  60,000
63-9

64-1  Yves Loiselle  -  42,400
64-2  Scott Montgomery  -  60,700
64-3  Ivan Mamuzic  -  59,400
64-4  Scott Shelvock  -  57,600
64-5  Jeffrey Dale Gross  -  103,800
64-6  Lucas Greenwood  -  113,100
64-7  Justin Rabba  -  150,700
64-8  Francois Goulet  -  92,000
64-9  Osman Soubra  -  47,000

65-1  Salvador Villaluz  -  30,200
65-2  Benoit Jean  -  59,400
65-3  Danny Lauzon  -  105,800
65-4  Michael Wang  -  82,300
65-5  Paul Theodore Klann  -  108,000
65-6  Bryon Springer  -  62,400
65-7  Darryll Scott Fish  -  130,200
65-8  Ratharam Sivagnanam  -  184,000
65-9  Tom Kim Tien  -  28,300

66-1  Lu Zhang  -  57,300
66-2  Omkar Deshmukh  -  54,500
66-3  Gregory Katayama  -  18,100
66-4  Christo Bassila  -  47,600
66-5  Griffin Benger  -  99,700
66-6  Matthew Bugley  -  20,100
66-7  Tyler Mocknowed Hurman  -  25,900
66-8  Richard G. Hunter  -  14,400
66-9  Danny Boyaci  -  86,200

Day 2 begins tomorrow (Sunday) at 12:00 noon ET, when the field is scheduled to play 10 one-hour levels.

The final 45 players will finish in the money, based on the following prizepool:

1st:  CAD $255,408*
2nd:  CAD $166,402
3rd:  CAD $106,820
4th:  CAD $79,130
5th:  CAD $59,340
6th:  CAD $47,470
7th:  CAD $39,560
8th:  CAD $31,650
9th:  CAD $23,730
10th-12th:  CAD $17,290
13th-15th:  CAD $14,130
16th-18th:  CAD $12,090
19th-21st:  CAD $10,620
22nd-24th:  CAD $9,490
25th-27th:  CAD $8,360
28th-36th:  CAD $7,340
37th-45th:  CAD $6,330

* First prize amount includes a $15,400 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship.

Note that while these numbers are in Canadian currency, the numbers on the chip count page and in the margins of the live updates are in U.S. currency for statistical consistency with all other WPT events.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
12:35 AM, 05/03/15

Eric Afriat Leads the 102 Survivors From Day 1B

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Eric Afriat
The partypoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship resumed on Saturday with 234 players taking to the felt on Day 1B -- creating a total field size of 370 entries. After 10 levels of play, 102 survived the day and will return on Sunday to join the 50 Day 1A surviors.

Leading the Day 1B batch is Champions Club member Eric Afriat (pictured above) with 212,200. Also bagging big stacks were Jason Duval (188,400), partypoker qualifer Kevin Singh (187,700), Kevin Lee Sharp (159,000), Justin Rabba (150,700), Champions Club member Marvin Rettenmaier (134,700), Darryll Fish (130,200), and Laurence Grondin (126,400). Others who finished further down the leaderboard include Jeff Gross (103,300), Griffin Benger (99,700), partypoker qualifer Michael Stone (84,100), John Krpan (75,000), partypoker qualifers James Formby (66,500), Ashley Cheung (62,500), Byron Springer (62,500), and Edmund Campion (57,600),  Champions Club member Brian Altman (45,500), partypoker qualifers Richard Hunter (14,400) and Kim Kilroy (12,200), and Danny Suied (8,100).

Among those who failed to reach Day 2 are WPT commentator Mike Season, Jonathan Duhamel, Sam Chartier, and Champions Club members Amir Babakhani, Matt Salsberg, Jonathan Jaffe, Chanracy Khun, and Aaron Mermelstein.

Day 1B is scheduled to start tomorrow (Sunday) at 12:00 noon ET, so be sure to return to WPT.com for updates on all of the action.

Sorted In: Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker, Season XI, Featured Blog
11:11 PM, 05/02/15

Official Prizepool: CAD $1,148,480

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

The official numbers have been released, and the field of 370 entries has created a total prizepool worth CAD $1,148,480. The final 45 players will finish in the money, and first prize is worth CAD $255,408.

Note that while these numbers are in Canadian currency, the numbers on the chip count page and in the margins of the live updates are in U.S. currency for statistical consistency with all other WPT events.

1st:  CAD $255,408*
2nd:  CAD $166,402
3rd:  CAD $106,820
4th:  CAD $79,130
5th:  CAD $59,340
6th:  CAD $47,470
7th:  CAD $39,560
8th:  CAD $31,650
9th:  CAD $23,730
10th-12th:  CAD $17,290
13th-15th:  CAD $14,130
16th-18th:  CAD $12,090
19th-21st:  CAD $10,620
22nd-24th:  CAD $9,490
25th-27th:  CAD $8,360
28th-36th:  CAD $7,340
37th-45th:  CAD $6,330

* First prize amount includes a $15,400 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:40 PM, 05/02/15

Jason Duval Nears 200K

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

A player in middle position shoves and Jason Duval calls from the next seat over with QclubQdiamond, leading his opponent's Aspade6club.

The board runs out Qspade9heart4heart7club5heart, giving Duval a set of queens to eliminate his opponent.

Jason Duval - 195,000 (195 bb) 

Sorted In: Jason Duval, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:37 PM, 05/02/15

Jonathan Duhamel Eliminated by Kevin Lee Sharp

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

The player under-the-gun raises to 2,200 and is called by a player in middle position. Jonathan Duhamel moves all in from the hijack for his last 12,400 and is called by Kevin Lee Sharp out of the small blind. 

The other two players get out of the way and Duhamel is flipping for his tournament life. Duhamel shows AdiamondQheart and is up against Sharp's JdiamondJheart. The board runs out 8diamond7heart5heart2club10diamond and Duhamel is eliminated on his second bullet in this event. 

Kevin Lee Sharp - 143,000
Jonathan Duhamel - Eliminated

Sorted In: Jonathan Duhamel, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:20 PM, 05/02/15

Darryll Fish Takes One Out

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Picking up the action after the river of a 7spade6diamond5heart10clubAspade board with roughly 60,000 in the pot, Darryll Fish is in the tank and facing a decision for 22,800 after his opponent shoves, After about two minutes, Fish calls.

His opponent turns over 9heart9club for a pair of nines, but Fish tables AclubQclub for a pair of aces to win the pot and eliminate his opponent.

Darryll Fish - 125,000 (125 bb)

Sorted In: Darryll Fish, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:18 PM, 05/02/15

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Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Melissa Castello, PartyPoker, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:09 PM, 05/02/15

Griffin Benger Makes a Good Fold

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

On a flop of 9spade4heart2spade, Griffin Benger bets 4,400 from early position and Nicola Basile raises to 14,400 on the button, which sends Benger into the tank.

"What do you got?" asked Benger.

"You want me to show?" replied his opponent. "(If) You fold, I show." 

 Benger calls and the dealer peels off the 10club on the turn. Benger checks and Basile hesitates for a moment before moving all in, which puts Benger back into the tank. 

"At least you said you were going to show," said Benger. 

"I'm not going to show you now," replied Basile. "You didn't listen to me. What do you got? Kings?"

Benger takes another minute in the tank and then mucks his hand and Basile gets pushed the pot. 

"I had something very close to that," said Benger. "Show one time for the fans." 

Basile shows after some encouragement from Benger and tables 4spade4club, good for a set. 

"I folded jacks," replied Benger. 

"I was trying to be nice," said Basile. "You weren't listening." 

Nicola Basile - 67,000
Griffin Benger - 32,000
 

Sorted In: Griffin Benger, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:03 PM, 05/02/15

Level 10 Begins (115 Day 1B Players Left)

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

PartyPoker WPT Player Punchout
Photo: The partypoker lounge was cleared out earlier this evening for the partypoker Player Punchout.

Level 9 comes to an end, and Level 10 begins with increased blinds of 500-1,000 and a 100 ante. Play continues without a break.

There are 115 players remaining from a Day 1B field of 234, with an average chip stack around 61,000 (61 big blinds). Registration is now closed, and when the official numbers are released, they will be posted here.

Action will continue tonight until the end of this level, around 10:40 pm.

Sorted In: Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
10:02 PM, 05/02/15

Suied Slips

Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante

Danny Suied raises to 2,000 from under the gun and a player in middle position calls.

The flop is Aheart9diamond2spade, Suied continues for 2,500, and his opponent calls. Both players check the Aclub turn, the 4club river completes the board, and Suied checks to his opponent who bets 3,000.

Suied calls, but mucks when his opponent tables Adiamond8diamond for trip aces.

Danny Suied - 13,000 (13 bb)

Sorted In: Danny Suied, Season XIV, PartyPoker WPT Canadian Spring Championship, Playground Poker
09:57 PM, 05/02/15

 

CHIPCOUNT

NameChips
1
Mike Leah 265,300 
2
Rene Bourbeau 249,100 
3
Eric Afriat 212,200 
4
Pascal Lefrancois 189,100 
5
Jason Duval 188,400 
6
Kevin Singh 187,700 

Average Chip Count: 73,026
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Summary

Current Level:

Countdown to Day 2

Players Remaining:

152 of 370

Time Remaining:

Payout Structure

Place Prize
1 $218,297
2 $142,224
3 $91,299
4 $67,632
5 $50,717
6 $40,573
7 $33,812
8 $27,051
9 $20,282
10 - 12 $14,778
13 - 15 $12,077
16 - 18 $10,333
19 - 21 $9,077
22 - 24 $8,111
25 - 27 $7,145
28 - 36 $6,274
37 - 45 $5,410

Blind Structure

Level Blinds Ante
1 50-100 0
2 75-150 0
3 75-150 25
4 100-200 25
5 150-300 50
6 200-400 50
7 250-500 75
8 300-600 75
9 400-800 100
10 500-1,000 100
11 600-1,200 200
12 800-1,600 200
13 1,000-2,000 300
14 1,200-2,400 400
15 1,500-3,000 500
16 2,000-4,000 500
17 2,500-5,000 500
18 3,000-6,000 1,000
19 4,000-8,000 1,000
20 5,000-10,000 1,000
21 6,000-12,000 2,000
22 8,000-16,000 2,000
23 10,000-20,000 3,000
24 12,000-24,000 4,000
25 15,000-30,000 5,000
26 20,000-40,000 5,000
27 25,000-50,000 5,000
28 30,000-60,000 10,000
29 40,000-80,000 10,000
30 50,000-100,000 15,000
31 60,000-120,000 20,000
32 75,000-150,000 25,000
33 100,000-200,000 25,000
34 125,000-250,000 25,000
35 150,000-300,000 50,000
36 200,000-400,000 50,000
37 250,000-500,000 50,000
38 300,000-600,000 75,000
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