WPT History Books: Jonathan Roy

Nov 4, 2014

1382 Jonathan Roy World Poker Tour Champions Club member Jonathan Roy won the inaugural WPT Montreal during Season XI, topping a field of 1,173 players to capture the top prize worth $784,101. He went on from that win to cash multiple times during Season XI and he challenged for WPT Season XI Player of the Year honors.

He finished in second place in the POY standings, racking up 2,400 points behind the 2,575 of winner Matt Salsberg. Roy gave Salsberg quite a sweat though because he finished in third place at the season-ending WPT World Championship. That cash was his second WPT final table and sixth overall on the tour.

Roy has played in 17 WPT events and cashed in 35.3 percent of them, which is pretty insane. He holds $1,269,550 in career earnings on the tour. Here is a look at his WPT results.

Season IX: L.A. Poker Classic – 45th Place ($32,030)
Season X: WPT Prague – 48th Place ($9,692)
Season XI; WPT Malta – 9th Place ($14,295)
Season XI: WPT Montreal – Champion ($784,101)
Season XI: Borgata Winter Poker Open – 80th Place ($7,632)
Season XI; World Championship – 3rd Place ($421,800)

WPT Career Earnings – $1,269,550 (101st all-time)

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