Robert Rose Leads the Starting Main Event on WPT Montreal 2017

The end of the week saw the begin of the WPT Montreal 2017 Montreal Main Event at the Playground Poker Club, a CAD $3,850 competition with an ensured prize pool of CAD $2 million. Competition coordinators are wanting to coordinate the fervor of a year ago’s WPT Montreal 2017, which saw Poker Hall of Famer and incredible WPT Montreal 2017 broadcaster Mike Sexton at last win his first World Poker Tour title. Sexton is back this year – no longer behind the mic – and endured Day 1C subsequent to busting at the last part of Day 1B. The chip pioneer of Day 1C and the general pioneer of the occasion going into Monday’s activity is Robert Rose with 300,600 chips.

As is obvious by the opening section, this is a reentry occasion, however re-passages were not confined to just the individuals who lost the greater part of their chips. Indeed, even the individuals who completed a beginning flight with chips could re-enter in a resulting flight on the off chance that they weren’t happy with their consummation stack. When enrollment shut for Day 1C, however, that was it; there was no reentry preceding Day 2 (nor could different passages be made for a solitary beginning flight).

A sum of 606 sections were paid for the WPT Montreal 2017 Main Event, with Day 1C, obviously being the biggest, representing quite recently the greater part the aggregate purchase ins. The prize pool simply beat the certification, coming in at CAD $2.057 million. 76 players will profit, with the victor making CAD $403,570.

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Rose set his hang on the best spot similarly as Day 1C was going to end when Chrishan Sivasundaram moved in with no reservations over the highest point of his pre-flounder raise for 25,500 chips. Rose called with two red Nines, up against the K-Q of Sivasundaram. Nothing over an Eight arrived on the board and Sivasundaram was disposed of while Rose took his stack to about 300,000, including more in the last couple of hands.

2017 World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event – Day 1A Chip Leaders

1. Conray Watson – 229,000
2. Marc-Olivier Tanguay – 215,000
3. Darren Keyes – 208,300
4. Fabrice Pastor – 201,000
5. Andrew Dick – 161,400
6. Marc-Andre Ladouceur – 136,000
7. Joe Tehan – 126,100
8. Yannick Gauthier – 123,800
9. Joe Godbout – 111,700
10. Christian Harder – 110,000

2017 World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event – Day 1B Chip Leaders

1. Noeung Troeung – 280,900
2. Brian Altman – 239,700
3. Asher Conniff – 210,800
4. Yu Gao – 183,600
5. Tony Dunst – 155,600
6. Scott Plummer – 155,100
7. Shane Currey – 152,800
8. Mike Leah – 146,300
9. Danny Boyaci – 143,000
10. Duff Charette – 123,300

2017 World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event – Day 1C Chip Leaders

1. Robert Rose – 300,600
2. Michael Mizrachi – 246,900
3. Grigoriy Shvarts – 216,200
4. Ari Engel – 196,600
5. Brady Hinnegan – 178,200
6. Shaan Siddiqui – 174,900
7. Jonathan Marrie – 174,100
8. Matthew Sherman – 166,200
9. Maxime Heroux – 165,900
10. Graham Ivany – 160,000

2017 World Poker Tour Montreal Main Event – Overall Day 1 Chip Leaders

1. Robert Rose – 300,600
2. Noeung Troeung – 280,900
3. Michael Mizrachi – 246,900
4. Brian Altman – 239,700
5. Conray Watson – 229,000
6. Grigoriy Shvarts – 216,200
7. Marc-Olivier Tanguay – 215,000
8. Asher Conniff – 210,800
9. Darren Keyes – 208,300
10. Fabrice Pastor – 201,000

 

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