WPT Montreal Final Table Set: Sylvain Seibert Leads, Gavin Smith Short Stack

At roughly 11pm last night, poker player Serge Cantin busted out of WPT Montreal in seventh place thus cementing the final six players who would make up the WPT televised final table at Playground Poker Club just outside Montreal. He received $86,055 for his efforts. The six players who will convene this afternoon at 4pm…

Matt Clark
Nov 27, 2012

At roughly 11pm last night, poker player Serge Cantin busted out of WPT Montreal in seventh place thus cementing the final six players who would make up the WPT televised final table at Club de póquer en el patio de recreo just outside Montreal. He received $86,055 for his efforts.

The six players who will convene this afternoon at 4pm ET will all earn more than that but, more importantly, all still have the chance to be the next name engraved on the WPT Champions Cup. And here are those six players by seat number with their chip counts:

Asiento 1. Jonathan Roy – 7,480,000 (62 bb)
Seat 2. Pascal Lefrancois – 6,065,000 (50 bb)
Seat 3. Jeff Gross – 8,650,000 (72 bb)
Seat 4. Gavin Smith – 1,605,000 (13 bb)
Seat 5. Peter Kaemmerlen – 2,405,000 (20 bb)
Seat 6. Sylvain Siebert – 8,850,000 (73 bb)

After 3 days and almost 31 levels of poker (there will be 23 minutes left in Level 31 and the blinds will 60,000-120,000 and a 20,000 ante when the final table gets underway), there’s still plenty of poker left to play and is, therefore, anyone’s tournament to take down at this point.

The WPT Final Table begins today at 4:00 pm ET, and the Transmisión en vivo de WPT will be on a 30-minute delay starting at 4:30 pm ET. The WPT Live Stream includes hole cards and expert commentary from WPT Raw Deal Analyst Tony Dunst, along with Mike “Timex” McDonald. And if you aren’t watching the WPT Live Stream, you can catch all the action right here in the Actualizaciones en vivo de WPT.