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Full Tilt Poker Montreal Festival Main Event 2013 Final Table Determined

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Oct/03/2013
Full Tilt Poker Montreal Festival Main Event 2013 Final Table Determined

Day 4 of the Full Tilt Poker Montreal Festival Main Event saw 25 players return and in just six hours the final table of nine was found.

The unfortunate player to bubble the final table was Jeremie Trepanier. Trepanier took the defeat with a smile and left the tournament in an agonizing 10th place (C$21,121).

Vineet Pahuja started the day as chip leader and will be table captain going into the final day. He is keen to be the one to take the C$260,581 first-place prize home, but he will have some tough competition on his hands.

This is what the final table looks like:

  • Roger Lamia – 3,380,000
  • Vineet Pahuja – 10,910,000
  • Colin Piche – 3,080,000
  • Zheng-yi Xie – 1,565,000
  • Henri Balcazar – 3,480,000
  • Bill Kontaratos – 6,715,000
  • Guillaume Rivet – 4,865,000
  • Michael Linster – 6,765,000
  • Eric Despres – 7,985,000

Play kicks off at 13:00 ET and you can follow all the action on the Full Tilt Poker live stream until a champion is crowned.

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