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Partouche Poker Tour Cannes 2011 Final Table Determined

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/18/2011
Partouche Poker Tour Cannes 2011 Final Table

The Partouche Poker Tour Cannes 2011 final table has been set with Great Britain’s Sam Trickett leading the way.

Play will resume on November 12.

570 players entered the event held at the Casino Palm Beach in Cannes, France.  The Partouche Poker Tour Cannes was a  €8,500 buy-in main event and now only nine remain.

The grand prize will be $1,379,699.

Here are the final nine and their chip counts:

1.    Sam Trickett 2,605,000

2. Alexandre Coussy 2,473,000

3. Salman Behbehani 2,446,000

4. Mads Wissing 2,144,000

5. Mustapha Kanit 2,047,000
6. Roger Hairabedian 1,890,000

7. Oleksii Kovalchuk 1,626,000

8. Ilan Boujenah 1,241,000

9. Alexander Dovzhenko 944,000

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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