The World Poker Tour Montreal is now heading into the last day’s action as Day 4 whittled the remaining 18 players down to the final six that will battle it out on the official final table later tonight.
Leading those six will be the same player that was leading at the start of Day 4 in Sylvain Siebert who now has a chip count of 8,435,000. This has him ahead of the likes of Serge Cantin on 6,960,000, Mukul Pahuja on 5,945,000 and Alexandre Lavigne with 2,150,000. The short stack on the table is Lily Kiletto on 370,000, but according to her tweets she is just happy to have made it this far.
I just barely made the final table with 370k "turtle food size chips" but the old saying is a chip & a chair! #wptmontreal2013
— Lily Maylia Kiletto (@LilyKiletto) December 5, 2013
We had twelve eliminations on Day 4 with the most recognisable of those being the likes of Ludovic Lacay, Amir Babakhani, Griffen Benger, David Paredes and Jonathan Little. They will all be happy enough to have made decent cash outs though and will now be looking ahead to their next events.
Out 9eme. TJ sur T63sssJ allin vs KK with spade. Didn’t hold. Thanks for support and thanks to the Playground. Amazing tournament.
— Ludovic Lacay (@Cutsybaby) December 4, 2013
Out in 17th for $26000. I got no cards and no spots. Prague ept is next for me.
— Jonathan Little (@JonathanLittle) December 4, 2013
The Final Table Seating And Chip Counts
St 1) Serge Cantin – 6,960,000
St 2) Mukul Pahuja – 5,945,000
St 3) Derrick Rosenbarger – 1,985,000
St 4) Alexandre Lavigne – 2,150,000
St 5) Lily Kiletto – 370,000
St 6) Sylvain Siebert – 8,435,000
Day 5 will get underway at the same time today with those six remaining players charged with fighting their way up the pay rankings and possibly winning the WPT Montreal title. Below are the remaining prize pool information and what the players will be fighting it out for.
What They Will Play For