WPT Montreal Day 1c – Seibert Leads Days Counts

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We are now past the opening Day flights of the World Poker Tour Montreal after Day 1c was played out last night. There were 339 players that tried one last time to advance into Day 2 but come the end of the day, only 138 of them could manage that achievement.

Leading those 138 is Sylvain Siebert after he accrued a healthy chip count of 230,500 to put himself among the front runners in this event. Other notable names that have done enough to see them through Day 1c and into Day 2 with the other survivors included Shannon Shorr, Gavin Smith, Jason Koon, Dan Heimiller and Noah Schwartz.

Some players have fired one shot in this event, others two and some have even tried three times to get through, yet on Day 1c there were still plenty of eliminations meaning that players have now run out of chances. Among those eliminations were Andy Frankenberger, Jared Jaffee, Matt Gianetti, Liv Boeree, Ebony Kenney, Marvin Rettenmaier and Faraz Jaka.

For those that failed, they will be looking for pastures new but for those that made it through, they have Day 2 to look forward to tonight. There will be 357 of them starting but just how many of them will be left when the day finishes? You will have to come visit us tomorrow to find out!

The Current Top Ten

1st) Sylvain Siebert – 230,500

2nd) Patrick Braga – 222,000

3rd) Lily Kiletto – 196,400

4th) Michael Spano – 192,000

5th) Peter Kammerlin – 179,600

6th) Franco Sicondolfi – 173,900

7th) Theodore Doukas – 172,700

8th) David Paredes – 160,900

9th) Pascal Lefrancois – 142,000

10th) Scott Baumstein – 112,100