Jeff Gross, top 6 after each and every day, will he be able to keep his good run all the way to a WPT title?
Gavin Smith, aiming for his 2nd WPT title.
Amanda Musumeci, out in 14th after an unlucky river. But with another deep run she has proven to be one of the top players in the game.
Jeff Gross have had an impressive tournament. After the two starting days he held 4th place in the chip count, after day 2 he was the chip leader and now he is among the final 6 sitting in 2nd place with only just under 2 big blinds behind the chip leader Sylvain Siebert.
This is the first WPT final table for 5 of the players, the only one with WPT final table experience is Gavin Smith. This is not only Smith's fifth final table, he also have a title and are now aiming for title number two. He has some work to do though since he is sitting with the shortest stack with just over 10 bb.
Last woman in the field was Amanda Musumeci and she had a nice shot at reaching the final table. She got all her chips in the middle sitting on the button after a battle pre flop against Sylvain Siebert in the big blind. The pot was over 4 million and Musumeci held AK against Siebert's 105 suited. The board ran out 887 J 9 to give Siebert a straight and Musumeci was out in 14th place.
We will probably see more of Amanda Musumeci in the future, she have had an impressive year with many deep runs. In October she won a WSOP Circuit event in a field of 260 players and earlier this year in WSOP Event 9 with 3.404 players she got 2nd for a $481.643 pay day.
The final table table will start at 4 pm ET and worldpokertour.com will have a live stream of the final table with a 30 minutes delay starting at 4.30 pm ET.
Final table chip counts:
1. Sylvain Siebert 8,850,000
2. Jeff Gross 8,650,000
3. Jonathan Roy 7,480,000
4. Pascal Lefrancois 6,065,000
5. Peter Kaemmerlen 2,405,000
6. Gavin Smith 1,605,000
We will be back with the final results from WPT Montreal tomorrow.