Event #15 - H.O.R.S.E. ($1500)
862 players participated in this tournament. Despite the fine performance of the Canadian Mark Klecan, who finished in ninth place is American Tom Scheider, who won this tournament and the $258,960.
For Tom Schneider, it was his 29th career award in a tournament of the WSOP and a 3rd strap! It now brings the total of his earnings to 1,179,073$.
Event #16 - tournament heads up ($10,000)
This tournament interested us as Marc-André Ladouceur was in a good position after the 1st day of game. Unfortunately for him, his race is stopped in 16th place for a purse of $ 26,237. The tournament was eventually won by Mark Radoja who pockets $ 336,190.
In the top 10 of the tournament, there are several big names and many of the best poker players in the world including Ben Sulsky 4th for $ 110,485, Randy Lew in 6th place for a purse of $ 54,024 and Phil Galfond at the 9th for a purse of $ 26,237.
Event #17 - Hold'em no limit ($1500)
This popular tournament attracted 2105 player and after 2 days of play, there are still 15 players. The tournament is currently dominated by David 'Bakes' Baker with its 1,384,000 tokens.
The tournament should resume and ended today. The winner will win a prize of $ 518,755.
When the action resumes today, the blinds will be at 50K / 100K with antes to 1 K.
Event #18 - Hold'em no limit ($1000)
Another popular tournament, the tournament of Hold'em no limit on $ 1000 which received 2071 entries.
Some Quebecers are enrolled, but unfortunately, none aspire to the bracelet. For the moment, there are still 163 players remaining in the tournament which is dominated by Chad Eveslage and its 134,000 tokens.
The tournament is scheduled to end tomorrow, day where you will experience the winner of bracelet and the $ 340,260 accompanying.
Event #19-Pot Limit Hold'em ($5000)
195 players took part in this event of PLHE. Yet again, some Quebecers took part in this tournament, but at the time of this writing, all are already out.
Dimitar Danchev is currently the leader with his 106.300 chips! Still 77 players are in the race and aspire to the title and $ 224,560 for this tournament.
To watch today: the beginning of a $ 1500 Omaha Hi-Lo tournament. We'll look to this tournament to know how many Quebecers are part.
To report the presence or performance of a Quebecker to the 2013 WSOP, you will still be able to do it using our forums: WSOP 2013: Mark Radoja won the $ 10,000 heads-up tournament