It ended up being Jonathan Roy who won the biggest ever WPT event held in Canada (and one of the biggest in WPT history): the 2012 WPT Montreal main event. Roy outlasted a massive field of 1,173 players and defeated Pascal Lefrancois heads-up for the title and the first place prize of $779,710 ($3,387,930 prize pool).
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Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Wow, Pascal was in front, although by a short difference, a single hand, with a low pocket pair, turned everything upside down with a big difference and the very next hand already wouldn't change anything even if he happened to win, because he already hadn't enough for the BB. Even if he won that hand, the difference in terms of chips would continue to be very big, which would obbly him to have to win several hands in a row always with all in just to see if he would get to a point of relief again and starting again to play nomrally against his opponent. But that didn't happened.
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 37 (M)
these canadian players are very fucking they can dominate the oline and tbm they earn a lot in the live of the life to them that they know that the others do not know play a very different and profitable poker parabens