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We thought there would maybe, possibly be a chance to burst the money bubble during Day 2 of the World Poker Tour (WPT) Montreal Main Event, but we certainly didn’t expect it to be obliterated like it was.
357 runners started Monday’s action after surviving one of the three Day 1 flights and in the end, just 59 remained, easily breaking into the ranks of the payouts, which went down to 99th place.
Ludovic Lacay is the chip leader entering Tuesday’s Day 3 with 1,261,000 chips.
After Lacay, there are four more players with over a million chips: Marco Cannizzaro (1,170,000), Jerry Wong (1,160,000), Jonathan Little (1,053,000), and David Barter (1,014,000). Ludovic Lacay is no stranger to success on the live tournament circuit.
His most significant score came Last fall, when he won the European Poker Tour (EPT) San Remo Main Event, good for €744,910 ($961,807).
He has made two final tables at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), including a fourth place finish in the 2010 $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship for over a quarter million dollars.
He also has two final table appearances on the World Poker Tour, the first in 2007 when he placed second in the WPT Spanish Championship for €295,200 ($414,747), the second in 2009 when he finished third in the WPT Marrakech Main Event for €164,789 ($242,833).
With fewer than expected players remaining, it should go rather quickly, as play will stop when 18 participants remain.