Last Six WPT Montreal Championship Final Table Players Fighting for $319,217 Top Prize

Last Updated on May 22, 2024 Author:Adrian Sterne
WPT Montreal Championship


  • The World Poker Tour Montreal Championship in Canada is coming to a close end. 
  • The last six players at the Final Table with a top prize of $319,217 have been announced. 
  • The event originally drew 882 entrants for a prize pool of $2,071,642.

The last six players standing in the World Poker Tour (WPT) Montreal Championship in Canada have been officially announced.

The event initially drew in 882 participants eager to give their best for the $2,071,642 prize pool. The winner at the final table will take home a top prize of $319,217.

The WPT Montreal festival which started on May 9 and will end on May 22 also featured WPT Prime Montreal. 

The WPT Prime Montreal final table is headlined by WPT ambassador and poker vlogger Brad Owen

Moldovian Dan Stavila will be seated at both final tables in an attempt to win back-to-back televised events in Montreal.

Final Table Rundown for the WPT Montreal Championship 

The structure of the final table was initiated with the elimination of Nektarios Papadede in the seventh position on Day 3 after he ran jacks into kings with Tommy Nguyen

The latter came in second in chips and he is currently preparing for another big score after he scooped up the 2018 World Series of Poker Monster Stack title and took home $1,037,451.

The final table will also host fellow Canadian Tamer Alkamli and Dongwoo Ko

The 23-year-old Korean who lives in Canada was the tournament chip leader for three consecutive days. 

He is guaranteed to best his previous largest score of $51,414 and could be possibly looking at a win that is six times higher if he grabs the $319,217 up top.

The final table will be rounded up by Charles Kassin from New York and Rayan Chamas from Quebec.

Chamas is interested in grabbing the WPT title after finishing runner-up in 2023’s WPT Seminole Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open when he scooped up $600,000.

The final table will be streamed live on a 30-minute delay. Action will kick off on the WPT YouTube channel on May 22 starting 4:30 p.m.

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