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More Eliminations Coming In

Among those to join the list of today's casualties were Joao Simao, Scott Margereson, Vladimir Troyanovskiy and Claas Segebrecht. Freddy Deeb had been nursing a short stack for quite some time and ran out of chips as well.

Some Recovery from Deeb

Michel Pereira Marques was moved as next player in the big blind and Freddy Deeb was quite happy about that. "Can you believe that? They moved him away.

Deeb Folds Aces

Poker legend Freddy Deeb is among those to take a seat on Day 1a of the PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo. In a blind battle, Deed held and bet 3,500 on a board.

Former Champion Steve O'Dwyer Eliminated

In Season 9 Steve O'Dwyer took down the EPT Grand Final in Monaco for €1.2 million, but this year he's among the first to hit the rail.

Deeb is Done

Freddy Deeb was under the gun when he pushed all in with his short stack.

Harpreet Gill is Holding the Most Chips as Day 3 Gets Set

Just 63 players remain as players get set for Day 3 of 2015 WPT Montreal here at Playground Poker Club. The blind levels increase to 90 minutes in length today as the players start getting deeper into the money.

Two Pairs for Gualtieri!

Cate Hall was in the cutoff seat and raised to 12,000. Joe Gualtieri was on the button an pushed all in for his last 40,000. Not wanting to miss the big pot, David Quang called from the small blind, and then Freddy Deeb went in the tank.

The Final Starting Flight Ready for Takeoff

World Poker Tour is ready to fire Day 1c, the final starting day in its third Canadian event of 2015. WPT Montreal is hosted by Playground Poker Club in Kahnawake, Quebec, just across the St.

Picking Away at Deeb's Big Stack

The board was at the turn with on the table and Freddy Deeb bet 6,000, getting a call from his one opponent. The turn was the and Deeb fired again, this time for 9,000. His opponent took little time pushing all in for 30,300.

Deeb Gets Pushed Out

The player under the gun raised to 1,200 and Freddy Deeb responded with a three-bet to 5,200, which his opponent called. The dealer burned a card and flopped . Both players checked and the dealer turned over the .

Deeb Takes out Taylor

On the turn with the board reading , Thomas Taylor checked to Freddy Deeb who threw in a bet of 3,000. Taylor called and the dealer put down a river of .

Leah and Deeb Go to Showdown

On a flop of , Mike Leah checked, Chris Swaminathan checked, and Freddy Deeb bet 1,600. Leah called but Swaminathan folded. The turn was the and both Leah and Deeb checked to see the river of . Leah checked and Deeb checked behind.

Cheong Calls It Off

We found Joseph Cheong all in on the river on a board of . His opponent was doubling Cheong up for his last 12,800, as "subiime" had shown down for sevens and fives.

Kenney's Up There Again

We caught the action on the flop when Freddy Deeb bet 18,000 and Bryn Kenney called. On the turn the hit and Deeb checked to Kenney who fired out 28,000. Deeb made the call and on the river the hit.

Eights for Kanit

Mustapha Kanit raised to 8,000 in early position, Freddy Deeb three-bet to 24,000 in position, and Kanit made the call. The dealer fanned , both players checked, and the turn was the .

Patel Falls to Deeb

Hiren Patel was all in for about 26,000 with against Freddy Deeb's . The board ran out , no help to Patel, securing the pot for Deeb.

Stout Out

Matt Stout moved all in for 13,300 on the button, and Freddy Deeb looked him up in the big blind. Stout: Deeb: Deeb's dominant ace held up as the board ran out , and Stout was eliminated. Deeb chipped up to 67,400.

Deeb Doubles, Still Short

Freddy Deeb doubled to 3,700 but is still incredibly short.

Fours Good Enough For Mercier

Jason Mercier opened with a raise and Freddy Deeb called from the cutoff. Randy Ohel tagged along from the big blind and the three went to the draw. Mercier drew three cards while his opponents each took two.

Small One for Deeb

Two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Freddy Deeb is still alive and thriving in today's event. Deeb won his first WSOP bracelet back in 1996 when he bested the field in a $5,000 2-7 Draw event.