Day 1 Completed
|Prize Pool||4,000 CAD|
Day 1 Completed
Dave Jeanneau-Cyr is the winner of Event #15: No-Limit Crazy Pineapple. He outlasted a field of 86 players to win CAD $2,162 and his second World Cup of Cards (WCC) Trophy. Two days ago he won the Dealer's Choice Tournament for CAD $2,032. He is the only player to win two tournaments so far in the WCC after beating Hrair Yaoudjian heads up.
The two played heads up for a relatively short amount of time, and eventually got all in when Yapoudjian turned two pair and snap-called Jeanneau-Cyr's shove. Jeanneau-Cyr had flopped aces up and would win the tournament when the river didn't improve Yapoudjian.
|4||Jean Francois Smith||965|
The tournament paid nine players. Devon Graves finished in ninth place shortly after the final table began. He got all in against Jean Francois Smith with tens against jacks and couldn't catch up.
Eric Lacombe was next to go when he got all in against Rodney Hollett with an open-ended straight draw. Hollett had pocket kings and eliminated Lacombe when he bricked the turn and river.
Then Hollett was eliminated by Hrair Yapoudjian when he called off with a flush draw and missed. Joey Boczek finished in sixth when he missed a draw against Smith.
The tournament played five-handed for a little until finally, Francesco Ciarallo flopped top pair, but couldn't dodge a flush draw against, the eventual winner Jeanneau-Cyr.
Then Jeanneau-Cyr also knocked out Smith in fourth place with pocket nines against ace, king. Yapoudjian would eliminate Anatoly Zharnitsky in third place to even out the stacks before eventually losing to Jeanneau-Cyr heads up.
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Hrair Yapoudjian was eliminated in second place when he turned two pair against a flopped two pair.
The action started when Dave Jeanneau-Cyr opened preflop to 130,000 and Yapoudjian called. The flop came and Yapoudjian checked. Jeanneau-Cyr bet 110,000 and Yapoudjian called.
The turn was the and Yapoudjian checked again. Jeanneau-Cyr shoved all in and Yapoudjian snap-called.
"Oh no," Jeanneau said, thinking he was beaten.
He saw Yaoudjian's two pair, , and immediately apologized and turned over a better two pair, .
The river was the and Yapoudjian would finish second and take home CAD $1,650.
Jean Francois Smith was eliminated by Dave Jeanneau-Cyr after the two got all in preflop. The flop came and Jeanneau-Cyr showed against the of Smith.
The turn was the and the river was the and Smith was eliminated.
Anatoly Zharnitsky was next to go, he was eliminated by Hrair Yapoudjian. The two got all in preflop and the flop came . After the discard, Yapoudjian showed a straight with against the of Zharnitsky.
The turn was the and the river was the , giving Zharnitsky a brief sweat with a club draw, but ultimately closing the door on his run in this tournament. He took home $1,260 for his third place finish.
|Jean Francois Smith||Busted|
Francesco Ciarallo was eliminated in fifth place when he got all in against Dave Jeanneau-Cyr.
The flop was and the players discarded and turned over their hands. Jeanneau-Cyr had for a flush draw and Ciarallo had for a pair of aces. The turn was the and the river was the , which completed the flush and eliminated Ciarallo.
Rodney Hollett was eliminated by Hrair Yapoudjian when Yapoudjian raised from the small blind and Hollett called.
The flop was ten-high with two diamonds and Yapoudjian shoved on the short stack. Hollett called with a flush draw and couldn't get there against the top pair of Yapoudjian.
Joey Boczek was eliminated by Jean Francois Smith after Boczek shoved all in for about 74,000 and Smith reshoved for 148,000. The remaining players folded and Boczek was at risk. The flop came and Boczek said he threw away a jack, keeping against the of Smith.
The turn was the and the river was the and Boczek was eliminated. His sixt place finish will move him up the overall tournament leaderboard. He is currently sitting in third place behind Charles La Boissonniere and Jason Conforti.
Two of the short stacks doubled up before the break.
- Rodney Hollett three-bet shoved over a Hrair Yapoudjian preflop raise. The flop came and both players discarded. Yapoudjian showed first, , and Hollett showed second, . Hollett doubled up after both players flopped a flush.
- Dave Jeanneau-Cyr doubled through Jean Francois Smith when he flopped a set of jacks against the of Smith. Smith didn't catch and ace and Jeanneau-Cyr earned the double up.
|Jean Francois Smith||250,000|
Eric Lacombe got all in against Rodney Hollett preflop. The flop came and the players discarded. After the discard, Lacombe was at risk holding against the of Hollett.
Lacombe couldn't complete his straight and was eliminated in eighth place, taking home $330.
|Jean Francois Smith||250,000||-70,000|