3 Canadians Remain, WSOP Main Event Plays to Final 9 Today

Jason Mann, Marc McLaughlin, Alexander Livingston, Canadians WSOP main event

Over a week ago, the 2013 World Series of Poker $10,000 Main Event began with 6,352 players and today, they play down to the final 9.

Day 6 saw 68 players return to action, but after five two-hours levels of play, only 27 return today to fight for a spot in this year’s November Nine.

Last Canadians Standing

in the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event

Canadian PlayerChip CountPositionCity
Jason Mann7.5 million9thBurnaby BC
Marc McLaughlin6.845 million14thBrossard QC
Alexander Livingston4.625 million20thHalifax NS

PokerNews Canada Players to Watch

  • Dangerous Vietnamese-Californian two-time bracelet winner JC "Just Call" Tran (11,970,000)
  • 2001 WSOP Main Event champ Carlos Mortensen of Spain (10,790,000)
  • World Poker Tour Season VII $25,000 World Champ and baby faced assasin Yevgeniy Timoshenko (5,310,000)
  • Last year ninth-place finisher Steve Gee (3,160,000), who is looking to become the first player since Dan Harrington to make back-to-back Main Event final tables.
  • Germany’s Anton Morgenstern has shown fearless aggressiveness and is the current chip leader with 21,955,000. His best finishes to date are ~25th place in WPT's, will he have the nerves to take advantage of the huge opportunity in front of him?


Place NameChips
1Anton Morgenstern21,955,000
2Sylvain Loosli14,125,000
3Chris Lindh12,035,000
4JC Tran11,970,000
5Carlos Mortensen10,790,000
6James Alexander9,445,000
7Jay Farber8,975,000
8Matthew Reed7,705,000
9Jason Mann7,505,000
10Amir Lehavot7,385,000

3 Canadians Remain, WSOP Main Event Plays to Final 9 Today 101
Jackie Glazier took home $229,281 for her 31st place finish

Final Female Falls

Jackie Glazier from Australia was the last woman remaining in the Main Event but fell after she jammed her stack of 1,975,000 from the big blind after Sergio Castelluccio raised to 200,000 from middle position. Castelluccio called immediately.

Castelluccio: {10-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}
Glazier: {a-Spades}{q-Spades}

The {9-Hearts}{9-Spades}{9-Clubs} flop added an extra out to Glazier's hand since a nine would make her quads with top kicker, but neither the {5-Clubs} turn nor {k-Hearts} river helped her. With that, the hopes of a woman making the final table disappeared. The longtime pro will have to make do with $229,281 for her 31st place finish.

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