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The World Poker Tour Montreal Online $3,200 buy-in main event featured a $2,000,000 guarantee. A total of 888 entries were made during the two starting flights, creating a final prize pool of $2,664,000 that was paid out among the top 133 finishers. The lion’s share of that money ultimately went to the United Kingdom’s Jack Hardcastle, who emerged victorious with his first WPT main tour title and the top prize of $447,859.

This is the largest recorded score of Hardcastle’s career, beating out the $130,000 he took home as the seventh-place finisher in the 2020 MILLIONS UK $10,300 buy-in main event. He also took down the WPT UK ‘Opener’ $550 buy-in event back in the fall of 2019 for another $100,000.

The final table was set in this event after three days of action, with American high roller Dan Shak sitting atop the leaderboard. Three-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Upeshka De Silva was the first to be eliminated. He got all-in with A-K offsuit and was called by the AK of Rayan Chamas. The board brought three clubs to give his opponent a flush and De Silva hit the virtual rail with $37,024. This was yet another brutal finish for De Silva in a major event, after having been disqualified from the 2020 WSOP main event ‘Domestic Tournament’ after testing positive for COVID-19 the day before he was set to play at the final table.

Marcel Kunze was the next to fall, with his A-J running into the A-K of Andrei Kriazhev. He took home $46,685 as the eighth-place finisher. Jakob Miegel’s run in this event came to an end at the hands of Hardcastle. Miegel got the last of his stack in with A3 and Hardcastle called with AK. Neither player improved by the river and Hardcastle’s superior high cards were enough to take down the pot. Miegel was awarded $58,650 for his seventh-place showing.

Hardcastle secured his second knockout of the day by picking up pocket kings after Charles Chattha had shoved with K-Q suited. The big pair held up and Chattha was eliminated in sixth place ($74,119).

Shak found a fortunate runout after being on the wrong side of a preflop cooler to set up the next bustout. He got all-in with AK against the AA of Kriazhev. The board brought three spades to give Shak the flush and the pot. Kriazhev was left on fumes and eliminated shortly after in fifth place. He earned $95,672 for his deep run.

The next big pot saw Felix Schulze call all-in on a J105 flop in a three-bet pot with AJ and was ahead of Chamas’ K10. The 4 on the turn kept Schulze ahead, but the K on the river gave Chamas a winning two pair to send Schulze packing in fourth place ($139,164).

With that Chamas edged out Hardcastle to take a slight lead into three-handed play. Hardcastle regained the top spot soon by picking off a multi-street bluff from Shak, though. The American was left short and was soon all-in, calling for his tournament life with KJ from the big blind. The A5 of Hardcastle improved to a pair of of fives by the river, which was enough to eliminate Shak in third place ($212,459).

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Hardcastle took nearly a 2:1 chip lead into heads-up play against Chamas, who managed to mount an early comeback effort. Hardcastle rebuilt his lead by the time the final hand was dealt, though. Chamas min-raised from the small blind with J3 and Hardcastle called holding 98. The flop came down A97 and Hardcastle check-called a bet of 3,396,600. The turn brought the K and Hardcastle again check-called, this time to the tune of 5,520,871. The 8 on the river prompted yet another check from Hardcastle. Chamas had just jack high for showdown value, and less than a pot-sized bet left in his stack. He moved all-in for 20,797,515 and Hardcastle made the call with his rivered two pair to secure the pot and the title. Chamas earned $308,703 as the runner-up finisher.

Here is a look at the payouts awarded at the final table:

PlacePlayerEarnings
1 Jack Hardcastle $447,859
2 Rayan Chamas $308,703
3 Dan Shak $212,459
4 Felix Schulze $139,164
5 Andrei Kriazhev $95,673
6 Charles Chattha $74,119
7 Jakob Miegel $58,650
8 Marcel Kunze $46,685
9 Upeshka De Silva $37,024

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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--History is made on the World Poker Tour®! The WPT® and its partner partypoker are thrilled to announce the first WPT Online Series that will take place exclusively on the partypoker platform.

The series will take place from May 10-26, 2020 and the $3,200 buy-in, $5 million guaranteed WPT Online Championship will highlight the schedule. The WPT Online Championship will take place over the course of the entire festival, with Day 1 flights available starting on May 10.

The entire partypoker series includes $30 million in guarantees and $7 million for the WPT events on the schedule.

Along with the WPT Online Championship, the WPT500 and WPTDeepStacks™ brands will be featured in the WPT Online Series. The WPT500 Online event will take place from May 10-18 with 10 starting flights on the schedule and a $1 million guaranteed prize pool for the tournament.

WPTDeepStacks Online will close out the WPT Online Series with a $1 million guarantee event taking place from May 25-26.

“WPT and partypoker are proud to break new ground for both of our brands with the first WPT Online festival,” said Adam Pliska, CEO of the World Poker Tour. “Players from around the globe can look forward to the opportunity to play in World Poker Tour events from the comfort of their homes at all buy-in levels.”

Hermance Blum, WPT VP Europe, added, “$7 million in guarantees for WPT events alone on partypoker is an exciting breakthrough for our partnership, and we can’t wait to crown our first WPT Online Championship winner and see them in the WPT Tournament of Champions presented by Baccarat Crystal.”

Players that are eligible to play on partypoker can secure their seats to any of the WPT Online events through partypoker’s WPT Passport program. Click here for more information about the WPT Passport.

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World Poker Tour (WPT) is the premier name in internationally televised gaming and entertainment with brand presence in land-based tournaments, television, online, and mobile. Leading innovation in the sport of poker since 2002, WPT ignited the global poker boom with the creation of a unique television show based on a series of high-stakes poker tournaments. WPT has broadcast globally in more than 150 countries and territories, and is currently producing its 18th season, which airs on FOX Sports Regional Networks in the United States. Season XVIII of WPT is sponsored by ClubWPT.com. ClubWPT.com is a unique online membership site that offers inside access to the WPT, as well as a sweepstakes-based poker club available in 35 states across the United States. WPT also participates in strategic brand license, partnership, and sponsorship opportunities. WPT Enterprises Inc. is a subsidiary of Allied Esports Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AESE). For more information, go to WPT.com.

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Allied Esports Entertainment (NASDAQ: AESE) is a global esports entertainment venture dedicated to providing transformative live experiences, multiplatform content and interactive services to audiences worldwide through its strategic fusion of two powerful entertainment brands: Allied Esports and the World Poker Tour (WPT). Allied Esports Entertainment was created in August 2019 when Black Ridge Acquisition Corp. completed its business combination with Allied Esports and WPT Enterprises.

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