The chips are in the bag for flight Day 1F of Event #2: $1,000 + $100 Montreal Open. A total of 255 entries were logged in tonight’s flight, including 29 re-entries. In the end, 78 players got to drop chips in their bag, thus securing a seat for Day 2.
In brief, the action was fast paced, intense and steady. A lot of players went on a roller coaster ride but in the end managed to survive and were seen leaving the tournament hall with a smile on their faces. The happiest player is definitely Mario Dardis who managed to bag an impressive 11,790,000 chips. This performance places him in 2nd place overall, behind David Bolduc Hamel who bagged 13,865,000 on Day 1D. The second highest bagger tonight is Cheathta Ros, who had a steady run tonight and dropped 7,860,000 chips in his own bag.
It’s been a wild ride all week for the Montreal Open Day 1’s. After six flights and 1345 entries, 397 players have bagged chips for Day 2. To see the combined Day 1 results, click here.
The qualifying players will return Monday May 20, at 3:30pm when play resumes for 12 levels of 40 minutes. Day 1G, the last flight of Day 1’s for the Montreal Open gets underway Monday, May 20th at 10:00am. Blinds will go up every 15 minutes for this turbo flight.