Haven Werner Leads the Final Table of Nine at DeepStacks Edmonton

Haven Werner

We are down to the final nine players remaining in the DeepStacks Edmonton Spring Main Event after 89 returned for Day 2 here at Casino Yellowhead in Canada. The chip leader at the end of play is Haven Werner (pictured) with a stack of 1,920,000. Andrew Goertz will come into the final table in second with 1,730,000, and Tony Comely rounds out the top three with a stack of 1,695,000.

Here is a look at the seating chart with chip counts for Monday’s final table.

Seat 1: Damian Minev – 930,000
Seat 2: Brieanne Chetek – 625,000
Seat 3: Andrew Goertz – 1,730,000
Seat 4: Tony Nguyen – 460,000
Seat 5: Ian Alvarado – 670,000
Seat 6: Dwayne Reid Lacombe – 1,120,000
Seat 7: Kris Steinbach – 1,355,000
Seat 8: Tony Comely – 1,695,000
Seat 9: Haven Werner – 1,920,000

Here is the remaining prize pool up for grabs:

The top 53 players made the money, and here is a look at the full results from Day 2:

The final table begins on Monday at 1 p.m. The final nine players will return at that time, and they will play all the way down to a champion tomorrow. The DSPT live reporting team will be here to bring you all of the action in live updates, chips counts, photos, and videos from Edmonton, Alberta up in Canada.

If you’re looking for some content in the meantime, you can check out the history of the DeepStacks Edmonton Main Event in these links for the Season 4 Battle of AlbertaSeason 4 SpringSeason 3 Fall, Season 3 Spring, and Season 2 Spring, Season 2 Fall, and Season 1 flashbacks, or the Edmonton Spotlight pieces about Downtown Edmonton and the West Edmonton Mall.

You can also check out the DeepStacks Travel Guide to the Edmonton Spring Tour Stop if you’re looking for some fun ideas for activities off the felt.

You can also watch this video to get acquainted with the final-table contestants:

Ross Wilson Busted in 10th Place – Day 2 Ends

Level: 27
Blinds: 20,000/40,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players: 9/420

Andrew Goertz limps preflop from middle position, and Ross Wilson moves all in preflop for 610,000 on the hijack. Tony Comely tanks before folding on the big blind, and Goertz calls to cover Wilson. The two remaining players then reveal their cards.

Goertz: [poker card=”9h”] [poker card=”9d”]
Wilson: [poker card=”6c”] [poker card=”6s”]

Board: [poker card=”Qc”] [poker card=”7s”] [poker card=”3s”] [poker card=”10s”] [poker card=”9c”]

Wilson is eliminated in 10th place, good for $6,860, and Goertz stacks up 1.73 million after the hand. The final table of nine is now set and Day 2 has come to a close. The clock has been paused with 15:02 remaining in Level 27. Stay tuned for chip counts and a recap of the day.

Andrew Goertz – 1,730,000 (43 bb)
Ross Wilson – Eliminated in 10th Place ($6,860)

Karim Chatur Eliminated in 12th Place in Three-Way All-In

Karim Chatur

Level: 27
Blinds: 20,000/40,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players: 11/420

Ross Wilson raises to 180,000 under the gun preflop, and Haven Werner calls to cover him on the cutoff. Karim Chatur (pictured) also calls on the big blind before the flop is dealt [poker card=”Kc”] [poker card=”7h”] [poker card=”6d”]. Werner bets 200,000, and Chatur check-raises all in. Werner calls to cover him so all three players flip over their cards.

Wilson: [poker card=”Jh”] [poker card=”10c”]
Werner: [poker card=”Kd”] [poker card=”Qd”]
Chatur: [poker card=”Ks”] [poker card=”9d”]

Turn and River: [poker card=”Qh”] [poker card=”9h”]

Wilson hits a straight on the river to triple up and survive with 630,000 in the main pot. Chatur is eliminated in 12th place in the side pot, good for $6,860, and Werner wins the side pot to take the chip lead with 1.95 million.

Ross Wilson – 630,000 (15 bb)
Haven Werner – 1,950,000 (48 bb)
Karim Chatur – Eliminated in 12th Place ($6,860)

Level 27 Begins (12 Players Remain)

Level: 27
Blinds: 20,000/40,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players: 12/420

Blinds increase to 20,000-40,000 with a 5,000 ante for the start of Level 27 on Day 2 at the DeepStacks Edmonton Spring Main Event. There are now 12 players remaining in the hunt to make the final table of nine.

Level 26 Begins (15 Players Remain)

Level: 26
Blinds: 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante
Players: 15/420

Blinds increase to 15,000-30,000 with a 5,000 ante for the start of Level 26 on Day 2 at the DeepStacks Edmonton Spring Main Event. There are now 15 players remaining in the hunt to make the final table of nine.

Thomas Ly Busted in 16th Place in Three-Way All-In

Level: 25
Blinds: 12,000/24,000 with a 4,000 ante
Players: 15/420

Thomas Ly is all in on a short stack holding Q-9 on the big blind, but he is behind the [poker card=”Ah”] [poker card=”Ad”] of Dwayne Reid (UTG+1), and the [poker card=”10c”] [poker card=”10h”] held by Andrew Goertz (UTG).

The final board reads [poker card=”Kc”] [poker card=”4d”] [poker card=”2c”] [poker card=”4c”] [poker card=”5c”], and Ly is eliminated in 16th place, good for $4,690.

Goertz more than doubles up to survive with 865,000, and Reid holds 240,000 after the hand.

Andrew Goertz – 865,000 (36 bb)
Dwayne Reid – 240,000 (10 bb)
Thomas Ly – Eliminated in 16th Place ($4,690)