Kevin Koe Advanced to the Canada Cup of Curling People's Last by Downing Brad Gushue 7-5 in their Sufficient Match on Saturday in Estevan, Sask.
The Calgary hop will face Brad Jacobs of Salt Ste. Marie, dress, for the championship on Sunday.
Two uncharacteristic missions by GUSHUU led to a stunning remainder in the game, turning a 5-1 lead in the Sixth End in a victory for the coin. GUSHUU, from John's, NL, has a chance to put the game off at the end of eight but be drawn to the button sealed wide, giving a 5-5 tie.
Q., Third BJ. Neufeld, second Colton meat and lead Ben Hert struggling early, giving up two in the second. Gushue, third-board gallant, second-hand marketers expand their lead by stealing a pen in the fifth end.
Coo scored two in the seventh, stole two in eight and added singles in the 9 and 10 ends for the win.
Cui lost 8-4 to Jacobs in the opening round of the tournament.
One arson to meet Jones in final
Earlier Saturday, Kerri Einarson's belt from Gimli, Man., Advanced to the women's final with a 7-3 win over Calgary's Chelsea Carey.
Earenson's rink will take on Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones, who remained in Ottawa's Rachel Homan 8-4 in Semifinal Sabbath.
"This game is pretty great for us," said Einarson, whose team has won four World Touring Tour events in this season and conducts all Canadian teams with a 48-13 win-loss record this season, including a 6-1 record in the Canada Cup. "It's nice to have that time off. We need that rest, it's a long week, which is safe."
Jones lost her round Robin Finale, 7-5 to Edmonton's Laura Walker (3-4), while Haman was 5-4 over Vinnie's Nig's Ali Flax (2-5).
In the other women's play on Saturday, Casey Scheidegger (4-3; Lithridge, Alta.) Shaded Winnipeg's Darcy Robertson (1-6) 8-7.