2018 Caribbean Poker Party

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$10,300 High Roller
Dias:
123
$10,300 High Roller
Dia 2 Terminado

Mustapha Kanit Bags Huge on Day 2 of $10,000 High Roller

[user339872] • Nível 18: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Mustapha Kanit
Mustapha Kanit

The action has come to an end after a scheduled 10 levels of play on Day 2 of the $10,000 High Roller at the Baha Mar Resort in the Bahamas. Only 28 players remain as the field approaches the money bubble and Mustapha Kanit has an overwhelming chip lead.

Kanit took advantage of the late registration that was open on Day 2 and joined the field in the early levels today. He slowly built up his chips to an average stack by the time dinner break rolled around and from there, the Frenchman took off. In the last level of the night, Kanit busted Simon Higgins who held the chip lead earlier in the day. By the day's end, Kanit bagged up 21,520,000 which was by far and away the largest stack in the tournament.

Some of the other big stacks heading into the final day of play include partypoker pro Joao Simao, who racked up 14,290,000 chips, good enough for second place. Adrian Mateos entered the day as the chip leader and showed no signs of slowing down, increasing his stack to 13,305,000. There were two other partypoker pros to move on to Day 3 with Roberto Romanello amassing a stack of 11,300,000 and Isaac Haxton with 5,005,000.

Roberto Romanello
Roberto Romanello

The day began with 59 players returning from Day 1 but late registration was open for the first four levels. The $1,000,000 guaranteed prizepool was easily surpassed in the early going. In fact, by the time late registration was closed, that number had nearly doubled with a total of 196 entries.

Many players were forced to fire multiple bullets looking to run up a stack that they would be happy with, but many of those failed. Some of the early eliminations belonged to Martin Jacobson, Darren Elias, Kristen Bicknell, Ryan Riess, Ben Tollerene, Patrik Antonius, and Fedor Holz. For Leon Tsoukernik, he managed to last a little longer but it took him seven entries. Unfortunately for him, he still wasn't able to stick around for very long as Justin Bonomo sent him to the rail.

The eliminations were occurring at a rapid pace for the first couple levels, but the dinner break seemed to bring things to a halt. Just 46 players returned after getting some food, but the average stack was upwards of nearly 80 big blinds. The money bubble was in sight, but nobody was willing to budge to make it a reality. In the last four levels of the night, only 18 players were eliminated leaving the money bubble still in the distance.

When the remaining 28 players return tomorrow, they can look forward to a long grind in order to claim the title. The first obstacle will be to burst the money bubble with 23 places getting paid. A min-cash will be worth $20,000 and then everyone can focus on the first-place prize of $450,000. The action will get underway at 1 p.m. with the blinds at 60,000/120,000 and a 120,000 big blind ante. The levels will continue to be 60-minutes in length and they will be playing down to a winner.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be here to bring you coverage of the event to wrap things up here at the 2018 Caribbean Poker Party.

Tags: Simon HigginsAdrian MateosBen TollereneDarren EliasFedor HolzIsaac HaxtonJoao SimaoJustin BonomoKristen BicknellLeon TsoukernikMartin JacobsonMustapha KanitPatrik AntoniusRoberto RomanelloRyan Riess

Day 3 Seat Draw

[user339872] • Nível 18: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip Count
861Gianluca SperanzaItaly2,415,000
862Richard KirschUnited States2,500,000
863Aleks DimitrovBulgaria4,130,000
864Elio FoxUnited States1,790,000
865Daniel DvoressCanada11,755,000
866Joao SimaoUnited States14,290,000
867Guillaume DiazFrance5,450,000
     
961Justin BonomoUnited States11,165,000
962Jonathan DuhamelUnited States7,260,000
963Benjamin PollakFrance8,360,000
964Steve O’DwyerIreland12,635,000
965Joseph CheongUnited States7,040,000
967Orpen KisacikogluTurkey4,040,000
968Javier ZapateroSpain3,240,000
     
1061Lucas ReevesUnited Kingdom4,390,000
1062Vladimir TroyanovskiyRussia2,195,000
1063Isaac HaxtonUnited States5,005,000
1065Bartlomiej MachonPoland3,600,000
1066Roberto RomanelloUnited Kingdom11,300,000
1067Joey WeissmanUnited States10,435,000
1068Thomas MuehloeckerAustria10,385,000
     
1162Sam SoverelUnited States1,935,000
1163Timothy AdamsCanada1,305,000
1164Mike WatsonCanada5,370,000
1165Mustapha KanitItaly21,520,000
1166Lauren RobertsUnited States4,845,000
1167Garik TamasianRussia4,745,000
1168Adrian MateosSpain13,305,000

End of Day Chip Counts (Completo)

[user339872] • Nível 18: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Mustapha Kanit it 21,520,000
Joao Simao br 14,290,000
Adrian Mateos es 13,305,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie 12,635,000
Daniel Dvoress ca 11,755,000
Roberto Romanello gb 11,300,000
Justin Bonomo us 11,165,000
Joey Weissman us 10,435,000
Thomas Muehloecker at 10,385,000
Benjamin Pollak fr 8,360,000 -1,970,000
Jonathan Duhamel ca 7,260,000 530,000
Joseph Cheong us 7,040,000 -240,000
Guillaume Diaz fr 5,450,000 -3,550,000
Mike Watson ca 5,370,000 50,000
Isaac Haxton us 5,005,000
Lauren Roberts us 4,845,000 -305,000
Garik Tamasian RU 4,745,000
Lucas Reeves gb 4,390,000
Aleks Dimitrov bg 4,130,000
Orpen Kisacikoglu tr 4,040,000 -660,000
Bartlomiej Machon pl 3,600,000 -250,000
Javier Zapatero es 3,240,000 -610,000
Richard Kirsch us 2,500,000 -920,000
Gianluca Speranza it 2,415,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru 2,195,000 -455,000

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Play Concludes for the Night

[user339872] • Nível 18: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante

The players completed a full 10 levels today and the thoughts of playing into the money were squashed. Everyone is still too deep and to reach the money in a timely fashion so they chose to come back tomorrow. There are just 28 players remaining with Mustapha Kanit leading the way. A full list of chip counts and a recap of the day's action will be posted shortly.

Mustapha Kanit it 21,520,000 -180,000
Joao Simao br 14,290,000 150,000
Adrian Mateos es 13,305,000 925,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie 12,635,000 165,000
Daniel Dvoress ca 11,755,000 -1,845,000
Roberto Romanello gb 11,300,000 1,600,000
Justin Bonomo us 11,165,000 965,000
Joey Weissman us 10,435,000 2,115,000
Thomas Muehloecker at 10,385,000 2,435,000
Isaac Haxton us 5,005,000 -4,400,000

Kisacikoglu Calls Down O'Dwyer

[user339872] • Nível 18: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Orpen Kisacikoglu
Orpen Kisacikoglu

The action folded to Orpen Kisacikoglu on the button who raised it up and Steve O'Dwyer defended from the big blind. The flop came {7-Hearts}{6-Spades}{5-Hearts} and both players checked to the {7-Clubs} on the turn.

O'Dwyer led out for 375,000 and Kisacikoglu stuck around to see the {9-Spades} on the river. O'Dwyer fired another 800,000 and Kisacikoglu took a moment before making the call again. O'Dwyer tabled {k-Hearts}{j-Hearts} for a missed flush draw and Kisacikoglu rivered a better hand with {k-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}.

Mustapha Kanit has vaulted himself into the chip lead with a massive stack of over 21 million chips. Kanit just recently eliminated Simon Higgins who once held the chip lead himself.

Mustapha Kanit it 21,700,000 9,540,000
Joao Simao br 14,140,000 1,460,000
Daniel Dvoress ca 13,600,000 -3,050,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie 12,470,000 -1,300,000
Adrian Mateos es 12,380,000 2,750,000
Roberto Romanello gb 9,700,000 2,800,000
Joseph Cheong us 7,280,000 2,650,000
Orpen Kisacikoglu tr 4,700,000 -880,000
Bartlomiej Machon pl 3,850,000 2,850,000
Sam Soverel us 3,100,000 1,595,000
Erik Seidel us Eliminado
Andras Nemeth hu Eliminado

Tags: Mustapha KanitOrpen KisacikogluSimon HigginsSteve O'Dwyer

Nível:
18
Blinds:
50,000/100,000
Ante:
100,000

Dvoress Jumps Into the Lead

[user339872] • Nível 17: 40,000-80,000, 80,000 ante

The field has dwindled down to just 32 players and the shot clocks have been introduced with just one table away from the money. The players are also lobbying to play into the money tonight and a discussion will take place shortly.

In the meantime, Daniel Dvoress has jumped into the chip lead with over 16 million chips. Steve O'Dwyer, Joao Simao, and Benjamin Pollak are also near the top of the leaderboard.

Daniel Dvoress ca 16,650,000 6,350,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie 13,770,000 1,170,000
Joao Simao br 12,680,000 -810,000
Benjamin Pollak fr 10,330,000 1,120,000
Justin Bonomo us 10,200,000 -710,000
Adrian Mateos es 9,630,000 130,000
Guillaume Diaz fr 9,000,000 5,730,000
Joey Weissman us 8,320,000 1,670,000
Thomas Muehloecker at 7,950,000 -3,190,000
Jonathan Duhamel ca 6,730,000 2,000,000
Simon Higgins gb 5,950,000 -7,275,000
Mike Watson ca 5,320,000 -660,000
Lauren Roberts us 5,150,000 2,570,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru 2,650,000 -1,100,000
Timothy Adams ca 2,600,000 -300,000

Tags: Steve O'DwyerJoao SimaoDaniel DvoressBenjamin Pollak

Nível:
17
Blinds:
40,000/80,000
Ante:
80,000

Simao Runs Out a Flush

[user339872] • Nível 16: 35,000-70,000, 70,000 ante
Joao Simao
Joao Simao

On a board reading {k-Clubs}{j-Spades}{5-Spades}{2-Spades}{10-Hearts}, Joao Simao had his cards face up in front of him. Simao held {a-Spades}{7-Spades} for the nut flush against Peter Jetten's {a-Hearts}{a-Clubs} in what was another massive pot. Simao's flush earned him the pot and Jetten headed to the rail.

There are just 37 players remaining mid-way through level 16. The players will go on their last break of the night shortly and then play two more tables before bagging up for the night.

Joao Simao br 13,490,000 4,770,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie 12,600,000 5,515,000
Mustapha Kanit it 12,160,000 2,210,000
Daniel Dvoress ca 10,300,000 2,140,000
Adrian Mateos es 9,500,000 -3,300,000
Joey Weissman us 6,650,000 2,000,000
Orpen Kisacikoglu tr 5,580,000 1,650,000
Joseph Cheong us 4,630,000 -1,210,000
Javier Zapatero es 3,850,000 -1,180,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru 3,750,000 -2,450,000
Lauren Roberts us 2,580,000 -790,000
James Romero us 1,100,000 -2,750,000
Andras Nemeth hu 965,000 -1,115,000
Peter Jetten ca Eliminado

Tags: Joao SimaoPeter Jetten