2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

$1,100 PCA National
Dias: 2
Event Info

2019 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
80,000 / 160,000

$1,100 PCA National

Dia 2 Começado

Day 2 Chip Counts (Completo)

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
Day 1A Chip Leader
Eric Baldwin us
Eric Baldwin
WSOP 2X Winner
Lawrence Bayley gb
Lawrence Bayley
Fernand Dos Santos Ferreira pt
Fernand Dos Santos Ferreira
Antoine Saout fr
Antoine Saout
Dragos Trofimov md
Dragos Trofimov
Chanracy Khun ca
Chanracy Khun
Day 1B Chip Leader
WSOP 1X Winner
WPT 1X Winner
Calvin Anderson us
Calvin Anderson
WSOP 4X Winner
David Bokor ca
David Bokor
Xixiang Luo cn
Xixiang Luo
Timo Kamphues de
Timo Kamphues
Jeffrey Blenkarn us
Jeffrey Blenkarn
Markus Kuhnen de
Markus Kuhnen
Pierre Calamusa fr
Pierre Calamusa
Chino Rheem us
Chino Rheem
WPT 3X Winner
Justin Ouimette ca
Justin Ouimette
Matas Cimbolas lt
Matas Cimbolas
WPT 1X Winner
Mauro Pacheco Ferreira pt
Mauro Pacheco Ferreira
Erwann Pecheux fr
Erwann Pecheux
Jack Salter gb
Jack Salter
Ramandeep Gujral in
Ramandeep Gujral
231,000 231,000
Luke Graham us
Luke Graham
David Olshan us
David Olshan
Alexandre Santo br
Alexandre Santo
Marcos Silva Araujo us
Marcos Silva Araujo

Leia tudo

Day 2 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountsBig Blinds
11Justin OuimetteCanada241,00040
12Maria KonnikovaUnited States59,00010
13Diego Palma ValenciaChile162,00027
14Maria HoUnited States54,0009
15Robin HegeleGermany89,00015
16Alexander ZiskinUnited States45,0008
17Ramandeep GujralIndia231,00039
18Michael TelkerUnited States94,00016
21Maurice CostiganUnited States101,00017
22Yan LiChina138,00023
23Will GivensUnited States94,00016
24Lawrence BayleyUnited Kingdom416,00069
25Haoxiang WangChina122,00020
26Timo KamphuesGermany285,00048
27David BokorCanada293,00049
28Calvin AndersonUnited States297,00050
31Brian AltmanUnited States9,0002
32Ami BarerCanada45,0008
33Casey KastleSlovenia147,00025
34Jack SinclairUnited Kingdom172,00029
35Victor Pedote dos SantosBrazil27,0005
36John CurcuruUnited States17,0003
37Uri ReichensteinGermany642,000107
38Jacques Der MegreditchianFrance114,00019
41Andrei KurovRussia103,00017
42Anthony CalderaroUnited States42,0007
44Peter VitantonioUnited States56,0009
45Jonathan ConcepcionSpain193,00032
46Mauro Pacheco FerreiraPortugal235,00039
47Kristina LitmolaCanada52,0009
48Dragos TrofimovMoldova309,00052
51Andrey LobzhanidzeRussia19,0003
52Angeli Chacon ParraVenezuela126,00021
53Gauthier BrugnoogeFrance17,0003
55Chanracy KhunCanada305,00051
56Ting HoUnited States90,00015
57Pedro PadilhaBrazil84,00014
58Victor ChoupeauxFrance89,00015
61Walter CritchleyUnited States53,0009
62Barry GreensteinUnited States186,00031
63Scott MargeresonUnited Kingdom94,00016
64John AndressUnited States130,00022
65Andrey KotelnikovRussia97,00016
66Marshall WhiteUnited States67,00011
67Mitja RudolfSlovenia94,00016
68Markus KuhnenGermany250,00042
71Alexander TafeshUnited States65,00011
72Ariel CelestinoBrazil50,0008
73Gregory RobertsUnited States54,0009
74Adam LevyCanada155,00026
75Danny TangHong Kong90,00015
76Diogo CardosoPortugal65,00011
77Martijn GerritsNetherlands42,0007
78Dario ComitiniItaly61,00010
81Joshua ZucchetCanada83,00014
83Randy LewUnited States202,00034
84Ian SimpsonUnited Kingdom103,00017
85Jack SalterUnited Kingdom232,00039
86Timothy WongUnited States145,00024
87Carlos BrancoPortugal84,00014
88Joao BarbosaPortugal39,0007
91Mihai ManoleRomania158,00026
92Antoine SankariCanada74,00012
93Rex AlarconCanada29,0005
95Mark IoliUnited States197,00033
96Jean FontaineFrance137,00023
97Eric BaldwinUnited States470,00078
98Rony HalimiFrance88,00015
101Sebastiaan de JongeNetherlands56,0009
102Pablo MelognoUruguay82,00014
103Leo MargetsSpain169,00028
104Nikolay PonomarevUnited Kingdom148,00025
105Alexander OrlovRussia25,0004
107Justin YoungUnited States61,00010
111Kevin ChoeUnited States57,00010
112Victor Zabukas BegaraBrazil182,00030
113Aliaksei BoikaBelarus112,00019
114Paulo MilaniBrazil42,0007
115Pierre CalamusaFrance250,00042
116Colin RobinsonUnited States95,00016
117Hiu YiuChina51,0009
118Jon TurnerUnited States155,00026
121Larry GurneyUnited States46,0008
122Matthew MossUnited Kingdom52,0009
123Marvin RettenmaierGermany125,00021
124Jerry RobinsonUnited States91,00015
125Gustavo De Faria LopesBrazil107,00018
126Fiodor MartinoItaly64,00011
127Conor BeresfordUnited Kingdom81,00014
128Alexandre Mantovani Espirito SantoBrazil229,00038
131Jeffrey BlenkarnCosta Rica271,00045
132Manuel MachadoPortugal82,00014
133Christian GravelleUnited States170,00028
134Chino RheemUnited States246,00041
135Michael O'SullivanIreland105,00018
136Antoine SaoutFrance322,00054
137Joe McKeehenUnited States103,00017
138Erwann PecheuxFrance235,00039
141David OlshanUnited States230,00038
142Lander LijoSpain155,00026
143Harpreet PaddaCanada95,00016
144Marcos Silva AraujoUnited States221,00037
145Michael AzzaroUnited States8,0001
146Lee MarkholtUnited States170,00028
147Matas CimbolasLithuania240,00040
148Joseph CoteUnited States58,00010
151Alcioni PollermannBrazil68,00011
152Florian DutaRomania96,00016
153Fernand Dos Santos FerreiraPortugal336,00056
154Roman WieczorekGermany9,0002
155Ole SchemionGermany50,0008
156Luke GrahamUnited States230,00038
158Cassio Pisapia De Almeida KilesBrazil34,0006
161Xixiang LuoChina292,00049
162Alexander GreenblattUnited States109,00018
163Leandro BustilloArgentina189,00032
164Belarmino De SouzaBrazil48,0008
165Carlos Garcia SarmientoColombia211,00035
166Keith NassettaUnited States60,00010
167Jean PiquetteCanada189,00032
168Kelly WebbUnited States76,00013

Who Will Win the $1,100 PCA National Tonight?

PCA Poker Room
PCA Poker Room

Welcome back to Day 2 of the $1,100 PCA National which will restart at noon local time here at the Atlantis Resort. There were two starting flights in total, attracting 812 entries overall with 122 players making it through to the final stage. A winner will be crowned by the end of today and the total prize pool details will be announced at the start of the day.

Leading the race to the win is Uri Reichenstein with a pretty big lead as he bagged 642,000 during the Day 1a flight. He is followed by Eric Baldwin (470,000), Lawrence Bayley (416,000), Fernand Dos Santos Ferreira (336,000), and Antoine Saout (332,000). The Day 1b chip leader Chanracy Khun is sitting in sixth place in the overall chip count leader board and will be looking to climb that ladder all day long.

Looking at the seat draw, there are some tables that might be more noticeable than others:

• Table #1 has the defending champion Maria Konnikova on there and she’ll be sharing the felt with Maria Ho, Robin Hegele, Ramandeep Gujral, and Michael Telker
• Table #2 features Will Givens, Lawrence Bayley, Hoaxiang Wang, Timo Kamphues, and Calvin Anderson
• Table #3 has Brian Altman, Ami Barer, Casey Kastle, Jack Sinclair, and Reichenstein on there
• Table #6 is loaded too for example as Team PokerStars Pro Barry Greenstein is seated there with Scott Margereson, John Andress, and Markus Kuhnen
• Another Team PokerStars representative is Team Online’s Randy Lew who is at Table #8 together with Ian Simpson, Jack Salter, Carlos Branco, and Joao Barbosa
• And the list goes on and on

There are too many notable players to mention them all but keep an eye out for players like Dragos Trofimov, Pierre Calamusa, Chino Rheem, Matas Cimbolas, Erwann Pecheux, Mark Ioli, Leo Margets, Adam Levy, and Jon Turner who are all coming into today with an above average stack.

Players like Marvin Rettenmaier, Aliaksei Boika, Joe McKeehen, Danny Tang, Ting Ho, Conor Beredford, Ole Schemion, and [Removed:172] have got some work ahead of them as they bagged an below average stack last night but they’ve got enough space to work with today as the players return for Level 17.

Level duration will increase to 40 minutes each and Level 17 features a small blind of 3,000, big blind of 6,000, and a big blind ante of 6,000. A break is planned to take place after every three levels with a 80-minute dinner break during the day expected at approximately 6:30-7:45 PM according to the structure. Play will continue until a winner has been crowned or until 4 AM as the poker room will close at that time. If no winner is known by that time, play will end for then and continue the next day at noon.

Make sure to return for the PokerNews updates as the live reporting team will be following along as another tournament here in the Bahamas will wrap with a winner at the finish line!

Tags: Adam LevyAliaksei BoikaAmi BarerAntoine SaoutBarry GreensteinBrian AltmanCalvin AndersonCarlos BrancoChanracy KhunDanny TangDragos TrofimovEric BaldwinErwann PecheuxIan SimpsonJack SalterJack SinclairJohn AndressJon TurnerLawrence BayleyLeo MargetsMaria HoMaria KonnikovaMark IoliMarkus KuhnenMarvin RettenmaierMatas CimbolasMichael TelkerOle SchemionPierre CalamusaRamandeep GujralRandy LewRobin HegeleScott MargeresonTimo KamphuesTing HoUri ReichensteinWill Givens

Prize Pool Details Announced

The 812 entries overall created a total prize pool of $787,640. The winner will walk away with $148,220 and all 122 returning players are guaranteed at least $1,680.

This is what they are all playing for:

PlacePrize PlacePrize PlacePrize
1$148,220 10-11$9,100 32-39$3,120
2$90,080 12-13$8,140 40-55$2,700
3$63,540 14-15$7,340 56-71$2,340
4$47,660 16-17$6,560 72-95$1,980
5$37,580 18-20$5,760 96-119$1,760
6$28,120 21-23$4,960 120-122$1,680
7$19,780 24-27$4,180 123-125$560
8$13,900 28-31$3,620   

Nível: 17

Blinds: 3,000/6,000

Ante: 6,000

Gerrits and Azzaro First to Fall

Nível 17 : 3,000/6,000, 6,000 ante

Unsurprisingly, with the bubble burst, the first few hands of the day saw a lot of all-in and calls all over the place. One of the first to bow out was Martijn Gerrits, who started the day with 42,000. Gerrits was in the big blind and called a shove with {K-}{J-}, but was up against {K-}{K-} and didn't improve.

Another player to bust was Michael Azzaro, who returned with just 8,000 in chips. He got those in on the button and Matas Cimbolas flicked in two more T-1,000 chips from the big blind.

Michael Azzaro: {A-Hearts}{J-Hearts}
Matas Cimbolas: {A-Clubs}{Q-Spades}

"How is this possible?!" Azzaro chuckled and Cimbolas burst out in laughter as well. Azzaro quickly took the queen from Cimbolas and swapped it with his jack, prompting more laughter.

The flop was {J-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{10-Spades} and the dealer jokingly swapped the cards again. The {Q-Hearts} on the turn prompted another swap of the kickers with everyone laughing, and Azzaro was a good sport about it when the {10-Diamonds} on the river ended it for him. "Have fun guys!" he said upon leaving.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Martijn Gerrits nl
Martijn Gerrits
Matas Cimbolas lt
Matas Cimbolas
WPT 1X Winner

Tags: Martijn GerritsMatas CimbolasMichael Azzaro

Not the Year of Konnikova

Nível 17 : 3,000/6,000, 6,000 ante
Maria Konnikova
Maria Konnikova

Maria Konnikova came back with 59,000 and a dream, but her back-to-back aspirations were halted during the early elimination frenzy. Konnikova first got it in with {Q-}{Q-} against the {A-}{10-} for the equally short Maria Ho, then lost her final crumbs with {K-}{J-} against {A-}{K-}.

"Not this year," she smiled as she left the tournament area with a cash of $1,760.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Maria Ho us
Maria Ho
140,000 86,000
Maria Konnikova us
Maria Konnikova

Tags: Maria HoMaria Konnikova