The final table of the first event at the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure is set and looks set to be a classic. The humongous $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller attracted 46 unique entries and ten rebuys for a total prize pool of $5,433,120. A few of those players are now stuck for a lot of money, including Daniel Negreanu, John Juanda and Cirque du Soleil mastermind Guy Laliberte who all rebought twice to create a $300,000 hole in their bank accounts.
After two days of play the seven-handed final table will start at 1400 ET today. You can watch the live stream, featuring hole cards, on the PokerPlayer.co.uk home page! But who will be battling it out for the first Caribbean trophy of the year? It’s an all-star lineup… [table id=3 /]
Wall Street trader Dan Shak, who was runner-up in this event in 2012, has a narrow chip lead over Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst. Big One for One Drop champion Antonio Esfandiari is also at the top of the leaderboard and, with $1.6m for the winner, it will be those three who start as favourites.
If 21-year-old German Ole Schemion can get an early double up he could be the man to watch though, and is in a great run of form after finishing 5th in December’s EPT Prague main event.
The $10,000 PCA main event also gets underway later today but, for now, all eyes will be on seven millionaires looking to pad their bankrolls with an extra few zeroes. Watch all the action on PokerPlayer.co.uk from 1400 ET!
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