Sunday, 13 January 2013
Just eight players are left chasing the $1,859,000 first prize at PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event with Jerry Wong leading the way.
The American finance graduate returns with 7.4m chips, a chunk of change ahead of Joel Micka who has 6,475,000. Andrey Shatilov is next on 3,220,000 followed by multiple WSOP finalist Owen Crowe on 2,990,000.A Moneymaker-esque miracle remains on the cards in the form of Joao Nogueira who lies in fifth with 2,890,000. The Portuguese player qualified online for just $10 and is well placed to earn a life changing amount of money.Rounding out the final table are Yann Dion 2,535,000, EPT San Remo runner up Dimitar Danchev 1,995,000 and WPT Montreal winner Jonathan Roy 1,525,000.The action resumes at 5pm UK time with blinds at 30,000/60,000 with a 5,000 ante. The final eight are guaranteed a pay day of at least $165,000 but will have eyes on much more.Railbirds can follow the final table action courtesy of PokerStars.tv.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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