The player field is now down to 22 in the 2011 PCA Main Event in Bahamas. Leading the field is a woman, the only one left in the tournament. Ana Marquez played fantastic poker during Day 4 and one can't saying anything else than it's a well deserved lead! So what happened to Chris Oliver who was in the lead with 3.67 million when Day 4 started? Well, not much to be honest. Oliver's stack remained almost the same all Day 4 and he ended the day with 3.27 million chips. However, Max Lehmanski, Oliver's closes competitor when Day 4 started, was sent off the rail during the day.
A few notable players that still have the chance to reach the final table and battle for the first prize of 2.3 million dollars are Team PokerStars Pro Chris Moneymaker, Mike Sowers, Eric Froehlich, Eddy Sabsat and Sam Stein.
so interesting it was woman at the lead and i personally 1 -st time hear her name her hope she will play clever poker and claim her place at the finale table still long way needed to go for the 1 - st place taking think she not thin this but now she wroting his personal poker story good luck all
hope I will have time to watch today live video at pokerstars tv and to enjoy in play!too bad that only we have video on 14,15 and 16 but at least that!will be great that women win this,but somehow I think that she is too early in lead and that cards will tunr against her!
although the women appear more in the tournaments and very difficult to see them in the straight or final tables because it is not a lack of skill and a matter of muneros only they are proving that they are very good gl ai ANA
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