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PCA 2013: 172 Players Through To Day 3

Tags: joe serock, michael mizrachi, nicolas godoy, pca 2013, pokerstars caribbean adventure.
Posted on 10 January 2013 by "T".

Day 2 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event brought 501 players from Day 1A and Day 1B. After about 7,5 hours of play, the field had been narrowed down to 172 - with Nicolas Godoy (picture) out in front with 724,200! Ashton Griffin, who brought the biggest stack to Day 2, made it through the day but only has 123,900 left to gamble with. Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi and Joe Serock continued playing great during Day 2 and are among the 10 biggest stacks heading to Day 3.

Now, only 28 players need to be eliminated before everyone is guaranteed a minimum payday of $15k. But of course that's peanuts compared to the money on the final table - where the winner will take home an increadible $1,859,000! Check back tomorrow for another update!


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5 comments on "PCA 2013: 172 Players Through To Day 3"

 Fakiry10/01/2013 11:41:43 GMT
Wow, sometimes my head gives a knot when someone says $15k are peanuts, but after looking at the first prize of the event - almost $1.9M - i realize the world is so big it would be extremely difficult to walk through all of it during a life time. But some guys don't consider it unachievabe, and one of those 172 left will have to take all that money home. Everyone wants it, many knows they don't have what it takes to reach it, some know they are able to get it, few have defined a strategy to stick the closest possible to it, but only one will put the hands on it.
 kinogomes10/01/2013 12:44:32 GMT
Is it me, or this year PCA is getting to the final table really fast? Seems to me that there is some Isildur efect in the live tournments now! Too mkany bluffing hands getting caught!
 SirPoncho10/01/2013 14:41:27 GMT
maybe the "tabking drama" got less because of rthe panorama scene around the casino Blink

would love to be on the bahamas right now and escape that dirty weather and rain here.....
 Terroreffekt11/01/2013 07:06:47 GMT
$ 15k peanuts? I would even appreciate such a huge price! But as you can see in one day can change everything, Ashton Griffin was on the 2nd day chip leader and now crawling on the border of the abyss for the tournament. Let's see how it looks today
 Sorin88811/01/2013 08:03:34 GMT
Another day ends at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, with Patrick Kelly leading the main event with just 59 players remaining.
They return at noon for a day that would typically involve playing down to 24, although they could play on a little longer

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