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WPT Caribbean: 32 Players Survived Day 2

Tags: Ebony Kenney, Marvin Rettenmaier, Thomas Laviano, Tony Dunst, world poker tour, wpt caribbean.
Posted on 22 November 2013 by "T".

The second day at the World Poker Tour Carribean Main event came to a close just a few moments ago. There are 32 players left in the tournament and the chip leader is Thomas Laviano with 402,000.

Other big stacks at the end of Day 2 included Jean-Nicolas Fortin (361,500), Tony Dunst (282,000) and Day 1 chip leader Ebony Kenney, who bagged up 258,000 (7th place) at the end of play.

There are 4 Champions Club members left in the mix of players: Sean Jazayeri (251,000), Giacomo Fundaro (237,500), Bobby Oboodi (236,500), and last but not least Marvin Rettenmaier (picture - 153,000) from Germany. Let's hope that at least one of them make it to the final table and gets a shot at another WPT title!

The money bubble will burst early during Day 3 when 24 players remain. A minimum cash is worth $5,700 and the winner will take home $145,000 and a $15,400 entry into the season-ending WPT World Championship in April at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, NJ.

The final table we will played this weekend. We will post a final table recap first thing Monday morning.

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5 comments on "WPT Caribbean: 32 Players Survived Day 2"

 doubletop77722/11/2013 15:20:18 GMT
With only 32 players left, i would have to fancy Marvin Rettenmaier to have a very good chance pf landing the title. It all depends on a bit of luck of course but he is a very talented player
 Heskor22/11/2013 16:57:42 GMT
What a stare down in this pic lol, does any of you guys gone there for the game, i remembered that there was promotion to go there, in william hill package etc, and other poker sites.

Would be nice to see the beach etc. Cheers. I hope that an unkown player win it. Would be much better!
 noonlion22/11/2013 18:35:36 GMT
Wow - rettenmaier wants to kill you, your babies and all genetic linkages in that picture.

Small fields for this - but such an exotic location. Guess the everyman that usually tries to get into one can't make it all the way to a carribean island.
 Macubaas25/11/2013 10:41:56 GMT
Congratulations to Tony for the first place that he took, he trully deserved it!

I also liked how Marvin played out some hands in general but he also made some mistakes that placed him in the end in the 4th place.
 sergejcho25/11/2013 11:15:48 GMT
Who are theese guys i really first time can saw this names in world poker.

Sean Jazayeri (251,000), Giacomo Fundaro (237,500), Bobby Oboodi (236,500), and last but not least Marvin Rettenmaier (picture - 153,000) from Germany

Congratulations to Tony for the big win of this tournament.

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