The final table at the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Super High Roller ($100,000 buy-in) is set after two days of intensive play in the Bahamas. The event saw a total of 56 entries creating a prize pool of approximately 5.4 million dollars, and the 7 finalists of tonight's final table are guaranteed a minimum cash of $217k - with the chance of going all the way to the first place prize of an incredible $1.6 million!
Dan Shak (black t-shirt in picture) will bring the largest pile of chips to the final table, and he's closely followed by PokerStars' very own Vanessa Selbst, who become the first women to play an event with a $100k buy-in about a year ago. Besides Shak and Selbst, one should keep an eye on Antonio Esfandiari at tonight's final table. "The Magician", the winner of the 2012 WSOP Big One For One Drop for $18.3 million, is currently ranked 3rd with 2.8 million chips and he definitely knows how to keep a cool head and play his best game when big bucks are up for grabs!
Final table line up:
Seat 1 - Ole Schemion, Austria, 280,000
Seat 2 - Tony Gregg, United States, 410,000
Seat 3 - Antonio Esfandiari, United States, 2,830,000
Seat 4 - Matt Glantz, United States, 480,000
Seat 5 - Fabian Quoss, Germany, 2,650,000
Seat 6 - Vanessa Selbst, United States, 3,645,000
Seat 7 - Dan Shak, United States, 3,700,000