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PCA 2015 Main Event: 24 Players Left, Ronaldo Out In 26th Place

Tags: 2015 PCA, Ronaldo.
Posted on 13 January 2015 by "T".

Another day of the 2015 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure has come to an end and there are now only 24 players left with the chance of taking home the incredible $1.4 million first-place prize!

The chip leader is Eugenio Mattar, who bagged up 2,6732,000 after five levels of play in Day 4. Mattar, who doesn't have any recorded live tournament cashes, owns a car rental company in Brazil and is listed as no. 72 on Forbes' list of Brazil's richest people.

Several big names hit the rail in Day 4, including PokerStars sponsored pros Jason Mercier, Jonathan Duhamel, Naoya Kihara and Brazilian football legend Ronaldo. The latter was eliminated in 26th place by fellow countryman and chip leader Eugenio Mattar. There are familiar faces left in the competition though - Noah Scwartz (238k), Tim Reilly (511k), Jim Collopy etc.

 

Remaining players: 

Eugenio Pacelli Mattar (Brazil) 2,673,000
Emrah Cakmak (France) 2,037,000
Chance Kornuth (United States) 2,026,000
Andreas Samuelsson (Sweden) 1,628,000
Pratyush Buddiga (United States) 1,624,000
Ratharam Sivagnanam (Canada) 1,341,000
Niklas Hambitzer (Germany) 1,317,000
Shyam Srinivasan (Canada) 1,310,000
Diego Ventura (Peru) 1,154,000
Juan Martin Pastor (Argentina) 1,085,000
Uwe Ritter (Germany) 1,062,000
Maurice Hawkins (United States) 962,000
Jim Collopy (United States) 799,000
Rami Boukai (United States) 769,000
Dylan Linde (United States) 709,000
Scott Baumstein (United States) 543,000
Juan Etcheverry (Argentina) 542,000
Benjamin Pollak (United Kingdom) 514,000
Tim Reilly (United States) 511,000
Ambrose Ng (Canada) 485,000
Kevin Schulz (United States) 441,000
Mayu Roca (Colombia) 313,000
Felipe Ramos (Brazil) 282,000
Noah Schwartz (United States) 238,000

We will be back with another update tomorrow morning! Stay tuned!

 


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12 comments for "PCA 2015 Main Event: 24 Players Left, Ronaldo Out In 26th Place"

 Robbo199013/01/2015 09:54:10 GMT
no big names...be good to see who from the eventual final table does well in other events this year
 doubletop77713/01/2015 09:56:45 GMT
There have been some big names bite the dust in this tournament and it goes to prove how difficult it is to win one of these tourneys. I was hoping Ronaldo would make the final table but he had a good run and kudos to him
 Pygmalion6913/01/2015 11:48:48 GMT
Go go go, Juan Martín Pastor and Juan Etcheverry, which in this day Argentina finished with a representative at the final table of the PCA
The two Argentines did a very good tournament, they deserve to be among the best
 pinku13513/01/2015 12:05:29 GMT
Hello everyone Smile
Yes the list doesnt conatain any players i can recall off. All the remaining players are new faces !! where are the biggies ?
Thats an interesting thing about the chip leader who owns a listed car rental company !! quite rich he is , he can bring a lot of action in the future . well he has enough to splurge around already a win in this will be good .
 StheP13/01/2015 12:05:58 GMT
Posted by Pygmalion69:
Go go go, Juan Mart�n Pastor and Juan Etcheverry, which in this day Argentina finished with a representative at the final table of the PCA
The two Argentines did a very good tournament, they deserve to be among the best

I am watching since first day, and Pastor is realy good... Mine opinion, he will win for sure Thumbs Up He took stab last hand with rediculus all in last night, but he will be back I am sure... Will watch tonight and cheering for him to enter final table tonight
 MaxiArma13/01/2015 13:06:24 GMT
Juan Martin Pastor is Supernova Elite and instructor of Intellipoker, is doing a very good tournament, I hope to see you at the final table of the PCA. Let Argentina! Worship
 LucasGeo13/01/2015 13:31:35 GMT
Ronaldo's performance was very good, I would have liked to see him at the final table, I wish an Argentine wins the PCA Main Event undoubtedly Pastor of the two who remain is the one with better chances
 LadyFloppy13/01/2015 14:16:48 GMT
Go go go Argentina, we'll be at the final table and improve 8th place finish by Fabian Ortiz in 2014, Pastor or Etcheverry, one of the two will be in the final table of the main event
 klash2313/01/2015 15:34:53 GMT
I have seen Ronaldo play at a few of these pokerstars events and I don't think I have not seen him cash before so he is obviously making the most of being a sponsored player and if he does try and learn from the other pros it won't be long before he does make a final table.
 Robbo199014/01/2015 04:03:39 GMT
I think it makes a huge difference that the chip leader has a listed company. It means hes playing with a lower risk, and people who have worked up some savings to buy in will be playing with caution. He can use that to push them off some big hands.
 bowie198414/01/2015 13:56:02 GMT
Oh, no, Fat Ronaldo went home. No more pirating in the caribbean for him this year. Does anybody knows who sponsors him? I wouldn't say I believe the scenario where he is ending his football carrier and later spends his hard-earned money to play big league poker with pros. I mean don't get me wrong, he could be a good enough player to sit at the table, and we all know since Michael Jordan that professional sports players love to gamble but I would never imagined in a million years that this ends up being his new carrier.
 bowie198415/01/2015 14:51:37 GMT
Honestly the more I think about this the more I am interested in who backs him on what terms and do the brasilian tax agency look after these financials, or more, do they look after brasilian pro players at all?
If you are a night owl, you will often run into south americans on Jokerstars or Fulltilt 'cuz on the evening there many of them going to play recreationally or for other reasons, but I'm kinda curious about the tax burden about these countries put on these regulars. If it's a tax burden at all. Go, go, go Fat Ronnie Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

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