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.
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!