21 Players Left in PCA Main Event

Published on January 11th, 2013 9:54 pm EST

Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure - PhotoDay 4 of the 2013 Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure ("PCA") main event is now in the books.

Just 21 of the original 987 entrants to the event are still alive heading into Day 5 on Saturday. The Day 4 chip lead is held by Dimitar Danchev, who won a massive pot against Patrick Kelly at the tail end of Day 4 to propel himself to the top of the tournament leaderboard.

All 21 of the remaining players are guaranteed a minimum of $56,000 for making it this far. The eventual winner of the event will take home $1,859,000, while the runner-up will walk away with $1,190,000.

Here are the current chip counts, courtesy of Pokerstarsblog.com:

Dimitar Danchev, 4,080,000
Owen Crowe, 2,500,000
Ryan Fair, 2,496,000
Yann Dion, 2,296,000
Robert Mizrachi, 1,990,000
Michael Lipman, 1,562,000
Andrey Shatilov, 1,494,000
Joel Micka, 1,409,000
Matthew Reed, 1,375,000
Jerry Wong, 1,370,000
Mikal Blomlie, 1,356,000
George Clyde-Smith, 1,336,000
Joao Nogueira, 1,204,000
Anthony Borde, 995,000
Eddy Sabat, 714,000
Manig Loeser, 698,000
Olivier Busquet, 593,000
Darren Elias, 548,000
Guillaume Rivet, 520,000
Jonathan Roy, 406,000
Mohsin Charania, 140,000

The average stack size is 1,410,000.


Day 5 of the main event will get underway at 12:00 pm on Saturday afternoon. The tournament will then play down to 8 players, with the final table scheduled to begin at 13:00 on Sunday afternoon.

Source: Pokerstarsblog.com


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