$5,300 Millions Main Event ($5 Million Gtd.)
$5,300 Millions Main Event ($5 Million Gtd.)
Dia 1c Concluído

Farid Jattin Finishes As Day 1C Chip Leader in the Caribbean Poker Party MILLIONS Main Event

Farid Jattin bagging up the Day 1C Chip Lead
Farid Jattin bagging up the Day 1C Chip Lead

Day 1C of the Caribbean Poker Party $5,300 MILLIONS Main Event was a short affair, with 20 entrants taking part, just 14 of whom making it to the end of the day, through all eight 30-minute levels. Farid Jattin leads the way, having bagged up 3,494,000 to take through to Day 2, starting tomorrow at midday local time.

Florian [Removed:292] finished in second place; he'll take through 2,439,000, with partypoker Ladies ambassador Charlie Godwin taking through 1,500,000, and Shaun Deeb, playing his second flight of the day, finishing with 840,000.

Former professional boxer and partypoker ambassador Carl Froch narrowly missed out on a Day 2 spot, busting in level 11. Fortunately for Froch, late registration and re-entry for this event is available until the end of level 12 at 17:30 local time tomorrow.

We'll be with you the whole way to bring you updates throughout.

Day 1C Chip Counts (Completo)

Farid Jattin co
Farid Jattin
co 3,494,000
[Removed:352] DE
DE 2,439,000 2,439,000
Graham Carter GB
Graham Carter
GB 1,952,000 1,952,000
Artur Jarek pl
Artur Jarek
pl 1,868,000 1,868,000
Laurynas Levinskas lt
Laurynas Levinskas
lt 1,524,000 1,524,000
Josef Snejberg cz
Josef Snejberg
cz 1,508,000 1,508,000
Charlie Godwin gb
Charlie Godwin
gb 1,500,000
Paul Zimbler GB
Paul Zimbler
GB 1,311,000 1,311,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie
Steve O'Dwyer
ie 1,071,000
Jonathan Pearson CA
Jonathan Pearson
CA 852,000 852,000
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
us 840,000 840,000
Michael Addamo au
Michael Addamo
au 726,000 726,000
Marcello Azevedo us
Marcello Azevedo
us 661,000
Georgii Kuteiko RU
Georgii Kuteiko
RU 245,000 245,000

End of Day 1C

Players are now counting down their stacks and bagging up their chips.

We will have a roundup and full chip counts for you shortly.

Boika Flips Better

Aliaksei Boika moved all-in for his last 256,000 from the cutoff over an early position raise to 30,000. Shaun Deeb got stuck into the action again by calling from the small blind, and after the big blind and initial raiser got out of the way, the cards were on their backs.

Boika: {K-Hearts}{Q-Hearts}
Deeb: {7-Clubs}{7-Spades}

Boika made the nuts on {10-Clubs}{A-Hearts}{J-Spades}{10-Spades}{4-Diamonds} to see him not only survive, but double up, with just five hands left to play.

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Last Six Hands

The tournament director just paused the clock and brought four cards over to Aliaksei Boika.

Boika turned over the {6-Hearts} meaning there will now be six more hands to play before players bag up their chips for the night.

[Removed:292] Towers

Shaun Deeb kicked the action off from under the gun, with a raise to 37,000. They went three ways to the flop, after a call from the player in middle position, Graham Carter on the button, and Florian [Removed:292] in the big blind. 

The flop was {k-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}, and the action checked over to Carter. He put out a bet of 80,000 which was quickly called by [Removed:292]. Deeb and the other player got out of the way, taking us to the turn heads-up.

Action checked through on the {6-Diamonds} turn, before [Removed:292] led out for 105,000 on the {q-Spades} river. Carter deliberated for quite some time, before eventually calling and was shown {k-Hearts}{6-Spades} by [Removed:292] for two pair, with that pot adding another 500,000 chips to [Removed:292]'s already towering stack.

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Carl Froch shook hands with the table before leaving
Carl Froch shook hands with the table before leaving

After the hand versus Shaun Deeb, Carl Froch found himself against the ropes, putting his last 200,000 in with {9-Spades}{6-Spades} on an {8-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{a-Hearts} flop. Unfortunately for Froch, Josef Snejberg was on hand to make the call with {a-Spades}{q-Spades}.

Snejberg just needed to fade five outs, which he reduced to two on the {q-Hearts} turn. The {10-Clubs} landed on the river, delivering the knockout blow to the partypoker ambassador. As Snejberg dragged in the pot, Froch shook hands with the table before leaving the tournament area.

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Down But Not Out

With only two levels left to play, players are fighting it out to build a stack to take through to tomorrow's second day. Carl Froch, partypoker ambassador, might be king of the ring, but he'll need to prove his worth at the table to come back after losing most of his chip stack to Shaun Deeb.

The hand started with Froch raising to 32,000 from the button. The small blind 3-bet to 105,000 which caught Deeb's attention in the big blind as he studied his cards. He eventually called and Froch made the call too.

Three players took a flop of {10-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{7-Diamonds} and action was checked to Froch. He bet out for 200,000, and after the small blind folded, Deeb moved all-in with his remaining 350,000. Froch thought about it for a long time, and eventually decided on a call to take us to showdown.

Deeb: {q-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}
Froch: {q-Hearts}{j-Hearts}

Deeb managed to hold on, with the {8-Spades} turn {4-Spades} river runout providing no help to Froch. 

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Deeb Gets Krafty

Action folded around to Florian [Removed:292] in the hijack, who raised it up to 40,000 before Shaun Deeb put in the 3-bet to 125,000 next to act. Both blinds folded, before [Removed:292] made the call and the two players took a {j-Diamonds}{9-Spades}{8-Diamonds} flop heads up.

Both players opted to check the flop, as well as the {a-Clubs} turn. After [Removed:292] checked a third time, on the {6-Diamonds} river, Deeb quickly put out a bet of 50,000 and immediately took the pot down.

"All of you bow down to Shaun!" came the cry from the rail. "Except you, sir, please accept my apologies," he continued, addressing The Cobra: Carl Froch.