2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

$100,000 7-Handed
Dias: 2
Event Info

2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Resultado Final
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Prize Pool
Informações sobre o nível
60,000 / 120,000
Informações sobre o torneio - Dia 2
Jogadores em jogo

A Winner Will Be Crowned in the 2023 PCA $100,000 7-Handed High Roller

Dan Smith
Dan Smith

The final day of the 2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure has arrived and no fewer than nine different tournaments will determine a winner in the Grand Ballroom at the Baha Mar Resort on The Bahamas. Among them is also the $100,000 7-Handed High Roller, which has so far attracted a field of 22 entries and ensured a prize pool of more than $2.1 million already.

The late registration remains open for the first two 30-minute levels as of 12.30 pm local time and it is expected that several High Roller regulars will jump in to increase the field size. They will receive 150,000 in chips with recommencing blinds of 2,000-4,000 and a big blind ante of 4,000 for level 11.

Canada's Daniel Dvoress tops the leaderboard with 604,000 and Dan Smith (581,000) is a mere six blinds behind. Kathy Lehne completes the overnight podium with 459,000 in chips.

Also among the dozen Day 1 survivors to return to their seats are the 2023 PCA High Roller tournament winners Isaac Haxton (123,000) and Justin Bonomo (107,000) but they both have fewer than the starting stack at their disposal.

Day 2 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Daniel DvoressCanada604,000151
2Dan SmithUnited States581,000145
3Kathy LehneUnited States459,000115
4Adrian MateosSpain297,00074
5Steve O'DwyerIreland270,00068
6David PetersUnited States215,00054
7Talal ShakerchiUnited Kingdom143,00036
8Juan PardoSpain142,00036
9Timothy AdamsCanada138,00035
10Isaac HaxtonUnited States123,00031
11Justin BonomoUnited States107,00027
12Stephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom73,00018

Among the candidates to potentially enter the fray are the $250,000 Super High Roller champion Sam Greenwood, runner-up Jean-Noel Thorel, David Yan, Artur Martirosian, and Chris Brewer to name a few candidates. Cary Katz, who was among the Day 1 casualties, had already registered last night but didn't take a seat yet.

Levels will continue with a duration of 30 minutes each for the remainder of the tournament and the high-stakes contest will play down to a winner today. The action gets back underway at 12.30 pm local time and the late registration closes at approximately 1.30 pm local time, after which the payout distribution will be revealed.

Stay tuned for all the High Roller action right here on PokerNews, as the live reporting team will be back on the floor to provide as many key hands as possible in this six-figure buy-in.

Tags: Adrian MateosArtur MartirosianCary KatzChris BrewerDan SmithDaniel DvoressDavid PetersDavid YanIsaac HaxtonJean-Noel ThorelJuan PardoJustin BonomoKathy LehneSam GreenwoodStephen ChidwickSteve O'DwyerTalal ShakerchiTimothy Adams