Best start to PCA 2023; Mike Watson leads the way with $100,000

Andrew Marks

the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) Main Event 2023 On January 23, it started off great Baha Mar Resort The Bahamas draws 166 players with the first two starting flights. Only 80 of the 2023 PCA Main Event hopefuls were able to bag their chips at the end of the day, and that’s the Portuguese Andrew Marks who had the most!.

On Day 1A, Marquez turned his starting stack of 30,000 into a stack of 197,500. “PTFisherman23” Online at PokerStars, Marques ran his operations quietly but efficiently. champion World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) Main Event 2020 He begins his stay in the Bahamas in wheel hats.

Andre Akkari
Andre Akkari of Team PokerStars

Many big names are in the top 10 marks for day 1A of the PCA Main Event. Andre Akkari Team PokerStars is fourth in chips with a stack of 136,900. Kitty Kuosent Kuo to the rail with only 15 minutes remaining.

Akkari’s other Brazilians Yuri Dzivielevski (130,900), Good luck Kornut (127,000), Steve O’Dwyer (104, 800, Diego Ventura (103,300) and Thomas Muehloecker (103,000) into the top 10.

A few Frenchmen on the run

We note its presence on the French side Julien Sitbon In the top 15 with a very comfortable stack of 93,700 chips. We find it a little further in the ranking John Pastor (75,400), Roman Lewis (53,000) Alexander Reard (43,200) and Julien Martini With a 33,500 chip stack to start day 2.

Also suitable for day 2, Eric Seidel (88,200), winner of nine WSOP bracelets, Sam Greenwood (80,000), Joao Simao (62, 200), Sam Grafton Team PokerStars (53,400), legendary Fedor Holz (52,600) and Belgian Michael Gathy (45,700).

Day 1B ends at noon local time on January 24 and the roofing team PokerNews will be on hand to bring you all the live coverage from the 2023 PCA Main Event.

Top 10 Chip Count PCA Main Event Day 1a 2023

Square Player country Number of chips Big Curtains
1 Andrew Marks Portugal 197,500 165
2 Maximilian Silz Germany 182,200 152
3 Alberto Meran Dominican Republic 155,900 130
4 Andre Akkari Brazil 136,900 114
5 Yuri Dzivielevski Brazil 130,900 109
6 Good luck Kornut United States of America 127,000 106
7 James Harvey United States of America 113,100 94
8 Steve O’Dwyer Ireland 104,800 87
9 Diego Ventura Peru 103,300 86
10 Thomas Muehloecker Austria 103,000 86

Mike Watson heads the $100,000 Super High Roller final table

mike watson
Mike Watson wins the 2016 PCA Main Event

Canadian mike watson He finished Day 1 of the $100,000 Super High Roller as the chip leader and continued his momentum by finishing Day 2 as the leader again. Watson is just five picks away from capturing the $1,545,080 top prize and adding a PCA Super High Roller win to his 2016 PCA Main Event win.

And five poker superstars stand between Watson and victory; any of them will be a worthy champion. Watson returns with 3,015,000 chips, then comes Juan Pardo (2,200,000), is the closest competitor in accounts. Pardo’s compatriot Adrian Mateos (2,035,000) is third in chips, second in the six-man final table. Seth Davies (1,870,000) and Isaac Haxton (1,645,000). Daniel Dvoress (590,000) is the shortest stack in the final, equaling 12 big blinds.

The game resumes at 12:30 local time; Stay up-to-date with the latest news on PokerNews!

$100K Super High Roller Day 3 Seat Assignments and Token Counts

Headquarters Player country Number of chips Big Curtains
1 Seth Davies United States of America 1,870,000 37
2 Isaac Haxton United States of America 1,645,000 33
3 mike watson Canada 3,015,000 60
4 Adrian Mateos Spain 2,035,000 41
5 Daniel Dvoress Canada 590,000 12
6 Juan Pardo Spain 2,200,000 44

The BSOP Bahamas Main Event Crowns champion will be crowned today

Sriharsha Doddapaneni
Sriharsha Doddapaneni

the $1,100 buy-in BSOP Bahamas Main Event It started with 460 players vying for a share of the $446,200 prize pool, but only 37 are still in contention for the $86,650 top prize and trophy.

Indian Sriharsha Doddapaneni (1,087,000) enters the third and final day of action with a chip lead and is the only player with more than 100 big blinds in his arsenal. Will be followed by players like Doddapaneni Christian Rudolph (974,000), Maria Konnikova (773,000), Bruno Botteon (590,000), Ludovic Gaelic (576,000), Katie Lindsay (410,000), a member of the Women in Poker Hall of Fame Maria Ho (366,000) and Jonathan Little (325,000).

Departure after 13:00 local time; follow the action right here on PokerNews from the start.

Top 10 Chup Counts Final Day Main Event 2023 BSOP Bahamas

Square Player country Number of chips Day 3 Big Curtains
1 Sriharsha Doddapaneni India 1,087,000 109
2 Christian Rudolph Germany 974,000 97
3 Maria Konnikova USA 773,000 77
4 Elliott Smith Canada 648,000 65
5 Allan Barnes Canada 622,000 62
6 Paul Dewald USA 595,000 60
7 Stephen Fandozzi USA 591,000 59
8 Bruno Botteon Brazil 590,000 59
9 Ludovic Gaelic United Kingdom 576,000 58
10 Micha Hoedemaker The Netherlands 542,000 54

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