PCA – Spanish Lady Takes the Lead

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2011. January 13.
The only female player left in the field is actually leading the <strong>PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event</strong>. <strong>Chris Moneymaker, Dmitriy Selmak, Chris Oliver, Mike Sowers and Sam Stein</strong> are after her.
48 players returned on Day 4 of the $10,300 buy-in PCA Main Event, and Chris ’Gettin Daize’ Oliver started the day as chipleader with 3,675,000 chips. The other big names in the lead included Chris Moneymaker, Mike Sowers, Dmitriy Stelmak, Eric Froehlich, Toby Lewis, Sam Stein and Adam ’csimmsux’ Geyer.

Csimmsix said goodbye at the 23rd Level (2000/12000/24000), when he got all-in with Jacks against Gettin Daize’s AQ, and, although the flop and turn were neutral, a Queen arrived on the river.



Gettin Daize continued his winning series, and eliminated EPT Vilamoura champion Toby Lewis at the 24th level. Lewis had pocket Sevens, Gettin Daize showed {#}K {#}Q, and the board came {#}6 {#}5 {#}4 {#}K {#}4.

A bit later, Froehlich got eliminated too: he shoved all-in with not too many chips in response to Sam Stein’s preflop raise. Froehlich’s {#}4 {#}4 did not seem too promising against Stein’s {#}K {#}K. Although the {#}3 {#}6 {#}5 flop was quite good for Froehlich, the {#}K on the turn and {#}J on the river meant that he too had to say goodbye and start packing.

The only female poker player still in the battle is Ana Marquez. She seldom played for large pots, but still managed to close Day 4 in first place with 3,805,000 chips. There is a pretty scary horde in her tail: Chris Moneymaker is in second place with 3,765,000, after him comes Dmitriy Stelmak with 3,340,000, Gettin Daize with 3,275,000, Mike Sowers with 3,180,000, and Sam Stein with 3,085,000.

Ana Marquez
Ana Marquez

The fifth day will welcome back 22 players, competing for the final table.

Chip count:

Ana Marquez - 3,805,000
Chris Moneymaker - 3,765,000
Dmitriy Stelmak - 3,340,000
Chris Oliver - 3,275,000
Mike Sowers - 3,180,000
Sam Stein - 3,085,000
Bolivar Palacios - 2,875,000
Philippe Plouffe - 2,480,000
Martin Mathis - 2,385,000
Galen Hall - 2,305,000
Michael Pesek - 2,260,000
Rafael Golka - 2,220,000
Bryan Colin - 1,925,000
Anton Ionel - 1,670,000
Walid Bou-Habib - 1,665,000
Gregory Baksic - 1,415,000
Grayson Ramage - 1,160,000

Calvin Anderson - 980,000
Max Weinberg - 860,000
Shayne Khanna - 720,000
Joel Patchell - 650,000
James St, Hilaire - 600,000


Prizes:


1. $2,300,000
2. $1,800,000
3. $1,350,000
4. $1,000,000
5. $700,000
6. $450,000
7. $300,000
8. $202,000
9-10. $155,000
11-12. $130,000

13-14. $115,000
15-16. $100,000
17-20. $87,500
21-24. $75,000
25-32. $66,000
33-40. $59,000
41-48. $52,000
49-56. $45,000
57-64. $38,000
65-72. $33,000
73-80. $28,000
81-112. $23,500
113-144. $20,000
145-184. $17,500


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