Down To 24 At PCA High Roller
January 12, 2022

After two days of play at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure High Roller event only 24 players remain, with the big money tantalizingly close, but still too far to be depended on.

84 players initially signed up for this year's $25,000 buy-in event, enough to create a prize pool so big, that even the kind of players that can casually play at these sorts of stakes still have to sit up and take notice. 

In total $2,058,000 is on the line for these last 24, with $576,240 going to the eventual winner, and the rest spread out among the final 16 players with chips.

Currently, the player with the best shot at earning that top prize is Team PokerStars Pro Dario Minieri, who ended Day Two with 430,700 in tournament chips, well above most of the field with the exception of second place's Michiel Brummelhuis, the only other player past the 400K mark.

Other players still in the hunt include Bill Edler, Isaac Baron, Greg Raymer, World Series of Poker 2009 Main Event champion Joe Cada and Vivek Rajkumar, who presently sits in 3rd (301,700).

For more information on the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure visit, or check out the PokerStars blog for updates, photos, and current chip counts.

Story by Mark Anderson

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