NEWSBRIEF
BY MARKANDERSON
Schulman, Negreanu, Headline PCA Super High Roller Final Table
January 7, 2022
Only 7 now remain of the original 38 of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller, each not yet in the money but still well within spitting distance of a top prize worth $1.5 million.

Among that final table sits numerous highly recognizable players including PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu, currently in second place behind only Nick Schulman with over 2 million in tournament chips.  Negreanu and Schulman are the only two players of the final seven to have passed the 2 million chip mark, with Schulman well above it, and actually only 10,000 chips away from 3 million- substantially above the 1.2 million chip average.

Other top players to make the final seven include Eugene Katchalov, Humberto Brenes and Andrew “LuckyChewy” Lichtenberger, currently in real danger of missing the five player money bubble thanks to a last place stack worth 373,000.

The current chip counts for the final table of the 2011 PCA Super High Roller are as follows:

Nick Schulman- 2,990,000

Daniel Negreanu- 2,166,000

Eugene Katchalov- 1,476,000

Bryn Kenney- 1,390,000

Humberto Brenes- 757,000

Sandor Demjan- 379,000

Andrew Lichtenberger- 373,000

With only seven remaining, Day Two play of the Super High Roller has been suspended until tomorrow at noon local time.  For more information on Day Two’s play, or to read highlights from tomorrow’s final table, visit the PokerStars blog.
COMMENTS
No comments.