The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure: Ana Marquez & Chris Moneymaker Lead Final 22
January 13, 2022
Less than three full tables now remain of the original 1,560 person starting field of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, and leading that small group are two highly interesting players both likely to make significant headlines if they can just keep going the way they are.

Chris Moneymaker, the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event champ, and Ana Marquez, the last women sitting in a field originally way too full of young white guys, currently hold the top two chip positions of the PCA's final 22, and are now both dangerously close to a top prize of $2.3 million- or about $2,294,000 more than chip leader Ana’s previous best live score.

Regardless of the payouts though, which at this point will be at least $75,000, Day 5 should be quite an interesting one for Moneymaker and Marquez, as there are still more than enough other top pros still in the hunt and surely salivating over their sizable stacks.  Other big names still in the field include Mike Sowers, Michael Pesek and Sam Stein.

To read all about the poker action at the PCA as the field is reduced down once again- this time to the magic final table- or for more information on Day Four’s action, visit the PokerStars blog.
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