PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Day 1B Results

Today was a big day for the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, not only for the game but PokerStars also announced that they are launching the new North American Poker Tour (NAPT).
On Day 1A of the PCA Main Event drew in 669 players but today 846 players anted up to the felts.  With so many players in the Main Event the 1st place winner is expected to take home over $3 million dollars.
The chip results for the day aren’t in yet but according to PokerStars at 9pm:
“We’re counting – and we’re counting hard. But we reckon Anibal Tacla leads, with 166,000. Matt Graham, with 146,700, is right up there too. A full wrap will follow momentarily.”
New players are eligible for a bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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