PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Day 3 Update

The numbers are in for the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure held at the Atlantis Casino on Paradise Island.  In all 1,529 players entered into the Main Event all trying for the biggest prize but only some walked away from Paradise with some cash.
With so many playing online poker the events are swelling this event had so many entries into the Main Event that there were two parts to day one.  Almost half of the players in the event had qualified online.
This makes for a much larger playing field and allows players that have the skills but maybe not the cash to compete in the larger events.  It also adds excitement because you’re not playing against mostly firmiliar faces so you have to try and analyise the other players while not losing all your chips at the same time.
So now at the end of day 3 most of the players have left the felts but hey they are in Paradise so it can’t be all bad.  At last report there were only 236 players left in the game.
In the lead is Praz Bansi from the UK with 760,000 chips after the end of Day 3.
Chip Count for Day 3 (Top 9 Players)
Praz Bansi                                       UK        760,000
Marc Etienne Mclaughlin    Canada    702,400
Phil Ivey                                      USA        650.000
Wayne Bentley                            UK        602,500
Matt Graham                             USA        600,000
Nasr El Nasr                        Germany    550,000
Eric Froehlich                          USA        544,000
Danny Suied                            USA        530,000
Dario Minieri                          Italy        460,000
Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the final table and the winner. New players are eligible for a bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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