2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

$10,000,000 Guarantee Main Event
Day: 3
Event Info

2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Final Results
Winner
Winning Hand
a2
Prize
$1,423,096
Event Info
Buy-in
$10,000
Prize Pool
$10,070,000
Entries
1,031
Level Info
Level
34
Blinds
120,000 / 240,000
Ante
30,000

$10,000,000 Guarantee Main Event

Day 3 Completed

Day 3 Comes to a Close with Max Silver on Top

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante
Max Silver Leads the Field
Max Silver Leads the Field

On Friday, Day 3 of the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event came to a close with around 76 players remaining from the 1,031 who originally came out to play. At the end of the day, it was Max Silver who bagged up the biggest stack in the room with 1.453 million.

Right on Silver's heels is Roger Teska, who bagged up 1.406 million which is good for second in chips. Interestingly enough, Teska will begin Day 4 with a one round penalty. Toward the end of the night, Teska was seen making lewd gestures at cameras held by the television crew. When Teska remarked that he would just show up late to play tomorrow, tournament staff quickly informed him that his penalty would begin when he arrived.

While Silver will sport the largest stack in the field, other notable players managed to bob and weave their way through the field to survive heading into Day 4. Notable players who made it through Day 3 include Kyle Sorel (1,132,000), Shyam Srinivasan (811,000), Sam Greenwood (768,000), Antoine Saout (668,000), Matt Berkey (607,000), Jennifer Shahade (457,000) Loni Harwood (394,000), Mike McDonald (355,000), Paul Berende (191,000), and Ismael Bojang (99,000).

Also alive and thriving is PokerStars Team Pro Vanessa Selbst. Hot off of her third-place finish for $760,640 in the $100,000 Super High Roller, Selbst is seemingly on fire as she makes yet another deep run in the Main Event. Seated at the feature table for the majority of the day, Selbst made work of her foes and slowly built up to one of the top stacks in the field.

In one notable confrontation, Selbst raised to 8,500 at 2,000/4,000/500. Patricio Rojas called from the hijack and it folded around to David "ODB" Baker in the big blind. He announced an all in three-bet for 119,000 and Selbst wasted little time moving all in over the top. Rojas quickly got out of the way and the hands were turned over.

Selbst: {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}
Baker: {8-Clubs}{8-Spades}

The flop came down {3-Clubs}{5-Clubs}{9-Hearts} and kept Selbst's ladies in the lead. Fourth street was the {j-Spades}, which left Baker searching for one of the two remaining eights to stay alive in the tournament. Unfortunately for Baker, it was Selbst who made a set on the river when the {q-Clubs} struck the felt. Baker found elimination and Selbst was able to pad her stack with his chips. The Team Pro finished the day with 911,000 in chips.

Selbst isn't the only member of Team PokerStars still alive, though. Those returning for Day 4 include Marc-Andre Ladouceur (416,000), Angel Guillen (322,000), Marcel Luske (320,000), and Liv Boeree (115,000).

Today saw the field hit the money, as the top 151 players were guaranteed a payday. Many notable faces fell once the money was reached. The likes of Ole Schemion (144th), Antonio Esfandiari (140th), Keven Stammen (120th), 2010 PCA champion John Dibella (106th), Sam Cohen (105th), 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Greg Merson (98th), and Maria Ho (85th) are just a small sample size of those to fall in the money.

Team PokerStars members to fall in the money include Leo Margets (143rd), Jason Mercier (142nd), Caio Pessagno (115th), and George Danzer (109th).

Play will resume at 12 p.m. local time on Saturday where the field will return to the beautiful Atlantis Resort in an attempt to clinch a spot at the final few tables. Be sure to keep your browsers locked here on PokerNews for all of the latest updates from the tournament floor!

Tags: Max Silver

Full End-of-Day Counts (full)

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante
Player Chips Progress
Max Silver gb
Max Silver
1,453,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Roger Teska us
Roger Teska
1,406,000
WPT 1X Winner
Kyle Sorel us
Kyle Sorel
1,132,000
Renato Almeida pt
Renato Almeida
927,000
227,000
227,000
Vanessa Selbst us
Vanessa Selbst
911,000
41,000
41,000
Yuri Martins br
Yuri Martins
884,000
14,000
14,000
Madis Muur ee
Madis Muur
835,000
35,000
35,000
Shyam Srinivasan ca
Shyam Srinivasan
811,000
-44,000
-44,000
Mark Ioli us
Mark Ioli
792,000
-58,000
-58,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jorgen Sandvoll Lindebo no
Jorgen Sandvoll Lindebo
781,000
76,000
76,000
Sam Greenwood ca
Sam Greenwood
760,000
-8,000
-8,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Run It Once
Robert Auer at
Robert Auer
746,000
-44,000
-44,000
Antoine Saout fr
Antoine Saout
668,000
Jorge Breda br
Jorge Breda
627,000
-129,000
-129,000
Jude Ainsworth ie
Jude Ainsworth
618,000
-62,000
-62,000
Rudy Blondeau
Rudy Blondeau
608,000
-32,000
-32,000
Matt Berkey us
Matt Berkey
607,000
7,000
7,000
Vladimir Schemelev
Vladimir Schemelev
578,000
53,000
53,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Eduardo Cruz
Eduardo Cruz
538,000
123,000
123,000
Tom Hall gb
Tom Hall
531,000
101,000
101,000
Dominik Panka pl
Dominik Panka
504,000
104,000
104,000
WSOP 1X Winner
EPT 1X Winner
Adrian Bussman se
Adrian Bussman
470,000
-100,000
-100,000
Allon Allison ca
Allon Allison
459,000
-1,000
-1,000
Jennifer Shahade us
Jennifer Shahade
457,000
46,000
46,000
Anton Iaroslavskii
Anton Iaroslavskii
457,000
370,000
370,000

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Karim KO'd

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante

A short-stacked Zo Karim moved all in from the small blind with {k-Hearts}{5-Clubs}, and Jorgen Sandvoll Lindebo called in the big blind with {a-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}.

The {q-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} flop changed very little, and Karim was drawing dead when the {a-Hearts} turned. A meaningless {3-Clubs} completed the board, and Karim hit the rail.

Player Chips Progress
Jorgen Sandvoll Lindebo no
Jorgen Sandvoll Lindebo
705,000
338,900
338,900
Zo Karim
Zo Karim
Busted

Tags: Zo KarimJorgen Sandvoll Lindebo

Roger Teska vs. Shyam Srinivasan

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante
Roger Teska
Roger Teska

With the board reading {Q-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}, Roger Teska and Patryk Slusarek checked to Shyam Srinivasan who bet 19,000. Teska check-raised to 64,000, Slusarek folded, and Srinivsan reraised to 150,000. Teska called after a few moments, landing the {A-Diamonds} turn.

Teska check-called 160,000 from Srinivasan, the {4-Spades} river completed the board, and both checked.

Teska tabled {A-Spades}{10-Clubs} for tens full of aces, besting Srinivasan's hand to win the pot.

Player Chips Progress
Roger Teska us
Roger Teska
1,380,000
320,000
320,000
WPT 1X Winner
Shyam Srinivasan ca
Shyam Srinivasan
855,000
-290,000
-290,000

Tags: Roger TeskaShyam Srinivasan

"Never Give Up Hope!"

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante

Jose Pineda just ended up all in for his tournament life and he was in great shape against Patricio Rojas.

Rojas showed {4-Spades}{4-Hearts} and hit a set right away on the {4-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{2-Hearts} against Pineda's {7-Hearts}{7-Spades}.

"Oh no," Pineda sighed as he started calling for a seven.

On the turn the {J-Hearts} hit and the river brought the {7-Clubs} Pineda was hoping for.

"YEAAAAAH!" Pineda screamed off the top of his lungs while many of his opponents celebrated for him as well.

"Why is there no TV crew for this?" Loni Harwood jokingly said, as Pineda broke out into singing Destiny's Child's Survivor.

Pineda locked up a double up with just minutes left before the day was done while Rojas took a little hit.

"Never give up hope!" Pineda finally shouted as he sat back down and stacked his newly won chips.

Player Chips Progress
Patricio Rojas
Patricio Rojas
280,000
26,200
26,200
Jose Pineda
Jose Pineda
175,000
-52,600
-52,600

Tags: Jose PinedaLoni HarwoodPatricio Rojas

"Not Enough"

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante

Andrei Konopelko moved all in for 111,000 in early position, and the action folded all the way to Kyle Sorel in the big blind.

"Call," he said excitedly, showing {a-Diamonds}{a-Clubs}.

Konopelko shook his head before showing {k-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}.

The flop fell {j-Diamonds}{3-Hearts}{10-Spades}, giving Konopelko an open-ended straight draw, but the {10-Spades} on the turn took away two of his outs. Not realizing the paired board removed his ace outs, Konopelko still celebrated when the {a-Hearts} completed the board, until he realized it gave Sorel a full house.

"Not enough," Sorel said, smiling.

Konopelko was off to the payout desk, while Sorel soared to 1.115 million chips.

Player Chips Progress
Kyle Sorel us
Kyle Sorel
1,115,000
41,000
41,000
Andrei Konopelko by
Andrei Konopelko
Busted

Tags: Andrei KonopelkoKyle Sorel

Guillen Keeps Chipping Up

Level 18 : 3,000/6,000, 500 ante
Angel Guillen
Angel Guillen

Team PokerStars Pro Angel Guillen is doing quite nicely here on Day 3 as he just managed to chip up some more with only 30 minutes left in the day.

Rudy Blondeau, who's doing even better than Guillen, raised from the cutoff to 13,000 to start off the action. Guillen three-bet from the button to 36,000 and Blondeau made the call.

The flop brought out {2-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{10-Spades} and Blondeau check-called 32,000. On the turn the {5-Hearts} hit and this time Blondeau check-folded to a 64,000-chip bet.

Player Chips Progress
Rudy Blondeau
Rudy Blondeau
640,000
36,000
36,000
Angel Guillen mx
Angel Guillen
375,000
105,000
105,000

Tags: Angel GuillenRudy Blondeau