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PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2011 Top Prize $2,300,000

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/12/2011
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2011

With a total of 48 players remaining as of Wednesday morning, everyone is guaranteed to walk away with at least $52,000 at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2011.  The 1st place prize will pay out $2.3 million.

The man considered to be at the forefront of the online poker craze back in 2003, Chris Moneymaker, was currently sitting in 5th place.

Here were your top 10 chip leaders as of Wednesday morning along with their nationality and chip count:

Chris Oliver         USA                  3675000

Max Lehmanski         Germany                   2324000

John Andress         USA         1985000

Galen Hall         USA                  1677000

Chris Moneymaker         USA         1636000

Philippe Plouffe         Canada         1566000

Matt Lichtie         USA                  1463000

Ilan Rouah         France                  1349000

Mike Sowers         USA         1340000

Dmitriy Stelmak         Russia                  1303000

-       Ace King, Gambling911.com

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