Maria Konnikova at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) may be a prestigious tournament in particular among the present lot of poker tournaments all over. Maria Konnikova from the USA won gold on ninth of January after defeating a packed field of 290 players within the $1,650 PCA National.

After 3 days of significant battle, the charming girl has arisen champion within the significant tournament that occurred within the Caribbean’s utmost widespread retreat Atlantis Paradise Island Resort. Konnikova attained the highest prize of $84,600 together with her initial PokerStars trophy.

The tournament presented 3 days of quality poker. By the time the clock declared the end of Day one, the sector was cut right down to sixty-two players. The highest thirty-nine players celebrated an in-the-money finish. The money bubble burst someday throughout Day 2 of the tournament. One by one the players began to get out of it all and started walking out of the tournament arena. Eventually, the number of players left was only 10. Thomas Taylor was the unfortunate soul to go away from the poker table simply before the official table was set. The Official Final Table was blistering with Poker Action.

Day 2 of the tournament can be often delineating as a stellat day for the tournament because of the cash bubble burst and therefore the official nine-handed final table was set. Sharman Olshan was the last dismissal of the day, setting the final 9. Day three of the event welcomed all the remaining poker participants.

WSOP bracelet winner Chris Moorman was among the eight survivors. Moorman lost to eighth place for $10,640. Harrison Gimbel and Loek van Wely were eliminated in fifth and fourth place, eventually. The unquiet three-handed battle saw Kevin MacDonald battling valorously for his life. MacDonald, who was enjoying under the Canadian flag, knocked out in third place for $41,140. Maria Konnikova and Alexander Ziskin crossed swords in an exceedingly alert grudge duel. Eventually, the poker newcomer Maria Konnikova rode the wave of the massive stack to emerge the winner. Ziskin pocketed $56,250 for his finish.

It is exciting to grasp that Konnikova is on the poker tables and also undertaking her latest project regarding the book she is writing. A journalist by profession, she refined her poker skills due to the poker master Erik Seidel, who ought to be terribly happy with his student. Congratulations to Maria!

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