PokerStars has come back with their latest episode of the coverage from the 2014 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event and we are once again on hand to share it with our readers. The episode sees the start of Day 4 and provides a wealth of top quality poker action.
Day 4 begins with the 72 survivors of the original field of 1,031 and sees the players now having blinds of 4,000/8,000 and with an ante of 1,000. Come the end of the day however, there would be just 22 of them remaining going into Day 5.
On the feature table this time around is Mike McDonald, Chris Klondnicki and PokerStars Team Pros Marcel Luske and Liv Boeree. Others still in with a chance of big money on the other tables in the event are Loni Harwood, Vanessa Selbst, Marc-Andre Ladoucuer, Roger Teska, Max Silver and Thomas Hall.
Roger Teska actually had to serve an eight hand penalty after his antics on the last episode where he had drank far too much and kept flipping the bird to the EPT cameras. When he returned he did seem far better behaved but also obviously supporting a nasty hangover.
James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton once again provide the usual light hearted commentary as they take us through the episode which is full of high drama, many eliminations and a plethora of interesting conversation.
We do not want to spoil the action for those that may have missed this event back in January, so will not be sharing who gets eliminated and who is going strong in the event. Those that manage to make it out of Day 4 could well be the winner of the $1.8 million that is going to go to the title winner in this event.
Check out the 50 minute episode below to see just who makes it through to the next day and which player’s will have to console themselves with at least some form of payout in the event. One hint we will give is that a Team PokerStars Pro is the last player to be eliminated on this episode.
We will be back with the next episode just as soon as PokerStars.tv releases it themselves. That action will see the final 22 players battle it out to make one of the most sought after final tables on the poker calendar.