A little more than a week ago PokerStars.tv started to release episodes of the coverage from the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event. Last week was the first episode which showed all of the action from the first half of Day 2 and this week we get to see the second half of that Day 2 action.
The action is thick and fast again during the coverage with them showing the very best hands that took place. There were plenty of bust outs to witness, huge pots and some great table banter too.
Last time around we lost some big names with the likes of PokerStars Team Pros Daniel Negreanu and Chris Moneymaker being eliminated along with 2013 WSOP Main Event winner Ryan Reiss.
Most of the action concentrates on the feature table which included Jennifer Tilly, Ebony Kenney and Sam Greenwood but we are able to see other hands from other tables as well featuring the likes of PokerStars Team Pros Vanessa Selbst and George Danzer.
Selbst was looking to add to her $11 million in career earnings whilst Danzer at this point had no idea that he was going to win two bracelets at the World Series of Poker which was recently played out.
After some great action the day finishes with 215 players that advanced into Day 3, with the likes of British pair Max Silver and Sam Greenwood among the chip leaders and looking like they are in a good position to challenge for the first place payout of $1.8 million.
The prize pool for this event was set at a little more than $10 million after a field of 1,031 players originally took to their seats. This meant that more than 800 players have been eliminated so far and that the action is getting ever closer to revealing who that big winner ended up being.
The episode runs for around 50 minutes and gives us a great look at one of the most anticipated events on the poker calendar. So relax, sit back and enjoy some of the high quality poker that the PCA Main Event had on offer this year.
We will be returning with episode 3 as soon as PokerStars.tv release the coverage themselves so please keep coming back to have a look.