Charlie Carrel of United Kingdom is leading with chips in PokerStars $100,000 Super High Roller Bahamas. Carrel has total 3,710,000 chip counts with him at Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.
Carrel did great last year, when he made three final tables in Amsterdam and came third in €10K buy-in Single day high Roller and finished second in €50K Super High Roller.
Total seven players are remaining in the business and they will fight the battle on day 2 of the game. Dan Colman of United States is at second place with total 2,600,000 chip counts.
The Super High Roller received 41 entries from most of the popular players of the world, out of which 13 were re-entrants. Players like Daniel Negreanu, Jason Mercier, Bill Perkins and Kevin Hart were participates, but they didn’t have their seat booked for championship title and got busted earlier than that.
Players who have made sure their involvement at final table already locked up for a minimum $275,060.
Bryn Kenney of the United States will play tomorrow and will have an eye on the title. He has 740,000 chip counts with him. Though he is very low as per chips are concerned.
Next to him Byron Kaverman, another US pro who has total 970,000 chip counts with him. Connor Drinan is also inside the game with his total 1,455,000 chip counts. He is at fifth place according to his chips.
Charlie Carrel is leading the chart with total 3,710,000 points, Dan Colman of United States following Carrel with total 2,600,000 points for second place, while Jason Koon of the US is at third place with total 2,305,000 chip counts.
Canadian Daniel Dvoress is ready to prove that he can make a difference when a game like this is at shot. Dvoress did great to sum up with total 1,640,000 chip counts.
Remaining Seven Players of PokerStars $100K Super High Roller Bahamas:-
Charlie Carrel United Kingdom 3,710,000
Dan Colman United States 2,600,000
Jason Koon United States 2,305,000
Daniel Dvoress Canada 1,640,000
Connor Drinan United States 1,455,000
Byron Kaverman United States 970,000
Bryn Kenney United States 740,000
The winner of the tournament will collect a whopping $1,650,300 as winning prize, whereas the runner-up would get an enormous winning share of amount $1,191,900.
Third position holder will receive ($759,660), fourth will take home ($576,300), fifth will take ($445,320), sixth finisher will collect ($340,540), while seventh finisher will get ($275,060)