2007 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

2007 PCA: Ryan Daut wins $1.5 million in PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Anyone who started the final table today had to be looking at Isaac Haxton's chip stack and thinking, "Well, what am I going to do up against that?" Haxton had around half the chips in play.As it turned out, there was, indeed, a way to win, and Ryan Daut figured it out. over the course of the day,...more

by Brad Willis on January 10, 2007 11:33 PM

2007 PCA: World Championship of Battleship Poker

The second annual World Championship of Battleship Poker was an even bigger success than the first event. Sixty-four people signed up and there was a waiting list a mile long. Big name pros like Joe Hachem, Greg Raymer, Barry Greenstein, Mimi Tran, and Robert Williamson all played in the event, bu...more

by Brad Willis on January 10, 2007 10:21 PM

2007 PCA: Final Table Live Blog

Click refresh here to see the lastest updates of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure final table Note, as we are outside, internet access is spotty at best out here. If we disappear for a bit, that's why. Current blinds: 100,000/200,000/20,0006:05pm--It's over. Ryan Daut wins. He pushes with AdTh ...more

by Brad Willis on January 10, 2007 3:01 PM

2007 PCA: Day 4 Ends

Here are the final six players going to the WPT televised final table.Isaac Haxton -- 9,216,000Isaac Haxton is 21 and on a break from Brown University while he plays poker. Over the last two days, Haxton has played big stack poker, and in his words, "hit every flop." Haxton currently has around ha...more

by Brad Willis on January 9, 2007 11:53 PM

2007 PCA: Day 4

Due to issues with Blogger.com, the publishing client that powers the PokerStars Blog, we have been unable to publish the live blog of Day 4. We are working to resolve the issue. In the meantime, here are the final six players left in the 2007 PCA and their chip counts:Issac Haxton $ 9,216,000 Jo...more

by Brad Willis on January 9, 2007 11:30 PM

Day 4: Not-so-live blog

We spent Day 4 running around the poker room keeping up with the action. We couldn't bring it to you live because our content publishing provider decided it was a good time to go out for a powder. While we hated we couldn't bring it to you live, here's how we got from 16 down to six.***Everything ...more

by Brad Willis on January 9, 2007 11:29 PM

2007 PCA: Isaac Haxton holds chip lead going into Day 4

Isaac Haxton says he's doing "reasonably well." That's a bit of an understatement if you're talking about his chip stack (he was actually talking about his state of mind). Right now, he has a commanding lead over the remaining 16 players in the field. Not bad for a guy who's only been playing No-Lim...more

by Brad Willis on January 9, 2007 2:24 AM

2007 PCA: End of Day 3 Chip Counts

Isaac Haxton 3,754,000Jon Little 2,084,000Robert Mizrachi 1,798,000Antonio Ribeiro 1,532,000Robert Ford 1,313,000Ryan Daut 1,226,000Scott Clements 1,060,000Justin Bonomo 1,052,000Paul Lui 807,000Frank Rusnak 806,000Jon Friedberg 792,000Joe Marcal 629,000Erik Riise 620,000Mario Silvestri 548,000Luis ...more

by Brad Willis on January 9, 2007 2:11 AM

2007 PCA: Day 3 Live Blog

For Day 3, Ed, Michelle, and I will be live blogging the event from the poker room. Click refresh to see the latest updates. See the links above for starting chip counts and payout structures.8:57pm--End of Day 3 Chip CountsIsaac Haxton 3,754,000Jon Little 2,084,000Robert Mizrachi 1,798,000Antonio...more

by Brad Willis on January 8, 2007 5:18 PM

2007 PCA: Day 2 ends

There are many kinds of victory in a poker tournament. There are those folks who worry about making it through the first day. There are other players who worry about cashing. Finally, there are the champions who look no closer than a first place finish. Over the past two days we have satisfied t...more

by Brad Willis on January 8, 2007 2:26 AM
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