Hart Falls, Carrel Leads PokerStars Championship Bahamas Super High Roller Final Seven


With Anton Astapau, Timothy Adams, Pascal Lefrancois and defending champion Bryn Kenney signing up before the start of play on Day 2, the PokerStars Championship Bahamas $100,000 Super High Roller closed registration with 54 entries, 41 unique players and a total of 13 reentries.

Timothy Adams and Bill Perkins were the biggest contributors to subsidize to the $5,239,080 prize pool with $300,000 each. Both wouldn’t make it count as they busted well before the money was reached. Timothy Adams found himself shoving short with pocket nines. Steve O’Dwyer, who won the $50,000 Single-Day here in The Bahamas last year, called with ace-jack and outflopped his rival. No nine on the turn or river for Adams and he parted ways with his stack and hopes of winning the tournament. Bill Perkins was just as unlucky — he started out as one of the shorter stacks and never got things working out for him.

Hart flopped an ace but Colman hit a backdoor straight to send him packing

Adams and Perkins started out with a below-average stacks and did not make runs at it, but neither did the two players that started out on top. Nick Petrangelo, who had played like a bull on Day 1 according to Daniel Negreanu, started with over three times starting stack but busted well before the dinner break. He got it in with pocket kings in a pot worth well over 1 million, only to see Connor Drinan turn over pocket aces. Drinan, who had overtaken the lead from Petrangelo just before that pot, saw his hand hold up and send the Day 1 chip leader to the rail.

Steve O’Dwyer, who started out second in chips, wouldn’t last much longer either. He hadn’t great deal of chips anymore when he faced a decision to wager it all or not. Daniel Dvoress had pushed all in and O’Dwyer called it off with ace-ten. Dvoress had pocket jacks …

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