2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

$1,100 BSOP Bahamas Main Event
Tage: 3
Event Info

2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure

Finales Ergebnis
Gewinner Hand
Event Info
Level Info
60,000 / 120,000
Spieler Info - Tag 3
Verbleibende Spieler

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Level 19 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

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Moolhuizen Takes From Rudolph

Level 19 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

The action was picked up in a heads-up pot with roughly 55,000 in the middle on a flop showing {10-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{3-Spades}. Mateusz Moolhuizen checked from the big blind over to Christian Rudolph in the hijack who bet out 42,000.

Moolhuizen took a moment before putting in a check-raise to 85,000 and Rudolph went into the tank. After close to 30 seconds of thought, Rudolph reluctantly let his hand go and the chips were sent to Moolhuizen.

Meanwhile on the other tables, Francisco Caballo Pena, Andras Nemeth, Tamer Alkamli and Blake Anderson were eliminated.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Christian Rudolph de
Christian Rudolph
990,000 16,000
Mateusz Moolhuizen nl
Mateusz Moolhuizen
655,000 252,000
Francisco Caballo Pena us
Francisco Caballo Pena
Andras Nemeth hu
Andras Nemeth
Blake Anderson us
Blake Anderson
Tamer Alkamli ca
Tamer Alkamli

Tags: Andras NemethBlake AndersonChristian RudolphFrancisco Caballo PenaMateusz MoolhuizenTamer Alkamli

Pruneau Triples Through Hoedemaker and Barnes

Level 19 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Alexandre Pruneau shoved his last 107,000 into the middle and Micha Hoedemaker called from the cutoff before Allan Barnes shoved from the big blind with more. Hoedemaker took a while to think about it, but it was too much and he got out of the way. Action was heads up and Pruneau at was risk.

Alexandre Pruneau: {k-Clubs}{10-Clubs}
Allan Barnes: {a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}

The board ran out {k-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds}{10-Spades}{5-Spades} and Pruneau turned the pair of tens to catch up to Barnes and secure the double.

Elsewhere in the room, Adel Naoun and Erik Schaeffer are out of the tournament.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Allan Barnes ca
Allan Barnes
534,000 -88,000
Micha Hoedemaker nl
Micha Hoedemaker
443,000 -99,000
Alexandre Pruneau ca
Alexandre Pruneau
107,000 5,000
Adel Naoun fr
Adel Naoun
Eric Schaeffer us
Eric Schaeffer

Tags: Adel NaounAlexandre PruneauAllan BarnesErik SchaefferMicha Hoedemaker

Pena Takes an Early Pot

Level 19 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Francisco Caballo Pena opened the action from the hijack to 20,000 and only Satish Surapaneni made the call in the big blind.

The dealer fanned out a flop of {k-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} and Surapaneni check-called a bet of 20,000 from Pena. On the {a-Diamonds} turn both players slowed down with a check to the {10-Hearts} river.

Surapaneni checked a third time and Pena took a moment before cutting out a bet of 43,000. Surapaneni asked for a count, but in the end, made the fold and the early pot was shipped to Pena.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Satish Surapaneni us
Satish Surapaneni
260,000 -60,000
Francisco Caballo Pena us
Francisco Caballo Pena
225,000 49,000

Tags: Francisco Caballo PenaSatish Surapaneni

Alkamli Doubles Through Anderson

Level 19 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Tamer Alkamli was all in for his last 72,000 and Blake Anderson was the one to put him at risk. The cards were turned up and the dealer was ready to go.

Tamer Alkamli: {q-Hearts}{q-Clubs}
Blake Anderson: {k-Clubs}{j-Spades}

The board ran out {8-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{6-Clubs} and the queens held for Alkamli to secure the double.

Meanwhile, Leandro Ruy made an early exit from the tournament.

Spieler Chips Fortschritt
Tamer Alkamli ca
Tamer Alkamli
149,000 57,000
Blake Anderson us
Blake Anderson
102,000 -82,000
Leandro Ruy br
Leandro Ruy

Tags: Blake AndersonLeandro RuyTamer Alkamli

Shuffle Up and Deal!

Level 19 : 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Cards are now in the air for Day 3 of the $1,100 BSOP Bamahas Main Event. There are currently 37 players in the tournament and they will play down to a winner.

Level: 19

Blinds: 5,000/10,000

Ante: 10,000

Final Day of The BSOP Bahamas Main Event Kicks Off at 1 p.m.

Sriharsha Doddapaneni
Sriharsha Doddapaneni

After 10 long levels of play on Day 2 of the $1,100 Brazilian Series of Poker (BSOP) Bahamas Main Event at the 2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, the final 37 players are set to battle it out for PCA gold. The event started with 460 runners to create a prize pool of $466,200 with the winner taking home $86,650.

Leading the pack is Sriharsha Doddapaneni who had a late night surge to sky rocket his stack to 1,087,000 in chips. Christian Rudolph trailed in second with 974,000, while Maria Konnikova finished with 773,000 in third. Elliot Smith and Allan Barnes rounded out the top five with 648,000 and 622,000, respectively.

The other big stacks from the top ten include Paul Dewald, Steven Fandozzi, Brunno Botteon, Ludovic Geilich, and Micha Hoedemaker.

2023 BSOP Bahamas Main Event Top Ten Day 2 Chip Counts

RankNameCountryChip CountDay 3 Big Blinds
1Sriharsha DoddapaneniIndia1,087,000109
2Christian RudolphGermany974,00097
3Maria KonnikovaUSA773,00077
4Elliot SmithCanada648,00065
5Allan BarnesCanada622,00062
6Paul DewaldUSA595,00060
7Steven FandozziUSA591,00059
8Brunno BotteonBrazil590,00059
9Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom576,00058
10Micha HoedemakerNetherlands542,00054

Many notables joined the field on Day 2 and some who couldn't find a deep run included PokerStars Ambassadors Fintan Hand and Parker Talbot, as well as PCA regulars Chino Rheem and Ryan Riess. Benjamin Spragg was among the PokerStars Ambassadors to join the action and found his way into the money, but hit the rail when his jack-ten couldn't hold up against the dominated ten-five.

Remaining Payouts


Players will return at 1 p.m. local time in Level 19 with blinds at 5,000/10,000/10,000 and they will play down until a winner is crowned. There will be a 20-minute break every two levels and a dinner break has not yet been scheduled.

Be sure to keep it with the PokerNews team all week long for live updates from the floor of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure at Baha Mar Resort in The Bahamas.

Tags: Allan BarnesBenjamin SpraggChino RheemChristian RudolphElliot SmithFintan HandLudovic GeilichMaria KonnikovaMicha HoedemakerParker TalbotPaul DewaldRyan RiessSriharsha DoddapaneniSteven Fandozzi

$1,100 BSOP Bahamas Main Event

Tag 3 begonnen

Day 3 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Dinesh AltSwitzerland216,00022
12Andras NemethHungary98,00010
13Elliot SmithCanada648,00065
14Maria HoUSA366,00037
15Sebastian Toro HenaoColombia252,00025
16Tamas AdamszkyHungary272,00027
17Steven FandozziUSA591,00059
21Blake AndersonUSA184,00018
22Allan BarnesCanada622,00062
23Andrew ChenCanada200,00020
24Alexandre PruneauCanada102,00010
25Brunno BotteonBrazil590,00059
26Micha HoedemakerNetherlands542,00054
27Jeffrey SnookCanada60,0006
28Maria KonnikovaUSA773,00077
31Jose SeverinoPanama360,00036
32Alexandre RaymondCanada170,00017
33Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom576,00058
34Adel NaounFrance139,00014
36Vicente DelgadoSpain300,00030
37Eric SchaefferUSA186,00019
38Christian RudolphGermany974,00097
41Jonathan LittleUSA325,00033
42Paul DewaldUSA595,00060
43Satish SurapaneniUSA320,00032
44Lukas ChiciakCanada311,00031
45Andrew WilsonUnited Kingdom443,00044
46Sriharsha DoddapaneniIndia1,087,000109
47Francisco Caballo PenaUSA176,00018
48Iliodoros KamatakisGreece335,00034
51Tamer AlkamliCanada92,0009
52Dmitriy ReznikovRussia441,00044
54Leandro RuyBrazil16,0002
55Katie LindsayCanada410,00041
56Martin JohnstoneUnited Kingdom381,00038
57Mateusz MoolhuizenNetherlands403,00040
58Guillermo SanzSpain506,00051