Welcome to Day 3 of the $3,000 Mystery Bounty event at the 2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, where David Peters leads the final 22 players into the final day of action at the beautiful Baha Mar Resort in The Bahamas. Every player remaining is guaranteed at least $8,100 plus bounties, with the champion taking home $239,658.
Peters bagged the chip lead ahead of Andy Wilson after 12 hours of action and hundreds of mystery bounty cards changing hands. Michael Uguccioni sits in third, ahead of Bulgarians Petar Kalev and Yuliyan Kolev. The other seven-figure stacks are held by Canadians Sebastien Aube and Luc Lafontaine, with Mauricio Sanchez, Kitty Kuo and Samuel Cobian rounding out the top 10.
Final Three Tables
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||3||Roman Timergazin||Russian Federation||495,000||12|
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|2||2||David Stamm||United States||820,000||21|
|2||7||Samuel Cobian||United States||1,010,000||25|
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|3||3||Matthew Lambrecht||United States||560,000||14|
|3||4||Andy Wilson||United Kingdom||1,960,000||49|
|3||8||David Peters||United States||2,190,000||55|
The PCA trophy is not the only big prize in play, as two of the top bounty prizes are also still on the board. A single top prize of $100,000 and a second prize of $40,000 remain among the 42 bounties yet to be claimed heading into Day 3.
Play is scheduled to resume at 12:00 p.m. local time, with blinds on Level 27 at 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 big blind ante. The levels will continue to be 40 minutes in length, with 15-minute breaks after every three levels until the final hand is dealt.
Don’t miss a moment of the action, as the PokerNews team has you covered all the way until the latest champion is crowned in The Bahamas.
Alexandre PruneauAndy WilsonDavid PetersDavid StammGeorge JamesJerome BrionJustin SteinbrennerKayhan MokriKitty KuoLuc LafontaineMatthew LambrechtMauricio SanchezMichael UguccioniPedro GusmaoPetar KalevPokerStarsPokerStars Caribbean AdventureRafael MoraesRoman TimergazinRui BouquetSamuel CobianSebastien AubeYuliyan Kolev