Pascal Lefrancois leads the pack after Day 2 of the 2014 PCA $10K Main event ended at the Atlantis Casino in Bahamas. The PokerStars Caribean Adventure(PCA) Main event attracted a total of 1031 entries making a prize pool of $10 M, the lion’s share of $1,820,420 will be won by the winner.
153 players will finish in the money and Lefrancois winded a good Day 2 with 412,000 chips. The French Canadian who has to his credit a 2012 WSOP Bracelet had an upward swing all day and accummulated chips as the levels passed. Others joining him on top of the chip stacks include Sam Greenwood (402,500),Matt Berkey (402,500), Roger Teska (369,000), and Brian Altman(362,100).
John Dibella who won the 2012 PCA Main event is also amongst the top chip stacks with 293,600 chips. Some notable names who failed to make Day 3 include John Juanda, Joseph Cheong, Dan O’Brien,Daniel Negreanu, Robert Mizrachi, Dominik Nitsche, Philipp Gruissem,Ryan Riess, and Jake Cody. 234 players will start Day 3 and the money bubble is expected to burst when play resumes in about 12 hours.