Welcome to the Final Day of the 2016 WSOPC Caribbean Main Event

The most important day of the 2016 World Series of Poker Circuit Caribbean festival at the Casino Royale is about to kick off in half an hour from now at 3.30 p.m. local time. The final day of the $1,675 Main Event kicks off along with Day 2 of the $365 NLHE Event #32 and the final ring event will then start as of

Both Day 1 chip leaders are still in and Event #16 champion Jean-Luc Adam claimed 1,135 thus far, while Luca Giovannone made it through with 297,000. Daniel Wojcik (876,000) and Timothy Cavallin (876,000).

Walter Treccarichi follows in fourth place overnight with 572,000 and the other finalists icnlude Paul Benichou (547,000), Nicolas Salas (442,000), two-time WSOPC Caribbean ring event winner Martin Ryan (350,000), Ian Gavlick (232,000), Howard Cheng A June (176,000), Charlie Ciresi (136,000) and the last woman standing Vaea Profit (54,000).

All 12 finalists have already locked up $6,300 for their efforts with $84,000 up top. Adam and Ryan are still in the run for the Casino Champion ranking. Besides the Main Event winner, the player with the most points acquired during the entire festival will also be sent to the $1 Million added WSOP Championship next year. Ryan currently leads with 100 points and Adam is in second with 75 points, this doesn’t include any points for the Main Event yet with 12 left.

Main Event Day 3 Seat Assignments

Table Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 1 Ian Gavlick USA 232,000
1 2 Nicolas Salas France 442,000
1 3
1 4
1 5 Timothy Cavallin Barbados 794,000
1 6 Luca Giovannone Italy 297,000
1 7 Charlie Ciresi USA 136,000
1 8 Daniel Wojcik USA 876,000
2 1 Howard Cheng A June Sint Maarten 176,000
2 2 Paul Benichou Guadeloupe 547,000
2 3 Martin Ryan Trinidad & Tobago 350,000
2 4
2 5 Walter Treccarichi Italy 572,000
2 6 Jean-Luc Adam France 1,135,000
2 7
2 8 Vaea Profit Sint Maarten 54,000
Will Martin Ryan win a third event?

Will Martin Ryan win a third event?

 

Below are the points still up for grabs in the Main Event:

1st – guaranteed seat

2nd – 50 points

3rd – 45 points

4th – 40 points

5th – 37.5 points

6th – 35 points

7th – 30 points

8th – 27.5 points

9th – 25 points

Remaining 20% of those in the money – 20 points

Remaining 30% of those in the money – 10 points

Remaining 50% of those in the money – 5 points

Yesterday’s $365 NLHE Event #32 gathered a field of 96 entries. After 14 levels of 30 minutes each, only 20 participants bagged up and the top 12 spots will get paid. A min-cash is worth $620 while the winner takes home $8,620. Ramon Rotardier from Martinique claimed the top spot overnight with 130,400, Arman Bosnakyan follows in second place with 99,600 and Charles Puglisi in third with 86,100. Action will also recommence at 3.30 p.m. local time before the final ring event then kicks off at 6 p.m. local time with a $365 NLHE one-day turbo, the levels last 20 minutes each and the starting stack is 10,000.

Event #35 Structure Sheet

Event #32 Payout Information

Event #32 Day 2 Seating Chart

Table Seat Player Country Chip Count
10 1 Robert Cheung Canada 51,800
10 2 Ramon Rotardier Martinique 130,400
10 3 Gerard Henry Martinique 76,000
10 4 Joe Gowder USA 30,700
10 5 Joseph Louisia Martinique 68,400
10 6 Robert Taylor USA 20,000
10 7 Dietmar Wapp Austria 38,800
         
14 2 Mark Ali Trinidad & Tobago 56,000
14 3 Arman Bosnakyan Canada 99,600
14 4 John Yocca USA 47,100
14 5 Christopher Staats USA 65,300
14 6 Olivier Robveille Sint Maarten 40,400
14 7 Jason Rivkin USA 79,000
         
15 1 Vincent Distribue France 46,600
15 2 Charles Puglisi USA 86,100
15 3 William Hicks USA 26,200
15 4 Christophe Bouziane France 18,900
15 5 Craig Rubinstein USA 84,100
15 6 Dany Bailleux Sint Maarten 39,000
15 7 Brian Le Canada 44,400

 

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