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(pokernews.com)- Day 3 of the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $5,300 Main Event came to a close Monday night after another five levels of play took place. Coming into the day, Brazil’s Leonardo Pires led the pack, and he kept his position moving forward to Day 4. He bagged up 2.095 million in chips.
There were 73 players remaining after Day 3.
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Top 10 Day 3 Chip Counts
The field returned with 195 competitors left from a 928-player field. The top 135 paid out, and it wasKnut Karnapp from Germany who finished as the “bubble boy.”
Others that advanced to Day 4 and will join Pires are Phillip McAllister, Ami Barer, Jason Koon,Jason Mercier, Martin McCormick, Fedor Holz, Matt Waxman, and Tony Gregg.
Day 4 will see the players return at 12 p.m. local time, and the plan will be to play down to 16 players or as announced by the tournament staff at the beginning of the day.
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