ANZPT Adelaide: Nearing the money

The dreaded bubble approaches! We've got 21 players left, and only 18 of them will get paid. You do the math: it means three of them will go home empty-handed.

None of that should concern Bruno Potaro, who has moved into the lead with 430,000 in chips. James Broom has found his second wind, and currently lying second with 395,000, just ahead of Tian Shou, a PokerStars Supernova Elite, with 390,000.


Tian Shou is either astounded at all his chips or trying to get the attention of a waitress

At the other end of the chip table sits PokerStars sponsored Celina Lin and qualifier Mon Kapp, the only ladies left in the event.

Another player finding himself a little short is PokerStars-sponsored Tony Hachem, who is at least talking up his chances and entertaining his table.