PCA 2014: Liv Boeree and Vaenssa Selbst heads up Team Pro last longer

There is $5,000 on the line, and two women get to determine who will play for it.

Last month, we told you about the 2014 PCA Team Pro last longer competition. A ridiculous number of you picked your favorite Team Pro from the list, and now those who picked Vanessa Selbst and Liv Boeree are heads up for a chance to play in a $5,000 freeroll.

Selbst currently is sitting in a better spot in terms of chips with about a 3-1 lead on Boeree, but the latter has been solid this entire event and is showing no signs of relenting. There is a very good chance this competition could stretch into Saturday.

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Vanessa Selbst

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Liv Boeree

Meanwhile Team Pros Marcel Luske, George Danzer, and Angel Guillen are still in the field. They're joined under the Red Spade flag by Team Online's Marc-Andre Ladouceur. They weren't part of the official last longer, but they're proudly leading the PokerStars charge toward the end of Day 3.

Want to keep track for yourself? Our coverage of the 2014 PCA is comprehensive on PokerStars Blog, and it is simple to follow. The PCA 2014 Main Event page has a box at the top in which you'll find hand-by-hand coverage and chip counts after the action commences at noon. Below that are feature pieces, interviews and analysis updated throughout the day. You can also follow the action on PCA Live.

Brad Willis is the PokerStars Head of Blogging