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What a wild 10 days it has been. And the 11th promises to be even wilder.

The inaugural PokerStars Championship Bahamas series comes to a close today, marked by the twin climaxes of the Main Event and $25K High Roller finales. In the latter we’ll be watching to see if Nick Petrangelo — chip leader at the end of both Day 1 and Day 2 — can pull off the trifecta and finish the most important of the three days on top.

Petrangelo has plenty of high rolling experience — including a couple of third-places in EPT high rollers in the not-so-distant past — but so do others among the final nine, with Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu among them.

And speaking of those with High Roller success — Bryn Kenney has already won two such tournaments in this series, and is the short stack but in the running to capture a third. Earlier in the series Kenney won the $50,000 Single-Day No-Limit Hold’em event, then followed that with another win in the $25K NL “Shot-Clockament.”

Here’s where everyone will be seated to start play today:










Seat Name Country Chips
1 Nick Petrangelo USA 1,960,000
2 Byron Kaverman USA 1,233,000
3 Stephen Chidwick UK 488,000
4 Daniel Negreanu Canada 382,000
5 Michael Rocco USA 1,533,000
6 Nacho Barbero Argentina 411,000
7 Mark Radoja Canada 651,000
8 Lucas Greenwood Canada 1,170,000
9 Bryn Kenney USA 186,000


The final nine

That’s all who remain from a 159-entry starting field. The bubble burst immediately after dinner last night, then over the rest of the evening the field whittled down from 23 to the final nine. Here’s where the cashers ended up:















10 Sam Greenwood Canada $75,960
11 Sergio Aido Spain $75,960
12 Daniel Dvoress Canada $66,220
13 Timothy Adams Canada $66,220
14 Salman Behbehani USA $60,380
15 Rocco Palumbo Italy $60,380
16 Anton Astapau Belarus $54,540
17 Davidi Kitai Belgium $54,540
18 Mustapha Kanit Italy $49,080
19 Sergi Reixach Spain $49,080
20 Orpen Kisacikoglu Turkey $49,080
21 Phil Laak USA $45,180
22 Shyam Srinivasan Canada $45,180
23 Nenad Medic Canada $45,180

And here’s a reminder of what’s left on the table:










1     $905,760
2     $613,540
3     $409,020
4     $335,020
5     $268,780
6     $208,400
7     $154,260
8     $113,360
9     $90,380

Stick close to see who captures the top prize and first ever PokerStars Championship $25K High Roller trophy.


Nine players, one trophy

For live updates from the $25K High Roller, visit PokerNews.

Take a look at the official website of PokerStars LIVE, with tournament schedule, news, results and accommodation details for the PokerStars Championship Bahamas and all other Festival and Championship events.

Also all the information is on the PokerStars LIVE App, which is available on both Android or IOS.

Martin Harris is Freelance Contributor to the PokerStars Blog.

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