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The second edition of the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) is under way at the Baha Mar Resort in the Bahamas. And here’s where we take a look at the PSPC in numbers.

We’ll be updating this page with all the key stats and results as the tournament progresses. You can also see below how the huge number of Platinum Pass winners fared, taking on the pros.

Also check out the nationality breakdown below.

OVERALL PSPC STATS

Entries: 1,014
Prize pool: $24,843,000
Places paid: 175

Click for the full PSPC prize schedule. Top eight prizes are as follows:

1 – $4,053,200
2 – $2,542,300
3 – $1,911,200
4 – $1,551,300
5 – $1,251,500
6 – $1,001,200
7 – $801,000
8 – $621,300

PLATINUM PASS WINNERS PROGRESS

There were 418 Platinum Pass winners at the start of play. In all, 69 Platinum Pass winners made the money.

Platinum Pass winners cashing: 69
Platinum Pass winners cash total: $7,841,190

NATIONALITY STATISTICS

As is customary at PokerStars events in the Bahamas, the biggest contingent of players in the PSPC came from the United States. Here’s the nationalities piechart, with the full breakdown below.

The nationality breakdown at the PSPC

265 – USA
132 – Spain
105 – France
87 – Canada
64 – Germany
60 – United Kingdom
43 – Brazil
18 – Austria
17 – Portugal
16 – Romania
14 – Ireland, Russia
13 – Italy
12 – Argentina, Hungary
11 – Bulgaria
10 – Netherlands
8 – Lithuania
6 – Belgium, Poland, Ukraine
5 – Belarus, Finland, Norway, Peru
4 – Australia, Colombia, Denmark, India, Sweden, Switzerland
3 – Greece, Latvia, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela
2 – Azerbaijan, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lebanon, Mexico, Moldova, New Zealand, Taiwan
1 – Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, China, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Malta, Panama, Philippines, Serbia, Slovenia, South Korea, Uruguay, Vietnam.

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