PCA or the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure drew over 148 poker players for the NLH 8-Max High Roller Event of $ 25000 buyin. Several popular poker pros took part at the championship but at the end, it is Leonid Bilokur who emerged as a champion.
For the 9 long hours of play, 6 players from the 8 finalist players went out one by one the final table only giving the Canadian Jonathan Duhamel and the Ukrainian Leonid Bilokur in the head’s up. Leonid Bilokur has taken on his opponent and seizes the award and gained over a million dollars. Behind Bilokur and the Ukrainian $ 1134930, there are Isaac Haxton with his $ 380730 and Jonathan Duhamel with $ 634550 followed by.
The last 5 positions are taken by Randy Lew with $ 108780, Michael Telkes with his$ 145040, Govert Metaal ($ 181300), Nicolas Fierro ($ 217560) and Jason Koon ($ 271950).
But the tough man of this visit to the Bahamas of the European Poker Tour is Jonathan Duhamel, the Canadian poker pro who was gave four cashes at the final tables of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2012. Indeed, the Canadian bagged $ 1205970 in just a week after he made his 4th position in the $ 100000 Super High Roller NLH ($ 313600), a 5th position in the $ 5000 NLH 8 Max Turbo ($ 17990), a 1st position in the $ 5000 NLH 8 Max ($ 239830) and a 2nd position in the $ 25000 NLH 8 Max High Roller ($ 634550).
With this brilliant functioning, the Canadian champ of the WSOP Main Event of the year 2010 noted his return in poker championships after a tough season in which Duhamel lost some money and his WSOP bracelet as a effect of the home-jacking of his mansion in Boucherville.