PCA US$ 25000 High Roller: Dustin Johns tops stacked pack on Day 1

We all know that the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure US$ 25000 High Roller is one of the most stacked tournaments of the year. This year is also not different at all. Following the Day 1, US player Dustin Johns guide the path with 298100 in chips. He was followed by World Poker Tour champs Olivier Busquet and Jared Jaffee. The 1st day of this tournament attracted a total of two-hundred-fourteen participants, with late registration open till the beginning of Day 2.
Olivier, who also got hold of the €50000 Super High Roller at the EPT Barcelona for €896434 in the year 2014 after defeating his good buddy Daniel Colman heads up, had a stellar day and he bag up 257400 while he is in planning for a 6-figure MMA match against JC Alvarado.
Brian Yoon, the 2 time WSOP bracelet winner got 294000 after having held the chip lead for most of the day. Brian defeated Georgios Sotiropoulos with queens to ace-king, and after that put him at the top. Faraz Jaka, who ended 3rd in the PCA Main Event in the year 2012, ended with 254900, whereas 4-time WPT chap Marvin Rettenmaier will have 190,100 to Day 2.


Former NFL player, 7-time Pro Bowler, as well as 3-time Super Bowl champ Richard Seymour played on Day 1 as well, but after breaking in the last level he had to reenter. Seymour had backing from former New England Patriots teammate, Vince Wilfork (current Houston Texans player), who came to be on his friend’s side numerous times. Seymour survived the day and would return tomorrow to go after a position at the final table.