Wednesday, January 12, 2011



Day 4 is in the books at the PCA Main in the Bahamas. 22 players will head into competion Thursday - they will be playing down to the final table.

Ana Marquez owns the chip lead - she is the last woman standing.

But it's the second place player that is getting all the buzz. 2003 WSOP Main Event champion Chris Moneymaker is on track to become a early candidate for feel good story of the year. The focus will squarely be on Moneymaker once Day 5 starts.

Mike Sowers and Sam Stein are two other big names currently in the top 10.

Here are the chip counts heading into Thursday's play...

Ana Marquez Spain 3805000
Chris Moneymaker USA 3765000
Dmitriy Stelmak Russia 3340000
Chris Oliver USA 3275000
Mike Sowers USA 3180000
Sam Stein USA 3085000
Bolivar Palacios Panama 2875000
Philippe Plouffe Canada 2480000
Marty Mathis USA 2385000
Galen Hall USA 2305000
Michael Pesek USA 2260000
Rafael Golka Germany 2220000
Bryan Colin USA 1925000
Anton Ionel Romania 1670000
Walid Bou-Habib Lebanon 1665000
Gregory Baksic Canada 1415000
Grayson Ramage USA 1160000
Calvin Anderson USA 980000
Max Weinberg USA 860000
Shayne Khanna Canada 720000
Joel Patchell USA 650000
James St. Hilaire USA 600000

World Series of Poker Circuit Regional Championship
WSOPC Atlantic City Regional
December 19-22, 2010

Harrah's Atlantic City
Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA

Buy-in: $10,000
Prizepool: $1,279,624
Entries: 136

Defending champion: Harrison Gimbel

1st place 140
2nd place 90
3rd place 60
4th place 50
5th place 45
6th place 40
7th place 40
8th place 25
9th place 25
10th place 25
11th place 25
12th place 23
13th place 23
14th place 23
15th place 23
16th place 20
17th place 20
18th place 20

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