The Weekly Review: Canadian PCA Wrap-Up and Sunday Majors

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The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) wrapped up as we review the Canadian winners for the event. There is also a breakdown of the Canadian Sunday Briefing, outlining all the Canadian winners from last weekend.

Here is your Weekly Review for January 14 to 20, 2018:

Kruk Wins PCA $25K While Seymour Finishes Third

It was a miracle comeback for Christopher Kruk who made it heads up against Jonathan Jaffe. Jaffe started heads-up play with 180 big blinds to the seven big blinds of Kruk. After multiple double-ups, the heads-up match swung into Kruk’s favour and eventually Jaffe got it all in with pocket fours against the pocket jacks of Kruk. The board ran out true for Kruk and he won the pot and captured the victory for $836,350.

Another story in the tournament was the run of ex-NFL player Richard Seymour. Seymour has been a staple in the Bahamas the last couple of years and he made a deep run in this event. Seymour managed to make the final table, finishing third for $376,360 after his {a-}{9-} ran into the pocket queens of Jaffe.

For the full breakdown of the event please click on the link below.

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Canadians Escape the Cold for Four Wins in the Bahamas

A major poker tournament in the Bahamas in January is a good excuse for Canadians to leave the cold weather for a vacation. The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) gives players a week long poker festival from the Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

Bradley Ginet, with only his second tracked live tournament result managed to outlast the field in Event #10: $550 No Limit Hold’em for $17,485.

As previously outlined, Christopher Kruk was the second Canadian to win an event, winning the $25,000 High Roller for $836,350 and collecting three cashes throughout the festival.

Daniel Dvoress got a win in another $25,000 event winning $73,785. Only three players cashed the event, all Canadians, as Timothy Adams (second — $36,928) and Sam Greenwood (third — $34,487) rounded out the people paid in the event.

Alexandre Trudel rounded out the Canadians winners as he captured Event #26, the $330 bounty tournament. Along with a fist full of bounties, Trudel also collected $5,318. Trudel also finished sixth in a $550 tournament for $5,580 for a nice payday.

For the full breakdown of how Canadian players fared at the PCA please click on the link below.

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”Ewokwat” Chops Sunday Million for Big Score

The top victory of the week came in the form of the Sunday Million. Canadian “Ewokwat” managed to get to the remaining four players, and all four managed to agree to a deal. “Ewokwat” collected $100,200 as the chip leader at the time of the deal. He ended up finishing in fourth place, while “panda713” from the U.K. collected the victory along with $108,985..

Over on partypoker, the $215 Title Fight that features a $250,000 promise fell short of the guarantee with 1,143 entries. After the final card was dealt, it was Canada’s “Zaymovishka” who outlasted the field to collect the $42,625 first prize.

For the full breakdown of how Canadians fared in the Sunday majors, please click on the article linked below.

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