Day 5 at the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure was a short affair today in the Bahamas. Play began at noon EST with 24 players, and by 6 p.m. the final table of eight was set. Headlining the final table is Card Player’s CEO Barry Shulman (pictured right) . He will take 6,805,000 into the final table tomorrow. Shulman is in third chip-position and in a good spot to repeat the success he found in London when he won the World Series of Poker Europe main event and $1,266,582.The two players ahead of Shulman are the chip leader heading into tomorrow, Ryan D’Angelo (10,090,000), and Tyler Reiman (9,350,000). Reiman gained most of his chips in a huge hand he played against European Poker Tour founder John Duthie (see hand below). Duthie was crippled after the hand and busted out of the tournament in 12th place shortly thereafter. Other notable eliminations today included Robert Mizrachi (22nd place), Jeff Madsen (19th place), Praz Bansi (18th place), and Wayne Bentley (16th place), who had been among the chip leaders since day 1.The winner of tomorrow’s final table will take home $2.2 million, and each final-table contestant will take home at least $201,300. The final table will begin at noon EST tomorrow and Card Player will bring you live updates, chip counts, and photos throughout the day. You can also watch the final table on the EPT Live video feed .Final Table Chip Counts:Tyler Reiman — 10,090,000 Ryan D’Angelo — 9,350,000 Barry Shulman — 6,805,000 Harrison Gimbel — 6,000,000 Tom Koral — 5,370,000 Benjamin Zamani — 3,700,000 Zachary Goldberg — 2,340,000 Aage Ravn — 1,690,000Final-Table Payouts:1. $2,200,000 2. $1,750,000 3. $1,350,000 4. $1,000,000 5. $700,000 6. $450,000 7. $300,000 8. $201,300Day 5 Results:9 — Matthew Haugen — USA — $150,000 10 — Darren Keyes — USA — PokerStars qualifier — $150,000 11 — Dimitri Hefter — Germany — PokerStars qualifier — $130,000 12 — John Duthie — UK — Team PokerStars Pro — $130,000 13 — James Tolbert — USA — $115,000 14 — Richard Toth — Hungary — PokerStars qualifier — $115,000 15 — Bo Schultz — Denmark — PokerStars qualifier — $100,000 16 — Wayne Bentley — UK — PokerStars qualifier — $100,000 17 — Gijs Verheijen — Holland — PokerStars qualifier — $87,500 18 — Praz Bansi — UK — PokerStars player — $87,500 19 — Jeff Madsen — USA — PokerStars player — $87,500 20 — Tamas Lendvai — Hungary — PokerStars qualifier — $87,500 21 — Luc Greenwood — Canada — PokerStars player — $75,000 22 — Robert Mizrachi — USA — $75,000 23 — Jimmie Guinther — USA — PokerStars qualifier — $75,000 24 — Kenny Nguyen — USA — $75,000Here is a look at the highlights of the day as featured in CardPlayer.com’s live updates :Robert Mizrachi Eliminated in 23rd Place ($75,000)Tyler Reiman moved all in preflop, and Robert Mizrachi (pictured right) made the all-in call. Their cards:Reiman: J J Mizrachi: A KBoard: 9 4 3 5 3Reiman grew his stack close to 4 million after the hand, and Mizrachi was eliminated in 22nd place. He took home $75,000 in prize money.Jeff Madsen Eliminated in 19th Place ($87,500)Jeff Madsen moved all in under the gun for 700,000 and Aage Ravn made the call. Their cards:Ravn: 4 4 Madsen: A JBoard: K 9 7 5 9Madsen was eliminated on the hand in 19th place, and he will take home $87,500 in prize money.Praz Bansi Eliminated in 18th Place ($87,500)Praz Bansi (pictured left) moved all in preflop, and Tyler Reiman quickly made the call. Their cards:Bansi: A 9 Reiman: A ABoard: K Q J 5 5Bansi was eliminated on the hand in 18th place, and he will take home $87,500.Wayne Bentley Eliminated in 16th Place ($100,000)Tom Koral raised to 120,000 preflop, and Wayne Bentley made the call. The flop was dealt J 10 3 , and Bentley checked. Koral bet 160,000, and Bentley check-raised an additional 200,000. Koral reraised all in, and Bentley made the all-in call. Their cards:Koral: A A Bentley: K 10Turn and River: 6 and 6Bentley was eliminated on the hand in 16th place, and he will take home $100,000 in prize money.Barry Shulman Doubles UpBarry Shulman raised to 135,000 from the button, and Benjamin Zamani made the call from the big blind. The flop was dealt J 9 3 , and Zamani checked. Shulman bet 400,000, and Zamani reraised all in. Shulman made the all-in call for 2,155,000, and they flipped over their cards:Shulman: A Q Zamani: Q 10Turn and River: 4 and AShulman won the hand to double up, and he now holds 4.3 million.John Duthie Eliminated in 12th Place ($130,000)Ryan D’Angelo raised to 140,000 preflop, and Tyler Reiman made the call. Team PokerStars pro John Duthie (pictured right) raised it to 540,000, and D’Angelo mucked. Reiman reraised all in, and Duthie made the call to pump the pot up to 10 million. Their cards:Reiman: Q Q Duthie: A ABoard: Q 6 3 K 7Duthie counted out the 4,880,000 that he owed Reiman after the hand, and he was left with just 65,000. Duthie was all in on the next two hands, and he fell in the second hand, busting in 12th place ($130,000).
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