Cary Katz moved all in for his last 108,000 from middle position. Stephen Chidwick was next to act and he thought for a moment before moving all in over the top for about 250,000 total. Noah Schwartz went into the tank, but ultimately decided to throw his hand away. The rest of the table folded, allowing the two active players to table their cards.
The board came out , keeping Chidwick's sevens in the lead. Katz took his leave from the tournament area and Chidwick brought his stack up to around 365,000.
Jake Schindler, Stephen Chidwick, and Olivier Busquet will be reentering the event, while Brandon Steven and Ilya Bulychev are joining the field for the first time, bringing the total field size to 66 entries with 44 players remaining.
Day 2 of the 2015 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100,000 Super High Roller is here. After yesterday's Day 1 say a field of 61 total entries generated (48 unique players and 13 reentries), 39 advanced. Leading the pack was Sam Greenwood with an impressive seven-figure stack of 1.073 million, and he's trailed by Mike McDonald and Andrew Robl.
With registration still open until the start of play today, the number of entries is sure to grow and continue to increase the record that has already been set. The previous record for this event was 2013's version with 47 unique players and 12 reentries for 59 total entries.
Day 1's play saw Dan Shak and Bill Perkins both fire three bullets into the prize pool, but only Perkins survived to the end of the night. Shak can still reenter for a fourth time, and if he does he'll be aiming for his fourth consecutive final table in this event.
Speaking of the man who finished in second place on the leaderboard, McDonald had a rather strenuous day, and we're not talking about poker. He was involved in two prop bets that tested his physical fitness. The first one saw him attempt to perform 300 air squats in one hour. He did that quite easily, and then spoke to Remko Rinkema about it all in the video below:
Later on in the day, McDonald was tasked to perform 350 push-ups in one hour, but he ultimately fell short of the goal when he could only pump out 323 — still an impressive number. Needless to say, he might be a little bit sore today for Day 2.
Other notables still remaining are Bryn Kenney, Erik Seidel, Jason Mercier, Jason Koon, Paul Newey, and Daniel Negreanu.
The cards are set to be in the air at 12 p.m. local time, and you can find continued coverage from the event right here on PokerNews, so stay tuned!