Online pro Chris Oliver leads Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure Main Event after day three
Chris Oliver is at the top as he holds an impressive 3.6 million in chips which is 1.4 million more than his nearest competitor Max Lehmanski.
Oliver hasn`t played many live tournaments so this rise to the top is very interesting to see even though he did say that getting to the final table isn`t enough for him, he is here to win.
He used all of his aggression and put maximum pressure on his rivals and those who were brave enough to look him up soon found out that he was able to come from behind as well.
As the day ends there are only 48 players left fighting for the main prize of $2.3 million which continues in 15 hours when play resumes.
Adam Geyer, the leader from day two put his stack to good use but it didn`t help him as he ended the day in 42nd place with just 435,000 chips.
Another player that is eager to win is Team PokerStars Pro Chris Moneymaker, who has gathered $1.6 million which is a big rise from yesterday.
It's hard to believe that there is only four days left until a winner is crowned but it might go faster than expected as officials were forced to stop day three just nine hours in since the game was moving too quickly with 48 players left.
Action is set to kick off again at 12:00 EST and end of play will see just 24 players remaining.