PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Episode 4 (vid)

Bahamas beach has done the right thing and recently added the fourth episode of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event coverage, allowing us all to get our poker juices flowing once again. As usual there are many big names taking part and each of them left in the field are now targeting a final table appearance and the possibility of a well sought after title.

The PCA is one of the most popular poker tournaments over the world for both players and fans alike. It is held every January and attracts the world’s very best players who want to enjoy poker, sun and the exotic lifestyle of the Caribbean.

This episode sees the likes of Thomas Hall, Antonio Esfandiari, Ole Schemion, Roger Teska, Mike McDonald, Davidi Kitai, John Dibella and PokerStars Team Pros Vanessa Selbst, Jason Mercier and Liv Boerre all competing against each other in an attempt to reach the better cash outs in the event.

In total there are 151 of the original 1,031 players that start on this episode with James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton once again providing the commentary. The episode continues on where the last episode did on Day 3.

The action concentrates on the feature table that includes Vanessa Selbst, Ole Schemion, Antonio Esfandiari and Thomas Hall but does also flick over to other big hands that are played out on other tables.

As soon as the coverage begins we get to witness a number of early eliminations as the field straight away gets involved in some high class poker action. Without wanting to spoil it, many of them are big names too.

The episode is around 50 minutes long and is packed with some superb action form some of the games most well known poker professionals. So grab a drink, some snacks and turn the volume up loud before enjoying another excellent episode of poker action.

We will once again return with episode 5 of the coverage once first makes it available. Despite already knowing the result, we still cannot wait to see how the action unfolds and we are sure that you feel the same.