The PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event started on January 8th.
There were 738 entries, creating a $3,376,712 prize pool to be divided among the top 143 finishers, with first place paying $480,012.
Now that we are on day 3, the 125 players left have already secured themselves $7,260.
Among these 125 players, there is a Coaching for Profits student, his name is Jeremey Grayson known as “TimThompson”.
He is an SNG Grinder student, and what Ben “bencb789” is teaching him is definitely working.
It will not be an easy task to go even deeper in this tournament, though.
Jeremey has one of the shortest stacks in the field with 50k chips, and the blinds are 1.500/3.000 (ante 500).
He has had enough coaching sessions on how to play with short stacks, so he’ll know exactly what to do!
Good luck in day 3, Jeremey! The whole BPC Community is rooting for you!