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Ryan McLane

Ryan  McLane
Ryan McLane was a poker reporter for Casino City. Although he has a strong background in reporting, the same can't be said for his poker skills. He has never won a major tournament nor is he a professional player. Currently, Ryan lives in Boston and occasionally makes international treks to cover tournament poker and news.

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Caribbean Adventure final table set

10 Jan 2007

By Ryan McLane

Robert Mizrachi will be a big fish in a small pond of amateurs at the final table of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure as he squares off against a group of relative unknowns.

But one of those amateurs has a mountain of chips.

Tournament newcomer Issac Haxton rode a wave of good cards to turn his Day Three chip lead into a dominating chip stack. Haxton will have $9.2 million in chips, nearly $7 million more than second place Ryan Daut.

Haxton possesses nearly 50 percent of the $18.92 million chips in play. The rest of the field is bunched between $1.1 million and $2.5 million, meaning it will take solid play, good cards, and a great deal of luck to unseat the chip leader and win the $1.5 million first-place prize.

Among the short stacks is the dangerous Mizrachi. He is the only remaining player with late-tournament experience in a major event.

Mizrachi, who is the older brother of two-time WPT champion Michael Mizrachi, finished sixth at the Mirage Poker Showdown last April. The older Mizrachi has $675,000 in career-tournament winnings and is a staple on the circuit.

Mizrachi has $1.2 million in chips.

Also in the final six is Jonathon Little, a small-time tournament player with more than $60,000 in career earnings. His resume includes three cashes at the 2006 World Series of Poker, but he has never won more than $16,000 in one sitting.

Little is guaranteed at least $247,000 in this tournament.

Here are the final table pay-outs:

1 - $1,535,255

2 - $861,789

3 - $550,980

4 - $409,703

5 - $317,873

6 - $247,000

Mucking McLane
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