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The 21-year-old Floridian pro could do no wrong on Day 5 Thursday as the field was whittled down from 22 to a final table of eight in a little under six hours.
Oliver warmed up the day sucking out to eliminate Grayson Ramage when he flopped a set of eights next to his kings.
Rounding out the final eight are a group of qualified unknowns including Romanian Anton Ionel, U.S. online pro Max Weinberg, French-Canadian Philippe Plouffe, LAPT final tablist Bolivar Palacios.
The 2011 PCA main event this week attracted 1,560 players to the Atlantis Hotel & Casino on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, generating a $15,132,000 prize pool with $2.3 million for the frontrunner.
Each player in the final eight is assured $202,000 with the top four spots all giving at least $1 million.
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