Live Events 3
$10,000 Main Event

The Youngest Champ In PCA History Is Looking For A Second Title


We're not quite sure what happened to knock him down, but we do know that 2010 PCA Main Event winner Harrison Gimbel is down to about a third of the starting stack.

Although places like Las Vegas require participants to be 21 years old, the law in the Bahamas allows playing at 18, and in 2010 the then-19-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, navigated a field of 1,529 players, which created a $14,831,300 prize pool to win $2.2 million.

Gimbel won a $1,000 satellite the day before the Main Event and managed to parlay that into a $2.2 million payday and become the youngest winner in PCA history.

2010 PCA Main Event Results

Buy-inEntrantsPrize Pool

1stHarrison Gimbel$2,200,000
2ndTyler Reiman$1,750,000
3rdBarry Shulman$1,350,000
4thBenjamin Zamani$1,000,000
5thRyan D’Angelo$700,000
6thAage Ravn$450,000
7thZachary Goldberg$300,000
8thThomas Koral$201,300
Player Chips Progress
Harrison Gimbel us
Harrison Gimbel
us 10,800 -19,200

Tags: Harrison Gimbel