After 14 levels, Day 2 of the World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City is in the books. We began with 337 players left from the starting field of 616 (with 63 cashing) and when it was all said and done, only 26 survived. Leading the way into Day 3 is Adam Teasdale with 1,468,000, followed by Aaron Overton with 1,040,000 and Brandon Fish with 1,016,000.
Among those who made the money but came up a bit short of making Day 3 were Will Failla, Jamie Kerstetter, David Diaz, Dan Buzgon, and Chris Reslock.
Here is the Day 3 table and seat draw:
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