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Big Action and Giant Towers Highlight Day 2 of the 2017 Cash Game Festival London

Cash Game Festival London
Cash Game Festival London

Day 2 of the 2017 Cash Game Festival London has built off the big success from its first day with nonstop ring game action running all day long across a variety of games including no-limit hold'em, pot-limit Omaha and Sviten Special.

The day began where last night left off for some players attending the festival with many recognizable faces still playing in the afternoon straight from the night before.

For others, the day began with a trip to the 114.5 meter tall ArcelorMittal Orbit structure in Queen Olympic Park to enjoy an aerial view of the British capital. However, the height and the view weren't the most thrilling parts of the trip. Players instead screamed their way down a slide from the top of the structure instead of taking the elevator.

Today's poker action was bigger than that of yesterday with £2/£5 and £5/£10 games running throughout the day. Tomorrow will be even bigger with the late televised table to feature £10/£25 no-limit hold'em.

The action did not die down after the feature table ended with 15 tables still in play at 1 a.m. Like yesterday, festival organizers expect some of the players to play through the night.

Players with the hospitality package are invited tomorrow for a VIP dinner at Jaime’s Italian at 5:40 p.m. GMT. After dinner, the Aspers Casino poker room is expected to be packed with local recreational players who will be off work for the weekend.

Stay tuned at PokerNews for the next three days as we report the hottest action during the 2016 Cash Game Festival London. You will also be able to watch the televised feature tables starting at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on a 20 minute delay here on PokerNews as well as on the Cash Game Festival website and on the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel.

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