Day 2 of the PokerStars Red Dragon Manila High Roller kicks off at 1 p.m. lol al time to award one of the final trophies of the festival to the eventual winner. Day 1 attracted 101 entries to the Okada Manila to create a prize pool of ₱23,022,950 ($450,262). At the end of the day, 13 players will have cashed while the winner will go home with the amazing first-place prize of ₱6,112,000 ($119,533).
Coming into Day 2 with the chip lead is Natalie Teh from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a whopping 582,500 in chips worth 194 big blinds. She is trailed by Ngoc Anh Cao, Hwany Lee, Chongxian Yang, and Andres Korn in the top five of the chip count leader board.
But there are more players to keep an eye on, for example: Florencio Campomanes who won the Main Event yesterday and Martin Stausholm who finished in eighth place. And don't count out players like Sparrow Cheung, Nang Quang Nguyen, Dong Chen, Linh Tran, Phachara Wongwichit, Sahil Agarwal, and Yohwan Lim also known as "BoxeR" for example.
When the players return to play Level 13, it will feature a small blind of 1,500, big blind of 3,000, and a big blind ante of 3,000. A 15-minute break has been scheduled after every two hours of play. Players will receive 2 more time banks worth 30 seconds each to add to any time banks which might have been bagged on Day 1 at the start of the day. Another two will be handed out to each player when the final table has been reached.
PokerNews will be following all the action from the first raise until the final card has been sorted and a new High Roller champion has been crowned. So stick around!