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End of Day 2: Final Table is Set

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Shaun Deeb - One of the six to advance today

It took two separate heats and nearly 13 hours, but we are finally down to our final six players in the $5,000 NAPT Bounty Shootout.

Andrew Chen, Shaun Deeb, Michael Binger, Marko Neumann, Scott Baumstein and William Pilossop all won their heats and have a seat locked up at Sunday's final table.

There were a handful of notables who entered the day looking to advance including Amnon Filippi, David Baker, Darren Elias, Jeff Madsen, Brandon Adams, Faraz Jaka and Nick Binger.

Team PokerStars was well represented by Greg Debora, Barry Greenstein, Dario Minieri, Ville Wahlbeck and George Lind III, but none of them were able to win their respective heats. Wahlbeck was the closest, finishing runner-up when Pilossop cracked his aces heads up.

Perhaps the most intriguing story of the day was that Nick and Michael Binger sat next to each other at their table. Michael even eliminated his brother when Nick shoved with {k-Spades}{8-Hearts}. Michael had him dominated with {a-Spades}{k-Clubs} and held when the board ran {9-Spades}{6-Clubs}{j-Hearts}{j-Spades}{9-Diamonds}.

Chris Klodnicki took the worst beat of the day when he flopped a full house with {7-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} on a {7-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{j-Spades} board. His opponent, Neuman, flopped trips with {j-Clubs}{4-Clubs} and after the {2-Spades} turned the river brought the {4-Spades}. Over 90,000 chips went in the middle, Klodnicki was left with only 1,500 and busted the very next hand.

The final table is set for Sunday at 12 p.m. local time. The remaining players have all guaranteed themselves $40,000 and will be fighting it out for both the $200,000 first-place prize and the $25,000 prize for most knockouts.

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