Day 2 of the 2020 PokerStars Stadium Series Freezeout Grand Final - Medium: $530 NLHE restarts at 7:05 p.m. CEST with 343 players out of 4,234 entries playing down to the final table. A prize pool of $,2117,000 has been collected by all those entries and all players have already secured $1,325 while eyeing-up that first-place prize of $302,359.
"BublleFactor" comes back for Day 2 with the chip lead as they bagged 3,893,109 in chips on Day 1. Tomas "T 54 T 97s" Paiva joins them in the top with 3,843,236. The rest of the top five is completed with "BernardoC6" (3,718,476), "extasyman" (3,714,556), and "AnFiieLD." (3,575,552).
But players like Dan "NukeTheFish!" Wilson, Marcelo "marceloaziz" Aziz, Rodrigo "digopapel" Semeghini, Joseph "Joe Santana" Santana, Tyler "Wonderboy222" Goatcher, Sean "MonkeyBudg" Prendiville, Mike "gorodski" Gorodinsky, Sebastian "p0cket00" Sikorski, Stevan "random_chu" Chew, Joao "Naza114" Vieira, and Rachid "SkaiWalkurrr" Ben Cherif are also still in the running with a Top 100 chip count.
The returning players will finish the remainder of Level 24 which features a small blind of 17,500, a big blind of 35,000, and a running ante of 4,500. Level duration will remain at 20 minutes until the final 16 players have been reached, the level duration will change to 25 minutes and play will continue until there are nine left for the final table.
The PokerStars Twitch stream will be live too with James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton plus guest commentators to follow the action during the Stadium Series with hole cards on a 30-minute security delay.
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