Three starting flights are in the books, and it's time to get serious at the RunGood Cup Championship, as Day 2 has dawned here at Harrah's New Orleans with 81 runners set to take their seats.
Tim Woodson will be the chip leader when play begins, having bagged 359,000 on Day 1b, making him far and away the leader over Day 1a's Chris Torres (244,000). Other top stacks include Jeremy Eyer (217,000), Russell Sartin (210,000), and Ray Henson (203,500).
Blinds will begin at Level 14 (2,000/4,000/500), and progress through the day with each level lasting 45 minutes, a major step up from Day 1's 30-minute levels that will dictate a change in the pace of play. Breaks will be every three levels, with a 45-minute dinner break upon the reaching of the final table. Cards are scheduled to fly at noon, so pay attention to see who claims a first-place prize of more than $50,000.