$2,200 High Roller
Days:
12

Day 2 of the $2,200 High Roller Begins at 3 p.m.

GeoffFisk
Thomas Peebles

The final day of the World Series of Poker Circuit Planet Hollywood $2,200 High Roller is here, set to begin today at 3 p.m. A champion will be crowned at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, where today's field will play for a share of the $200,000 guaranteed prize pool.

The ultimate prize is first place and the WSOPC ring. Day 2 will play on until the finish today, with the 30 survivors of Day 1 coming back for today's restart. Late registration is still available through the beginning of play today, which will begin at Level 13 with the blinds at 1000/1500/1500.

The field will play 40-minute levels today, with 15-minute breaks after every three levels. A total of 99 entries came through on Day 1, which puts the tournament one entry short of hitting the guarantee. Today's late registration period should put the tournament above that $200,000 mark.

In contention for the championship are players like Sean Perry(298,000), who comes into Day 2 with the overall chip lead.

Right behind Perry in the chip counts are Thomas Peebles (256,000), Dan Colpoys (231,500), Marc MacDonnell (196,000) and Tim McDermott (175,000).

Well-accomplished tournament players like Eric Baldwin (121,500), Calvin Anderson (69,500) and Arkadiy Tsinis (50,000) are also still in the mix. With late registration still available, the field could get even tougher once the cards go in the air at 3 p.m.

Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team as the $2,200 High Roller plays down to a winner.

Tags: Arkadiy TsinisCalvin AndersonDan ColpoysEric BaldwinMarc MacDonnellSean PerryThomas PeeblesTim McDermott