$3,250 High Roller

Day 2 of the WSOP Circuit $3,250 High Roller Begins at Noon

Qi Hu

Day 2 restarts today at noon in the WSOP Circuit Thunder Valley $3,250 High Roller, with Dapo Ajayi (197,000) enterng the day with the chip lead.

Others near the top of the chip leader board include Qi Hu (174,000), Frank Azavedo (154,000), and Joshua Shaw (138,500).

A total of 43 entries registered for Day 1, with 20 players bagging at the end of play. Late registration and re-entry will still be available up until the beginning of play today. Play will resume at Level 13, with the blinds at 1000/2000/2000.

The field played through 12 40-minute levels on Day 1, and that structure will continue through the rest of the tournament. This event will play down to a champion today, with the winner being crowned and the WSOP Circuit ring, along with the first-place prize money, being awarded.

Other players in the hunt include Noel Rodriguez (120,000) and JC Tran (117,500).

Some of the players sent to the rail on the first day included Tony Dunst, Glenn Miller, Andrew Ostapchenko, Tim McDermott and Josh Prager. Dunst re-entered late in the day, and finished the night at 106,500 chips. With late registration still open up until the start of play today, some or all of those names could still be in the hunt for the WSOP circuit ring.

Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team as the tournament resumes, and a champion is determined today.

Tags: Andrew OstapchenkoDapo AjayiGlenn MillerJC TranJosh PragerQi HuTim McDermottTony Dunst