Day 2 of Event #44: $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold'em will begin shortly with 78 players who bagged chips at the end of Day 1, returning out of the 162 entrants. Players started with 40,000 chips and Ray Henson ran up his stack to over six times what he started with in the first day and will be returning as the chip leader with 243,000 chips, while Thomas Mou (232,000) isn’t far behind.
Some other notables who have bagged a stack for Day 2 include 2019 WSOP Player of the Year Robert Campbell (76,000), Mike Matusow (91,500), Anthony Zinno] (138,000), defending champion Tu Dao (52,500), and Event #12: $1,500 Limit Hold'em runner-up Kevin Erickson (81,000).
Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts
|1||Raymond Henson||United States||243,000|
|2||Thomas Mou||United States||232,000|
|3||Kevin Klassen||United States||183,500|
|4||Kevin Rand||United States||162,000|
|5||JJ Liu||United States||147,500|
|6||Anna Wroblewski||United States||146,000|
|7||John Hoang||United States||144,500|
|8||John Cavanagh||United States||143,000|
|9||Christopher Hartman||United States||139,500|
|10||Alex Torry||United States||139,500|
Day 2 will begin at 2 p.m. local time at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Play will resume with the blinds at 1,500/2,500 and 10 levels are scheduled, with the money bubble expected to burst somewhere around the middle of the day.
Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team continues to bring live updates of the tournament action.