Christian Taylor led the field as Day 2 finished up in Event #5: $500 The Housewarming NLH at the 2022 World Series of Poker at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas. Taylor bagged 221,300,000 moving into Day 3 on Tuesday, June 7th, which kicks off at 1:00 p.m.
Taylor joins fellow final players Isidro Martinez (155,000,000), Orez Modeki (125,450,000), Henry Acain (108,425,000), Darnell White (76,975,000), Jen-Yue Chiang (74,775,000), Yavine Brewer (70,325,000), Sridhar Sangannagari (67,875,000), Jordan Hufty (42,925,000), Jared Kingery (30,825,000), Ken Han (25,950,000) and Erik Carvalho (5,850,000).
Top 10 Chip Counts Going Into Day 3
|1||Christian Taylor||United States||221,300,000|
|2||Isidro Martinez||United States||155,000,000|
|3||Orez Mokedi||United States||125,450,000|
|4||Henry Acain||United States||108,425,000|
|5||Darnell White||United States||76,975,000|
|6||Jen-Yue Chiang||United States||74,775,000|
|7||Yavine Brewer||United States||70,325,000|
|8||Sridhar Sangannagari||United States||67,875,000|
|9||Jordan Hufty||United States||42,925,000|
|10||Jared Kingery||United States||30,825,000|
A total 889 players competed on Day 2 of and the field of 20,080 generated a prize pool of $8,435,280. The payouts started at $1,720, but will now pay $43,515 for 12th place, with first place guaranteed to take home $701,215.
The 2018 Employee Event Winner Jordan Hufty was middle of the pack as Day 2 drew to a close. He carried over a stack of 42,950,000, with the blinds starting at 1,500,00/3,000,000.
Among those eliminated on Day 2 included the likes of bracelet winners Ryan Depaulo, Brandon Cantu, Niall Farrell and Pat Lyons. Matt Affleck also made a deep run and finished in the top 100.
Join the PokerNews Live Reporting team from 1:00 p.m. local time on June 7th as we bring you all the action from this event, from the first hands dealt through to the champion being crowned.