Día 2 completado
Día 2 completado
Day 2 of Event #24: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. began with 299 players remaining from the starting field of 772. After another 10 levels on Thursday, the field is down to 31 players and plenty of big names are still in the hunt.
Mike Watson leads the way with 634,000 and is chasing that elusive first bracelet. He is followed by Arash Ghaneian (601,000) and David Levi (481,000). Others still in hunt include Stuart Rutter (254,000), Mike Wattel (196,000), Esther Taylor-Brady (188,000), Brian Tate (162,000), two-time bracelet winner Brandon Cantu (133,000), two-time bracelet winner Steve Sung (123,000), six-time bracelet winner Ted Forrest (95,000) and none other than Phil Hellmuth (51,000), fresh off of his 14th bracelet. He'll come into the day 29th in chips out of the 31 remaining players.
Day 3 commences at 1 p.m. Friday afternoon and is scheduled to play until a winner emerges.
After a field of 772 entries were generated in Event #24: $1,500 H.O.R.S.E., a prize pool over $1 million was reached. Day 1 saw 299 players advance and the top 80 spots will reach the money. Christopher Boedeker took the overnight lead heading into Thursday's Day 2 with big names like David Williams, Maria Ho, Mike Matusow, Cyndy Violette, David Bach, Ylon Schwartz, and Calvin Anderson all bagging sizable stacks.
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