Día 2 completado
Día 2 completado
Day 2 of Event #46: $3,000 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha – a tournament that attracted 682 players and created a prize pool of $1,861,860 — saw 154 players return to action. By the end of the night, the money bubble had burst and just 22 players remained in contention for the $437,575 first-place prize. Leading the way with 1.254 million is Texan Thomas Campbell.
Others still in contention include Gabriel Goffi (361,000), Ryan Lenaghan (345,000), Martin Finger (306,000), and Robert Mizrachi (165,000).
Of course not everyone was so lucky, among those to fall on Day 2 were Joe Hachem (68th - $5,027), Jeff Rossiter (57th - $5,920), Erick Lindgren (39th - $8,061), Joe Ebanks (28th - $11,096), and Ashton Griffin (23rd - $13,498).
Top 10 Day 2 Chip Counts
The remaining players will return at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday to play down to a winner.
Recent WPT Amsterdam high roller champion Jason Wheeler joins the program to talk about his humble beginnings, hustling his way through the business world, discovering poker, and more.
The $3,000 Six-Max Pot-Limit Omaha at the World Series of Poker is always a fun, action-packed event. This year, the field drew 682 entries. After Day 1, 154 players remained.
PokerNews is not the live coverage provider for this year's 46th annual WSOP, but our famous MyStack app will be functional for players that have it installed on their mobile devices.
Brought to you by PokerNews, the app connects poker players in poker events. If you are playing in a poker tournament with the MyStack app available, you can now update your own chip count, post comments, and even share photos with other PokerNews members from around the world. You'll also be able to follow the MyStack feed if you want to check in on other's progress at the events, and even create a list of favorite players to follow.
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