It's not just in $10,000 Championship Events where you have big names making deep runs. Event #39: $1,000 Super Seniors is down to just 120 players and there are still several notables still in with a chance of winning a gold bracelet and $359,863.
Barry Shulman and Allyn Shulman both made it through, with Barry bagging 1,270,000. Also through are former bracelet winners Steve Hohn (613,000), Larry Wright, Humberto Brenes (442,000) and "Captain" Tom Franklin (210,000), all making Day 3, which starts at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 19.
Leading the field after Day 2 is Jay Hong (1,838,000) who bagged well over a million chips. Hong was already in a strong position, but after eliminating another player on the antepenultimate hand of the night when his jacks held against ace-king, he strengthened his position further.
Other stacks over a million include James Plateroti (1,181,000) Cliff Pappas (1,165,000), Steven Wenrich (1,094,000), and Miles Harris (1,090,000).
Day 2 Recap
A total of 837 players started the day, with 398 guaranteed at least a min-cash of $1,499. Former bracelet winners such as Barry Greenstein, T. J. Cloutier and Chris Bjorin along with James Woods, were eliminated early as the field headed rapidly towards the money bubble.
There was no need for hand-for-hand here on Day 2, with Steven Wenrich eliminating a player after flopping a king with king-eight to send a player with ten-nine to the rail.
Eliminations in the money included the start-of-day chip leader Charles Bailey (300th - $1,772), 1983 Main Event World Champion Tom McEvoy (283rd - $1,772) and Fernando Brito (223rd - $1,958).
With 120 players remaining, and Wednesday, June 19 scheduled to be the tournament's last day, a long day may be in store but you will read all about it right here on PokerNews.com