132 players are back in action today as the Playground1000 continues into Day 3, and will play through 8 levels of play leading into tomorrow’s Day 4 finale. Carlos Gerones is the chip leader to start the day with 2,304,000 after taking over the lead early in the day yesterday and holding his ground. David Guay had a good run at the end of his day to take over second place on the leaderboard and managed to bag a cool 1,950,000.
Play has now officially begun in level 18, and the field will be reaching the money-bubble in the early stages of Day 3, as only 31 eliminations stand between players and the payouts. A massive $200,000 is reserved for the tournament winner, who will also earn themselves a Playground1000 Champion’s Trophy to immortalize their victory.
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Good luck to all the Day 3 players!
— Kristen Bicknell (@krissyb24poker) September 5, 2017
— Natalia Breviglieri♦ (@N4talB) September 5, 2017