Event 67: $3,500 No-Limit Hold’em $3,000,000 Guarantee
Total Entrants: 1,068
Players Remaining: 203
Over 40 players have taken advantage of the option to register on Day 2 and although their starting stack is small relative to the blinds, their talent is more than enough to overcome the disadvantage.
Martin Jacobson put on a short stack display for the ages when he stormed back in the 2014 WSOP Main Event to win after starting eighth in chips. Jacobson’s poker skills have him prepared for the uphill climb he faces and he is more than up to the challenge of chipping up on Day 2.
Chris Moorman entered the Day 2 field at the start of Day 2 play and is already nearing the 100,000 mark before the first break of the day. Moorman earned his first WSOP bracelet this summer after years of waiting and one of poker’s all-around greats is chipping into contention for his second major title of this month.