Here are the final chip counts. Carlos Chang leads the way with 313,500, followed by Albert Lau with 273,500.
Showing that perseverance pays off, PokerStars Team Asia Pro Raymond Wu is sitting in third with with 196,000. Raymond nearly made the cut during Day 1D but fell just short at the end.
Here are the top five overall chip counts heading into Day 2:
Jimmy King - 355,000
Lei Long - 321,000
Carlos Chang - 313,500
Albert Lau - 273,500
Jun Chanoh - 254,500
Day 2 starts tomorrow at 12:10 pm with the 54 remaining players battling it out for the HK $275,000 first prize. No matter where they place, though, the players are all guaranteed to be in the money with minimum payouts of HK $8,000. See you all then!