Welcome to PokerNews' Day 2 coverage of Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix.
After 10 one-hour levels on Day 1, the starting field of 445 entrants is down to just 85 players. What are they playing for? A coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet and a first-place prize of $153,220.
On top of this chip counts is Bryn Kenney with 67,000. Already with two final tables under his belt this summer, Kenney would no doubt love to make a third WSOP final table in 2014 and capture his first gold bracelet. He is followed by Scott Clements (55,825), James Carroll (50,850) and Justin Bonomo (49,050). Also still in the field are Mike Leah (37,625), Brandon Shack-Harris (35,950), Daniel Negreanu (30,150), Chris Moneymaker (15,100), and Phil Laak (8,925).
The plan on Day 2 is to play another 10 levels, with the hope of reaching the final table. Play is set to resume at 2 p.m. so be sure to keep it here at PokerNews for live updates on all of the exciting action!