Live Tournament Updates
Day 2 Ends With Gordon Vayo Leading and Around 180 Players Left
Level 10: 500-1,000, 100 ante
The players have exited the tournament area and Day 2 of the LA Poker Classic is over and done. Around 180 players survived five levels of action today and will be back for Day 3 at 12pm on Sunday.
Of the remaining players, Gordon Vayo appears to have the biggest stack with 284,000 chips. Behzad Teranie and Greg Mueller are both hot on his heels though with 280,000 and 279,700 respectively.
Tomorrow the field will be back in action for at least five more levels of play. Tournament Director Matt Savage announced over the mic as play wrapped up that the field has to play at least five levels and has to reach the 54-person money bubble before Day 3 will draw to a close.
We will have official chip counts and seat assignments and a photo recap of Day 2 action up soon, so check back in before play resumes on Sunday.
Here are the unofficial top five chip counts from the end of Day 3:
1. Gordon Vayo - 284,000
2. Behzad Teranie - 280,000
3. Greg Mueller - 279,700
4. Darren Elias - 257,400
5. Keith Ferrera - 235,100
08:59 PM, 02/25/12