Day 2 Ends with Mike Falcon Leading the Final 48 Players; WPT Commentator Tony Dunst is 4th in Chips

Jan 27, 2024

Mike Falcon
Photo:  Chipleader Mike Falcon

Day 2 of WPT Cambodia began with 231 players remaining, and after seven 90-minute levels, there are now 48 players left in the battle for a WPT title.

The big stack belongs to Mike Falcon, who led the field for most of the day and bagged up 1,876,000 (125 big blinds). The full list of official chip counts will be released by casino later tonight, but in the meantime, here are the five players who finished with at least 1.3 million:

1.  Mike Falcon  –  1,876,000  (125 bb)
2.  Joshua Mccully  –  1,810,000  (121 bb)
3.  Vincent Du  –  1,576,000  (105 bb)
4.  Tony Dunst  –  1,575,000  (105 bb)
5.  Rolands Norietis  –  1,336,000  (89 bb)

As you can see, WPT Commentator Tony Dunst is fourth in chips as he hopes to add a second WPT title to his resume.

The remaining players are all guaranteed at least $9,943 each. Here is the remaining prizepool at stake:

1st:  $441,546*
2nd:  $287,255
3rd:  $211,819
4th:  $157,858
5th:  $118,906
6th:  $90,532
7th:  $69,678
8th:  $54,212
9th-10th:  $42,647
11th-12th:  $33,919
13th-14th:  $27,410
15th-16th:  $22,424
17th-20th:  $18,574
21st-24th:  $15,580
25th-32nd:  $13,238
33rd-40th:  $11,396
41st-48th:  $9,943

Day 3 begins tomorrow (Sunday) at 11:30 am. Stay tuned to for our continuing coverage of WPT Cambodia.

Tony Dunst
Photo:  WPT Commentator Tony Dunst is in the hunt for his second WPT title.

* Top prize amount includes the winner’s $10,400 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship.

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