Day 2 of the PartyPoker sponsored WPT Copenhagen is in the books with 45 survivors. During the last stages of Day 2 the battle for the chip lead was between these players: Steve O'Dwyer, Sergii Baranov, Peter Jepson and Frie Dilling Kjaer. All four players took turns at holding the lead, but at the end of the day it was Frei Dilling Kjaer who had the biggest stack (445,500).
Andre Petrovic, the overnight chip leader from Swden, eliminated former EPT Champion Kent Lunmark and two-time WPT Champion Marvin Rettenmaier during the first level of Day 2. However, it didn't take long before his former countryman Emil Olsson slowed him down by winning 2 big pots. Petrovic tournament life eventually came to an end during Level 12 after losing an all-in vs Christian Honore.
The money bubble will burst when there are 27 player left. All the remaining players will then be guaranteed at least $7,171 each. The winner of the tournament will get an amazing $229,938, and the second place finisher will take home $145,164.
Check back tomorrow for a recap of Day 3