The EPT Copenhagen Main Event is down to 72 players after 2 days of play. Day 1a and 1b chip leaders Steve O'Dwyer, from USA, and Mads Wissing, from Denmark, are among the players that will return today, however, neither of them are among the top players.
The new chip leader is the American poker pro Melanie Weisner who managed to accumulate 368,200 chips during Day 2. Weisner indeed had an amazing day at the poker tables and now she has a fantastic chance of taking home the biggest cash of her career.
"This day was just about me owning everyone at my table," said Weisner grinning and sounding chipper rather than arrogant. "I was just really attuned to what was going on. I was really confident with the way I was playing. I was basically able to execute whatever I thought was correct at any given time. I was just really happy with the way I played today."
There are quite a few good players left that Wesiner will have to look out for. To mention a few of them: Team PokerStars Pros Pierre Neuville (221,300), Luca Pagano (59,000), Johnny Lodden (41,100), Martin Staszko (27,900) and Team PokerStars Pro Online Mickey Petersen (82,200) and reigning EPT Copenhagen champion Michael Tureniec ending with 214,500 chips.