Another exciting day of poker is now in the books (Day 2). The player field has been narrowed down to 102 and EPT Copenhagen winner Anton Wigg from Sweden is the one with the largest stack. Wigg, who has cashed in many major tournaments since 2007, seemed to be in full control throughout the day as he was winning pot after pot and turned 125k into amazing 695k!
However, Day 3 won't give Wigg any time to kick back and relax as Day 1a chip leader Vladimir Geshkenbein, EPT Snowfest winner and PKR Pro, is only 25k chips behind. Also, he will have to look out for Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst in 9th place with 374k chips.
Day 2 was indeed a fantastic day for all players mentioned above. Meanwhile it was a tough day for others, including Boris Becker, Peter Jepsen, Barry Greenstein, Rupert Elder, Per Linde, Viktor Blom, Jake Cody, Ilan Boujenah, Moritz Kranich, Shaun Deeb and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, all of whom found themselves on the rail today.