After three starting days, Day 2 of the $2,000,000 partypoker.net WPT Montreal Main Event will start today at noon local time. The blinds will resume at 600-1,200 with a 200 ante, and the remaining field is scheduled to play nine one-hour levels.
Champion Club member Eric Afrait bagged up the largest stack for the second day in a row when Day 3 concluded with 18 players. Afriat, who won the recent Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown for $1,081,184, will bring 2,029,000 chips (400k more than his closest competitor) into Day 4 and has set up himself well to make a second WPT final table in a row.
68 of 328 players are "alive 'n' kicking" after two days of play at World Poker Tour World Championship (sponsored by PartyPoker) in Atlantic City, USA. The chip leader is Eric Afriat (Champions Club) with 1,003,000 and he's well ahead of the rest of the field.