Day 2 of the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Championship saw a field of 349 players return, and at the end of play just 47 remain. The top 139 players made the money earlier today, and every player now remaining is guaranteed at least $17,875 in prize money as the field plays deep into the money.
Sergio Aido (pictured) is at the top after Day 2, bagging an impressive stack of 2.38 million thanks to a strong run late in the day. Other top stacks were bagged by Andrew Moreno (2.31 million), and rounding out the only three players to bag up over 2 million was Oleksandr Gnatenko (2,045,000).
Full chip counts from Day 2 will be posted here later tonight. Day 3 begins tomorrow (Monday) at 12:00 noon, with the remaining field returning to play down to a final table of seven players. Return to SHRPO.com for our continuing coverage from the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open Championship.