Day 2 of the Super High Roller is unlike any other Day 2 of the series. The tournament as a whole was one where we knew every player in the field and there are only three players left with a chance at the title.
There were 25 entries in the $50,000 buy-in game and Giuseppe Iadisernia was one of the last ones in. He entered during the dinner break for registration closed (only David Peters entered later) and he’s still here, guaranteed at least $190,000 on his one bullet.
WSOP Europe Super High Roller champ Dan Shak lead the three returning players with two-time WSOP champ Elio Fox only a small blind behind.
Ali Imsirovic and Chris Hunichen already cashed in the Super High Roller, the latter in the game courtesy of a satellite win. But there’s still $995,000 up for grabs between the last three players so this could be a long day for them.
Cards go back in the air at 2pm with hour-long levels and deep stacks.
Seat 1. Dan Shak – 975,000 (65 bb)
Seat 2. Giuseppe Iadisernia – 560,000 (37 bb)
Seat 3. Elio Fox – 965,000 (64 bb)