Welcome back to the World Poker Tour National London Main Event where in around 90-minutes time Day 2 of this £1,500+£150 buy-in tournament will begin.

There are 115 players still in the field and they are being led by Lyssandro Rosas who had an amazing Day 1B where he turned his 25,000 starting stack into a tournament leading 162,700. Tamer Kamal was another player who excelled on Day 1B, ending the day with 151,900.

Other notable players to keep an eye out for, and there are plenty, include Jack Salter (118,200), Mathew Frankland (93,900), Manuel Bevand (93,900), EPT San Remo winner Ludovic Lacay (92,600), WPT Prague champion Marcin Wydrowski (60,300), poker legend Chris Bjorin (51,900), Kevin Williams (51,700), Chuck Clark (50,000), Simon Trumper (47,400), Karl Mahrenholz (46,300) and many more besides.

We also have six PartyPoker qualifiers taking part in Day 2 festivities. Look out for:

  • Mikhail Pokrepa – 22,100
  • Tom Carpenter – 33,000
  • Rudy Blondeau – 17,700
  • Atilla Nagy – 30,200
  • Paul Coughlan – 47,700
  • James Rann – 29,600
  • The action kicks off at 14:00GMT and will continue until eight 60-minute levels have been completed. During this time we should get somewhere near to the money bubble, which is set at 27 players. As soon as we have official prize pool information we will relay it to you fine people.

    Join us shortly for updates from the Main Event, oh and Happy St. Patrick’s Day to our Irish readers!

    WPT National London Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

    1. Lyssandro Rosas – 162,700
    2. Tamer Kamel – 151,900
    3. Sebastian Mueller – 128,700
    4. Jack Salter – 118,200
    5. Mark Segal – 110,400
    6. Zydrunas Lukosiunas – 108,300
    7. Robin Fisher – 105,300
    8. Radosiec Morawiec – 103,500
    9. Dominik Russel – 102,900
    10. Neophytov Neophitos – 99,100

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