2021 World Series of Poker
$25,750 High Roller

Day 2 is About to Get Rolling

PokerStars Championship Bahamas

Day 2 of the PokerStars Championship Bahamas $25,750 High Roller is about to kick off in a couple of hours time on this second-last day of the first major festival in 2017.

The last of many high rollers this series kicked off yesterday with a $25,750 buy-in and the option of a single re-entry. A total of 151 entries were logged at the end of the day, with 115 unique players and 36 re-entries. Registration will close at the start of play today on Day 2.

With 290,600 chips, Nick Petrangelo leads the field of 75 remaining players. Close behind him is Sam Greenwood (276,800), Byron Kaverman (272,000), Oleksii Koroshenin (264,000), and Sergio Aido (250,700).

Play begins at Noon sharp, returning to blinds at 1,000/2,000 with a 300 ante at the start of Level 11. Players will plow through another ten, hour-long levels with a 20-minute break every two levels. There will be a 75-minute dinner break after the eighth level.

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Tags: Byron KavermanNick PetrangeloSam GreenwoodSergio Aido