Day 2 of 2023 PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) has finally ended at the Baha Mar Resorts, The Bahamas. Out of the 1,014 entries recorded across the two days, the top 255 entries have made it to Day 3 of the event. Five-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus will enter Day 3 with the third highest stack.
Leading the lot of 255 survivors is Bulgarian player Krasimir Yankov. Interestingly, he is the only player to advance to Day 3 with a seven-figure stack with 1,002,000 chips. Yankov is followed by Philipe Pizzari with a stack of 965,000 chips, while Ausmus has the third-highest stack of 791,000 chips.
Ausmus shared the update on his Twitter via a post. He also shared a picture of his bag of chips and wrote, “Did not lose many hands today. Bagged up 3rd place in chips for the PSPC 25k. Still, 255 remain, 175 get paid.”
Did not lose many hands today. Bagged up 3rd place in chips for the PSPC 25k. Still 255 remain, 175 get paid pic.twitter.com/6q82AYbfE1
— Jeremy Ausmus (@jeremyausmus) February 1, 2023
The event has recorded a total guarantee of $24,843,000, which will be shared by the top 175 places. The paid places will take home a min-cash of $35,100 and the winner gets to take home $4,053,200. Each of the final six players will at least become a millionaire.
Ausmus recently released a song dedicated to the poker Gods titled, ‘Hey, Mighty Poker Gods.’ The song was applauded by several poker players. Read all about the song here.
Indian player Nikhil Segel was also playing at this event and even made it to Day 2. However, he busted early on Day 2 at the 485th spot.
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