It's moving day here at Day 2 of Event 21, $1,000 No Limit Hold'em, of the World Series of Poker. Day 1 saw 2,779 entrants take to the felt and only 222 would remain by the end of play. Leading the field is Edward Locke with 133,200.
Jamie Armstrong is nipping at Locke's heels with 130,700 and Joseph Cappello (124,700), Jon Rhamey (121,700) and Andrew Neeme (100,900) form the chase pack.
Ryan Gentry, Dan Smith, Huy Nguyen, Eric Baldwin, Martin Staszko, Stephen Chidwick, Joe Tehan, Christian Harder, Maria Ho, Jonathan Little and Jon Aguiar are still in the field with hopes of making the final table.
The field played 11 levels yesterday with hand-for-hand play beginning at the start of Level 11. They played a total of three rounds of hand-for-hand.
The schedule will see the field play ten levels or to a final table of nine players, which ever should come first. Cards will be in the air promptly at 1:00 p.m. PST. Follow all the WSOP action live on PokerNews.com