PNIA Main Event (Day 2): Falling Through The Cracks

Level 19 (2,000/4,000/500)
Total PNIA Main Event Entries: 1,224
Total Players Remaining: 170
Chip Average: 144,000

Over the course of the last three days, we’ve profiled dozens and dozens of players in the field. With a field of thousands, though, some fell through the cracks and we will rectify a few of those misses here.

Jim Willerson bagged one of the top stacks from Day 1C and comes into day playing near 275,000. The 2012 World Series of Poker Bracelet Winner took home $737,000 for that finish and deep run here will push the Texan over the $1,000,000 for career earnings. 
Speaking of bracelets, Adrian Buckley won one of the most prestigious events at the WSOP when he won the “Millionaire Maker” in 2015. That win was worth over $1,200,000 to Buckley who will have to deal with Day 1A chip leader Jeremy Meacham and defending PNIA Champion Kim Dao at his Day 2 table. 
We thought we hand the Day 1C chip leader nailed down, but Anthony Bogard and his 461,500 snuck under our nose. Bogard comes into today as the overall chip leader and has a golden opportunity to earn the largest score of his poker career. 

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