Day 2 of the World Poker Tour Borgata Winter Open drew enough late registration action to juice the prize pool to $4.1 million with 1,312 entries. After eight levels of action Jack Duong leads the field of 168 advancing players with 727,500 in the bag. 

Olivier Busquet leads a group of from WPT champs that includes Tony Ruberto, Anthony Gregg and Asher Conniff that all finished with above average stacks. Aaron Massey, Phillip Hui, Shaun Deeb and Justin Liberto return closer to the chip average.

The total prize pool came in at $4,199,712 from the re-entries and will pay out the top 130 finishers. Players earn five-figures starting at 63rd place, a trip to the final table locks up $75,595 and the winner earns $892,433.

Day 2 saw 192 entries before the re-entry period expired making the event the largest WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open to date and the fourth largest field overall for the World Poker Tour.

Day 3 has cards in the air a noon local time and should hit the money bubble within the first four levels.

Top Ten Chip Counts

1. Jack Duong – 727,500
2. Bart Dowling – 687,500
3. Mike Del Vecchio – 573,000
4. Nicholas Immekus – 552,500
5. Thomas Brinley – 549,500
6. Eugen Fouksman – 544,000
7. Oliver Busquet – 540,500
8. Tony Tran – 535,500
9. Ivan Fazal Karim – 533,500
10. James Dorrance – 522,500