Day 2 of the $10,300 buy-in MILLIONS World Bahamas Main Event as part of the partypoker LIVE Caribbean Poker Party began with 365 survivors from the two Day 1 flights. There were another 253 entries on Day 2, bringing the total field size to 948 entries. After a little more than eight levels, the money was reached and just 125 players remain from the live field. They will join the 10 players who survived from the partypoker online flights to bring the returning Day 3 field to 135 players.

Leading the way into Day 3 is Scott Margereson, who bagged a sizable chip lead with 38,350,000, a good 70 big blinds from his nearest competitor. Margereson has more than $1.8 million in live tournament earnings, headlined with a victory at the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown in 2018 for $696,740.

Rounding out the top five counts are partypoker pro Philipp Gruissem (24,175,000), Jorryt Van Hoof (22,300,000), Sergi Reixach (22,875,000) and Chris Hunichen (19,000,000). Others who bagged solid stacks include Chino Rheem (18,150,000), Sam Soverel (15,100,000), partypoker pro Dzmitry Urbanovich (14,625,000), Bryan Piccioli (13,975,000), Will Failla (12,900,000), Michael Tureniec (12,800,000), Ryan Riess (11,750,000) and Andras Nemeth (11,750,000).

The other partypoker pros to bag on Day 2 were Isaac Haxton (6,950,000), Ludovic Geilich (5,175,000) and Kristen Bicknell (3,200,000).

For the complete list of End-of-Day 2 Chip Counts, click here.

Kristen Bicknell

Day 3 of the MILLIONS World Bahamas Main Event is set to begin at 12 p.m. (ET) on Friday, November 22, with Poker Central providing continuous live updates throughout the entire event, and the remainder of the Caribbean Poker Party. Along with the Poker Central live updates from the floor of the Baha Mar Casino, PokerGO coverage will begin at 10 a.m. (PT) / 1 p.m. (ET).

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Scott Margereson