The $10,000 Heads Up Championship at the World Series of Poker rolls into Day 2 with 32 players remaining. Thursday’s schedule, found streaming exclusively on PokerGo, calls for three rounds of play – the Round of 32, Round of 16 and finally the Round of 8.

The event kicks off 3 pm PT (6 pm ET) with a 30-minute delay on the exclusive PokerGO stream. Each round is allotted three hours – though some finish early and some stretch the match as long as possible. 

Highlight matchups from the first round include Adrian Mateos vs. Eric Wasserson, Ryan Fee vs Jason Mercier, Kane Kalas vs Ryan Riess and Russell Thomas vs Cary Katz.

Other advancing players to Thursday’s schedule are Chance Kornuth, Erik Seidel, Joe Cada, Jason Les. Olivier Busquet and Dan Smith.

Chris Ferguson played in the second round and lost to Chance Kornuth – who felt he had the entire poker world on his side for the match.

Other players that didn’t advance include Justin Bonomo, Jared Jaffe, Dimitar Danchev, Darren Elias, Faraz Jaka and Sorel Mizzi.

The winners advance to the Round of 16, which is scheduled to kick off at 6 pm PT (9 pm ET) with a 30-minute delay as well. The day closes out with the final Round of 8 at 9 pm PT (12 am ET) and those winners return Friday for Semifinal matchups and the eventual gold bracelet match.

Friday’s schedule is as follows: Semifinal 1 kicks off at 3 pm PT (6 pm ET), again with a 30-minute delay to allow for hole cards. Semifinal 2 is scheduled for 6 pm PT (9 pm ET) and the winners face each in the final match scheduled to go live from the Rio’s Feature Stage in the Brasilia Room at 9 pm PT only on PokerGO.