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Jason Koon Leads the Field for the Start of Day 2 in Event #3: $25,000 GGMillion$ High Roller Championship Jason Koon

Jason Koon Leads the Field for the Start of Day 2 in Event #3: $25,000 GGMillion$ High Roller Championship

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Thursday, December 7, 2023 1:58 PM Local Time

Jason Koon Leads the Field for the Start of Day 2 in Event #3: $25,000 GGMillion$ High Roller Championship

POKER in Paradise marches on today as the 2023 World Series of POKER Paradise from the Atlantis Resort in beautiful Bahamas will bring together two live starting flights as well as online qualifiers for the start of Day 2 of Event #3: $25,000 GGMillion$ High Roller Championship. With a field of 80 returning that’s absolutely packed with huge names that are still in the hunt, there is a very real possibility that we could see one of the toughest final tables ever assembled for the inaugural WSOP Paradise.

With the high buy-in, the event is already a huge success having brought a massive 533 total players to the Bahamas, creating a total prize pool worth a staggering $13,325,000. When the dust settles on Day 2, we will have a six player final table set up to stream all the action tomorrow for Day 3 over on GGPoker‘s YouTube channel where someone will walk away with a bracelet and a massive seven figure payday.

The list of players returning for the Day 2 session reads like a whose who of high stakes POKER crushers with names like Damian Salas (2,900,000), Stephen Song (2,770,000), Koray Aldemir (1,595,000), Adrian Mateos (1,050.000) and Darren Elias (985,000) among those coming back with their eye on locking up a huge final table appearance by the end of the day.

GGPoker ambassadors who booked their ticket to paradise to chase a bracelet include Jason Koon who will come back to the chip lead with a stack of 6,000,000 along with Fedor Holz who will unbag 4,730,000 when they day starts, but they are not the only GG Ambassadors that are still in the mix. China’s Ren Lin will enter the day with a healthy 1,645,00 stack along with two-time bracelet winner Bertrand “Elky” Grospellier who will hit the felt with a cool 880,00 and of course, the one and only Daniel Negreanu has a top-20 stack of 1,955,000 that he will use in an attempt to go back home with gold and end a 10-year bracelet drought.

Due to play extending into the early hours of the morning, the Day 2 restart time has been pushed back to 3:00 p.m. when players will take their seats in the 6,000/12,000 level with a big blind ante of 12,000. This promises to be some of the best action the poker world has to offer, so keep it pinned to PokerNews for live, up to the minute coverage of this an many more events here at the 2023 WSOP Paradise from Atlantis Bahamas!

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