During Day 2 of the European Poker Tour Madrid Main Event (buy-in €5.300), the 264 players that started the day were reduced down to 112. The man to catch today is Mike "Timex" McDonald, who has already captured one EPT title by winning the EPT Dortmund in 2008.
McDonald ended the day 2 with 409,800 and is looking to capture his second major EPT title.
Also still in are the likes of McLean Karr (330,700), Erich Kollmann (275,500), Ilan Boujenah (271,000), Johnny Lodden (180,900), David Benyamine (55,500) and Melanie Weisner (43,200).
EPT Madrid Top 10 after day 2:
Mike McDonald 409,800
Frederik Jensen 404,500
Dmitry Vitkind 368,000
Andries Swart 339,100
McLean Karr 330,700
Javier Etayo 329,400
Erich Kollmann 275,500
Siyu Sha 274,500
Ilan Boujenah 271,000
Ricardo Tavares 264,300
Meanwhile not joining them today for day 3 will be Chris Moorman, Per Linde, Nacho Barbero, Anton Ionel, Jake Cody, Anton Wigg and Michael Tureniec.
72 will get money, and the winner will claim the €545,000 first-place prize and the title of EPT champion.
Day 3 will begin today at 12:00 CET, and PokerStars Blog is the place where you will find all the updates.