WSOP Main Event Numbers Still Low

The second day of the World Series of Poker's Main Event drew in 1,942 players, the second day in a row that low numbers have been reported.

Tournament organizers said that they expected 7,000 players at the event, but thus far only have only brought in 2,885 poker aces. One day remains for registrants to get in on the action.

Big names spotted participating in day 1B included: cott 'mastrblastr' Seiver, former November Niners Matt Jarvis and Dennis Phillips, David Bach, Bob Bright, George Danzer; Chris Bjorin; Oliver Gill, Peter Hedlund, Nicholas Chouity, and Annette Obrestad.

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