Evidence of the proliferation of fish in the World Poker Finals was clear and present on Day 2 of the tournament, as 366 survivors from the two Day 1's combined to play five lightning-fast levels that, despite the relaxed blind structure and mountainous starting stacks, had still pared 236 players from the field by the time the closing bell rang.
The day began with Teddy Adalis as chip leader with a $186,775 stack, followed by Michael Farris with $157,750 and Matthew Ehrlich with $154,500. Online phenom Tom "Durr" Dwan sat seventh with $134,500 and was joined at the tables by former champs T.J. Cloutier, Darrell "Gigabet" Dicken, Amnon Filippi and Erik Seidel, among others.
Action will resume tomorrow at noon (EST) from the Sunset Ballroom at Foxwoods and continue for another five levels of madness. Tune into PokerListings.com for all of your live update requirements, including your daily dose of fiber and a massive helping of cheese. Bon appétit!