WSOP $25,000 PLO event - 128 advances to Day2

The field is filled with high-stakes online specialists and seasoned live pros.

Day1 has ended at the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller (Event #45) with 128 players surviving from the original field of 222. The current chip leader is the long-time pro, Keith Lehr, who will return with a stack of 692,000.

Keith is followed by Paul Volpe, who accumulated 682,000, but Dario Sammartino, Ludovic Geilich and reigning champ, Shaun Deeb are also in the top 10.

Top ten chip counts

Other than them, there are plenty of PLO crushers in the field. Hungary's David 'danfiu' Mezei will return with the 16th biggest stack with 423,500, while Jorryt 'theCleaner' van Hoof is in the 20th place with 396,500.

However, there are plenty of big names, who fell during the opening day, including Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, Johannes Becker, Phil Galfond or Chance Kornuth.

Thanks to the re-entry option, they still have a shot to return during the first two levels of Day2, which will resume at 2 p.m. local time with blinds of 1,500/3,000.