Day 2 of the Heartland Poker Tour the Meadows $1,100 Main Event is in the books after almost six hours of play. The day saw 56 individuals come back to activity as the field was joined from all who cutting-edge from the three beginning flights. At the point when the play finished up, Dan Wagner ended up with a sizable chip lead, stowing 2,509,000.
With 12 remaining, he won a colossal pot with experts versus tens to get to almost 2 million. He at that point verified a knockout on the direct of the informal, 10-gave last table with a floundered directly to close play throughout the afternoon and secure an agreeable chip lead going into tomorrow's broadcast last table.
Wagner entered the day with 343,000 chips, which put him close to the highest point of the leaderboard. He kept on moving, as the day continued, finding huge hands at all the correct occasions. When the last three tables were achieved, he was up to 700,000 and overshadowed the 1 million chip mark toward the start of the last dimension of play through the afternoon.
With over $800,000 in lifetime competition income, last tables are just the same old thing new to Wagner. He will hope to guarantee his first HPT title when play continues tomorrow, however the rest of the field will positively ensure he has a lot of work left in front of him. Andy Spears is the most conspicuous name in the field, who entered Day 2 as the chip head and completed the day in fourth spot with a pile of 1,094,000.