173 Poker players returned to join the action at the Casino Di Venezia as Day 2 of the World Poker Tour Venice Grand Prix kicked off. European Poker Tour(EPT) Sanremo Champion, Ludovic Lacay lead the final set of 36 players who will start day 3 tomorrow and aspire to be the final 21 to finish in the money in the Main Event.
After 13 Levels of play, Lacay was riding on his aggressive poker game style and led the chip stack with 351,400 chips and was way ahead of his nearest competitor, Lauri Pesonen. The top 10 chip finishers at the end of Day 2 also featured WPT Host, Mike Sexton with 241,500 chips and in 7th place.
Brit Kara Scott and current Global Poker Index Leader Marvin Rettenmaeir also kept their hopes alive in the competition. Casino Di Venezia is the oldest casino in the world and action will resume tomorrow on Day 3 here.