Published on November 24th, 2003, 12:59 am EST

Paul Wolfe, a self-employed poker player from Apollo Beach, Florida, is currently sitting as the chip leader after two days of play at the Showdown at the Sands. The second day saw a number of high-profile names get eliminated from the competition, including Phil Hellmuth.

Competition will be fierce heading into the final day, as T.J. Cloutier, Brian Haveson and Daniel Negreanu are all sitting at the final table as well. Brian Haveson won the 2002 World Poker Finals, and Daniel was the youngest player ever to win a Gold bracelet at the World Series of Poker. Here are the chip counts heading into the final day:

1) Paul Wolfe - $378,000
2) Daniel Negreanu - $357,000
3) Mike Matusow - $285,000
4) Annand Ramdin - $277,000
5) Brian Haveson - $274,000
6) John Myung - $145,000
7) T.J. Cloutier - $123,000
8) Thor Hansen - $78,000
9) Alan Schein - $51,000


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