Atlantic City, NJ (December 10, 2012) — Day 2 of the Harrah's Resort Main Event concluded early Monday morning following a 14-hour day. The starting field of 616 is down to 26 and Adam Teasdale leads the way with 1,468,000. Aaron Overton (1,040,000) and Event 2 champion Brandon Fish (1,016,000) are the only other players over the 1,000,000-chip mark.

Cards will be in the air for the third and final day at 12 p.m. The final table will be streamed live on ESPN3 with commentary by WSOP Circuit commentator Bernard Lee and announcements regarding streaming times will be made from the WSOP's Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Hand-by-hand updates will be available on WSOP.com for the duration of the day.

The winner of the Main Event will receive $194,040 in prizes, a WSOP Circuit gold ring and automatic entry into the season-ending $1 Million WSOP National Championship to take place in New Orleans.

Day 3 has serious National Championship implications for Fish. He guaranteed himself the lead in the Casino Champions points race by cashing in the Main Event and is on a National Championship freeroll of sorts, but it may be for naught. If Fish is able to ride his top-three stack to the winner's circle Monday he'll be awarded an automatic seat to the season-ending tournament and the Casino Champion seat will defer to the player second in points.

Three ring events, including the Main Event, remain to be decided Monday, so anything could happen, but Fish sits firmly in the driver's seat following his stellar play.

Day 2 began with 322 players and the money bubble burst shortly after dinner break. Notable names to hit the rail shy of the money include bracelet champions Matt Matros, David Diaz and John Cernuto, Amanda Musumeci, Aaron Massey, Dwyte Pilgrim, Cherish Andrews, Abe Araya, Yossi Azulay, Doug Carli and Day 2 chip leader Victor Crews.

WSOP gold bracelet champion Chris Reslock (58th) and Will Failla (31st) were among the notables to cash in the event.

A full list of players to cash in the Main Event is available on WSOP.com.

Top ten stacks:

1. Adam Teasdale - 1,468,000
2. Aaron Overton - 1,040,000
3. Brandon Fish - 1,016,000
4. Jack Thomas - 993,000
5. Pedro Rios - 861,000
6. Brian Nguyen - 739,000
7. Michael Pariso - 621,000
8. Feming Chan - 506,000
9. Jeffrey Wicker - 494,000
10. Douglas Mackinnon - 455,000

Day 3 begins with blinds of 7,000/14,000 with a 2,000 ante.