This morning marked the beginning of Day 2 of the $1,675 WSOP Circuit Main Event where a total of 91 players from the 451 starters returned to battle it out for one of the top 54 in-the-money spots. Near the end of the ninth level, play narrowed to just 10 remaining with Mitch Garshofsky (pictured) leading the way.

Mitch Garshofsky will start Day 3 as chip leader of the unofficial final table with 1,687,000 in chips. Rounding out the top three in chips will be Samuel Taylor (1,430,000), and Brandon Miller (1,324,000). Three of the final ten players started out the day with top ten chip stacks including Soukha Kachittavo, Joseph Johanssy, and Jeremy Meacham. The table's shortstack belongs to Je Wook Oh, who recently made a deep run in the World Series of Poker Main Event, taking 86th for $68,624.

Perhaps one of the more interesting stories of the final table belongs to Matt Buonomo who started today dead last in 91st place with only 23,000 in chips. He managed to chip up all day long, and at one point was one of the top stacks of the final two tables only to lose a big hand to a four flush after flopping a set of tens holding    on a     board. His opponent held   , and won with a jack high flush when the   came on the turn. Buonomo will be starting 7th in chips of this unofficial final table.

A few of the more notable players that unfortunately finished shy of the money today included; David 'Renick' Patterson, two time Circuit ring winner Chris Leong, and Ness Reilly. Reilly's husband Tim went on to bubble the final table, cashing for $11,159 in 11th place. Other notable players cashing in the money throughout the day were Brad St. Vincent (50th - $2,633), Cate Hall (32nd - $3,604), Vinny Maglio (21st - $6,376), James Magner (15th - $9,149), and Steven Tabb (12th - $11,159). You can find a full listing of those who earned a cash in the Full Results list.

The final day of the Foxwoods WSOP Circuit Main Event in 2015 will kick off at 12 noon EST tomorrow, and you can follow all of the action here at The final 10 players are guaranteed to take home $11,159 for their efforts, but each one has their sights set on the $149,020 first prize payout, the coveted gold ring, and a seat in the 2016 WSOP Global Casino Championship.

Chip counts for Day 3 of the Foxwoods Main Event:

Seat 1. Joseph Johanssy - 1,300,000
Seat 2. Jeremy Meacham - 529,000
Seat 3. Matt Buonomo - 320,000
Seat 4. Je Wook Oh - 173,000
Seat 5. Mitch Garshofsky - 1,687,000
Seat 6. Soukha Kachittavong - 815,000
Seat 7. Samuel Taylor - 1,430,000
Seat 8. Brandon Miller - 1,324,000
Seat 9. Joseph Tieri - 614,000
Seat 10. Chris Tryba - 1,084,000