The $25,000 buy-in Monte Carlo Millions Invitational is into Day 2 of play, and the overnight chip leader, Marc Goodwin, continues his strong run.
Players started the tournament with 50,000 in chips, and Goodwin has run his stack to over 622k, building his overall chip lead.
Phil Ivey was second in chips after Day 1, but has had a roller-coaster Day 2. After getting down to as little as 65k, Ivey has built his stack back up to 270,000. The current second is Tony G with 540,000. Chris "Jesus" Ferguson is fourth with 354,000. Twenty players currently remain.
The 120 person tournament has over a $3 million prize pool, which is the largest ever for a European poker event.
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