LAPT7 Brazil: Anderson Kim bags up the chip lead as Day 1B wraps
It's fitting that South America's biggest city is now the home of the richest tournament ever held in Latin America. The LAPT Brazil's two starting days yielded 1,150 entries -an LAPT record- and a prize pool totaling over R$4.4 million. 399 players survived to Day 2 (151 from Day 1A and 248 from Day 1B) and after an insane post-dinner break run, Sao Paulo local Anderson Kim bagged up the overall chip lead with 329,900. He'll start play tomorrow with a mind-boggling 275 big blinds.