With late reg. now closed the total number of entries is confirmed at 2,013, creating a £231,495 prize pool, and a first-place prize worth £42,248.
Katie Swift has become the second Team Grosvenor member to exit after David Haye.
Swift, who was in for a full six bullets like Haye, had found a double-up after the late reg. period closed, but not long after that, her name appeared in the list of eliminations.
The Grosvenor Goliath Main Event has reached 2,000 entries just minutes before the end of late reg. in Level 13.
With the end of the late reg. period fast approaching David "TheHayemaker" Haye has seen his last chance of returning for Day 2 disappear.
Haye recently lost his final Day 1 bullet, which meant he would not repeat the feat from 2019 when he made a debut run to 40th place.
The newest member of Team Grosvenor will no doubt be continuing his poker education in preparation for next year's Goliath event.
|David "TheHayemaker" Haye||Busted|
Katie Swift moved all in for 15,000 from under the gun with and "stpokered2020" called from the small blind with .
The board ran out and Swift, who like Nixon is on her final bullet, doubled up.
Jamie Nixon has just managed to find a vital double up holding pocket kings and then sent an opponent to the rail holding ace-jack.
Nixon, who is on his sixth and final bullet, is up to his highest stack so far with 141,000.
Late registration in the 2020 Grosvenor Goliath Main Event will end after the completion of Level 13.