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The 2012 European Poker Tour Berlin Main Event is on to Day 3 and former EPT champion Anton Wigg leads the way.

Day 2 at the 2012 European Poker Tour Berlin Main Event wrapped up on Wednesday after six levels of play. To begin the day, 329 hopefuls returned to action. At the conclusion, that number was whittled down to 102 and they are all in the money.

Former EPT champion Anton Wigg, who won EPT Copenhagen in Season 6, maneuvered himself around all of the obstacles he ran into on Wednesday and bagged up 695,000 in chips. That's good enough to claim the pole position and he'll be the man to catch on Day 3. Wigg played a few big hands during the day, including clashes against Calvin Anderson and Davidi Kitai.