James Harnden of Cobourg, Ontario, has moved into second place in the race for Ante Up’s 2012 Player of the Year.
Harnden won the $1,600-buy-in World Series of Poker Circuit main event at Palm Beach Kennel Club in West Palm Beach, Fla., which began Feb. 25. Harnden earned $226,395 for the victory in the 778-player field.
Harnden earned 1172.66 Ante Up POY points, good for second place. Abraham Araya of Carrollton, Texas, remains in first place with 1,314 points.
Players earn Ante Up Player of the Year points for finishing in the top 10 of qualifying events. Visit Ante Up’s Player of the Year page for a list of upcoming tournaments and Ante Up’s Leaderboard page for player standings.