Day 2 marked the first time that all the players remaining in the tournament met to do battle under the same roof, and it didn't disappoint.
As is usually the case, the Day 1 chip leader struggled in the early stages of Day 2. Brazil's Felipe Ramos tried a massive $100,000 bluff against Matt Stout, Max Pescatori, Mark Seif, Eric Liu, Kathy Liebert and Tom Franklin, Alexandre Gomes, Peter Eastgate, Vicky Coren and Edward Sabat.
Tomorrow should be another interesting day at the PCA as we attempt to go from 103 players down to 32 and the serious money starts getting paid out. Be sure to check out PokerListings.com as we crank up the coverage and give you the most comprehensive and entertaining play-by-plays this side of the Atlantic.