A rather robust 676 of poker's best and brightest hit the felt today, barely inching over the 660 from yesterday, but still making the total field an EPT record 1,347.
As big as that sounds, the real proof is in the massive Caribbean booty these pirates are pining to pillage.
The total prize pool is over $12 million, with a $3 million first-place prize making this the largest chunk of EPT loot ever - outside of Glen Chorny's $3.1 million take from last year's Grand Final.
The Europeans meeting the North Americans somewhere closer to their turf and Jon Friedberg and Kevin Saul. Plus, a ton of those Stateside kids smoking people all over the place online and traveling around the planet stealing the live donks' blinds also have chips.
When PL.com's baller coverage begins around noon tomorrow right here, all 380 men and women from all over the globe will be looking up at Day 1a chip leader Felipe Ramos from Brazil and his massive $360k stack.
Nobody else is really close right now, but with 380 left, this booty is definitely still up for grabs.