At the afternoon's onset it was Jonathan Little and Kevin Saul, winners of major live events, are undoubtedly among the best, but how much better are they than some of the other online phenoms who have put themselves in the position to win only to see the cards fail to cooperate?
Not only is it entertaining to watch talented players square off, it's also interesting in that many of these relative unknowns will be filling future superstar positions in the game. Blair Hinkle is a good example, along with his former roommate Ryan Young.
Young, another youngster who took down a bracelet at the 2007 World Series of Poker, played his usual uber-active style and reaped the benefits, stacking $328,700 by the time we wrapped things up for the night.
Logic would probably dictate that a field chock-full of familiar faces should result in at least a few of those faces making it to the final 27, and it seems the statistics have won out. There are simply too many for me to list here; besides, you don't really want to read a boring list. For the adrenaline ride of a lifetime head over to our Live Updates page and relive all the Day 2 action as if you were there to see it yourself.
Tomorrow will be the playdown to the final nine. Mike Matusow made the final table here last year and he's in a great spot to do it again this time around. Will the Mouth go back-to-back? Will PL.com continue to pwn tournament coverage on behalf of the poker-deprived masses?
The answer is yes.
Or is it?
Tune in to find out.