While things started out slow for their favorite player, it became clear by midday that this was going to be Max Pescatori (28th), and two-time WSOP bracelet winner and one-time WPT champ Hoyt Corkins (36th).
In the meantime, Erick Lindgren will start Day 5 with $1.5 million in chips right on Ulliott's heels and not too far from end-of-Day 3 chip leaders Jordan Rich and Matthew Casterella, who held on to their solid stacks throughout the day to finish just behind Negreanu.
Plus, Doyle Brunson may have made an early exit, but son Todd still has a shot at adding his name to a tournament named after his daddy heading into play on Monday with around $1.1 million.
All eyes will also be on Ryan Daut, winner of the Season 5 WPT PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, and his $1.2 million in chips, a stack that leaves no doubt the kid can play some poker.
The way things are shaping up we could be headed toward a star-studded final table here at the Classic, but the only way to get there is through Day 5 which starts Monday at 12 p.m. (PST) right here on PokerListings.com.