Surrounded by nothing but trees, mediocre food, bingo and keno halls in the forests of Mashantucket, CT, Day 2 began with the game's most feared Icon standing head and shoulders above it all.
Freddy Deeb, and 2007 Bellagio Cup winner Kevin Saul are all lurking behind the leaders just above Ivey on $200,000 or better.
2007 and 2008 WSOP Stud Hi-Lo bracelet winner Victor Ramdin in that group of players around the $100k+ average stack.
Like we said, 90 players survived the day and Team PokerStars Pro Jonathan Little, PokerStars EPT murderer Jason Mercier and the lovely Anna Wroblewski are among them, despite being below the Mendoza line.
They will all be back sometime around 12 p.m. EST for the start of Day 3 and unless Foxwoods does something to change its reputation for magically morphing into a ghost town after midnight, PL.com will be joining them.