The truth was that when they Victor Ramdin and inevitably Allen Kessler hit the rail before the bubble burst, Team Jonathan Little, who sucked out a flush on the final hand of the day to get his stack up in the $470,000 range.
Jon Friedberg made quad kings to crack Dimitri Haskaris' aces in the late stages to get within spitting distance of the top ten and Alex Bolotin, Gavin Smith and a host of lesser knows are there as well.
With 32 left, Foxwoods plans to play down to nine players or a full five levels on Day 4 tomorrow, whichever comes first.
It'll all get going sometime around 12 p.m. EST Sunday from the Foxwoods Sunset Ballroom and PL.com plans to cover it all.
A $1.1 million first place prize and WPT glory hangs in the balance so not even the softest 1-3 Stud games this side of the Mississippi could keep us from it.