On Day 1a Matt Stout among the big stacks. It wasn't 4:20, but Stout still went all-in facing a raise and a reraise all-in that was called halfway through the day when he woke up with aces.
He got called, the aces held and Stout never looked back on the road to a close to $300k stack, good for 10th in chips when it was all said and done.
Meanwhile, Ryan Young in the late stages, giving himself another chance to bubble a TV final table as we go forward here in Vegas. Here's hoping Joe can catch a big enough payday to keep PokerRoad rolling.
While the heads of kings were being chopped off and new ones were growing in their place, more than half the field hit the rail, leaving somewhere around 105 survivors heading into Day 3.
They'll get going around noon tomorrow with plans to play another five levels and if the pace of this carnage keeps up we'll probably reach the 50-player money bubble before it's through.
Not even $2.25 Buds at Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon could keep PL.com from our live update duties tomorrow and, once again, your presence is politely requested.