Well, as long as you don't go to bed until a little after midnight - which is an unheard-of hour in today's World Series. Tournament officials decided part way through the day that play would continue either through five levels or down to 350 players - whichever came first.
With 1,037 starters it was anyone's guess; but when just over 500 players returned from dinner, the room started to buzz. Over the next few hours, heads snapped and necks craned even more than usual, as every player bent toward each shouted "All-in and call at table X!" That table X is a hot one.
At four minutes past midnight, the last player of the night headed to the rail - stopping play well before the end of the fifth level, sending everyone remaining into Day 3; and filling the room with cheers and applause. That means Day 2B will play to precisely 12:04 tomorrow before calling it a night.
Just who were all these railed players? You may just know a few. Of the four former world champions in the room, two were sent home short of a repeat victory. Tony G, David Pham, Raymond Davis and Joe Sebok. Sebok finally succumbed to the terror table of Can Kim Hua, Lamar Wilkinson and chip monster Kenny Tran.
Tran played dominating poker all day, to finish around $495,000 in chips - good for fourth place in the official tallies. Tobey Maguire also played soundly; and will swing into Day 3 with $150,000 in chips and eighty trillion in actual dollars.
We will head into Day 3 with a light laptop hangover, a canceled credit card and the deepest, hardest, most sensitive updates on this side of the solar system - they do really good work over there on Neptune. (Respect our restraint for not making a Uranus joke.) You just be here.