Tony G (who is happy to get back to the streets) bid their adieus.
Ever-ornery Chad Brown, however, played the day with such ferocity you'd think every opponent had insulted his girlfriend's cardplay. Chad finished in second place. We've said it before, we'll say it again: keep an eye on Chad Brown. Because he plays well; and yes, also because he's a little punchy.
Lastly, rounding out the plethora of powerhouse poker processions resuming tomorrow at two is Event 43, Limit Hold'em. The field of 61 will be playing down to a final table; and the ones to watch so far are David Plastik, Noah Boeken and Joe Sebok, all of whom have been playing like they're professionals or something.
So there you have it, poker lovers. There is a fair cornucopia of captivating card-tosses ready to greet you tomorrow, so get plenty of rest, eat plenty of Wheaties, then get plenty more rest before rejoining PokerListings.com. And take care - minds may be blown.