Obviously, today's main attraction will be the fourth and penultimate day of the Greg Mueller headlining a final table that also included people you'd only have heard of if they were your immediate family, and even then probably not.
The big prize went to Chandrasekhar Billavara, the owner of a coffee shop in San Francisco and an unabashed amateur. Billavara won his first WSOP bracelet after defeating Taylor Douglas in heads-up play, earning $722,914 in prize money and, even better, this exclusive PokerListings.com interview.
Basically, we can't wait to tell you who will take Billavara's place at the top of the podium this year, but we'd rather it was you we were writing about. Suffice it to say, if you can beat these games the $1.5k donkaments should be no problem.