The night before (really the morning of Day 32) Max Pescatori and a certain PL.com reporter named Matt Showell.
As is usually the case, the event played out incredibly fast, with 2,465 eliminations (!) in 10 levels of play. Alvin Zeidenfeld finished the day as the chip leader with $157,000 chips but Victor Ramdin taking the lion's share of the chips during certain points, but somehow, some way, Hellmuth managed to win it back by the end of the night, and will be taking $280,000 chips into the final day of Event 51 tomorrow.
There are still 21 players remaining so it's not a final table by any means, but just the fact Hellmuth has made it this far is impressive. If Hellmuth somehow does win tomorrow, he will have won his record-setting 12th bracelet and his first in a non-Hold'em event.
Be sure to join us tomorrow as we see both Mizrachi and Hellmuth go for bracelets. Click here to go for your own bracelet.