No more having to get up and go when your aces get cracked in the early stages. When there're re-buys involved everyone is afforded a second chance, and a third, and a... well, you get the picture. Today at high noon players turned out in droves, re-buy chips in hand, for a chance at the fifth Michael Banducci, John Juanda, Gavin Smith and Phil Hellmuth were all able to get their hands on chips, only time will tell if their grip will be strong enough.
All told 766 made it out with an unbelievable 2,258 re-buys, swelling the prize pool to just under $2.9 million!
Action continues as I publish this blog so make sure to keep an eye on our live updates, coming to you straight from the tournament floor. If you just can't stand reading, which makes me wonder how you got this far, ship it over to our video page where your host Amy Macbride will be posting her daily recap shortly after action wraps for the night.
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