After two long days of play Day 1 chip leader Sam Trickett and defending champ Antonio Esfandiari have hit the rail, leaving a surprising mix of players to battle for the biggest prize ($15.3m) in poker.
Leading the pack is Rick Salomon, husband of Pamlela Anderson and frequenter of some of the biggest poker home games in Hollywood.
Right on his heels are poker pros Tobias Reinkemeier, Daniel Colman and Daniel Negreanu, who would become the decisive all-time money leader in poker with a win.
One player will still go home empty-handed, however, as the money bubble hits right at 8 players. Click through to our WSOP Big One for One Drop Player List and Bios to get more familiar with the final nine.
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Negreanu's pre-tourney thoughts on what he'd do with the prize money: