We've seen some big names go out after the first break, including DTO Poker founder and high-stakes MTT end-boss Dominik Nitsche, who could not manouvre his short-stack past the last 70.
WSOP bracelet and ring winner Richard Ashby max-late regged but could not get anything going, and busted in 72nd. Joining him was one of Estonia's best in Igor Pihela Jr, who also found the rail.
Michael Molenaarhas span his stack of 80k (20bb) up to past 400k (100bb) during this Day 2, joining Conor Berginas one of the bigger stacks in the event. Scott Margesonis another to keep an eye on, as the former WPT champion now has around 250k (62.5bb) and will be one to watch as we approach the bubble.