Level six is now complete and the players are heading on a 20-minute breka.
The final Day 2 of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event saw the surviving players from Day 1c - all 2,306 of them - take to the felt spread across the Amazon, Brasilia and Pavilion Rooms.
Everyone's eyes would be on the many notables throughout as well as those sitting high on the chip leader board as UFC Announcer Bruce Buffer kicked the day off with a bellowing shuffle up and deal. 2006 World Champion Jamie Gold would find himself seated alongside 6th place finisher Richard Lee, but it would unfortunately be Day 1c chip leader Mark "P0kerHo" Kroon relinquishing his lead to Imari Love who finished the level with roughly 228,000. However as the level came to a close, Kroon would river trip sixes with his to soar back up to 260,000 to end the level as top dog.
A hand in the Amazon Purple section would last roughly 15 minutes after Dutch player Pieter de Korver went into the tank for 12 minutes on the river before table mate Daniel Negreanu called time. Another hand from the Amazon Room would also cause a stir after a three-way six-bet hand between Jake Cody, Manuel Bevand and Vee Lee would see queens, queens and kings all get tabled!
Speaking of Negreanu, he would grind his short stack through to break, but the likes of David Sands, Brian Hastings, Barbara Enright, Maria Ho, Sam Trickett and Ben Yu would all be sent to the rail alongside Tom Dwan who lost to Nicholas Vannewkirk's to be eliminated.
As the remaining players enjoy some fresh air, refuel on coffee and snacks, you at home can watch a video Sarah Grant recorded with comedian Ray Romano yesterday.