Among them Phil Ivey, who finished second on Day 1C, and took over the chip lead on the first levels. There was no looking back for the 10-time bracelet winner after that.
While many fell, plenty of notables managed to make it through to Day 3 including NBA superstar Paul Pierce, who survived with 48,600 despite taking a hit after running ace-king into pocket kings. He will be joined by the likes of Larry Ormson (244,000), Daniel Alaei (228,300), Haralabos Voulgaris (164,700), John Juanda (133,700), Barry Greenstein (113,500), Ola "no_Ola" Amundsgard (110,100), Jake Cody (80,000), Daniel Negreanu (39,800), and Byron Kaverman (29,000).
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