Late in the day, all eyes are on the race for the chip lead. Henrik Gwinner currently has the top spot. He busted a player in a huge pot when his aces held up against pocket jacks, shooting up to 136,000 in the process.
One table over, Ramon Cserei has been using his new stack to bully everyone else. He has raised several hands and been three-bet in response. He then snap moves all in and earns tortured folds from opponents who know they have the best hands. He showed a bluff after taking down a large pot on the turn (as if anyone didn't know he was shoving light), and padded his stack even further. He's up to 130,000.