In the first hand over at Table 377, David "Devilfish" Ulliott raise under the gun and took down the pot. In the second hand, Jason Mercier raised to 24,000 on the button only to have the Devilfish reraise 54,000 more from the big blind. Mercier thought for a moment before releasing the hand. "Did you have a good hand," Mercier asked.
"Yeah," replied the Devilfish. "I've been playing this game too long to know that if you ain't got no chips, you haven't got a chance."
The PokerNews Live Reporting Team are back, armed to the teeth with pens, notepads and buckets of Starbucks coffee in preparation for another exciting day of six-handed PLO action!
From 507 of the world's finest, we're down to just 15, with the leader of the pack none other than Gregory Brooks, who has already had one small cash in this year's WSOP, but that's not the reason why he's so well-known. Perhaps it's something to do with that WPT L.A. Poker Classic title that he won back in February for over $1.6 million. Just sayin'.
In any case, there are still sharks swarming in this field, including David Chiu and Michael McDonald, who are the other two chip leaders, plus Chris Moorman, Jason Mercier ... heck, probably errbody out there. You don't have to come and confess, we've already found you!
So you can run and tell that PokerNews are now on standby for the start of Day 3 of WSOP Event #35 at 2.30pm PST (GMT -7). Homeboy.