Well, that didn't take long. On the first hand of the day Chris Molica fell to Justin Gavri over at Table 86.
The two were playing heads-up as no one else had sat down at the table, and the two engaged in a preflop raising war that saw Molica get his stack of 9,000 all in holding . Unfortunately for him, Gavri had him dominated with . The board ran out clean and Molica polished off the $3,000 buy-in faster than anyone else in the tournament.