The chip leader at the start of the day was Amir Lehavot and although he's increased his stack of 239,300 to 292,000 he's got little hope of catching Sebastian Saffari (440,000) right now. That's because Lehavot is on a table where everyone bar one other player has a below average stack.
The only stack that poses any danger to Lehavot belongs to Daniel Tighe and he can't event cut Lehavot in half, given that he has 130,000. Also at his table is Tobias Garp (24,000), Tomas Fucik (27,000), Ilan Suloman (85,000) and Sam Chartier. Whilst I was observing Lehavot two of the short stacks got involved in a hand.
From under-the-gun Fucik opened to 2,400 with pocket fives, Gustavo Lopez Garcia three-bet all-in for 6,300 with pocket jacks, Fucik called the extra and the knaves held on the board.