With 670 players left and an average stack of 9,600 let's give you some news from the Silver Section.
The Brazilian Joao Simao and the American pairing of Will Jaffe and Jason Helder are both making good progress with 67,000 and 55,000 respectively. Also Justin Schwartz has just taken a big pot from Steven Van Zadelhoff to move up to 57,000.
Muhamet Perati is a player who is getting lost in the midst of his growing stack of ante chips. Here he is moving up to 65,000 with the mighty proving that when you run hot…you run hot.
The cutoff raised to 725 and Perati called in the big blind. The action checked through to the turn on a board of before Perati bet 1,125 and his opponent quickly called. The river card was the and Perati fired a second salvo worth 3,800. His opponent started to make strange shapes with his face, but he finally called. Perati flipped over the and his opponent mucked.
The English duo of Chris Moorman and John Eames are sitting on side to side tables. Moorman currently has 22,200 chips and Eames has 13,000 after losing a few in the following hand.
A player in early position raised to 900, Eames three-bet to 2,100 in the cutoff and an older gentlemen flew into the pot with an all-in shove from the blinds. The original raiser folded and the decision was back on Eames.
"Could you have thought about it just for a little bit," Eames said before reluctantly folding his hand.
Players who seem to have waved bye-bye to this event include Andreas Hoivold, Ray Henson, David Peters, Isaac Haxton, Leo Margets, Leonid Bilokur, Nacho Barbero and Luca Moschitta.