Players are currently bagging up their chips for the evening. 118 of them will return tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. PDT for Day 2.
Among our chip leaders are Mike Matusow, Scotty Nguyen, and Marcel Luske, all of whom will certainly provide some lively Day 2 commentary.
We hope you enjoyed tonight's coverage. Tune in tomorrow for all of the Day 2 action.
Unable to overcome the short stack, Cliff Josephy was eliminated just before the end of Day 1 action.
Mike Sexton's sevens and fives held up to net him a big pot just before the break, bringing his chip stack up to 12,000.
Greg Raymer just sent Erick Lindgren home early, by way of an ace-high flush and 7-low.
Raymer now has 13,000 chips.
Mike Matusow and John Cutter got involved in their first major tussle since being placed at the same table.
Cutter got the best of it, scooping the pot with fours full of kings. Matusow mucked his hand, saying "Now I'm ******* steaming. No more Mr. Nice Guy."
After the hand, here's how they stand:
Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, wearing his trademark black trenchcoat and cowboy hat, is on his way out of the tournament area. He was eliminated by Marcel Luske.
Approximately 128 players are left of the original 236 who entered.
Sabyl Cohen just won a big pot from Eli Elezra, which left him with 10,750 chips.
Sabyl is on a roll and has built her stack up to 17,550.
Michael Keiner, who won a bracelet in Event 14 ($1,500 7 Card Stud), was just eliminated from the field.