Day 1 play is officially complete. We saw some pretty amazing comebacks from the likes of Allen Kessler, David Chiu and Howard Lederer.
The field-leading chip stack belongs to Gary Priegen, who has amassed over 25,000 chips.
Join us tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. PDT for continued coverage of event 32. The plan is to play until we have a winner, so tomorrow should be fun to watch.
Rick Schwartz, Ralph Levine, Artie Cobb and Thor Hansen were all eliminated from the tournament.
The tournament director just announced that we will stop play for the evening in 10 minutes.
There are currently 96 players remaining on 12 tables.
Low Card: $100
Having dropped to as low as 600 chips at one point in the tournament, Howard Lederer has quietly built his stack up to an impressive 12,000 chips.
Cyndy Violette, not one to complain about much of anything, just told a floorman, "It is so cold in here, it's inhumane!"
Almost all of the WSOP veterans are wearing jackets and sweatshirts to stay warm.
Facing elimination, Frank Stollmack needed to pair up on the river to avoid being eliminated by David Chiu, who held a pair of tens versus Stollmack's sevens.
Miraculously, Stollmack flipped over a third seven on the river to stay alive in the tournament. Frank is short-stacked, but hanging on with 2,100 chips.
Greg Raymer was eliminated from the tournament when his single pair of aces lost to an opponent's threes and deuces.
Poker authors David Sklansky and Jim McManus have been eliminated from the tournament.