The $100,000 Super High Roller is down to its final two tables, although those two tables are devoid of any players as they've gone to dinner. Nick Schulman leads with 1.8m and is no stranger to success here at the PCA: he finished fourth in this tournament for $400,000 in 2011.
1. Vladimir Troyanovsky , 384,000
2. Fabian Quoss, 332,000
3. Philipp Gruissem, 1,003,000
4. Greg Jensen, 974,000
5. Cary Katz, 742,000
6. Dan Shak, 1,737,000
7. Nick Schulman, 1,813,000
8. Jason Mercier, Team PokerStars Pro, 767,000
1. Phil Ivey, 1,190,000
2. Antonio Esfandiari, 719,000
3. David Sands, 681,000
4. Bill Perkins, 509,000
5. Vanessa Selbst , Team PokerStars Pro, 1,628,000
6. Vivek Rajkumar, 701,000
7. Scott Seiver, 1,649,000
It is, as expected, a stellar line-up with the likes of Vanessa Selbst and Scott Seiver still going strong. Antonio Esfandiari is attempting to solidify his high roller success, following that incredible One Drop win, with another final table. See who makes it by following our live coverage here.
Rick Dacey is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.