We've got a crowded field full of both relative unknowns and big names here on Day 2 of Event #58: $1,111 Little One for One Drop at the 2013 World Series of Poker. A total of 915 players have advanced from the heats on Day 1A and Day 1B. Players played a total of eight levels on those days, and of the 495 of the survivors will be getting paid.
Leading the remaining runners is one of the relative unknowns: Suraj Dutt bagged 90,125 on Day 1B. Rounding out the top ten are Philip Meulyzer (86,950), Mikolaj Zawadzki (85,225), Paul Spitzberg (74,525), Humberto Brenes (67,750), Liv Boeree (67,675), Benjamin Taylor (64,300), Kfir Nahum (63,425), Amir Ali Etemad Saeid (63,000) and Kevin Saul (61,150). Other notables who bagged hefty stacks include Bryn Kenney (58,000), Henry Tran (56,250), Antonio Esfandiari (53,000), Lee Childs (49,000), Mike Sowers (45,500), famed statistician Nate Silver (41,850), Brett Richey (40,650) and Barry Greenstein (38,000)
Cards are scheduled to be in the air at 1 p.m., and we will see 10 levels played today. We'll be on the scene to bring you as many juicy hands and as much information as we can gather.