June 5, 2011 : In other events the series continued to progress smoothly with event 4, the $5 000 NLHE, completing Day 2 action with 25 players left from a field of 865, including Jonathan Little, Matt Glantz, JC Tran, Brian Lemke and Carlos Mortenson.
 
By the early hours of Sunday morning only 7 players were left competing for the lion's share of the massive $4 million+ prize pool, with Alan Bari 2 million chips ahead of his nearest rival Thomas Ross and in a seemingly unassailable lead.

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