Play resumed after the break with level 4, blinds of 100/200.
Jeff Papola (Little Egg Harbor, NJ) is in the field today and he's one to watch out for. He won the $5,000 buy-in Six-handed event this past summer at the WSOP.
Some players contend that you have to change your style for short-handed play (playing more hands, opening up your range, etc). Others just play as if always in late position. Regardless of which camp you're in, six-max means more action.
Several players have already busted out and tables are being broken down to fill the seats. Impossible to judge the field size, but 46 six-handed tables are currently in action (276 players).