They're down to 140 players, meaning 20 starters have already managed to lose their 10,000 starting chips while playing limit poker.
'Miami' John Cernuto
Among those remaining are several notables, including three-time WSOP bracelet winner 'Miami' John Cernuto. He's currently ranked 54th on the Hendon Mob's All-Time money list with over $5 million in lifetime tournament winnings. John has proven that he can play all the games as his bracelets were won in Limit Omaha, Stud Hi/Lo, and No Limit Hold'em. He's definitely a force to be reckoned with and is currently up to ~17k in chips.
Also in the field is Chris Reslock, who has one WSOP bracelet (7-Card Stud) but Chris has several other titles won playing Omaha, so he's another player to watch out for.
Wendell Barnes admits he's not an Omaha player, but is learning by playing it in his home games. He busted out of today's No Limit event, and thought he would get some more practice. Wendell is probably best know for his 7th place finish in the 2006 WSOP Circuit Main Event in Tunica, MS. He shared the final table with eventual winner Daniel Negreanu and got lots of TV time on ESPN.
Wendell has just returned from the Bahamas where he final-tabled the PCA Turbo Bounty event.