Access to the feature table is somewhat limited, but we were recently informed that Timothy Adams was eliminated. It happened after a preflop raising war resulted in him being all in with only to run into the of Simon Ravnsbaek. The board would provide no held and Adams made an early exit here on Day 2.
For those who don't know about Ravnsbaek, he is "Ministerborg" on PokerStars and had an impressive showing at this year's SCOOP, not to mention a couple of World Poker Tour appearances in the past year. Even so, in order to play the Super High Roller, Ravnsbaek sold €35K worth of action in small pieces to users on the Danish forum pokernet.dk. All told there's 94 stake holders, plus a couple more since he sold an additional 5k to friends.
Meanwhile, we noticed that Dan Smith has had a heck of a day, already up to 1.4 million here on Day 2. Some of that may have come courtesy of Erik Seidel, who began the day second in chips but has fallen to 300,000.