Day of Event #54: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low is set to kickoff here at 2 p.m. local time, and Jonathan Depa tops the chip counts with 442,000 after 18 levels. Shiva Dudani sits in second as the only other player above 400,000 with 405,000.
The real headliner here, however, may be Fabrice Soulier. The Frenchman has amassed a long and successful tournament resume dating to 2000, featuring more than $5.5 million in cashes. He already has one bracelet and is looking for his second after a near-miss in last year's World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, when he took second for more than $800,000.
Florian Langmann (265,000), Ted Lawson (199,000), Lee Markholt (136,000), Eoghan O'Dea (96,000), and Paul Volpe (50,000) also bring chips into Day 3.
Cards will be in the air at 2 p.m. and we may see a winner crowned, though the potential for an unscheduled fourth day remains due to a late start on Day 1 thanks to the unprecedented Monster Stack field.