Chip leader Albert Daher appears to have started the day relatively tight, and already sitting with a chip stack that would ordinarily be enough to keep him among the leaders even after Day 2, who can blame him.
He pretty much folded for the first half of the first level, but when Martin Finger opened for 1,800 from late position, he sprung into action, three-betting the small blind to 5,200. Finger stared him down, thinking it over for a good three minutes before letting it go.
"First hand of the day," said Daher.
"Great, that makes me feel better," added Finger.