We haven't seen too many players exiting the tournament area at this early stage of the tournament. That was until Australian poker legend Mel Judah was seen quickly striding towards the rail.
While we missed some early action which obviously left Judah with a short stack, we did manage to catch the last hand of his tournament.
By the time we got to the table, Judah had his last 4,250 committed to the pot after a raise and a call in front of him. One opponent got out of the way before the initial raiser made the call.
Judah sighed when his opponent turned the cards over. The sigh would be greeted with another sigh or two as the board was dealt out.
After Judah left the table, one of the players turned to our PokerNews reporter and said, as he pointed to the player who just eliminated Judah, "We've only played 16 hands at this table and that guys played 15 of them"