It's been a massacre.
We're 90 minutes into Day 3 and we're already down to our last 20 players.
Players are now guaranteed $3,860, but they have bigger goals in mind, we're almost down to the final two tables.
And that means we're getting closer to the final table.
We've also seen a new chip leader emerge, Javier Venegas has passed the 1 million mark and sits atop the leader board.
He took a big chunk off of Horno's stack when he hit a set of threes on the river.
Venegas has also been one of the more vocal players of the tournament.
The most recent table talk was about the small quake that woke a few people up this morning.
We here at the PokerStars Blog weren't woken up though, it takes more than a 5.5 to bring us out of our post-reporting comatose state.
But Nicholas Bradley Batt isn't used to seismic movement. "I never felt anything like it in my life," Batt said. "I couldn't sleep."
"I liked it," Venegas said. "It was fantastic."
The table burst into laughter and Venegas further explained how he enjoyed the little morning rumble.
But today's underground activity doesn't compare with the amount of poker activity we've been seeing.
We're about to hit our final two tables and start playing down to our final eight.
For more on Day 3, check out our intro video where Kristy Arnett also delves into the world of Chilean empanadas.