While the first level isn't even in the books yet, some players have already parted ways with a big portion of their chips while others have soared early on.
As we walked up to Table 30, Nick Petrangelo had just checked on a flop of . Ryan D'Angelo, on the button, bet 2,400 and Petrangelo called. Under the gun player Petrangelo check-called another 6,000 on the turn before both checked the on the river. Petrangelo mucked upon being shown by D'Angelo.
The next hand, Ryan D'Angelo raised his cutoff and Nick Petrangelo called from the big blind. Petrangelo check-called 1,000 on the flop, 2,600 on the turn and 4,500 on the river. D'Angelo showed for a straight and Petrangelo mucked again.