On tonight's World Series of Poker Main Event episodes on ESPN, all players have reached the money and now it is time to accumulate chips.
It is Day 4 of the WSOP Main Event and the contenders begin to separate themselves from the pretenders.
ESPN airs two straight hours of coverage tonight from 8-10 PM ET, or for those on the West Coast, from 5-7 PM.
With Phil Hellmuth eliminated, the TV tables have some room and it doesn't take long for Vanessa Rousso to steal some of that spotlight. In tonight's episode you will see some memorable clashes with 2009 $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. champion David Bach.
Rousso who has plenty of chips and moxie, looks to become the first female Main Event champion in history.
In addition, Daniel Negreanu, Erick Lindgren and the only remaining former Main Event champion left in the field -- Robert Varkonyi -- look to move on.
On the secondary feature table, the pink-haired Frenchman Guillame Darcourt, WSOP Circuit National Champion Sam Barnhart and the aggressive former chip leader Patrick Poirier continue to run havoc over their unsuspecting tablemates.
A fresh face, Manoj Viswanathan makes a charge and familiar face Allen Cunningham continues his steady rise.
Also grabbing some attention are 2011 WSOP Player of the Year contender Ben Lamb and 2010 WSOP November Niner Joseph Cheong, who looks to become the first member of the November Nine to land in back-to-back Main Event final tables.
And speaking of grabbing some attention, loudmouth Nachman Berlin manages to make people wish the "Poker Brat" was still being featured, as his antics at the table overshadow some of the action.
All the Tuesday night WSOP Main Event coverage will feature hole cards during hands, and follows the traditional Tuesday night format poker fans have come to expect from ESPN in terms of World Series of Poker action.
A starting field of 6,865 players entered the $10,000 buy-in event this year, creating an enormous $64,531,000 prize pool which will make the eight finalists all millionaires and the winner will walk away with $8,711,956.
Who will make the "November Nine" and return in November to a sold-out Penn & Teller theater? The journey has begun, and each and every week, the WSOP on ESPN will bring viewers inside the event to follow the storylines that develop throughout gaming's richest annual event.