With over 750 entrants in this event, the notables are pretty spread out in the Brasilia room. For the most part, we are only finding one notable per table with a handful of tables that have a couple notables. Table 78 has three, and that's the most we've seen so far.
Seat 2: Annette Obrestad- Also known as "Annette_15" online, Obrestad stormed onto the live poker scene in 2007 when she became the youngest bracelet winner ever, taking down the WSOP-E Main event for a cool 1 million euros the day before her 19th birthday. She has struggled since to find success at the WSOP, but did register an 8th place finish in the $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha heads up event last week.
Seat 5: David Williams- The Team PokerStars pro is one of the most notable faces in the game today. Williams first came on the scene in 2004, when he finished runner up to Greg Raymer in the main event. He pocketed $3.5 million for his efforts. Since then, he has added a bracelet to his resume, and more recently, took down the 2010 WPT Championship for over $1.5 million.
Seat 7- Robert Williamson III- A pot-limit Omaha specialist, Robert Williamson III is one of the most experienced players in the field. Williamson III has one bracelet to his name, winning a $5,000 buy in PLO event in 2002 for just over $200,000. He finished 2nd in the same event in 2005 to this guy named Phil Ivey you may have heard of. He will be a dangerous player in this stacked field.