With only four tables left of the Main Event in it, the WSOP has nearly finished with the Pavilion Room. What once was the home of all Day 1's and was often packed full of thousands of players is now down to a mere 36. The deafening sounds of 270 tables worth of chip shuffling, the mad rush to the bathroom on breaks, the bracelet ceremonies with our fearless leader Jack Effel, all no more. In about 20 minutes time, the rest of the Main Event, up to the formation of the November Nine, will be decided in the Amazon Room next door, and we will have to wait a year before we get to come back to the sea of tables in this monstrosity of a poker room. Until next year, it's been real Pavilion. Thanks for being so freakin' huge.