It's been announced that the first prize guarantee has dropped from 10 million to 8 million, but a bigger change is that they are guaranteeing that 1,000 players will cash. Last year, with nearly 7,000 entrants they paid just under 6,700 players, with a min cash of $18,000 so I guess if they're paying another 3,000 players, that min cash will be smaller unless they get a much bigger field. It looks like they want more entrants by offering a greater chance to at East get your money back. This increased opportunity to cash is not going to get me to risk $10,000 on my meagre poker skills, and I wondered what difference you all thought this change might make to the size of the field? Does the change tempt anyone to play who otherwise wouldn't have?