The 17 remaining players are on their last 20-minute break of the day. One more full level of 90-minutes will be played.
In the third level of the day, just two players hit the rail. Armin Mette went broke with ace-queen on a queen-nine-eight flop. Benjamin Pollak held jack-ten and knocked the Austrian out in 19th place.
Guillaume Diaz finished in 18th after failing to improve his king-jack versus Bastian Dohler's pocket tens and Frederik Jensen's pocket kings. Mette and Diaz took home €19,640 for their accomplishments.
The level also saw the rise of 2014 PCA Champion Dominik Panka, who moved up to second place after lingering at the bottom of the standings for most of the day. The other remaining EPT champion, Jensen, became the victim of Panka's rise and trended downwards, but survived an all in with queen-trey versus ten-nine to stay in.
The chipleader is still Ole Schemion at 1,6 million, but Panka is not far away with 1,5 million.