We're on a short delay to sort out a chip discrepancy.
As you're about to read, the featured table has been swapped out during the break, and the tournament staff racked up and transferred the chips while the players were away.
When Jody Howe returned to his new table, Table 312 in the Orange section now, there was a single, orange T5,000 chip on his chair. All alone. He did the wise thing and called the staff over, proposing that it belonged in his stack. The staff disagreed, however, telling him that it must come out of play. Howe put up a protest, and the staff is going to take a look at the tapes and see what they can see.
It appears that was only the start of the commotion.
While the men in suits were sorting out that situation, a couple other players at the table piped up with discrepancies in their stacks as well. Among those chiming in was Erick Lindgren. We counted E-Dog at 2.525 million at the break, but he tweeted that he had 2.8 million. And then a moment ago, he added, "Either I miscounted by exactly 300k or they misplaced my chips on the move to feature table. Ben lamb is missing 200k he says."
The tournament directors are back on the mic now, and it appears the situation has been rectified.