Players are now on a 20-minute break to get the feature table started and chip counts verified. Action is scheduled to resume at 3.06 p.m. local time.
Action is back underway now that players have had a short break, and we will be bringing you hand-for-hand coverage for the rest of play.
Hand #1: Richard Milne raised to 50,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #2: Steve Gross raised to 41,000 and folded after Neo Hoang moved all in.
Hand #3: Viktor Skoldstedt raised to 45,000 and all players, including Jeff Blenkarn, folded their cards. Blenkarn showed .
Hand #4: Mike Kachan raised to 42,000 and folded after Milne made it 110,000 to go.
Hand #5: Hoang raised to 54,000 and Milne three-bet to 130,000. Hoang called and they both checked the flop. On the turn, Hoang bet 125,000 and Milne expressed his frustration with the charming Scottish accent before mucking .
Hand #6: Andrew Egan opened for 40,000, Viktor Skoldstedt raised him and when Egan moved all in, Skoldstedt folded.
Hand #7: Eric Shanks opened for 41,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #8: Shanks opened for 41,000 and again won the blinds and antes.
Hand #9: Shanks opened for 41,000, Mike Kachan three-bet to 77,000 and the blinds folded. Shanks moved all in and Kachan folded.
Hand #10: Skoldstedt opened fire 45,000 and Raymond Henson called in the big blind. The flop was . Henson led for 56,000 and Skoldstedt raised to 120.000. Henson called and the dealer rolled over the turn card . Henson checked. Skoldstedt moved all in and Henson let it go.
Hand #11: In the last hand of the previous level, Jeff Gross raised to 40,000. Neo Hoang and Eric Shanks in the big blind called. On the flop, Gross continued for 45,000 and Shanks check-called. Both checked the turn and Shanks led 82,000 after the completed the board on the river.
Hand #12: Mike Kachan raised to 50,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #13: Hoang raised to 60,000 and Richard Milne three-bet to 173,000. Hoang folded and then asked his table neighbor, "Kings again?" Milne replied with "You will see in half an hour," referring to the delay of the live stream.
Hand #14: Andrew Egan raised to 48,000 and all opponents folded.
Hand #15: Jeff Blenkarn raised to 52,000 and Gross, Kachan and Viktor Skoldstedt all called. Skoldstedt took down the pot with a bet of 80,000 on the flop.
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Hand #16: Steve Gross opened for 48,000 and Neo Hoang called in the big blind. The flop was . Both players checked and saw the turn card . Hoang checked and Gross bet 53,000. Hoang moved all in and Gross folded.
Hand #17: Eric Shanks opened for 50,000 and Viktor Skoldstedt called. Richard Milne in the big blind made it 174,000 and took it down.
Hand #18: Mike Kachan opened for 55,000 and Skoldstedt called. The blinds folded and they saw a flop of . Kachan bet 101,000 but folded when Skoldstedt moved all in.
Hand #19: Skoldstedt opened for 50,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #20: Gross opened for 51,000 and won the antes and blinds.
Hand #21: Andrew Egan raised to 48,000 and folded to the three-bet of Raymond Henson.
Hand #22: Viktor Skoldstedt made it 50,000 to go and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #23: Steve Gross limped from the small blind and Mike Kachan in the big blind checked his option. On the flop, Gross bet 26,000 and quickly folded when Kachan moved all in.
Hand #24: Gross raised to 48,000 from the button, Skoldstedt called in the big blind. On the flop, the Swede check-folded to a 43,000 bet of Gross.
Hand #25: Jeff Blenkarn raised to 52,000 and scooped the blinds and antes.