Players on their first 15-minute break. 19 players remain and 13 will make the money.
With a board showing and about 500,000 in the pot, Scott Ball was on the button facing a 240,000 turn bet from Bin Weng. He called and the two went to the river.
Both players checked the river and Weng showed what looked to be while Ball took the pot with .
Just before the break, Jake Schindler went all-in from the button for 255,000 and Michael Addamo in the cutoff called.
It looked like goodbye for Schindler as the flop of gave Addamo a set, but the board ran out to give Schindler a straight.
Even the dealer thought Addamo won and mucked Schindler's hand before the table pointed out the straight. The hand only put a small dent in Addamo's massive stack.
Chris Hunichen moved all in on back-to-back hands, but he found no takers as he nearly doubled his stack just from taking down the blinds.
Brian Rast opened on the button and Anthony Zinno three-bet in the small blind. Rast responded with a four-bet jam of around 600,000 and Zinno called with his opponent covered.
The flop of gave Zinno a set of queens and gave Rast two pair. Rast needed to hit an ace to stay alive but couldn't do so as the rest of the board ran out .
With a pot of about 400,000 and a board of , Joan Guilbert bet 210,000. Erik Seidel called.
Guilbert showed for a turned straight and took the pot while Seidel mucked.
The action was found on the turn with about 450,000 already in the middle.
Daniel Smiljkovic bet 300,000 and Erik Seidel called to see the river.
Seidel checked and Smiljkovic moved all in. Seidel thought it over before ultimately laying it down.
David Peters was down to 45,000 and moved all-in from UTG+1. Bin Weng in the small blind and Scott Ball in the big blind both called.
Weng and Ball checked all the way down on the board of . Weng tabled and Ball showed , and neither hand was good against the ace-high of Peters with .
Sam Soverel opened to 60,000 in early position, Daniel Smiljkovic called in the small blind, and so did Seth Davies in the big blind.
The flop came . The blinds checked, Soverel bet 65,000 and only Davies continued.
The turn saw a Davies check-call for 80,000.
Both players checked the river blank and Soverel showed which was good for the pot against the of Davies.
David Peters open-jammed on the button for 350,000 and Mustapha Kanit in the big blind called with slightly less.
Peters was dominated and did not get help from the board that ran out .
Peters got up to leave before Kanit informed him that he hadn't been eliminated as Kanit only had 310,000.