Players are now on a 20-minute break.
The chips went in before the flop and Scott Blumstein was at risk for 47,000 against Frank Funaro.
It was a coinflip until the flop came , giving Funaro top pair of jacks. Blumstein couldn't find one of his last fives as the board completed with the on the turn and on the river.
Brian Warren raised under the gun to 11,000 and Fabian Gumz three-bet next to act to 26,000. The action folded back around to Warren who made the call.
The dealer spread a flop of and Warren fired out a bet of 50,000. Gumz took a look at this stack and jammed for a total of 82,000. Warren went deep into the tank for about a minute and decided to throw the hand away.
The action was picked up when a player in middle position went all-in for 85,000 and Andre Akkari called him.
The board ran out and with that Akkari eliminates another player and is now over 400,000 in chips.
The action was picked up with four players going to flop of with about 65,000 in the pot. The player in the small blind checked and the big blind threw out a bet of 15,000. Ali Imsirovic called from under the gun and the two other players folded.
The turn card was the and it went check, check.
The river was the . The player in the big blind threw out a red 25,000 chip. Imsirovic postured for a moment before moving all-in for 78,000. The big blind released his hand and Ismirovic got it through.
On a board of , there were roughly 63,000 chips in the middle and Arthur Conan checked to Kenny Hallaert who put in a bet of 25,000. Conan raised to 105,000, and after about twenty seconds Hallaert called. Conan tabled for Broadway on the river, leaving Hallaert short-stacked.
Koveh Waysei limped under the gun, Travis Lauson called in the small blind and the big blind raised to 14,000. Both Waysei and Lauson made the call.
On the flop, Lauson check-called a bet of 20,000 from the big blind and Waysei got out of the way.
The turn was the , and Lauson check-called the same bet of 20,000.
On the river, Lauson checked for the third time and the big blind fired out 50,000. Lauson raised all of his chips for a total of 112,000. The big blind called and Lauson tabled for a turned flush and his opponent mucked his hand.
The action was picked up on the flop showing and the big blind bet 5,000.
The only other player Andre Akkari made the call. The turn was the and it was checked
Th river was checked by the big blind and Akkari bet 13,000 which was enough to take it down.
Kevin Martin raised under the gun and Scott Blumstein three-bet to 22,000. The action folded back around to Martin who paused for about five seconds before he announced he was all in. Blumstein's cards instantly hit the muck and the dealer sent the pot to Martin.