Hand #18: Mike Sowers raised to 115,000 in middle position and Pete Chen defended his big blind, leaving himself with just 595,000 behind. The flop was and the players got the rest of Chen's stack in the middle.
Chen was ahead with a pair of nines and doubled up after the turn and on the river.
Hand #19: Marton Czuczor raised to 120,000 on the button. The blinds folded and Czuczor won the pot.
Hand #8: From the hijack, Andres Korn raised to 110,000. Action folded to Mark Zullo in the big blind who didn't hesitate for too long before moving in for 910,000. Korn asked for a count and called shortly after.
The flop brought the but that card was accompanied by the and , giving Korn a set. Zullo needed runner-runner but failed to catch up as the hit the turn and hit the river.
Zullo takes home $53,615 and the remaining seven players are guaranteed $71,300 from here on out.
After three days of play in Event #56: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em, nine players will come back today at 1 p.m. local time to play it out for $618,285 and the WSOP gold bracelet.
Andres Korn from Argentina leads the way with 4,040,000. Korn holds a small lead over his nearest rival, Thomas Boivin, who finished the day with 3,190,000. Hungarian Marton Czuczor sits in third with 1,750,000, followed by Americans Mike Sowers (1,630,000) and Mark Zullo (975,000). Pete Chen, from Taiwan, has 910,000, and Spain's Sergio Cabrera has 890,000. Rounding out the final table is the third American, Andy Spears, who will start the final table with 740,000 in chips, or 15 big blinds.
There are roughly 52 minutes left in Level 27: 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante.
All 9 players at the final table are guaranteed $41,031 at this point but are gunning for more.
Action will resume at 1 p.m. local time and the PokerNews Live Reporting team will be on the floor to provide live updates until a new WSOP bracelet winner is crowned.