The remaining 70 players are currently on their final break of the day. Each remaining player is guaranteed at least $108,412 in prize money.
Today's third level saw an immediate change in the makeup of the tables, as the yellow, 1,000 denomination chips were colored up and raced off. In the place of yellow are now lavender chips that are worth 100,000 each.
This brought the tournament demise of several players on their quest to be one of the November Nine. Those to hit the rail this level include Frederick Berger, Claudia Crawford, Hoi Lee, PokerStars Qualifier Julian Stuer, and several more.
Ryan Lenaghan has taken over as the current chip leader, sitting with 8,100,000. However, Pius Heinz is nipping at his heels with 8,000,000. Heinz won a fairly substantial pot over at the secondary feature table when his was able to outlast the of shortstack Jared Vengrin and the of Sebastian Ruthenberg that had both players covered. Not far behind the two is Phil Collins with 7,900,000.
When we return we will play the last two hour level of the evening before bagging and tagging.