The players are now on a 20-minute break.
Byron Kaverman raised to 26,000 in the cutoff, Fabrice Touil defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Touil checked, Kaverman continued for 37,000, and Touil check-raised to 92,000.
Kaverman moved all in for around 260,000, and Touil quickly called.
Kaverman was in rough shape against Touil's set of sixes, and the didn't improve the American's hand. The river was paint, but the missed him as well, and he was eliminated.
The French contingent in the stands whooped and hollered as their man dragged another pot, and Touil is up to 1.36 million chips.
Bryn Kenney raised to 25,000 on the button, Pierre Neuville defended his big blind, and the flop came . Neuville check-called a bet of 21,000, the turn was the , and Neuville check-called another 57,000.
The river was the , Neuville checked a third time, and Kenney fired a final bullet worth 120,000 or so. Neuville folded.
Fabrice Touil raised to 25,000 in the hijack seat, Pratyush Buddiga called in the cutoff, and the two took a flop of . Touil led out for 37,000, Buddiga called, and the turn was the .
Touil moved all in for effectively 220,000, and Buddiga called putting himself at risk.
Buddiga was drawing dead, and a meaningless completed the board, adding some salt to his wound.
Kevin Eyster raised to 25,000 in the hijack, Amanda Musumeci moved all in for 79,000 on the button, and Eyster was priced in to call.
Eyster got there again as the flop, turn, and river came , giving him a pair of tens, and Musumeci was eliminated in 12th place.
Andrew Lichtenberger limped on the button, Greg Merson moved all in for 180,000 or so out of the small blind, and Kevin Eyster called in the big blind. Lichtenberger thought for a bit, then folded.
Eyster won the hand as the board ran out , giving him a pair of kings, and Merson was eliminated in 13th place. The 2012 WSOP Main Event and $10,000 Six-Handed NLHE champion earned $24,613 for his efforts.
Kevin Eyster raised to 25,000, Jeremy Kottler put in a three-bet to 70,000, and Jay Dragland moved all in for 285,000 out of the big blind. Eyster folded, and Kottler called.
The dominant ace held as the board rolled out , and Dragland was eliminated.