Players are now on a 15-minute break and will return soon.
Ying Chan opened with a raise to 75,000 and action folded around to Hugo Alfaro who raised, making it 185,000. Chan was trying to call, but accidentally raised, making it 300,000 total, enough for a min raise. Alfaro quickly called.
The flop was and both players checked, then checked again on the turn.
The river was the and Alfaro checked a third time, then folded to a bet of 600,000 from Chan, so Chan took down the pot.
Anton Morgenstern completed his small blind and Martin Jacobson raised to 105,000. Morgenstern called.
The flop came , Morgenstern check-called the 50,000 bet of Jacobson.
The turn brought them the and both players checked to the on the river. Morgenstern bet 225,000. Jacobson looked at the board, Morgenstern's stack and Morgenstern himself. Jacobson called. Morgenstern showed for jack-high. Jacobson quickly turned around his own hole cards which were for king-high and the pot.
Catching the action on the turn with a heap of chips already in the middle of the table, Bryden Baxter was first to act against Michael Hada. The board showed and Baxter checked it over to Hada who bet, making it 90,000. Baxter then check-raised, making it 250,000 to go. Hada thought for a while before calling.
The river was the and Baxter continued, firing 525,000. Hada dropped deep into the tank.
"You know I have a flush right?" Hada said looking at Baxter during his tank. After a couple of minutes, Hada folded, flashing the two hearts in his hand for a flush.
Baxter smirked, then flashed his own for complete air and took down the pot.
Matthew Davidow shoved all in for 400,000 in total from the small blind and Taylor Paur called in the big blind.
The board ran out to give Davidow another lease at his tournament life as he turned two pair, aces and jacks.
Salvatore DiCarlo shoved all in for 305,000 from the cutoff and Anton Morgenstern called on the button.
The board ran out to give Morgenstern quad tens on the river to eliminate DiCarlo.