The remaining players are now on a 60-minute dinner break.
On the flop, Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst was all in for 531,000 with the for top two pair against Dan Shak. Unfortunately for Selbst, her two pair was behind Shak's for bottom set.
The turn was the , and the river completed the board with the . Selbst finished second best in the hand and was eliminated just short of the dinner break. Shak moved up to around 2.65 million in chips.
After Olivier Busquet raised to 50,000 form under the gun, Andrew Pantling reraised all in from the cutoff seat for 346,000. Play then folded over to Jake Schindler in the big blind, and he studied the situation before announcing a reraise all in for 448,000. Busquet folded.
Schindler showed the and was dominating Pantling's . The board ran out , and Pantling was eliminated.
Sven Reichardt opened the hijack to 50,000, and Martin Finger on the button made the call. Both blinds folded, and the two of them saw a flop.
Reichardt continued for 75,000, and Finger raised it up to 205,000 with 733,000 behind. Reichardt shoved all in, and Finger called.
The on the turn brought Finger a flush draw, but the on the river was of no help. Finger eliminated in 16th place.
Ryan Fee and Dan Shak got their chips in before the flop, and Shak was way behind. With , Shak needed some help against Fee's .
And help he would get: the in the window moved him in front. The board came , and Fee needed to ship a million to his foe.
Not much later, Fee did get some chips back. Seidel pushed his stack in with , and Fee had an easy decision with . Seidel did flop some outs with , but the on the turn, and on the river were of no help.
According to Jake Schindler, Nick Wong had opened to 50,000, and Busquet (button), Troyanovskiy (small blind), and Pantling (big blind) all made the call.
Both blinds checked to Wong on the flop, and the initial raiser bet out 125,000. Busquet made the call in position, and Troyanovskiy folded after some hefty thinking. Pantling folded immediately after that, and the turn was next.
As soon as the fell, action was very rapid. Wong announced all in, and Busquet instantly called. Wong had flopped two pair with the , but needed to get one more of those after Busquet rolled over the for a flush.
The river did pair the board, but it was the wrong board pair for Wong; the .
The dealer started counting, but it was soon apparent that Wong (894,000) was covered by Busquet (1,194,000). Busquet is now the the chip leader, surpassing his buddy Daniel Colman.
From the button, Morten Klein raised to 50,000. John Juanda was in the small blind and reraised to 147,000. Play moved back to Klein, and he moved all in. With about 455,000 left in his stack, Juanda thought for a bit, then folded, and Klein won the pot.
From the cutoff seat, Andrew Pantling raised to 50,000. Mustapha Kanit reraised to 110,000 on the button, and play folded back to Pantling to see him make the call. The flop came down , and Pantling check-called a bet of 85,000.
The turn was the , and both players checked to see the fall on the river. Both players checked again.
Pantling showed for a pair of fives, but Kanit's were best and he won the pot.
From the hijack seat, Dan Shak raised to 55,000. Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst reraised all in from the cutoff seat for 371,000, and play folded back to Shak. He also gave it up, and Selbst won the pot.
The live stream cut to one of the outer tables, and when it cut back, Saar Wilf and Martin Finger had their chips in the middle and the dealer was busy dealing a board.
Wilf was all in for 297,000, making it possible he just pushed his stack forward before the flop from the hijack position with . Martin Finger had and just 194,000 behind, so this was an important one for him as well.
The on the flop, and on the turn, were of no thread to Wilf, but the on the river did hurt. Wilf got up from the table, shook some hands, and made his exit.