The remaining players are on a 20-minute break.
Claudio Falcaro raised all in for 81,500 pre-flop and was called by chip leader Jason Baker.
The board ran out allowing Falcaro's kings to hold and his stack to increase to around 180,000.
Claudio Falcaro opened the pot with a raise to 21,000 from middle position and Edward Marcus popped it to 60,000 from the cutoff. A short-stacked Christoher Perez stuck in his remaining 38,000-ish into the middle, resulting in a fold from Falcaro.
Things looked bleak for Perez, but the board ran out to bring him back in the game with about 110,000. Marcus slipped to roughly 230,000.
Pre-flop Sean Drake raised to 20,000 and was only called by Edward Marcus. The flop came . Marcus checked and Drake bet 31,000. Marcus raised to 80,000 and after a bit of contemplation Drake folded his hand.
Drake now sits at around 180,000 and Marcus is up to around 260,000.
Table chip leader Jason Baker raised to 30,000 from middle position and was called by Stefan Martin. The flop fell and Baker led out for 45,000. Martin announced all in and Baker quickly called, turning over . A discouraged Martin flipped up and was behind the trip fours of Baker. The turn and river brought the and the respectively. This hand brings Jason Baker up to around 970,000 in chips.
With this elimination, the final table of this year's first event is set!
The action folded around to Robert Gullickson in the small blind who min-raised to 16,000. Chip leader Jason Baker made the call from the big blind and they saw a flop of . Gullickson opened the betting by announcing that he was all in for 136,000 and Baker made the call flipping over for top set. Gullickson meekly flipped over .
When the turned, Gullickson picked up outs in the form of any remaining 7, but his hopes were dashed when the fell on the river. This hand put Baker around 700,000.
The remaining ten players have combined to one table and when the next player is eliminated, the WSOP's first official final table will be set.
Edward Marcus is still alive after he went all in pre-flop with the against Christopher Perez's . The board ran out giving Marcus a pair of jacks to win the hand
After the hand Perez was down to around 80,000 while Marcus doubled to around 175,000.
Daniel Quach and Stefan Martin have been getting tangled up in a lot of pots together. The most recent victory went to Quach when his made three of a kind on a board of . On the river, Quach bet 40,000 and Martin called, but Martin mucked his hand when he saw Quach's fours.
Quach is now has around 330,000 while Martin is down to around 265,000.