Players are now on a 20-minute break.
Larry Wright raised to 17,000 in the hijack seat, Paul Volpe defended his big blind, and Volpe drew one card. Wright stood pat.
Volpe slid out a bet of 30,000, Wright tank-called, and Volpe fanned . Wright tabled a black and mucked the rest of his hand.
Rep Porter raised to 20,000 from early position, Jason Mercier called in the hijack, and Daniel Negreanu reraised to 67,000 out of the cutoff. Both Porter and Mercier called.
Porter and Mercier both drew one card, Negreanu stood pat, and all three players checked. Porter turned over the .
"I can beat that," Negreanu announced.
Mercier didn't budge, so Negreanu fanned . Porter mucked, as did Mercier.
Jason Mercier raised to 16,000 from late position, Brian Rast three-bet to 48,000 on his left, and Mercier called. Mercier drew one, Rast stood pat, and both players checked.
Rast took the pot with .
Larry Wright raised to 20,000 in early position, Brian Rast moved all in for 80,000 or so on the button, and Wright called. Both players drew one and tabled their cards.
Wright paired his three, Rast pulled a , and the latter doubled through.
Daniel Negreanu raised to 25,000 from the button and Paul Volpe called out of the big blind. Each player opted for one new card at the draw and Volpe came out firing for 34,000. Negreanu called and Volpe slowly fanned on the felt for a losing straight.
Negreanu showed and scooped the pot. He's now over 500K in chips while Volpe has dropped to 230,000.
Abe Mosseri raised to 18,000 on the button, John Monnette three-bet to 50,000 out of the small blind, and Mosseri called.
Both players stood pat, Monnette fired out 109,000, and Mosseri folded.
Paul Volpe is the only player at the table without a WSOP gold bracelet.
Abe Mosseri raised to 18,000 and a crippled Darren Elias three-bet all in for 18,500 - just 500 more. Action came back to Mosseri and he announced a call. Mosseri stood pat and Elias opted for one.
Elias instantly rolled over his new card, showing the and pairing his ten. He was eliminated in 9th place and collected $19,283 in prize money. His elimination prompted a full redraw to the unofficial final table of eight. A full seating chart and chip counts will be made available shortly.
Abe Mosseri raised to 18,000 in the cutoff, Darren Elias moved all in for effectively 172,000 out of the small blind, and Mosseri called, putting himself at risk.
Elias stood pat and Mosseri drew one.
Mosseri turned over the , and doubled through. Elias was left with less than three big blinds.