The tournament has been paused momentarily while the orange 5,000-denomination chips are colored up so that there are just three denominations of chips on the table; the red 25,000, white and brown 50,000 and green 100,000-denomination.
Hugo Pingray raised to 500,000 from the hijack and Bobby Byram reraised all in on the button for roughly 13.5 million. Action folded back to Pingray who called all in for 3.01 million.
The board ran out , safe for Pingray to score the double up.
The action folded to Sean Drake in the small blind, and for the second time in as many orbits, he moved all in. Jason Leifer sat in the big blind with roughly 1.3 million and he made the call for his tournament life.
The board ran out to see Leifer eliminated in 13th place for $78,965 as Drake climbed to 16.7 million in chips.
From the button, Joseph McKeehen raised to 480,000 and Lynne Beaumont defended her big blind before leading out for 600,000 on the flop.
McKeehen deliberated for a few moments before cutting out a raise to 1,550,000 as Beaumont went into the tank for several minutes before eventually releasing her hand and slipping to 9.3 million as McKeehen climbs to nearly the same mark.
Zach Gruneberg opened to 500,000 from early position and Josh Hillock called from the big blind. They checked to the turn of a board where Hillock led for 600,000. Gruneberg raised to 1.5 million and after about 90 seconds Hillock reraised all in for 5.75 million. Gruneberg tanked, but eventually folded.
Thayer Rasmussen opened with a raise to 500,000 only to have Jason Leifer three-bet the button to 1,150,000. With the action on Joseph McKeehen in the small blind, he moved all in for 3,295,000 total.
Rasmussen mucked, and after a few minutes of deliberation, Leifer made the call.
The flop kept McKeehen in the lead, and when the landed on the turn all he would need to fade would be any ace or king.
The river landed the and McKeehen more than doubled to 6.5 million as Leifer slipped down to 2.4 million in chips.
Bobby Byram opened to 525,000 from under the gun and Zachary Gruneberg defended the big blind to see a flop fall with both players checking.
On the turn, Byram bet out 700,000 and Gruneberg made the call as the landed on the river and Byram bet 1,075,000.
Gruneberg called, but then mucked once Byram tabled his for top set.
Zach Gruneberg opened to 550,000 from under the gun, Claas Segebrecht called from the hijack and Josh Hillock called from the small blind.
The flop fell and Hillock checked to Gruneberg who bet 850,000. Segebrecht called, Hillock folded and the landed on the turn. Gruneberg checked this time and Segebrecht fired what looked to be 1.4 million. A call from Gruneberg resulted in the river which both players checked.
Segebrecht tabled , besting Gruneberg's to win the pot.
The cards are back in the air!