The players are now on a 20-minute break.
Hand #119: Brandon Steven received a walk in th ebig blind.
Hand #120: Rick Salomon received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #121: Tom Hall made it 675,000 from under the gun and the rest of the table folded.
Hand #122: Christoph Vogelsang raised to 750,000 from the small blind, Hall folded his big blind, and Vogelsang took down the pot.
Hand #84: Antonio Esfandiari raised and took down the blinds and antes from the cutoff seat.
Hand #85: Daniel Negreanu raised to 650,000 from the cutoff seat and won the pot.
Hand #86: Daniel Negreanu raised to 650,000, and Tobias Reinkemeier called from the big blind to see the flop come down . After Reinkemeier checked, Negreanu bet 800,000, and Reinkemeier folded.
Hand #87: Scott Seiver raised to 650,000 from the cutoff seat, Paul Newey called on the button, and the flop came down . Seiver bet 650,000, and Newey folded.
Hand #88: Action folded to Reinkemeier on the button, and he raised to 650,000 to win the pot.
Hand #89: Unknown action.
Hand #90: Scott Seiver got a walk in the big blind.
hand #91: Daniel Colman raised on the button and won the pot.
Hand #92: Esfandiari raised from under the gun and won the pot.
Hand #93: Action folded to Reinkemeier in the small blind, and he called. Antonio Esfandari checked from the big blind, and the flop came down . Reinkemeier checked, Esfandiari bet 425,000, and Reinkemeier called.
The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river. Both players checked.
Reinkemeier showed the , and Esfandiari mucked.
Hand #94: Colman raised to 650,000 from under the gun. Seiver reraised to 1.9 million from the next seat, and everyone folded.
Hand #116: The very next hand after being crippled by Christoph Vogelsang it was Brandon Steven who moved all in from the button for 420,000. Rick Salomon gave up his small blind and the German pro called.
The board ran out and Steven kept his hopes alive by, more than, doubling up.
Hand #117: Brandon Steven moved all in from the cutoff for about 950,000 and Rick Salomon called from his immediate left. Both blinds folded and the showdown went as following.
The board ran out and Steven found himself another double up! Back-to-back double ups have put Steven back in the race, but he still one double up shy of having a comfortable stack to play with.
Hand #118: Christophe Vogelsang raised from the button to 625,000 and Cary Katz tanked for quite a while before three-betting from the big blind to 2,800,000. Vogelsang folded and Katz picked up this pot.
Hand #112: Rick Salomon received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #113: Christoph Vogelsang made it 600,000 from the button and Cary Katz called from the big blind. The flop came down and both players checked to see the fall on the turn. Two more checks allowed the board to complete with the and Katz checked for a third time. Vogelsang fired 400,000 and Katz let it go.
Hand #114: Brandon Steven received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #115: Vogelsang was under the gun and raised to 625,000. Action folded to Steven in the small blind and he three-bet shipped all in. Action came back to Vogelsang and he called for his own tournament life of 7.155 million.
The flop came down , keeping Vogelsang's pocket nines in the lead. Steven cried for an ace or a king on the turn, but it was instead the .
"We have one more pull at it," said Steven. "Come on! Ace or king!"
The ultimately hit the river, allowing Vogelsang to score a huge double up to around 14.9 million. Steven, on the other hand, has been crippled to just 490,000.
Hand #82: Daniel Colman raised to 650,000 from under the gun, winning the blinds and antes.
Hand #83: Antonio Esfandiari limped in on the button, Daniel Negreanu completed from the small blind, and Colman checked in the big blind. All three players checked on a flop of , the turn was the , and Negreanu led out for 550,000. Colman raised to 1.275 million, Esfandiari folded, and Negreanu reraised to two million even. Colman called.
The completed the board, bringing both straight and flush possibilities, and Negreanu tanked for a minute before checking. Colman quickly checked behind, and Negreanu won with for a straight.
Hand #107: Rick Salomon raised to 625,000 and he took down the pot.
Hand #108: Brandon Steven raised to 600,000 under the gun and Cary Katz called in the big blind. The flop came down and Katz check-folded to Steven's 500,000-chip bet.
Hand #109: Brandon Steven received a walk.
Hand #110: Tom Hall limped from the cutoff, Cary Katz called on the button and both blinds stayed in the pot as well. The flop came down and all four players checked. The turn was the and the action was checked to Hall who bet 500,000 and Salomon called. The river was the and both players checked. Salomon showed and that was not enough against Hall's .
Hand #111: Rick Salomon raised from the small blind and folded when Christoph Vogelsang three-bet to 1.4 million from the small blind.