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Hand #137: Joseph McKeehen raised to 3.2 million and Hugo Pingray shoved all in with McKeehen immediately folding.
Hand #138: Pingray limped in and McKeehen checked to see a flop fall with McKeehen check-folding to Pingray's flop bet.
Hand #139: McKeehen min-raised the button to 3.2 million and won the big blind and antes.
Hand #140: Pingray limped the button and McKeehen bumped it up an additional 3 million from the big blind. Pingray folded and McKeehen was pushed the pot.
Hand #133: Hugo Pingray received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #134: Pingray limped the button and Joseph McKeehen checked his option to see a flop fall with both players checking as the landed on the turn.
Both players checked again as the completed the board on the river to show a five-card straight. McKeehen bet out 2.6 million.
Pingray called, and McKeehen immediately tabled his for the bigger straight to scoop the pot.
Hand #135: McKeehen raised to 3.2 million and Pingray moved all in for 24.2 million to prompt an immediate fold from McKeehen.
Hand #136: Pingray limped the button and McKeehen checked to see a flop. McKeehen checked and Pingray bet out 1.6 million to force a fold from McKeehen.
Hand #128: Hugo Pingray raised to 3.2 million on the button and took down the pot.
Hand #129: Joseph McKeehen limped on the button, Hugo Pingray checked his option and the flop fell . Pingray check-folded to a bet of 2 million from McKeehen.
Hand #130: Hugo Pingray raised to 3.2 million on the button and Joseph McKeehen three-bet shoved from the big blind for effectively 33.4 million. PIngray folded and McKeehen took down the pot.
Hand #131: Hugo Pingray received a walk.
Hand #132: Hugo Pingray raised to 3.2 million on the button and Joseph McKeehen three-bet shoved for effectively 31 million from the big blind. Pingray folded.
With the oreo-colored 50,000-denomination chips now defunct, the tournament directors have replaced all of them with the yellowy-beige 250,000-denomination chips we mentioned earlier in the day.
A total of 79 million in 250,000-denomination chips have been placed on the table with Joseph McKeehen possessing 53 million of them, and Hugo Pingray holding 26 million of them.
With the new 250,000-denomination chips now providing a contrast with the green 100,000-denomination chips, players should have no problem identifying the bets and raises going forward (the major reason why they were brought in earlier in the tournament).
The cards are back in the air between Joseph McKeehen and Hugo Pingray.
The final two players are heading on a 60-minute dinner break.
Play will resume at approximately 10:55 p.m.