The remaining players are now on their final 20-minute break of the day. When play resumes, players will play another four levels, and those lucky (and skilled) players still remaining will bag and tag for the evening.
Antti Nevalainen shoved all in from early position, and after action folded to the player in the big blind he asked for a count. After the dealer counted down and confirmed a total of 91,000, the big blind player then made the call.
The board ran out , which was safe for Nevalainen, but when the dealer counted the big blind's stack it was discovered that he had a shorter stack than he originally thought and was actually the one all in. Unfortunately he is now all out.
Aditya Sushant found himself all in preflop for 44,000 with one caller.
The flop of was good for Sushant as it gave his opponent a straight draw but took away his broadway draw as an ace would give Sushant a full house.
The turn came the and Sushant just had to dodge a nine to stay alive.
The fell on the river and gave Sushant the double up.
The player under the gun moved all in for 27,000 and action folded around to Emanuel Santiago who called from the big blind.
It was a race until the flop came as Santiago hit his ace and the nut flush draw as well.
The turn sealed the deal as Santiago got the flush and the river came the which sent Santiago's opponent home.