The players have been sent on their final 15-minute break of the night. The yellow 1,000 denomination chips will be colored up and taken out of play at this time. Play will resume at approximately 12:02 a.m. (PST) local time. The remaining players will play two more levels before bagging and tagging for the night.
Mark Dickstein: //
Michelle Lousen: //
Anthony Zinno: //
Corey Phelps: // - folded
Mark Dickstein was all in for his last 29,000 and up against Michelle Lousen, Anthony Zinno, and Curtis Phelps.
Lousen went all in for her last 8,000 on fourth street and both Zinno and Phelps called. Zinno bet on both fifth and was called by Phelps, creating a side pot. Phelps folded to a bet on sixth.
Zinno turned over for an A-2-3-4-7 that was good enough to win the pot and eliminate both Lousen and Day 1 chip leader Dickstein.
"Do you ever miss, Anthony," Phelps asked.
"Congratulations on the bracelet," tablemate Joe McKeehen told Zinno in jest.
James Woods: / - folded on fifth
Darren Kennedy: /
James Woods opened the pot with a raise and Darren Kennedy called. Woods bet out on fourth street and Kennedy called.
Kennedy took the lead on fifth street with a bet and Woods, who paired his ten, folded.
On a completed board of with Robert Ford all-in, Anthony Zinno fired out one last bet and Brett Richey called. The two split the side pot as well as the main pot, with Zinno having won the high both times with his 6-high straight. Richey took both lows with six-four-trey-deuce-ace. Ford was eliminated in the hand holding one pair of jacks with no low.
On a flop of , Brett Richey bet and Michelle Lousen called. Richey bet again on the turn and Lousen called with just 40,000 behind.
Lousen got it in on the river and showed a flush with to win the pot and secure the double up.
Ari Engel: //
Alex Livingston: //
Ari Engel raised on third street and was called by Alex Livingston. Engel bet again on fourth and Livingston called.
Livingston took the lead on fifth before check-calling a bet on sixth. On seventh street, Engel bet and Livingston called.
Engel showed for the nut flush and Livingston mucked, saying he had a lower flush.
Small Blind 10000
Big Blind 20000
Fredrik Much: //
Darren Kennedy: //
Kenny Hsiung: //
Constantine Zdanowich: / - folded on sixth
The action was picked up on sixth street with Much all-in and at-risk and Kennedy having four-bet Hsiung. That prompted Constantine to fold and Hsiung called.
Seventh street saw a single bet from Kennedy and a call from Hsiung. The cards were tabled for the side pot and Kennedy won the high with two pair, kings and tens, while Hsiung took the low with an eight-seven-six-four-ace.
The main pot saw Kennedy awarded the high again with his two pair, only this time Much took the low with a six-five-trey-deuce-ace and survived his all-in.
Curtis Phelps from early position and Robert Ford from the big blind went heads-up to the turn with the board showing . Phelps bet and Ford called, leaving himself about 100,000 behind.
The river came the , Ford checked and Phelps put in a bet for most of Ford's remaining chips. "I had spades. I missed," Ford said, flashing the and throwing his cards to the muck.