After the players wrapped up a 15-minute unscheduled break, play has resumed with 24 minutes left in the level.
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Players are on break for 12 more minutes.
Zach Freeman raised to 125,000 on the button, and Doug Baughman potted from the small blind after staying relatively quiet for most of the final table. That didn't deter Freeman, who only had to call 220,000 more.
The board ran out in Freeman's favor: , giving him the nut straight and the KO.
Florian Langmann raised to 140,000 on the button, and Zach Freeman potted in the small blind. Langmann called, calling Freeman's last 155,000 on the flop.
Langmann held the lead with top pair, but a turn gave Freeman two pair. The river filled him up.
Florian Langmann raised to 120,000 under the gun, and Dylan Wilkerson potted from the big blind to 440,000. The two got it in for Wilkerson's last 30,000.
Langmann had a high-only hand, and it was low cards that hit the board: , increasing Wilkerson's equity to scoop the pot. The turn gave him kings up, and a river was good for the whole pot to the American.
Florian Langmann and Zach Freeman saw a flop, and Freeman called a bet of 75,000 and another of 100,000 on the turn. Langmann blasted out 300,000 on the river, and Freeman decided to pitch his hand.
Florian Langmann raised to 60,000 under the gun, and Zach Freeman called with position on the button. Langmann checked the flop before calling 165,000 from Freeman, and the turned. Freeman jammed it in for 415,000 after Langmann checked this time, and that was enough to convince Langmann to fold.
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