The remaining 306 players have reached another 20-miunte break.
The action was picked up on the flop which read . Sean Perry led with a bet from the cutoff into a pot of about 60,000 and was called by Shawn Ghiai on the button.
The turn card was the . Perry led again with a bet of 31,000 and Ghiai quickly called.
The river was the and the action went check, check. Ghiai tabled and Perry mucked his cards. Despite losing the pot, Perry still has one of the biggest stacks in the tournament.
Liran Betito raised in the cutoff to 5,500 and only the big blind called. The flop came and the big blind check-called Betito's bet of 5,000. The turn was the and both players checked.
On the river the player in the big blind lead out for 16,500 and Betito put in a raise to 47,000. The big blind went into the tank for about a minute before calling. Betito tabled for a flush on the river and his opponent finished paying the 47,000 bet and mucked his hand.
Lexy Gavin was all-in preflop when the action was picked up.
The board ran out . Lexy could not improve to beat her opponent's pocket jacks and was sent home.
The $1,500 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em tournament reached a total of 1,448 entries, generating a prize pool of $1,933,080. The remaining 218 players will receive a payout of $2,402. The winner will receive a payout of $313,403 and a World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
Cary Katz was short-stacked and moved all-in from under the gun. Anatolii Zyrin called from the button.
Katz hit middle pair on the flop which read . The turn card was the . A safe card for Katz until the fell on the river giving Zyrin a better pair to send Katz to the rail.