Maria Ho went all-in from the cutoff for 95,000 and Danette Smith on the button went all-in for the covering stack. Action folded around.
The board ran out and Ho was eliminated.
With just 130 players remaining in the field, the tournament floor has been condensed solely into Brasilia's blue section as the night winds down.
The player on the button moved all-in for his remaining 50,000 in chips and Huy Nguyen tanked before making the call from the small blind.
After the board was dealt Nguyen scooped the pot while his opponent took a walk to the cage.
A scan of the room has found some contenders chasing Maurice Hawkins' chip lead.
Stanislovas Norkus raised to 16,000 in the cutoff and in the big blind, Stephen Foutty went all in for 123,000. After asking for the count, Norkus called and the cards were on their backs.
The flop of was safe enough for Foutty, but the turn of put Norkus in front. The river of brought no help and Foutty was eliminated.
Maurice Hawkins was just overhead joking about how exhausted he was. It's likely from stacking his newfound chips as he is now easily pacing the field as the players head to a 20-minute break.
A player in middle position went all-in for his remaining 80,000 in chips but next to him was Lorenzo Adams, who after a brief moment called putting his opponent at risk.
Middle Position Player:
The board was no help for Adam's opponent and he scooped the pot to add to his chip stack.