|Blinds||8,000,000 / 16,000,000|
Players are now on a 15-minute break, play will resume at approximately 4:15 p.m. local time. The 25,000 green-chip are being colored up and will be out of play.
Jared Kingery raised from under the gun to 13,000,000. Darnell White, who just doubled up, raised all in for 41,500,000. After getting a count from the dealer Kingery made the call.
White was dominated as the board ran out which eliminated him in 6th place for almost a $150,000 payday.
In a pot of roughly 45,000,000 on a board showing , Henry Acain was first to act and checked his option over to Orez Mokedi who bet 14,500,000. Acain made the call.
The river came the and Acain checked again. Mokedi chose 25,000,000 this time and without much thought Acain called.
Mokedi rolled over for turned top-pair and Acain tapped the table and flashed before throwing it in the muck.
Christian Taylor moved all in pre flop for the third time in a row and was this time called by Jordan Hufty on the button for his entire 30,000,000 stack.
Christian Taylor's aces were far ahead of Jordan Hufty's queen. The board didn't help Hufty as it ran which eliminated Hufty in 7th place for a six-figure payday.
Action folded to Christian Taylor on the button who jammed for roughly 65,000,000. Next to act in the small blind was Jen-Yue Chiang who quickly made the call for his remaining 34,175,000. Henry Acain folded the big blind and the cards were tabled.
Taylor flopped some hope when it came but when the turn and river completed the board it was the full double for the aces of Chiang.
After losing with ace-queen vs Jared Kingery's ace-king Erik Carvalho was forced all in on his big blind after Orez Mokedi raised to 12,000,000 from middle position.
Carvalho was in bad shape but was given some hope on the flop as he hit his pair. However the turn and the river resulted in him being eliminated in 8th place.
Action folded to Erik Carvalho in the cutoff who open-jammed for roughly 70,000,000. Next to act was Jared Kingery who made the call for just under with 64,000,000, putting himself at risk.
Carvalho's ace-queen was dominated by the better kicker of Kingery. The board of ran out safe for Kingery, scoring him the huge double up and leaving Carvalho with only one big blind.