The second bullet is really working out for Stephen Chidwick, who has not long sent Stefan Schillhabel to the rail. Schillhabel was short and got the last of his chips in pre-flop with ace-queen and had been looked up by Chidwick with ace-ten.
The ten-high flop was not a good one for the German, and while both players caught the ace river it improved the Brit to two pair and sent Schillhabel out.
Over on the recently opened table four the action folded around to Germany's Julian Thomas in the small blind, who limped, before Turkey's Orpen Kisacikoglu made it 2,200 to go in the big blind.
Thomas called and it was heads-up to a flop of which both players checked. The turn saw Thomas attempt to seize the initiative with a bet of 1,500 but was quickly shut down by Kisacikoglu who raised to 4,000 to take the pot and climb to 84,000 while Thomas dropped to 27,000.
Over on table two we caught the tail end of a decent sized pot that played out between Dietrich Fast and Chan Wai Leong, picking up the action on the river with the board spread and over 25,000 in the pot.
Sitting in the big blind Fast fired for 19,000 on the river, leaving himself 24,600 behind and Leong did not take long to slide out the call. Fast showed for a flopped pair of nines, but was trailing to the of Leong, who had paired his jack to climb to over 154,000.
There has been a new entry in the form of 2016 Triton Main Event Champion Wai Kin Yong and Malaysia's Ivan Leow and Hong Kong's Winfred Yu have re-entered to bring the total field up to 26 entrants, spread over four tables.
Steffen Sontheimer has re-entered to bring the total number of entrants up to 24, with 17 of these still in action.
However, things do not appear to be going all that well for the German, who is now on his second bullet. We caught Sontheimer in action in a hand against Malaysia's Chan Wai Leong that saw the latter pad out his stack some more, courtesy of the former.
It was Sontheimer who was the instigator, making it 1,800 to go from under-the-gun with Leong the only caller in the big blind. Both players checked the monochrome flop and when the paired the turn Leong decided to take a stab for 2,100 with Sontheimer making a quick call. The river double-paired the board and Leong led for 9,500 bringing a quick fold from Sontheimer.
Stefan Schillhabel is getting short and Isaac Haxton has recently applied some pressure to get the German player to fold a hand.
It was a blind on blind battle between the pair and we picked up the action on the flop with close to 4,000 in the pot already with the community cards spread .
Schillhabel (small blind) checked the action over to Haxton, who bet 1,800. The action was back on Schillhabel, with the German player thinking things over for a spell before choosing to check-raise to 5,100 in total. Haxton did not take long to make the call and the hit the turn.
Schillhabel now led for 5,100 and Haxton asked him how much more his was playing (around 10,000). After thinking it over Haxton slid out a tower of yellow 5k chips to put Schillhabel all-in and the German folded instantly.
Cards are in the air once more and we counted up the stacks during the break for your perusal below.
The two five-handed tables (two and three) remain seated as they were, and while Richard Yong has re-entered he has yet to take his seat so we are not sure which of the two tables he will take his place at.
The five-handed table one is now the feature table on the live Twitch stream or will be shortly and you can watch that by clicking the tab at the top of the page.
The number of entrants has climbed to 21, with 16 of these still in the running. The two new arrivals are more Germans, with Julian Thomas taking his place over on table one between Domink Nitsche and Stephen Chidwick and Dietrich Fast taking the one seat over on table two.