Both outer tables are playing rapid fire hands and the latest examples saw Omar Del Pino three-bet shove against Joaquim Marques, which got through. Marques then got a three-bet through before he raised to 500,000 and Pablo Herrera Medina three-bet to hefty 3,000,000 in the small blind to shut down his opponent.
One more hand on the outer tables was played and it brought a duel between short stack Timothee Marlin in the big blind and Pablo Herrera Medina from under the gun.
With one quarter of his short stack already invested to the river, Marlin checked and had some 1,850,000 behind. Herrera Medina bet 2,000,000 and that sent Marlin into the tank. He eventually called it off and the Spaniard turned over the for rivered two pair.
That was good, as Marlin sighed and exposed his for a hero call gone wrong. The Frenchman became the 12th place finisher and there will now be a longer break of more than half an hour for the redraw of the last two tables.
Only eleven players remain and their new seat assignments as well as updated chip counts can be found below. The action has not yet recommenced in real time, which leaves at least half an hour until any further updates will be published.
Adrian Garcia Marin defended the big blind against a raise by Hugues Mazerolle and checked the flop, on which the initial raiser bet 400,000. Garcia Marin called and checked again the on the turn and Mazerolle then bet 1,500,000.
Garcia Marin gave it some thought and folded, offering to show his cards if Mazerolle would do the same. However, that didn't come to an agreement as Mazerolle just mucked and raked in the pot.