We've reach the fourth break of Day 7 in the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. With each break comes a higher level of tension, and right now the remaining 15 players are only six spots away from the prestigious November Nine.
Sylvain Loosli still leads the way going into Level 34 after he continued his climb for the past two hours, finishing with around 29 million in chips. Last year, Jesse Sylvia led the WSOP Main Event final table with 43 million, and Loosli is well on his way toward catching that number.
Jan Nakladal finished in 18th place shortly after dinner when his pocket queens into the aces of Matthew Reed.
Exiting in 17th place was Fabian Ortiz. The Argentinian fired a bluff on the river with ace-high and was looked up by JC Tran who held second pair.
A short while later, former chip leader Chris Lindh was sent to the payout desk after shoving with ten-nine suited and failing to improve against Marc McLaughlin's ace-nine.
The remaining 15 players are taking their 20 minute break. We'll have updated chip counts for you shortly. Stay tuned!