There have been no flops seen for the past few orbits, which does not make interesting reading for you reading this.
There have been a couple of all in bets, the first came from Peter Skripka when Marco Leonzio raised to 350,000 from the small blind but he didn't want to play for stacks and the second was Marcin Horecki's second open-shove in as many oribits, but again no callers.
As danafish mentioned, the escalating blinds and the fact the chips simply are not moving could turn this into a contest of who runs best at coinflips.
Incidently, if the five remaining players decided to chop the remaining prizepool equally between them, each would receive €323,000. I'd take that!
Action has become somewhat slow of late - the level of aggression remains high, but nobody seems to want to make a call that would endanger their position.
Most recently Marcin Horecki open-shoved from the button for 1.495 million. Everyone folded and he took the pot.
The average stack is at 34 big blinds or so right now - if we still have five players in at the start of the next level, we could be in for a shove-fest...
All tournaments have been paused whilst Thomas Kremser and his team wish everyone a happy Christmas and give a few awards to some of their staff, to the tune of "Last Christmas" by Wham!
The cards are back in the air and normal service has been resumed