Can Kim Hua and Calen McNeil have played through the 10 levels that were scheduled for today, and they've elected to call it a night and return tomorrow to resume heads-up play. The two played heads-up for about an hour, beginning with Hua holding a chiplead of about five to two. However, it's now McNeil who has about three times as many chips as Hua after this hand.
We began Day 3 with 22 players surviving out of the 1,014-player field. Notable names Jennifer Harman, Maria Ho and Randy Ohel fell early on, and Dale Beaudoin, who began as the chipleader today, dropped out in 10th.
Both players will be seeking their first WSOP bracelet when play resumes tomorrow at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the Amazon Room. For now, we'll leave you with Lynn Gilmartin who has the highlights from all corners of the 2013 World Series of Poker today: