The third break of the day has begun. Players will have 20 minutes before returning to play the final 7 levels of the night.
On a board of the player shoved his last remaining 7,000 holding and was called. He soon saw he was drawing dead against top pair with his opponent holding The river fell a meaningless and the remaining 179 have now locked up a cash of at least $835.
The remaining players are now hand for hand on the stone bubble.
With the action folding to the player in the small blind, he took a look at his hand, shook his head and chuckled. He then open folded revealing the to reveal the impressive yet useless quads. "When's the last time you threw quads away?" Asked another player. "Never had them," he said.
188 remain of the 1,193 contestants that began the day. 179 players will receive a cash of at least $835.
The prize pool for flight A of Event #19: $565 Pot-Limit Omaha has been announced with 1,192 entries. The total prize pool is $596,500 awarding a min-cash of $835 to 179 players.
Seth Zimmerman is currently among the biggest stacks in the room sitting with 88,000.
Adam Lippert has grabbed a sizeable chip lead sitting with around 100,000 in chips and is the first player to reach the six-digit mark. Lippert does have a WSOP ring to his name and perhaps the elusive bracelet is in the near future as well.