After a player raised to 600 from middle position, a short-stacked Noah Schwartz moved all in from the big blind for 3,575. A call was made and the cards were turned up:
It was a race, but Schwartz needed to improve to stay alive. He didn't like what he saw on the flop and stood from his seat, which brought about the turn. "It always happens right before dinner," Schwartz said to the guy next to him. Sure enough, the blanked on the river and Schwartz was eliminated just 15 minutes shy of the dinner break.
Meanwhile, Jean Paul Pasqualini is gaining momentum over at Table 11 and has built his stack up to 18,000.