The dinner bell has rang with the remaining Day 1a players all heading on a 90-minute break.
The previous level began with players such as PokerNews' own Chad Holloway chipping up before Tony Dunst put pressure on Sam Barnhart. However it would be on the feature table that we would see the hand of the century according to Ronnie Bardah when Dominik Nitsche hit running queens to stay alive against Tatiana Barausova.
Six-time WSOP bracelet winner T.J. Cloutier would be one of the victims for the level while high-stakes player Olivier Busquet climbed the leaderboard following a series of hands; one in which he picked off a bluff with second pair.
As the final few hands began to play out, Johnny Steven would see his stack reach the upper echelon of counts as he ended the level with 100,100, but it would be Gal Erlichman continuing his dominance up top as he ended the level as chip leader with 122,000.
With play not resuming until roughly 8:25 p.m. local time, enjoy this video of Eli Elezra's winner interview after he claimed his second bracelet last night.