All tables are now on a one-hour dinner break. Play will get back underway at around 10.30pm local time.
Vladimir Shchemelev opens the betting on the four-handed table with a raise to 700 from the cutoff. Tony G folds but Kirill Telezhkin calls in the big blind.
Flop: - Telezhkin bets 1,800 and Shchemelev snap-calls.
Turn: - Telezhkin bets 2,200 and again is instantly called.
River: - Telezhkin now checks and Shchemelev stacks his remaining chips into one tower, which falls down, before he verbally announces he is all in. Telezhkin goes into the tank for more than four minutes before time is called on him. Just as the clock is called he makes the call, only covering his opponent by 600 chips.
Table 34 is now three-handed
The flop reads and Lari Sivho checks then calls Vanessa Selbst's 300 bet. The dealer burns a card before putting the out as the fourth community card. Once again Sivho check-calls Selbst's bet, which has now been increased to 1,000.
The river is the and Sivho checks then lets out some weird noise when faced with a 2,000 bet. This bet essentially puts the Finn all in as he only has 2,800. He folds and Selbst shows him .
Selbst has completely crushed everyone who has taken her on today.
Andrew Robl raises to 750 from the button and his heads up opponent, Ryan D'Angelo calls. The dealer puts out the flop, D'Angelo bets 2,300 and Robl calls. Both players check the arrival of the on the turn and again when the arrives on the river.
D'Angelo turns over , which is enough to win the pot.
There are a lot of players getting eliminated this level. James Demspey is now heads-up with a chip lead versus Cliff Josephy after the elimination of Mark Telscher in third place.
Meanwhile on the next table Jacques Zaicik busted in third to leave David Peters and French star Basil Yaiche to battle it out.
The reigning WSOPE Main Event James Bord raises to 800 from under the gun and only Freddy Deeb, in the big blind, makes the call on the five-handed table. A flop reading , Deeb checks, Bord fires a bet of 800 and Deeb very quickly calls.
The is our turn card and again Deeb checks and Bord checks behind. The river is the and Deeb checks again. Bord bets two yellow 1,000 chips but instantly mucks as Deeb moves all in for 8,000.
Vanessa Rousso has been eliminated at the hands of Jose De La Guardia over on Table 9. We do not have the details but Rousso was walking away from the table whilst De La Guardia was busy stacking chips.
According to her Twitter account she lost with versus , losing with aces for the second consecutive tournament.
Vanessa Selbst is heads-up versus Lari Sihvo. The Finn has an awful lot of work to though as Selbst has him out-chipped by at least four-to-one.
Another player who is in a formidable heads-up position is Taylor Paur. He has about a three-to-one lead against Brian Powell.
Table 21 is the first table to make it to heads-up. Nick Binger and Max Waxman departed in quick succession to leave leave Andrew Robl and Ryan D'Angelo to battle it out. The former has a two-to-one lead, but they are both very deep so lots of play to be potentially had.
On a neighbouring table, Vanessa Selbst is down to three-handed play but seems to have most of the chips in play.
Dan Shak opens with a raise to 850 from under the gun, Daniel Negreanu calls in the cutoff as does Hasan Anter in the small blind.
Flop: - Shak checks, Negreanu bets 1,200 and both opponents fold. Easy game.