After a flop of with more than a million already in the pot, Darren Elias bet 300,000, and Andy Hwang called.
The turn card was the , and both players checked.
The river card was the , and Elias used two Time Chips to tank for more than a minute before he bet about 1.2 million.
Hwang called, and Elias showed for two pair, aces and nines. But Hwang turned over to win the pot with a higher two pair, aces and queens, and take the chip lead.
Andy Hwang – 10,700,000 (143 bb)
Darren Elias – 1,025,000 (14 bb)
With 11 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 5.72 million (76 big blinds), and they are guaranteed to earn at least $63,030 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight until the end of Level 29, around 1:00 am.