Play has just begun in level 9 with 81 players remaining on Day 1B. The lead up to the recent break was characterized by some wild action on several different tables.
For example, Chanwoo Lee managed to triple up his short stack following a three-way all on a flop. Lee held , for a straight flush draw, but he was up against a higher flush draw and a two-pair hand. He called for a black four on the turn but instead he got the ! Not quite what he asked for but enough to save his tournament life.
On other tables, there was no shortage of big pots. And one player, Mathieu Savoie-Vocino, seemed to be collecting most of them. He now holds a huge chip lead over his rivals, but with five levels of play left, there is still time for lots of chips to change hands.
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