Shortly before the latest break, Manfred Gunther got a new lease on his tournament life.
We picked up the action when all the chips went in on a flop. It was a three-way pot and Gunther had two all ins in front of him. He decided to call off his stack to take a shot at the huge pot that had been built. His opponents had and , each with trip jacks. Gunther was drawing thin with his . The turn brought the , giving one opponent jacks-full-of-eights. But the river produced the , giving Gunther the top boat!
Gunther now finds himself among the chip leaders as play continues in level 12.