Soon after returning from the break, Amber Chatwin was pushing her short stack of 93,000 with and getting a caller in Debbie Pechac who held . The board rolled out , meaning Pechac's jacks and kings were best and Chatwin was out in 11th.
Debbie Pechac opened with a raise to 20,000 from under the gun, and it folded to Peg Ledman in the cutoff who reraised to 50,000. The action back on Pechac, she reraised all in and Ledman called for her entire stack of 155,000.
Soon after that hand in which she used pocket jacks to knock out one opponent, another pocket pair served Debbie Pechac well again, helping her knock out another and surge up to challenge Yen Dang for the chip lead.
Debbie Pechac just reduced the field by one more while picking up some more chips.
After raising to 5,000 from middle position, an opponent in the small blind pushed all in for 18,000 and Pechac called, tabling to her opponent's .
No sooner than Monica Hinojosa had grabbed the chip lead from Gaelle Baumann, it appears Baumann has snared it right back.
Baumann and Debbie Pechac, a couple of big stacks sitting side-by-side, together saw a flop of from middle position.
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