During the break, the remaining three players met to discuss a potential chop of the remaining prize pool.
After running the numbers with the tournament staff, a three-way deal was agreed.
Chris Hunichen will take home $1,097,195, Adrian Mateos will take home $1,062,805, and Aaron Van Blarcum will take home $970,000.
$100,000 and the MILLIONS World Bahamas Main Event title will remain up top for the eventual champion – with play continuing until a winner is crowned tonight.
The players have also agreed to cut each level to 30 minutes.