Weather-permitting, the event will be decided Monday morning in Port St. Lucie.
Chopra, the third-round leader, was at the 15th hole at 18-under 267 when play was halted. Maruyama and Jacobson were at 16.
Chopra lost control after missing a par putt at No. 13.
"Up until that point, I thought I was pretty much in control," Chopra said. "I was missing in the right spots (and) was trying to get one hole over at a time."
Chopra will be one of six players back on the course when play resumes, but only the three co-leaders have a chance to win the event.
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