Francois Evard open-shoved first to act and Peter Jaksland called all in for 560,000.
The board ran out and Evard was left with less than three big blinds.
Jaksland defended against a raise by Catalin Pop and check-called a continuation bet on the flop. The turn was checked and Jaksland check-called a bet worth 450,000 on the river. Pop showed and that won the pot.
Sergi Escote raised to 100,000 on the button and Jaksland called in the big blind. The flop came and Jaksland check-folded to a bet by the Spaniard.
Francois Evard raised to 105,000 from the button and Peter Jaksland called in the small blind. Fraser MacIntyre moved all in from the big blind for 805,000 and Evard reraised all in, forcing a fold from Jaksland.
MacIntyre had little to worry and his double was locked up on the turn of a board , essentially cutting Evard's stack into half.
Sergi Escote raised to 100,000 first to act and picked up calls by Fraser MacIntyre in the small blind and Catalin Pop in the big blind. On the flop, the action checked to Pop, who bet 140,000. Both opponents called and the fell on the turn.
Now the action checked to Escote, and the Spaniard made it 170,000 to go. MacIntyre reluctantly folded and Pop called. Both remaining players checked the river and Pop showed for a busted straight draw. Escote had and claimed the pot.
Catalin Pop showed up too late for the new level and forfeited his big blind. Two hands later he limped in from the button and Sergi Escote called in the small blind, Francois Evard checked in the big blind.
The flop of was checked to Pop and he bet 60,000. Only Escote called and the turn went check, check. After the river, Escote bet 80,000 and Pop folded.
Peter Jaksland raised to 85,000 and Catalin Pop three-bet to 230,000 in the small blind. Sergi Escote called out of the big blind, and Jaksland called as well. The trio checked the flop and Pop bet the turn for 190,000. Both opponents folded and were shown the by Pop.
Fraser MacIntyre moved all in for 464,000 and Pop called from the cutoff.
"I just can't lose every showdown," Pop joked. But he would lost another showdown, as the board ran out to let MacIntyre double.