Ole Schemion opened under the gun for 23,000 and Anton Astapau on the button made it 70,000 with 341,000 behind. Schemion called and checked to his opponent on . Astapau bet 85,000 and Schemion raised to 175,000. Astapau moved all in for 341,000 total and Schemion insta called.
Astapau showed and Schemion tabled . The on the turn and on the river were of no help to Schemion and Astapau doubled.
The action started with Marvin Rettenmaier raising to 20,000 from middle position before Amir Mozaffarian bumped it up to 48,000 from the cut off. Rettenmaier then moved all in for 206,000 an after some deliberation, Mozaffarian made the call with a few chips to spare.
The board ran out to see Rettenmaier hold with his aces as Mozaffarian hit the rail.
Mozaffarian would be left with just a few chips behind which he would commit the following hand. His would go up against Oleh Okhotskyi's and not improve as the board ran out .
Joao Vieria opened to 16,000 from middle position and Oleksii Khoroshenin three bet to 37,000 from the cut off. The button and both blinds folded and Vieira raised to 71,000. Khoroshenin made the call and called the 48,000 bet on as well. The hand was already 10 underway at this point, both players took their time.
The fell on the turn and after a long time thinking Vieira checked. Now again at least two minutes passed before Khoroshenin bet 61,000. Vieira took his time but folded.
The action started with Glib Kovtunov raising to 16,000 from middle position before Jonathan Little three-bet from the hijack. With the decision folding back around to Kovtunov, he moved all in for 222,000 and was called by Little who had one 1,000-chip less.
Little had the best hand but was the one at risk. The board ran out to see Little improve to a pair as he took down the pot.
Kovtunov was left with one ante the following hand and was committed the next hand from under the gun plus one.
The hand played out with Little opening to 16,000 from middle position and getting called by Viacheslav Goryachev in the blinds.
The flop came down and Goryachev check called a continuation bet totalling 18,000 before doing the same for 34,000 when the fell on the turn.
With the completing the board, Goryachev reached for his chips and slid out 50,000. Little could only smirk as he tossed his cards into the muck.
Goryachev then rolled over his for the straight which was enough to send Kovtunov home as he tabled his for ace-high.
Marvin Rettenmaier opened to 16,000 under the gun and called Erwann Pecheux' button shove for 122,000 total. Pecheux had and Rettenmaier had to do with just . The board didn't do anything for Rettenmaier and he dropped down to 35,000.
The next hand it was Nicholas Rampone who raised from the button for 88,000 with just 20,000 behind. Rettenmaier checked his first card in the big blind and called. Rampone showed and Rettenmaier said he had a king. He then squeezed his other card and tabled . The board came and Rettenmaier doubled.
The next hand Rettenmaier again would be involved. Erwann Pecheux opened for 16,000 from the hijack and Ariel Mantel on the button shoved all in for 79,000 total. Marvin Rettenmaier in the big blind shoved over the top for 83,000 and Pecheux folded after some thinking. Rettenmaier had again pocket nines () and was up against . Mantel wouldn't hit with a board of and Mantel hit the rail.