It's Level 1 of a major tournament with a great structure. As such, big pots are few and far between. While we capture our fair share of them here in the blog, most hands we see are like the one below.
In the hand, the under-the-gun player opened for 300 and action folded to Norway's Rasmus Glæsel in the small blind. He called, as did Australia's Corey Cawdell-Howland from the big, and three players saw a flop of .
All three players checked, and then action repeated itself on the turn. When the completed the board on the river Glæsel led out for 1,000 and both his opponents folded.
Nothing too exciting, but indicative of what you often see in Level 1 of tournament poker.