Four hands in a row, there was an all in. Ike Haxton shoved from the cutoff and under the gun to claim the blinds and antes each. Then Jason Wheeler also shoved the cutoff without getting called before moving all in again the very next hand from under the gun. This time, Ilari Sahamies called and put Wheeler at risk for 895,000 chips.
The board ran out and Mustapha Kanit started dancing on the rail in order to celebrate the double up of his buddy.
Jean-Noel Thorel raised to 250,000 from under the gun and the action folded around to Vlado Banicevic. He checked his first hole card and then moved all in. "You can still fold?!" Banicevic joked to his table neighbor and Thorel tossed in the extra chips.
The flop left Banicevic in desperate shape and it was all over after the turn, making the river a formality.
Ike Haxton opened to 200,000 from the cutoff and Niko Soininen called from the big blind. On the flop , Soininen check-called a continuation bet worth 225,000 and they checked through the turn. The filled up the board on the river and Soininen checked. Haxton made it 650,000 to go with around 790,000 behind and Soininen folded.
Jean-Noel Thorel raised to 200,000 and Ilari Sahamies called out of the big blind. On the flop , Sahamies check-called a continuation bet worth 175,000 and checked again the on the turn. Thorel checked behind and then fired the river for 300,000 once Sahamies had checked to him.
The Finn called and Thorel showed for king-high, Sahamies took the pot with for a straight.
The action folded around to Niko Soininen in the nine seat and he glanced over to the other side of the table where Vlado Banicevic was sitting in the big blind. Soininen jammed the small blind and Banicevic folded, leaving himself with just five big blinds.