Joao Vieira raised to 120,000 from the hijack as the decision folded to Laurynas Levinskas. He then moved all in for 1.395 million in chips and watched as Vieira agonised over a decision. He opted to fold shortly after as Levinskas took down the pot.
Viacheslav Goryachev opened for 110,000 and Ole Schemion from the small blind three bet to 295,000. The big blind folded and Goryachev quickly made it 610,000 with about a million behind. Schemion moved all in not much later and after some tanking, Goryachev mucked.
Andrey Zaichenko opened for 110,000 from the hijack and Ole Schemion in the cutoff made the call. Joao Vieira in the small blind folded but Clavio Anzalone shoved all in for 575,000 total. Zaichenko made the call and so did Schemion.
Both players with an option checked on . The fell on the turn and Zaichenko bet 500,000. Schemion leaned back and checked his cards one more time before tossing them in the muck.
Zaichenko showed and Anzalone presented . Anzalone needed a non-club queen or ace but wouldn't get it. The completed the board and just like that the first casualty of the official final table was there.
Clavio Anzalone takes home €76,310. The remaining 7 players are guaranteed €103,870.
The action folded around to Laurynas Levinskas in the hijack who moved all in for his last 410,000 in chips. Viacheslav Goryachev on the button paused slight after looking down at his cards before opting to fold. The blinds followed suit and Levinskas took down the blinds and antes.
The remaining players have decided to go on dinner break in an hour and 40 minutes. There was no break on the schedule so it was up to the players to decide. The break will be 75 minutes long, just like the first two days of this tournament.
The action started with Andrey Zaichenko raising to 110,000 from under the gun plus one. The decision fell on Dan Shak in the small blind who moved all in for 750,000 in chips. The big blind folded his hand and Zaichenko snap called.
The board ran out to see Zaichenko hold with his monster pair as Shak was sent to the rail as the first player out on the final table.
In the second hand after the break, action folded to Oleksii Khoroshenin on the button. The EPT Vienna winner shoved all in for 630,000 and Simon Deadman in the small blind seemed interested. he informed how much it was, asked how much the big blind had, and eventually shoved all in as well. Laurynas Levinskas folded his big blind rather quickly.
The flop would give Khoroshenin a flush draw but it wouldn't become more than that: . Oleksii Khoroshenin eliminated in 10th place for €52,990. The remaining nine players are now seated at the same table and are guaranteed €63,290.