The technical problems appeared to be solved and Jani Vilmunen, Vasili Firsau as well as Dimitri Holdeew saw the flop of and all three of them checked through. Vilmunen bet 12,000 on the turn and was called by Holdeew with for a straight, Firsau was priced in with his and called as well. The river then saw another bet of Vilmunen with the for a flush and both opponents folded.
Within a few minutes, Jani Vilmunen was all in and at risk twice. The first time he chopped with against the of Vasili Firsau when the stacks went in preflop. The board ran out and they split it up.
Vilmunen then faced the check-raise of Thomas Bichon on a flop of and got his stack in with the . Bichon looked him up with the for a flush draw and gutshot. Neither the on the turn and the river changed nothing whatsoever and the Finn doubled.
Vasili Firsau raised to 5,500 from the button and Artur Schreiner as well as Jani Vilmunen called in the blinds. The trio checked down the board entirely and Vilmunen won the pot with for a pair of nines.
On a board of Kd,Jh,9c,7d,Ac], Jan-Peter Jachtmann check-called two streets and then faced tne shove of Dimitri Holdeew on the river to muck his cards and ship over almost half his stack to the fellow German.
Lukas Nemec raised to 5,000 and was called by Jan-Peter Jachtmann and Vasili Firsau in the big blind. Jachtmann got out of the way on the flop but Firsau check-raised Nemec's continuation bet of 5,500 to 24,400. Nemec called and then gave up the pot on the turn when Firsau had fired 55,500 with for two pair.
In one of the first hands of the official final table, Thomas Bichon raised to 5,500 from under the gun and Lukas Nemec called in the big blind with the . Bichon had flopped two pair with the and his bet on the flop won the pot.
Soon after, Vasili Firsau raised and picked up two callers to continue on the flop with to take down the next pot without showdown as well.