The players are heading on another 20-minute break. The tournament clock is currently showing roughly 300 players still remaining. They will be playing down to just 87 players tonight.
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Chrysi Phiniotis raised to 5,000 from early position and action folded around to the player on the button, who went all in for around 14,000. Phiniotis called once action made its way back to him.
The flop came , giving Phiniotis an open-ended straight draw that he completed on the turn . Phiniotis shrugged to the soon-to-be-eliminated player as the river finished the runout and the pot was sent his way, earning him the knockout and the pot to go along with it.
Stefan Peukert raised it up from under the gun and the action folded around to the big blind who three-bet to 17,000. Peukert responded with a four-bet shove and his opponent eventually made the call.
The flop came and Peukert jumped out front with a pair of aces. The on the turn and the on the river changed nothing and Peukert eliminated his opponent who was at risk for around 38,000.
Bryan Paris opened to 4,400 from the hijack and was three-bet to 10,300 by Daniel Samson, who was in the cutoff. Action made its way back to Paris and he made the call, bringing a flop of . Paris checked and Samson put out a continuation-bet of 8,000, which Paris called. Action then checked through the turn and river to take the hand to showdown.
Samson tabled upon checking back and Paris turned over to take down the pot with his pair of kings.
Jerwin Pasco opened to 4,000 under the gun and action folded around to Henri Juutilainen, who defended his big blind. The two saw a flop of and Juutilainen check-called a continuation-bet of 3,100 from Pasco.
The turn came and Juutilainen checked again. Pasco fired a bet of around the size of the pot, totaling 17,000. Juutilainen went into the tank for close to two minutes and then put out chips to call.
The river fell and Juutilainen checked once more. Pasco went all in, effectively putting Juutilainen to a decision for the rest of his chips, and he instantly called.
Juutilainen's rivered top two pair proved to be no good against Pasco's flopped flush, leaving him dry on chips as Pasco took down the sizeable pot to bring him to just under 150,000.
Gregory Hassan opened to 51,000 from under the gun and was called by the player on his left. The cutoff ripped all in for 19,800 and the action was back on Hassan who made the call. The player in the middle folded and the two hands were tabled.
The flop came to give Hassan a straight draw but the on the turn was enough to put him in a comfortable lead. The completed the board and Hassan eliminated his opponent.
The 2017 EPT National Prague champion Georgios Vrakas has been eliminated from the tournament among others as the tournament clock now reads 350 players remaining.