On the very first hand of hand-for-hand play, both Martin Kabrhel and Vladimir Peck found themselves all in and at risk. Kabrhel three-bet from the small blind to 80,000 a raise worth 13,000 from Eran Cohen situated in the cutoff. The latter moved all-in and Kabhrel called.
Kabrhel held for the best hand and was facing for Cohen, who managed to find a board , giving him two pair on the flop.
On the other table, Peck was all-in for his last 21,000 with and has been called by Colin Grunow who held . The dealer fanned a board and Grunow took down the pot with two pair.
Peck and Kabrhel went to the cashier to share the €809 min-cash.