Sam Greenwood raised to 9 million from the cutoff with and Andrey Shatilov defended his big blind with . The flop came and Shatilov check-called a bet of 7 million from Greenwood.
The turn brought the and Shatilov checked again. Greenwood fired another 36 million and Shatilov stuck around to see the on the river. Shatilov checked again and Greenwood made a huge river bet of 139 million, enough to put Shatilov at risk. After thinking for a couple moments, Shatilov did indeed make the call, leaving Greenwood with just over five big blinds.
Andrey Shatilov raised to 10 million from middle position with and Dan Dizenzo three-bet to 26 million on the button holding . Shatilov just called with his aces and the two players saw a flop.
The dealer fanned the flop of and both players checked to the on the turn. They also checked to the on the river and Shatilov bet 23 million. Dizenzo quickly called and saw the bad news that Shatilov flopped quad aces.
Jonas Gjelstad opened to 10 million from middle position with and Andrey Shatilov three-bet to 27 million from the hijack with . The action folded back to Gjelstad who made a four-bet shove to 110 million and Shatilov quickly mucked his hand.
Jiri Horak raised to 8.0 million from early position with and the action folded around to Udo Erlei in the big blind. Erlei announced all in for 58.5 million with and Horak thought for a minute before electing to fold the best hand.
Preben Stokkan raised to 8.5 million from middle position and Damian Lomza called from the big blind. The flop came and Lomza checked to Stokkan who bet 4.0 million. Lomza called and the rolled off on the turn.
Both players checked to the on the river and Lomza led out for 11.5 million. Stokkan quickly pushed his cards to the muck and Lomza took down the pot.