Ukraine's Anton Dzehelali didn't start off at the €2/€2 feature table but came onto the table as one of the waiting list players. He managed to make the most of his time as he booked a profit of €359 or 179.5 big blinds.
If you followed the Cash Game Festival during its last stop in Bratislava, Dzhelali's name should be familiar. He qualified to that festival through 32Red Poker and won big on more than one feature table.
Dzhelali wasn't the biggest winner of the day as that honor belonged to Rikard Relander who won €756 or 756 big blinds at the €1/€1 Estonian Poker Club no-limit hold'em feature table.
Both of these players aren't in contention for the Cash Game Festival Tallinn trophy. Rain Jogioja is still the man to beat after he booked a massive profit of €1,845 or 922.5 big blinds on yesterday's €2/€2 pot-limit Omaha feature table.
Stay tuned at PokerNews as we provide the recap of Day 2 of the Cash Game Festival Tallinn.