Espen Sandvik four-bet jammed what appeared to be for around 30,000 and was called by Jon Kyte. Also getting in his last 5,000 chips in the process was Atte Maisala.
Kyte was calling for a jack but was in big trouble after Sandvik paired his ace on the flop. The checkmark in the hand went over to Sandvik after the came on the turn and the pot was officially awarded to Sandvik after the completed the board on the river.
Kyte was laughing after the hand and said: "It's OK. He's a world champ."
This refers to the 8-game WSOP Europe bracelet Sandvik just won a few weeks ago.
Terno Palmroos with four-bet jammed for about 28 big blinds and was called by Afshin Alikhani with .
Alikhani got out of his seat when his opponent paired the flop. Neither the on the turn nor the on the river were able to save Alikhani and he sarcastically "thank you."
He sat back down for the next hand when he learned he had his opponent covered by five big blinds.
Vytautas Kacerauskas opened for 2,800 from early position and got a call from Mikko Ylamaki from middle position. Even Elvensen jammed for 29,000 from the button. Kacerauskas called and Ylamaki folded.
"Good luck," said Elvsensen as he got out of his chair.
Elvsensen sat back down as the was a safe runout and instead of hitting the felt he doubled his stack.
The record for the most entries in an international event in Tallinn has been tied with there now being 589 entrants including 407 entrants today. The record was set last October at the Coolbet Open.
Now it is just a matter of how high the new record will go as there are still two levels of late registration today and reentries are still open until the end of the first level tomorrow.
Players are on their last break of Day 1b. Blinds will increase to 500/1,000 with a big blind ante of 1,000.
Jimmy Dewerdt's stack has taken a hit. Dewerdt check-called a bet of 8,000 from Kristian Zitting with about 20,000 chips in the pot with the on the board.
Dewerdt checked again after the completed the board on the river and Zitting jammed for more than 40,000 in chips.
Dewerdt tanked for about two minutes before he said: "Guess you're jack is good."
He then folded his hand and the dealer sent the pot over to Zitting.
A player opened to 2,000 before Terje Bremseth jammed the button for around 24,000. Another player called from the small blind and the original raiser also called
Bremseth turned over and then commotion happened at the table with lots of shouting and cheering with one of the other players turning over and the third player turning over .
The flop made Bremseth vocally nervous as it gave one opponent a flush draw and another a backdoor flush draw. However, the came on the turn followed by the on the river and it was a three-way chop.
Meanwhile, at another table, Borresen has the unofficial chip lead in the tournament after growing his stack to 220,000 in chips.
Jimmy Dewardt and Arne Borresen are both sitting on stacks of around 160,000 in chips.
In a recent hand, Dewardt bet 4,500 into a pot of around 13,000 with the on the board and got a call from Juuso Wiksten. Both players checked after the came on the turn.
Dewardt turned over for two pair which was good enough to win the pot.