An all-in and a call was announced after Odd Olsen committed his remaining stack of around 25,000 in chips on the flop and was looked up by Christian Arstad.
Olsen held top pair but needed help against his opponent's overpair. Help was not on its way after with the coming on the turn followed by the on the river.
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Erik Aronija bet 11,000 into a pot of around 18,000 with the on the board. Antti Merilainen called and Thomas Fellows folded.
Aronija turned over for a full house and Merilainen lost the hand despite flopping a straight and improving to a flush on the river.
Jon Kyte just sat down at a new table. He flashed three fingers to let us know this was his third bullet. Kyte is well-known as one of Norway's most competitive players and is hoping the third time is the charm for him to bag a decent stack into tomorrow's Day 2.
Terje Bremseth was low on chips and jammed his stack of around 10,000 into a pot of around 14,000 with the on the board. Stig Johansen called and another player folded.
Bremseth began to get out of his seat and completed his journey when his opponent's two pair held up after the completed the board.
Players are on a 15-minute break.
Joonas Lyttinen bet 4,000 into a pot of around 7,500 after the came on the flop and got a call from Oleg Volter. Both players checked after the came on the turn and after the completed the board on the river.
Lyttinen showed and Volter showed just the before tossing his hand into the muck.
The action folded to Feras Abid who jammed the button for almost 12,000. Ben Eshet tanked for more than a minute before he made the call from the small blind.
The race was on but Abid left his seat after he didn't hit a piece of the board. The dealer asked him if he would reenter and Abid said he was on his way to.