Tomas Jozonis opened to 13,000 in early position and Antoine Labat jammed all in for 150,000 in the cutoff. Kacper Swiderski re-shoved all in for 220,000 in the big blind which got Jozonis to quickly muck.
The action completed at the other tables and the dealer fanned the flop of . The on the turn gave Swiderski a set of kings which meant Labat was drawing dead to the on the river.
The remaining 55 players will now bag their chips as they have reached the money and will return for Day 2 on April 30. Full chip counts and a recap of the day's action will be soon to follow.