Woody Christy opened to 14,000 under the gun and Sven Kirchen next to him shoved for 94,000.
Stefan Neurauter shoved himself for 105,000 and it was Simon Taberham turn to act. He decided to move all-in as well for 400,000 and Wood folded.
The board ran out splitting the pot between Taberham and Neurauter and sending Kirchen to the rail.
Symeon Alexandridis opened under the gun to 10,000 and got a call from the button from Liran Ivgi.
The flop was and Alexandridis continued for 10,000. Ivgi called.
The turn was the and Alexandridis fired again 30,000. Ivgi called again.
The river was the and Alexandridis didn't hold back as he placed a 75,000 bet which earned him a call.
He turned over his pocket kings and won this big pot.
With a total of 1,397 entrants, the €600,000 guaranteed prizepool has been smashed!
The first three starting flights have seen a total of 1,397 entries which means those who make it through to Day 2 will battling it out for the lion's share of the €1,592,580 prizepool.
The action was caught on the flop and Vivian Saliba had raised the bet of Andrea Radicchi to 18,000. Radicchi called.
The turn was the and Saliba continued for 40,000. Radicchi let his hand go and Saliba took down the pot.
Late registration for the last starting flight of the Mini Main Event has closed. Day 1c has seen a total of 679 entries with 329 players remaining.
Play will close once the field hits 102 players.
Catalin Moraru opened from the hijack and got called from Adrian Kyiak from the cutoff, Preben Stokkan on the button and Francesco Delfoco in the big blind.
The flop was and Moraru continued for 13,000. Kyiak folded, Stokkan called and Delfoco folded.
Two players saw the turn and they both checked.
The river was another for a full house on the board.
Moraru bet 15,000 and Stokkan called the bet.
When Moraru turned over his pocket , Stokkan mucked his cards.
The players are on a 15-minute break.
This was the end of Level 12 and that means the end of late registration and re-entry to the Mini Main Event at the end of this break.