Down to 48,000 chips, Maria Lampropoulos got her stack in with the and she found one caller in Martin Kabrhel with the . The board ran out and the last woman standing, or in this case sitting, doubled up.
Andreas Gann has also been cut down considerably.
The stack of Serif Gozegir has once again taken a hit after a short stack doubled up against him for 62,000 with against his . The board ran out and Gozegir didn't know if he was supposed to laugh or cry.
Boris Andreev raised to 12,000 from the button and Michael Eiler three-bet shoved for 95,000 out of the big blind. Andreev tanked for an eternity and then called with the . Eiler had the and doubled after a board of .
Jumping back to his seat after the break as he was in the big blind and Aleksei Smirnov shoved just then. Arethuse called it off for 20,000 with the and Smirnov showed . The board ran out and Arethuse doubled.
- Slepe stave:
The remaining 103 players are now on their 60-minute dinner break.
On the stone-cold bubble, Stefan Toelle had min-raised and then folded to a reraise, showing ace-king. Now once the bubble had burst, he was all in with a tiny stack and the , Mick Heder looked him up with the .
The board ran out and Toelle doubled.
Martin Guth is the bubble boy. Several players were down to 30,000 chips or less, Mykola Lakatosh even had just 7,000. But it was Guth who shoved for 52,000 and Karol Radomski called from one seat over.
The door card was the and the rest of the board ran out to let the bubble officially burst.
At the same time, Grzegorz Wyraz was also at risk for 93,000 from the button after a cutoff open on a different table and Day 1c chip leader Arsenii Karmatckii looked him up from the small blind, the initial raiser folded.
The board ran out and the Pole doubled in fortunate fashion.