The top three chip stacks (Flavien Guenan, Benjamin Pollak and Casey Kastle) are all playing cards on the same table so there should be some interesting spots throughout the day and here is one such spot.
Pollak raised from the hijack, Alexander Salabaschew called in the cut-off and Flavien Guenan squeezed out a three-bet from the button making it 4,400 to play. Casey Kastle was seated in the small blind and he tanked for a few minutes before folding, as did the big blind, and Pollak and Slabaschew both called.
The action checked to the pre-flop squeezer and Guenan made it 6,600 to play. Pollak folded but Salabaschew moved all-in for 17,000 and Guenan reluctantly made the call.
Neither the turn nor the river helped Guenan and Salabschew doubled up.