A hand that went deep into the latest break was the one between Andrea Cortellazzi and Byron Kaverman.
We joined the action on a complete board of and a pot of 260,000, which Kaverman was staring intently at. He moved all in for 330,000 and sent Cortellazzi into the most uncomfortable of tanks.
Eventually, Cortellazzi decided to call it off and was shown by Kaverman. Cortellazzi flipped his hand of over and slammed it down onto the table. He still has 1.36m in chips, but Kaverman has grabbed a lifeline back into this EPT Main Event on 900,000.