"Info for all the short stacks, you cannot bust," Ole Schemion grinned.
A few minutes ago, the German had three-bet all in for 1,730,000 against a raise by Murad Akhundov and the latter gave up his 250,000 chip-raise. Fabian Quoss then shoved for 845,000 and got the blinds and antes before David Peters moved in from under the gun for 610,000.
Akhundov reshoved from two seats over and held the dominating hand.
The board ran out and they chopped it up.