Marcin Chmielewski just clashed with Kiryl Radzivonau in a three-bet pot according to the colleagues of the PokerStars blog where Radzivonau three-bet big to 125,000 from the cutoff. Only the Pole called and the duo checked the flop. On the turn, Chmielewski bet 110,000 and was called before the board completed with the river.
Radzivonau was put all in for around 330,000 and the Belorussian folded after plenty of consideration, claiming to have had ace-queen.
Also thriving at the end: Mohamed Aissani. He had an opponent four-bet jam for 300,000 with ace-king and Aissani snap-called with pocket aces.