Mario Adinolfi witnessed his chip stack soar to 241,500 and was the chip leader at dinner break. He now holds a stack that is barely above the average.
Miltiadis Kyriakides was the latest to grab some chips from the once chip leader. Adinolfi opened the action to 1,600 before Kyriakides three-bet to 14,400. Adinolfi called leading to a flop of .
Adinolfi checked the flop before calling a small bet from Kyriakides of 5,500. The same pattern took place when the appeared on the turn with the only difference being Kyriakides' bet was slightly larger for 8,000.
Adinolfi checked once again when the completed the board on the river. Kyriakides this time declared himself all in for his remaining stack of around 20,000. Adinolfi called before mucking his hand after Kyriakides turned over for top set. After the hand, Kyriakides owned 95,000 chips while Adinolfi was down to 65,000.
Kyriakides is no stranger to compiling chips during an EPT Main Event in Prague. Among his many cashes for almost $1.2 million according to The Hendon Mob is an eighth place finish in the EPT 11 Prague Main Event for €92,610.