The remaining 164 players were just sent on their last 15-minute break of the day. The total number of entries for Day 1B of the Main Event stands at 199 now, which is already bigger than yesterday's 140 entries.
Timothy Adams had the all-in triangle in front of him on the button for around 43,000 and was called by Bertrand Grospellier in the small blind.
The board ran out for Adams to double up with the higher pocket pair.
Julian Thomas hopped straight in the Main Event after busting out of the €100,000 Super High Roller in third, cashing for €1,116,308. Thomas is all but sitting still in the Main Event.
He just raised under the gun to 1,600 and the only caller was big blind Anson Tsang. The flop fell and Tsang check-called a 1,000 bet from Thomas.
The turn was the and Tsang checked to Thomas again. Thomas bet 2,600 and Tsang three-bet to 7,300. Thomas folded in seconds and the pot was pushed to Tsang.
Karel Chaloupka limped in from the hijack, Amar Begovic raised to 3,300 from the cutoff, action folded to Hani Bahna in the big blind who three-bet to 9,500. Chaloupka quickly folded but Begovic called. The flop came on which they both checked to the on the turn. Bahna bet 11,500 and Begovic let his hand go.
The hand after, Begovic raised to 1,700 from the hijack, John Duthie called in the cutoff, Allen Kessler three-bet to 8,500 for everyone to fold including Begovic and Duthie.
Mathijs Jonkers is sitting behind a stack of 230,000 after busting out early yesterday on Day 1A. The Dutchman finished third in last year's Main Event at the WSOPE here in King's Resort Rozvadov.
Jonkers told the PokerNews live reporting team he just busted a player at his table holding aces.
"The player under the gun opened and another player called. The player on the hijack three-bet to 6,700 and I flatted with pocket aces from the button. The other players called and the flop was king-trey-trey.
They all checked to me and I bet 10,000. Only one player called and the turn was a complete brick. He checked to me and I bet 10,000 again. He moved all in for 30,000 and I called. The river was a trey and I won with my full house".
John Cynn, the 2018 WSOP Main Event champion has just been eliminated, as have the other players below:
Robin Hegele completed his small blind and Joel Ettedgi raised to 1,800 from the big blind which Hegele called.
The flop came on which they both checked to see the show up on the turn. Hegele bet 5,600, Ettedgi raised to 12,500, and Hegele called.
The river completed the board , now Hegele check-folded to the 15,000 continuation-bet of Ettedgi.
Madhav Gupta raised under the gun to 1,700 and both players in the blinds called. Johannes Becker called from the small blind and Abdelhakim Zoufri from the big blind.
The flop came and Becker and Zoufri checked to Gupta. Gupta put in a bet of 2,100 and both his opponents called.
The fell down on the turn and all three checked this time.
The river was dealt and it checked to Gupta again who moved all in this time for 25,200. Both Becker and Zoufri folded in quick fashion and Gupta showed his .
The board read with around 56,000 in the middle already. Martin Mulsow looked at his cards again from the small blind and decided to shove which sent Norbert Szecsi in the tank on the button. Mulsow had Szecsi covered so if Szecsi called, his tournament life would be at risk. After a while, Szecsi opted to fold.
Shaun Deeb raised to 2,000 from middle position and Krasimir Yankov three-bet to 6,500. Alexandre Viard called from the big blind and Deeb folded his hand.
The flop came down and both players checked. They also checked on the turn. Viard lead out with a bet of 5,000 on the river and that was enough to take down the pot after Yankov folded.