Rauno Rising

The Main Event ploughs on, and the latest player to hit the rail is Poland's Jakub Ojrzynski, his A 3 no good against Rauno Viljarand's A J on a 7 9 6 4 Q board, the chips presumably having gone in pre. Viljarand - the gentleman previously crippled down to just 200 chips after a run-in with JJ Hazan before doubling up five hands in a row - is now up to over 50k.