EPT Budapest: Heading into the break

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Team PokerStars Pro Marcin Horecki is down to 3,700 after an escapade on his table, putting a dent in his hopes of a second deep run. He flopped two pairs but was chased down by his opponent who had made the nut flush on the turn.

Elsewhere Annette Obrestad left a bruise on her opponent. He'd woken up with pocket aces and the money went in on the 4h-Qh-3s flop with Obrestad holding pocket threes. This hand was only going to have one ending, a stack of close to 20,000 for the young Obrestad.

That should be close to the lead as players head into the first break of the day.

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