Shaun Deeb has tumbled down the leaderboard after a series of clashes with Viktor Katzenberg that moved the latter up to around 150,000. According to Leo Armino, who's seated at the same table, in the final hand that transpired just before we arrived, it was a three-bet pot where Deeb got it in with on a board against Katzenberger's . Katzenberg held up for a big double to leave Deeb behind with 51,000.
In the hand directly after, Piotr Wiecek opened on the button, Deeb three-bet shoved from the big blind and Wiecek called all in for 21,200.
There was no sweat for Wiecek as he scored an easy double-up at Deeb's expense