Walid Bou Habib, who began the day as chip leader, opened the button to 15,000 and saw Vit Blachut three bet from the small blind to 31,000. The big blind quickly folded but Bou Habib wanted to see a flop and paid the additional 16,000.
Blachut made a 25,000 continuation bet on but was soon met by a raise from Bou Habib. The Lebanese EPT Deauville runner up made it 68,000 and after some thinking Blachut made the call. The fell on the turn and Blachut checked to Bou Habib. He thought for a little while before announcing all in. The call from Blachut couldn't have been faster.
Blachut showed up with . Bou Habib was drawing dead with his flopped top two; . The on the river didn't change a thing and Bou Habib was out just like that.