Christophe Pollet was already all-in and at risk against Franck Eburderie on a board showing . Pollet held , which wasn't enough to earn the pot as Eburderie showed and made his way to the payout desk.
After a raise from David Fialho in the cutoff and a call from Isabel Baltazar in the small blind, Miguel Couceiro three-bet to 50,000 in the big blind. Fialho decided to fou-bet to 100,000 and only Couceiro called.
The dealer showed and Couceiro check-called Fialho for 40,000. The brought no betting action on the turn.
A appeared on the river and Couceiro led out for 50,000. Fialho went deep into the tank and the clock was called. At the end of the 30-second count, his hand was mucked.
Dinesh Alt raised to 12,000 under the gun and picked up calls from Belmehdi as well as Nelson Douard and Rachid El Yaacoubi in the blinds.
The flop gave and Douard led out for 12,000, called by Alt and Belmehdi.
When the turn showed the , it checked to Belmehdi who bet 45,000 and Douard called. Alt thought about his move for some time before announcing all in for 212,000. His opponents didn't take long to fold.