Loic Blarez opened to 90,000 from the cutoff and was three-bet by the chip leader Mathieu Selides from the button. Samir Beldjoudi, who had been nursing a short stack for a while moved all in for just over 1,000,000 chips. Blarez folded and Selides made the call.
There was a king in the window for Beldjoudi as the flop came , but he failed to find another as the board completed . With five players left the average is now a whopping 53 big blinds, with players fast approaching their scheduled dinner break
Pecheux moved all-in for roughly 550,000 from the hijack and Loic Blarez called from the big blind.
Unbelievably, Erwann Pecheux had managed to pick up Aces for the second time in the space of half an hour. However, this time his luck was not to be. A big gasp went up as the flop was dealt , with the and doing nothing but sealing the Frenchman's fate, finishing in 7th place for €19,095
Erwann Pecheux opened from middle position to 60,000 and got callers in Beldjoudi and Anthony Rodrigues. Pedro Oliveira, in the small blind, enquired after Pecheux and Beldjoudi's stacks before putting in a raise to 225,000.
Pecheux and Beldjoudi called, but Rodrigues made the call and together they saw a flop of . Oliveira, who was first to act, thought for a minute or two before announcing he was all-in. Rodrigues snap-called and tabled while Oliveira showed Aces.
Rodrigues had flopped a straight, but Oliveira had outs. However the were nought but bricks and Oliveira exited in 9th place
Erwann Pecheux raised pre-flop and Pedro Oliveira called in the big blind.
Both players checked a flop and Oliveira lead out on the river for 105,000. Pecheux called and the was dealt on the river. Again Oliveira bet, and he bet big this time, sliding out a stack of chips totalling 315,000. Pecheux called and Oliveira tabled for a flush. Pecheux winced, and flashed and was left with roughly 13 big blinds after that call