Dmitry Yurasov took a smaller pot off Gaelle Baumann and could even afford to fold to a four-bet shove by Dan Shak. But then, he claimed the entire stack of Pierre Calamusa when the two most aggressive players at the table clashed.
Calamusa raised to 5,500 and Yurasov three-bet to 16,000 in the small blind. Calamusa four-bet to 37,000 and Yurasov called. On the flop, Yurasov check-called a continuation bet worth 30,000 and checked again the on the turn. Calamusa shoved for 60,000 and received a snap-call.
Only a ten could save the Frenchman, but instead it was the that sent him to the rail and let Yurasov's mountain of chips grow even bigger.