Bertrand Grospellier limped in from the small blind and Stephen Chidwick opted to see the flop for free. The flop fell and Grospellier led out with a min-bet of 50,000. Chidwick called and the landed on the turn.
Grospellier fired out another bet of 150,000 and Chidwick raised to 500,000. Grospellier called and the completed the board. Grospellier checked this time and Chidwick quickly checked it back. Grospellier turned over for trip threes and that was enough to scoop the pot.
Bertrand Grospellier raised to 100,000 from the button and Stephen Chidwick three-bet to 350,000 in the small blind. Steve O'Dwyer four-bet all in for 900,000.
Grospellier folded and Chidwick called.
The hand was essentially over on the flop with the giving O'Dwyer a full house. The turn had Chidwick drawing dead and all that was left was for the to put the gloss on the double as O'Dwyer rivered quads and doubled back into contention.
Steve O'Dwyer raised it up to 100,000 in the cutoff and Bertrand Grospellier called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn.
Grospellier led out with a bet of 150,000 and O'Dwyer called to see the on the river. Grospellier counted out another bet of 275,000 and O'Dwyer dipped into the tank for a minute before making the call. Grospellier tabled for two pair and O'Dwyer was unable to beat it.