|Blinds||500,000 / 1,000,000|
Just after the elimination of Antoine Fontaine there was another all-in and call between Samuel Baneham and Adrien Guyon.
The flop came with no help to Guyon. The turn was a scary meaning Guyon could now make a straight to bust Baneham, but the river meant he doubled up.
Antoine Fontaine moved all in for 3,500,0000 and Karol Wojciechowski called in the small blind. The big blind folded and the cards were turned over.
The board ran out with Wojciechowski flopping a pair and that was enough to send Fontaine to the rail in seventh place.
Samuel Baneham opened to 650,000 and Adrien Guyon called in late position.
The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Baneham check-called a bet from Guyon.
The river was the . Baneham checked and Guyon bet 1,500,000. Baneham eventually folded but that didn't stop Guyon showing for an ace-high bluff.
Players are going on a short break before the seven-handed unofficial final table gets underway.
|Table 1||Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blind|
|6||Qiang Liu Zhi||Ireland||6,405,000||21|
Adrien Guyon opened and Roland Pardoux three-bet all in for around three million. Andrew Dooley then four-bet all in over the top and Guyon folded.
Pardoux had run into the aces of Dooley and there was no help on the and he was eliminated in eighth place.