Jean-Noel Thorel is a tough customer to get rid of, as Frederik Jensen just found out. Jensen opened under the gun to 1,500, getting calls from Thorel on the button and Ole Schemion in the big blind. Jensen continued 2,000 on a , with only Thorel making the call.
Jensen emptied the clip with a bet of 3,800 on the turn and 7,200 on the river, only to be met by two quick calls from Thorel. Jensen's unimproved didn't cut it, as Thorel took down the pot with for a pair of aces.
In the next hand, Scott Seiver opened to 1,200 and [Removed:17] called to his direct left. This time, Thorel put in a three-bet to 4,000, getting only Yan to stick around. On the flop, Yan quickly check-folded to a 6,000 bet from the Frenchman, who couldn't hide a smile while stacking up his newfound chips.