We had some French-on-French-action and even some Guillaume-on-Guillaume-situation.
Guillaume Valle and Guillaume Diaz got involved in a big hand. It Diaz who fired out a 23,000-bet on the turn when the board read .
He got called and then checked on when the hit the river. Valle made a bet of 20,000 chips and it was back to the other Guillaume. Diaz, the start-of-the-day chip leader, made it 117,000 and Valle called.
Diaz tabled for the rivered straight and raked in a huge pot.
A couple of hands later, he scored about 60,000 more chips when he busted Thibault Letort. His fellow countryman was all in with and Diaz called with .
Letort couldn't connect with the board and was on his way to the pay out desk.