After the players had taken a short break, they returned and the first hand saw Mikita Badziakouski limp in from the cutoff. Jean-Noel Thorel raised to 55,000 and Badziakouski moved all in. Thorel snap-called and premium hands were tabled.
The flop came and Badziakouski said "spade is no good," then asked for a jack. His wish was granted with the turn and he followed it up with another request: "Nine please." Instead, the fell on the river and Thorel doubled up for 428,000 to leave Badziakouski with just six big blinds.