The same hand saw two more players hit the rail at the same time. Third time shoving was not the charm for Peter Mullin, who was all in for 80,000 again in early position. Button Paul Ferdiani moved all in too for 1,350,000 and action passed to James Mcnurlan. He tanked for a good minute or so, before calling.
A queen was in the door, spurring Mullin's hopes for yet another double, but the on the turn pipped both players' pairs and we are paused for a redraw, 16 remaining.
Robert Pacleb, who made the final two table redraw by the skin of his 80,000 chips, was all in soon thereafter with . His two potential eliminators Ali Zihni and Roger Stewart held and respectively. They found this information out after checking down the streets until the board stood .
Jean-René Fontaine has proven time and again that he's not afraid to put his chips in the middle, whether short or wielding one of the largest stacks in the room. When Adam Richardson opened for 375,000 in the cutoff, he announced, "All in," which covered Richardson's 12,000,000 or so. This all-or-nothing bet against another very hefty stack gave Richardson pause.
"The whole ten million, just like that. Wheeeee," said Richardson. "I wish you spoke English so we could have a little chat." Fontaine, not the most garrulous at the table in any language, showed Richardson his .
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