From the hijack seat, Eric Baudry raised to 17,000. Nabil Nedjai reraised all in from the button for 84,000. Action folded back to Baudry and he made the call. Showdown please.
Nedjai tabled the , but was dominated against the for Baudry.
The flop came down and Baudry stayed in front. The turn was the and the river the . Nedjai's dominated king-deuce couldn't come from behind and he was eliminated in eighth place.
After the hand was over, Nedjai mentioned to another blogger here at the World Series of Poker Europe that he didn't see the original raise from Baudry and was attempted to steal the blinds with his shove; a mistake that cost him his tournament.