Julien Martini raised the button and was called by Nicolas Bokowski and Ole Schemion out of the blinds. The flop was checked to Martini and he bet for his two opponents to call. That's also what happened on the turn and the river was then checked through.
Martini took the high pot with while Bokowski took the low with the . Schemion mentioned in table chat that he had pocket queens. After the hand, the three remaining players went on a scheduled 15-minute break.
Ole Schemion completed and was called by Julien Martini. On fourth street, Martini check-called a bet and Schemion bet his advantage on fifth to get called. Martini paired up on sixth and bet both remaining streets to earn a call from Schemion. The Frenchman turned over trips eights and Schemion flashed aces and kings.
In a limped battle of the blinds, Nicolas Bokowski bet the flop for 22,000 and Ole Schemion called in the big blind. Bokowski also bet the turn for 86,000, which Schemion reluctantly called. The river was checked and Bokowski tabled the , which Schemion had beat with the for the bottom pair.