|Alessandro Meoni||Välja kukkunud|
After a raise on the button from Roberto Romanello to 7,000, David "ODB" Baker reraised all in for a little over 60,000 from the big blind. Romanello called holding the . Baker held the .
Baker flopped the lead when the rolled out, but after the landed on the turn, the dealer finished the board with the and Romanello was awarded the pot. Baker finished in 14th place and took home €6,548.
With his finish, Baker also earned some valuable World Series of Poker Player of the Year points. His finish earned him 8.75 points and moved him to 517.13 points overall. That's good enough to leap over Antonio Esfandiari into fourth place behind John Monnette, Phil Ivey and the leader Greg Merson.
|David Baker||Välja kukkunud|
On an ace-high flop with two hearts, Arnaud Durif was all in with the against Imed Ben Mahmoud's . The turn and river both failed to improve Durif and he was eliminated in 15th place.
|Imed Ben Mahmoud||150,000||40,000|
|Arnaud Durif||Välja kukkunud|
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Alessandro Meoni was all in preflop with the , but crushed by Ruben Velasco's . Fortunately for Meoni, the board ran out and he made a straight to double up.
|Imed Ben Mahmoud||110,000||16,000|
From the cutoff seat, Yannick Bonnet opened with a raise to 5,000. Yann Migeon reraised all in from the small blind for 51,100. After receiving a count, Bonnet called.
Bonnet turned over the and was ahead of Migeon's . After the board ran out , Migeon was eliminated in 16th place.
|Yann Migeon||Välja kukkunud|
Jennifer Tilly raised all in for 20,900 from the hijack seat before action fell on Matan Krakow in the cutoff seat. He took a minute to think about things, then made the call. On the button was Ruben Velasco and he squeezed his cards slow. Then, he reraised to an even 50,000. Action folded back to Krakow and he also gave it up, leaving Tilly all in and at risk against Velasco.
As you can see, Tilly wasn't in good shape, but there wasn't much she could do. The board ran out and Velasco's three queens gave him the bounty. Tilly finished in 17th place for over €6,500.
|Jennifer Tilly||Välja kukkunud|