Hand #105: Nicolas Dumont limped in and Honglin Jiang raised to 650,000. Dumont limp-raised to 2,200,000 and Jiang moved all in for 10,075,000 to pick up an instant call by Dumont.
"I have sixes," Jiang said while turning around to his sister on the rail.
The board came and Jiang was eliminated in second place for €434,000. He immediately walked over to shake hands with the words "congratulations." Jiang recorded his best ever cash and jumped into the top 10 of New Zealand's all-time money list, while Dumont becomes the first ever French EPT Main Event in Monte-Carlo, and the 10th ever Frenchman to claim the elusive title and trophy.
A recap of today's action is to follow.