Erwann Pecheux raised to 200,000 from the button and Heinrich Pauker three-bet for another 500,000 on top out of the small blind. Yehoram Houri quickly got out of the way and then Pecheux grabbed into his stack of T-100,000 chips, four-betting to what looked like 1.5 million. Pauker moved all in instantly and Pecheux called.
"You got aces?" Pauker asked his opponent and Pecheux shook his head. Pauker then turned over the and the PMU Pro was shellshock, flashing the to his rail. "This can't be true" he sighed loudly in French to his rail.
Pecheux's friends erupted on the flop while Pauker loudly demanded for a jack. "The turn was a brick and the dealer then burned and turned the river. "YESSSSSS" Pauker yelled and quickly apologized. "I never shouted in a casino in my life," he said.
The chips were counted and Pauker was the player at risk for 5,010,000 chips, leaving Pecheux with five big blinds.