In early position, Robert Pisano opened the pot to 280,000 and he started something vicious. Pascal LeFrancois called next door, and once again the action paused on Adam Levy. He stacked out a reraise to 1 million straight, and Pisano didn't waste too much time calling. LeFrancois, on the other hand, was thinking more sinister thoughts. With all that dead money in there, he squeezed all in for about 15.5 million, sliding out his lavender stacks to signal his intentions to the table.
Levy tanked for about two minutes and folded, and Pisano folded a bit quicker, and LeFrancois has chipped up by more than 2 million courtesy of that shove.