The action folded around to Romain Villar in the small blind, and he moved all in for around 300,000. Jan Christoph von Halle was the man sat in the big blind and faced a decision, asking the dealer for a count, before making the call.
Jan Christoph Von Halle:
Villar was in a race for his tournament life, and the flop hit both players hard. Von Halle had turned his pocket threes into a set and Villar had picked up a flush draw. But by the river, Villar was unable to improve and exited in 13th place for $14,468.