Hand #28: Philip Gildea shoved all in for 7,400,000 from middle position and Jeremy Saderne called on the button.
The crowd got on their feet in anticipation of what was about to unfold. The flop kept Gildea ahead with his queens. The on the turn added a flush draw to Saderne's aces.
It was Saderne's original out, the , that landed on the river and a boisterous French rail exploded in celebration. Gildea received $92,686 for his deep run.