Hand #99: Lula Taylor opened to 29,000,000 and Jeremy Saderne, now draped in a French flag, three-bet to 50,000,000. Taylor moved all in for 122,000,000 in total and Saderne snap-called.
Once again, Saderne has picked up the blades and was in fantastic shape to win his first-ever bracelet. Saderne's lead grew bigger on the flop, as Taylor now needed running outs to avoid elimination. They were standing behind the table and holding hands as they awaited the turn and river.
There was some hope on the turn, but the river ended Taylor's amazing run in second place for $388,284. Once all the French rail had embraced Saderne and started to chant, Saderne pointed to Taylor and his rail loudly cheered her on.
Saderne has claimed the second French bracelet of the 2019 WSOP and his maiden one, which comes with a massive payday of $628,654. The winner pictures will take some time, as dozens of French players headed to the Amazon feature table to celebrate the victory.