Hand #28: Out of the small blind, Antoine Saout moved all in and fellow Frenchman Valentin Messina peeked at his cards, then mucked them face up with a big grin on the face.
Hand #29: Messina limped in from the small blind and Pedro Oliveira raised to 900,000 in the big blind. Messina called and checked the flop, Oliveira bet and forced a quick fold from Messina.
Hand #30: David Guay opened the action with a raise to 630,000 from under the gun and that won the blinds and antes.
Hand #31: Oliveira raised to 700,000 and Guay called in the big blind. A flop of was followed by a check of Guay, a continuation bet of Oliveira and that shut down all further action.
Hand #32: Saout moved all in from early position. The action folded to Richard Gryko in the big blind and he asked for a count. "Around 4.2 million," Saout replied, and his shove was deemed to be for 4,185,000. Gryko called and the cards were turned over.
The flop of kept Saout in the lead, and the turn and river let the French rail celebrate. Saout kept his hopes of reaching the WSOP Main Event final table for the second time alive, while Gryko dropped below 10 million.