Paul Tedeschi and JC Alvarado each put in 62,000 preflop and saw a flop of . The former wasted little time in leading out for 62,000, Alvarado called, and the dealer burned and turned the . Tedeschi, who had 159,000 behind, moved all in and Alvarado snap-called.
Tedeschi slammed the table with his fist, apparently a popular celebration among Frenchman, when the river blanked. Alvarado counted out the chips to pay his opponent and was left with just 40,500 after the hand.