Players on the outer table folded around to Remi Castaignon on the button who raised to 130,000, and when Jean Pierre Petroli stepped aside, Cyril Andre reraised all in for his last 410,000 or so. Castaignon called right away, showing while Andre talbed .
The flop came , giving Andre a set and appearing to take the drama away from the hand. Andre remained leaned back in his chair as the turn came the and river the , and it appeared only after Castaignon pushed his two spade cards forward to indicate he'd made a flush that Andre realized his set hadn't held up.
Start-of-Day 5 chip leader Andre is out in 11th, while Castaignon moves up over 6 million chips with that one. The remaining 10 players will continue to play five-handed until the next elimination, at which point the final nine will consolidate to an unofficial final table, then play down to eight before stopping.