Spindler had shoved all in from the small blind and from the button already, and the next hand he did exactly that again, now from the cutoff. His all in was for 164,000 total and Pascal Lafrancois on the button was interested. Lefrancois moved all in over the top and both blinds folded.
The on the flop made for a gut shot for both. The on the turn wasn't a great card for Spindler as he lost some of his outs. The on the river was a blank and Lefrancois eliminated his German neighbor.
Benny Spindler, who started the day almost twelve hours ago as chip leader, takes home €63,000. The remaining 17 players are now guaranteed €69,750. When one more player busts there will be a redraw done to two 8-handed tables.