Former November Niner Antoine Saout opened to 20,000 in the hijack seat, and Team PokerStars Pro Liv Boeree, who just doubled, three-bet to 80,000 out of the small blind. Saout responded with a four-bet to 158,000, Boeree moved all in for 583,000, and the Frenchman made the call.
There was over 1.2 million in the middle as the dealer rapped the felt and spread a flop of . Saout took a commanding lead, leaving Boeree drawing to the two remaining queens in the deck, but she received neither as the turn and river bricked , respectively.
Boeree was off to the payout desk to collect her winnings, while Saout is up to 1.6 million chips.