Antonin Teisseire opened under the gun, and Eric Froehlich shoved in for about 2 million from the big blind. Teisseire quickly called, and Froehlich was at risk. And flipping.
Both men stood up to sweat this big pot, and this final day has certainly not disappointed in the drama department so far. When the dealer burned and turned, the was right in the window, and the flop rolled out to pull the Frenchman into a big lead with two to come. Froehlich needed to find a jack now, but the turn and river failed to save his tournament life.
There'll be no third bracelet for E-Fro today, cut down as the first casualty on this cooler of a Day 4. He'll take $240,876 for his work, but it looks like it's not much consolation now as a slightly flush Froehlich heads off the stage.