As we arrived, Patrik Antonius was already stacking all the chips and we just caught Fabrice Soulier making his exit. Justin Bonomo told us what had happened.
Antonius had raised under the gun and Dominik Nitsche had shoved with pocket sevens. Soulier then shoved over the top with pocket queens, but Antonius was waiting for them both with aces. Five blanks later and Nitsche and Soulier left for the rail while Antonius build a chip castle worth 150,000 or so.