David Benyamine, who won the Grand Prix de Paris in Season II of the World Poker Tour, has been eliminated by our chip leader; Matt Salsberg.
According to the man with the chips, he raised from the cutoff holding , the small blind called, and so too did Benyamine in the big blind. The flop fell , and the action checked to Salsberg, who bet 5,000. The small blind folded and Benyamine called.
The turn was the , Benyamine checked, Salsberg bet 10,000, and Benyamine moved all-in. Salsberg called and Benyamine tabled , drawing dead.
Benyamine is out, while Salsberg is now flirting with a 600,000-chip stack.