Luca Fiorini opened for 220,000 from the cutoff only to have Michel Eid, who has been playing on the tighter side of things as of late, three-bet all in for 1.365 million from the button. The blinds both folded and action was back on Fiorini. He immediately shot back in his chair, removed his sunglasses and stared down Eid. Eventually he made the call.
Eid let a big smile cross his face as he knew he'd been caught red handed trying to steal. Fiorini also smiled as he wasn't expecting to be such a heavy favorite. The was no help to Eid and he got out of his chair in preparation for his exit. His preemptive rise wasn't wasted as the dealer burned and turned the to leave him drawing dead.
Fiorini let out a little cheer as the was put out on the river and Eid took his leave from the tournament in 14th place for €52,940.