George Chiriac sent two players to the rail and won a very healthy pot right after just before the blinds went up.
First, he had Jacques Misonne with pocket tens and Pierre-Paul Paulin with the at risk, tabling the for an inferior pair. The board came and Chiriac made a full house.
He then raised to 900 and was called by Gregory Telman in the small blind. Telman led the turn for 3,000 and Chiriac raised to 7,500, which Telman called. On the river, Telman check-called a bet of 6,000 and mucked when he was shown the .