The players are on another 20-minute break.
Ben Lamb opened the betting with a raise to 700 from under the gun. Two players folded but Karim Inahnah, Massimiliano Martinez and Michael Telker called. Bruno Moussi in the big blind put in the extra chips and he called.
Flop: - Moussi checked, Lamb checked, Inahnah bet 2,000, Martinez called and the three other players folded.
Turn: - Inahnah bet again, this time 3,500 and Martinez called.
River: - Inahnah bet once more, a bet of 6,400 and Martinez rocked back in his chair, paused for 30 seconds before screwing up his face a little as if in pain but he still made the call.
Martinez' top pair was good and he picks up the pot.
Roberto Romanello's dreams of a Triple Crown will have to wait until next year in Las Vegas because he has just been eliminated. He came to the media room to let us know he had just run into and could not suck out.
Action folded to Will "The Thrill" Failla in the cutoff seat and he opened with a raise to 700. Sam Holden reraised from the button to 2,100. In the big blind, Martins Adeniya four-bet to 4,675. Everyone folded and Adeniya won the pot.
Everyone folded to Kevin MacPhee in the small blind, he raised and Thibaud Guenegou called from the big blind. A flop that read was bet my MacPhee and Guenegou called. The turn brought the into play and MacPhee greeted it with a bet of 1,100 and his opponent almost instantly called.
The on the river saw a 2,500 bet from MacPhee and another snap-call from the Frenchman. MacPhee mucked when he was shown .
The action folded to Remi Le Meur in the cutoff and he raised to 600. The button folded but Tyler Bonkowski moved all in from the small blind. Le Meur shaped to call but he could not pull the trigger and the 888 Poker Pro picked up some much needed chips.
Roberto Romanello moved all in from under the gun for little over 6,000 and picked up the blinds and antes. The Welshman is looking to add a coveted WSOP bracelet to his EPT and WPT titles but needs a little more luck if he is to do that here in Cannes.
David Kahan raised under the gun and the action folded to Hoyt Corkins in the small blind and he three-bet to 3,000. Next to act was Barney Boatman and he called but Kahan was in no mood for calling and he pumped it up to 12,000.
This sent Corkins into the tank for three minutes and when he emerged he let his hand go. Boatman instantly mucked after him.
This summer, Tyler Bonkowski won Event #14: $3,000 Limit Hold'em at the 2011 World Series of Poker for $220,817. He's here playing today, but things haven't been going so well thus far.
As it currently stands, Bonkowski is down under 5,000 in chips, far from the starting stack of 30,000 he began the day with. We'll see if he can run it back up.