When we approached table 79 the dealer was busy counting out a whole bunch of chips. Erich Kollmann was sitting in the cutoff while Cardyn, who didn't seem to happy with the delay, was anxiously waiting for the showdown from the button. After the dealer figured out Cardyn was the all-in player with 10,825 chips we saw the following showdown.
The board ran out and with that we say goodbye to Cardyn. Kollmann still has some work to do but with this stack he has more breathing room. Kollmann has to be happy with his position at the table because Martins Adeniya and Peter Jetten are seated directly to his right. The field in Cannes is very tough and we don't expect to see any easy table once we get closer to the money.