February 8, 2013
2010 Irish Open winner James Mitchell seemed destined for a spot at the final table with his solid play over the last two days but he finally fizzled out in 12th place.
Mitchell was playing from the short stack and shoved ace-seven into Noel Gaens’ ace-jack.
Former chip leader Cyril Andre also hit the rail on Day 5 when his lost an all-important race with pocket fives to Remi Castaignon’s ace-five suited.
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1. Remi Castaignon – 9,900,000
2. Walid Bou Habib – 3,835,000
3. Enrico Rudelitz – 2,690,000
4. Noel Gaens – 1,720,000
5. Joseph El Khoury – 1,710,000
6. Robert Romeo – 1,440,000
7. Franck Kalfon – 1,195,000
8. Jeffrey Hakim – 895,000