According to the official chip counts, Stephane Albertini started the day with only 13,150 in chips or less than half the starting stack and quite below average. However after having just knocked out Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Albertini has vaulted up the chip counts.
We only caught the action on the river of a board where Timoshenko who was first to act shoved all in for 90,700. Albertini who had him covered snap-called and flipped over for nut-boat and Timosheno mucked. The pot brought Albertini over the 300,000 mark, quite a feat considering what he started at while Timoshenko would have to kiss his main event dreams goodbye.