From the cutoff, Armin Mette raised to 33,000 and Benjamin Pollak defended his big blind.
The flop provided a lot of action. Pollak checked, only to check-raise when Mette fired out a bet of 38,000. Pollak made it 102,000 and Mette rechecked his cards twice before moving all in for around 200,000. Pollak immediately called.
Mette had flopped top pair, but was way behind against Pollak's flopped straight. The Swiss started packing his bag while the dealer was ready to lay down the turn.
It was the and it was all over for Mette. The on the river didn't matter anymore.
"Nice hand", said Mette while he zipped his bag, and went on his way to the payout desk.