Down to just ten big blinds, Guillaume Diaz shoved 157,000 total from under the gun. Frederik Jensen called from the cutoff, which brought the action to Bastian Dohler on the button.
The German, who won his package for EPT Malta with a €10 Spin & Go on PokerStars, went all in over the top for 492,000. Jensen immediately called to put both players at risk.
Jensen was in prime position to score the double knockout, but the flop flipped the tables on the former EPT champion. Dohler flopped a set of tens to take a commanding lead in the hand.
The on the turn made things interesting, giving Jensen a flush draw to go with the case king. Diaz needed to hit a non-diamond queen to save his tournament.
The river sealed it for Dohler, who raked in a pot of over a million chips. Diaz was forced to the rail, while Jensen had to ship almost half his stack to his German neighbor.