After a split pot in the first hand in heads up and a successful three-bet shove by Julian Stuer in the second hand, the decision over the title came in hand number three.
Stuer opened to 250,000 and Isaac Haxton moved all in, Stuer quickly called.
The German and Austrian rail jumped up to see the action, rooting for Stuer. However, a the board of left their friend drawing dead on the turn and Stuer was eliminated in second place for a career-best payday of €397,550. Haxton gets to lift the penultimate EPT High Roller trophy and takes home €559,200 for his efforts.
A recap of today's action will be available shortly.