The biggest pot of the tournament resulted in an old-fashioned chop when Raed Alawadhi and Alexander Ivarsson got it in on an board. Alawadhi had check-raised the turn from 1,100,000 to 4,000,000 and shoved the river all in for 2,500,000.
The snap-call followed and the pair chopped it up with Alawadhi's and Ivarsson's .
Sorin Flutur raised to 500,000 from under the gun, Alexander Ivarsson called on the button and Read Alawadhi called from the big blind. The flop was and Flutur bet 600,000, Ivarsson called and Alawadhi folded.
Flutur bet 1,100,000 on the turn and Ivarsson stuck around. On the river, Flutur emptied the clip with a bet of 2,850,000 and Ivarsson called him off after about twenty seconds.
Flutur tabled for just a pair of sixes and Ivarsson had him crushed with to greatly extend his chip lead.
Anthony Zinno raised to 450,000 from the hijack, Sorin Flutur called from the cutoff, Alexander Ivarsson called from the small blind and Ari Engel called from the big blind.
The flop came and Ivarsson and Engel checked. Zinno shoved all in for 3,355,000 and Flutur folded directly. Ivarsson gave Zinno a long staredown before shoving all in himself for 4,955,000.
Unfazed by the earlier action, Engel snap-called around 4,600,000 total all in to create a gigantic three-way all-in situation with a third of all the chips in play in the middle.
Engel had flopped the joint and was in a massive spot to take a commanding lead at the final table. Zinno was drawing all but dead with his overpair, while Ivarsson was looking for a spade to knock out both players.
Ivarsson drew a blank on the turn but caught the monster river to knock out two birds with one stone. As the shorter stack, Zinno walked away with €64,720, Engel received €88,470, and Ivarsson went from shortest stack to chip leader in the matter of minutes.