Ole Schemion opened for 53,000 from the hijack and Anton Astapau in the big blind was the only caller. Schemion asked how much Astapau had roughly, and the man from Belarus said he had about 560,000 to start the hand.
The flop came and Astapau checked to Schemion. The German super star bet 55,000 and Astapau moved in rather quickly. "I need a count" said Schemion. It was 516,000 total for Schemion so he needed to add 461,000. After a couple more seconds Schemion picked up a big stack of 25,000 chips and put them in the middle.
The on the turn was a blank so Astapau really needed some help on the river. There were still enough cards that would secure him the double up, but the that completed the board wasn't one of them.
"Olééé, Olé, Olé, Oléééé!" shouted Andrey Zaichenko from the other table like he was in some soccer stadium. Ole just shook hands with Astapau, smiled, and started stacking. He's been doing so much of that the last couple of months, let's hope he doesn't get
Astapau takes home €41,790. The remaining 13 players are now guaranteed €46,400.