Tobias "juanson" Schwecht raised to 2,400,000 from the button and Orhan "yirtil" Ates defended.
The flop came , Ates checked and Schwecht bet 1,200,000. Ates raised it up to put Schwecht all-in who snap-called.
Tobias "juanson" Schwecht:
Orhan "yirtil" Ates:
Schwecht held the overpair while Ates had flopped a pair of queens.
The turn was the which didn't change things but when the river card was peeled back, the showed up to give Ates a full house to win the first-ever bracelet for Turkey for $114,584 and $65,593 in bounties. Schwecht gets $82,386 and $15,629 in bounties for finishing as the runner-up.
A recap is to follow.