After losing the all in against Yves Kupfermunz, Mike Leah faced the raise of Martin Kabrhel for 80,000 and moved all in. "How much is it?" Kabrhel asked and Leah replied "327,000," which Kabrhel took as granted "I trust you." Kabrhel took a few more seconds and called.
The flop didn't change anything yet but Kabrhel picked up a flush draw on the turn. Instead, it was the that fell on the river and Leah was eliminated in 10th place. He takes home €2,554 and the remaining nine players will now go on a 20-minute break before moving over to the live stream feature table.
Yves Kupfermunz was among the shortest stacks when the field combined for the final table and was not too happy about being in the big blind right away. That all but changed when play resumed and Mike Leah called his shove for 278,000.
The board of gave the Belgian aces and jacks, and Leah's stack was almost cut in half.
Philipp Caranica raised to 60,000 and Martin Kabrhel called in the big blind. On the flop, Kabrhel checked and called a bet of 75,000 before checking again the turn. Caranica bet 110,000 and that won the pot.
Tobias Schaaf raised to 60,000 from the hijack and Salvatore Camarda three-bet to 130,000 on the button, which Schaaf called. Both checked the flop and Schaaf check-called a bet worth 100,000 on the turn. The river was checked and Schaaf showed , Camarda won the pot with .