EPT regular Jasper Wetemans played a rather big pot with pocket aces. Unfortunately for him, his opponent had aces as well. To make mathers worst things got kinda scary for Wetemans when his opponent picked up a flush draw. The pot didn't end in a catastrophe for Wetemans as the river blanked out. The Dutchman is still doing fine, with 55,000 he's playing well above average.
On the other end of the tournament room his friend Joep van den Bijgaart is playing. Van den Bijgaart, who made the EPT final table in Berlin the year Ben Wilinofsky won (seventh for €100,000), three bet a player with off suit. His opponent made the call and open shoved for about two and a half times the pot on with two clubs. Van den Bijgaart called with his top pair and was up against .
According to the PokerNews Poker Odds Calculator Van den Bijgaart was actually slightly behind with his top pair, but he managed to dodge his opponents outs and won the hand. Van den Bijgaart now plays 50,000.