Mikalai Vaskaboinikau made it 75,000 from under the gun and the entire table called.
"I know all you want is to take some chips from the fish," he said, as the flop fell . It checked to Vaskaboinikau, who continued for 175,000. Only Mukul Pahuja called. The turn brought the and after Pahuja checked, Vaskaboinikau bet 325,000.
Pahuja folded, allowing Vaskaboinikau to cross the 2 million-chip mark.
Mikalai Vaskaboinikau raised to 75,000 from under the gun and was called by Mukul Pahuja in the small blind as well as Vladimir Dobrovolskiy in the big blind. On the flop , Pahuja checked and Dobrovolskiy bet 135,000. Vaskaboinikau checked his stack carefully before moving all in for 721,000 and Pahuja quickly folded, Dobrovolskiy called within a matter of a second.
The Belorussian immediately shook his head upon spotting the hand of his opponent and was ready to leave. A blank appeared on the turn before the river gave him the higher two pair. Again, Vaskaboinikau banged the hand on the table in excitement and informed his rail before calming down again.
In the second hand of the official final table, Ihar Soika raised to 65,000 from under the gun and claimed the blinds and antes. Byron Kaverman did so as well one hand later from the button and then Bryn Kenney moved all in from the button in the fourth hand. Soika counted his stack carefully before announcing his all in as well to enforce a fold from Mukul Pahuja in the big blind.
The flop was a sweat for both players as the open-ended and gutshot straight draw appeared. The on the turn was a bad card for Kenney, as it brought the third flush and took away one of his outs. It was all over after the river and Soika claimed the pot with ace-high. Kenney had to settle for 7th place and received €72,730 for his efforts.
There is a short break for the official final table picture and Mikalai Vaskaboinikau then joked "okay guys, now only me," when everything was done. The Belorussian has definitely been the most entertaining player of the final day and is still in contention for the High Roller title.
Dominik Nitsche raised to 50,000 from the cutoff in the last hand of the level and the action folded to Mikalai Vaskaboinikau in the small blind. He moved all in for around 630,000 and had Nitsche covered. The German snap-called for just under 500,000 chips and they tabled the cards.
The flop fell and Nitsche immediately shook his head, fully aware of the additional outs through the flush draw. While the on the turn changed nothing whatsoever, the on the river completed the flush and Nitsche let out a short sign of disgust while Vaskaboinikau banged on the table in excitement.
Ihar Soika raised to 50,000 from the button and Dominik Nitsche defended his big blind. Both players checked the flop and the on the turn provided a second flush draw. Nitsche bet 40,000 and that won the pot.