Hand 72: Parlafes in the small blind had just eight-three and gave Dimov a walk in his big blind.
Hand 73: Parlafes folded his on the button and action was on Dimov.
The Bulgarian player limped in with from the small blind. Buhr had in the big blind you could already tell what was going to happen. Buhr raised it up to 325,000 with about 3 million behind.
Dimov had 3.4 million and limp re raised to 700,000.
Benjamin Buhr thought for a little bit, chip riffled some, and then announced all in. He was beat into the pot by Dimov.
The 5,930,000 pot would go to Dimov. The 6% equity Buhr had, materialized not into a win. The on the flop had something for both, but Buhr was in a even more pesky spot now. The on the turn decided it, Buhr was drawing dead. The on the river was there just for good measures.
"Do you cover?" asked Buhr. The answer was yes, and so the Frenchman left in third place netting €243,390. Heads up now between Buhr and Dimov with €543,700 for first and €338,700 for the runner up.