Emil Bise shoved from the button and Marius Gicovanu looked at his cards, scratched his head, and then slammed some chips over the line for the call. He was at risk of the 40,600,000 he had in front of him.
Bise got up again while Gicovanu stayed in his seat.
The flop came for Bise to hit two pair.
The turn was the to keep Bise ahead but Gicovanu picked up the flush draw.
Bise didn't look as he was being held by one of his supporters who seemed to pray for him while the river completed the board with the for his rail to go crazy. Bise wins his first WSOP bracelet after having won 2 WSOP Circuit rings already.
Gicovanu finished as the runner-up for €154,611 and the WSOPE Main Event ticket.
A recap is to follow.