A preflop raising war saw Max Silver get his stack of around 33,000 all in preflop, but he discovered he was in bad shape against Andras Nemeth.
According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Silver only had a 23.69% chance of winning the hand, which meant Nemeth was a 71.72% favorite. Upon first glance, the flop looked kind to Silver as it paired his queen, but he quickly noticed that Nemeth flopped Broadway and had increased his chanceto 84.55% of winning.
The left Silver looking for a king on the river to chop, but there was just a 6.82% chance of that happening. The dealer burned one last time and put out the , which was the last card Silver would see in the EPT9 Prague Main Event.