Jorma Nuutinen opened the hijack to 100,000 with . Right next to him it was Stephen Chidwick in the cutoff who bumped the action to 225,000 with , the same hand. The button and small blind folded but Julian Track was at it again with tens in the big blind. Again he cold four betted to 650,000, this time with .
Action was right back on the Finnish player and he shoved all in for 1,810,000. Stephen Chidwick thought about it for some time but eventually folded. Action back on chip leader Julian Track who wasn't about to rush his decision. He wasn't happy with the shove and needed some time. He called in the end, but wasn't happily slamming his cards on the table like he did yesterday.
A coin flip situation again for Track and again he wouldn't get into trouble: . Nuutinen needed some runner runner but was already drawing dead after the hit the turn. The on the river was just there to make it official, Nuutinen out first on the final table.
Nuutinen has three EPT Main Event cashes to his name now, all three of them here in Prague: