Hand #111: Johnny Lodden on the button with raised it up to 120,000. Adrian Mateos with the in the small blind made the call, Fares called with .
The flop gave all three of them something, but all checked. The hit the turn, putting Mateos well in front. Both blinds checked, and Lodden bet 165,000 into 400,000. Mateos called, Fares folded. The hit the river and Mateos checked again. Lodden checked behind, ang mucked upon seeing Mateos' second pair.
Hand #112: Lodden found under the gun and he made it 130,000. El Asmar in the big blind called with . The flop came and El Asmar checked. Lodden bet 100,000 and El Asmar made the call. The hit the turn and El Asmar checked again. Lodden, officially drawing dead now, checked behind. The on the river hit Lodden, but he folded to El Asmar's 250,000 bet instantly anyway. Lodden dropped under the one-million mark.
Hand #113: El Asmar opened on the button raising it to 175,000. Lodden shoved allin for 895,000 with and El Asmar folded.
Hand #114: Mateos opened from the small blind and Fares called from the big blind. Mateos had in the small blind and Fares had in the big blind. The two of them played a flop of and Mateos check-folded to Fares' 175,000 bet.
Hand #115: Mateos opened the button to 120,000 with . Fares in the small blind with made the call. The flop came and Fares bet out 155,000. Mateos folded.
Hand #116: Mateos raised under the gun to 125,000 and took down the pot.
Hand #109: Adrian Mateos raised to 120,000 under the gun with , Fares called from the button with and Johnny Lodden came along from the big blind with . All players checked a flop of and the was dealt on the turn. Lodden and Mateos checked and Fares bet 155,000. Lodden folded and Mateos made the call. The on the river meant the players were both chopping, both with aces and queens with a ten kicker. They both checked, and they split the pot.
Hand #110: Muhyedine Fares raised to 60,000 under the gun with pocket sixes, and Mateos called in the big blind with . Both players checked a flop of and Mateos lead the on the turn for 250,000. Fares, with bottom set, raised to 500,000 and Mateos three-bet to 1,300,000. Fares thought for a while and asked how large Mateos' stack was. Fares then moved all-in for 7,790,000 and Mateos snap-called.
Fares needed the board to pair to knock out Adrian Mateos, but the on the river ensured a huge double up for Mateos, and he moved into the chip lead with this pot.
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Hand #103: Lodden opened with king-jack off suit, but folded to Mateos' 450,000 three-bet with .
Hand #104: Lodden with the opened his button to 125,000. Adrian Mateos three-bet to 320,000 with and both Fares in the big blind and Lodden folded.
Hand #105: Lodden didn't give up and opened again, this time making it 125,000 with . Mateos and Fares folded, El Asmar in the big blind called with . Lodden flopped best: . El Asmar check-folded to Lodden's 125,000 bet.
Hand #106: Fares found on the button and raised it up to 140,000. Johnny Lodden with in the big blind made the call. Both players checked the flop and the hit the turn. Another two checks later, the completed the board and again both players checked.
Hand #107: Fares was first in, making it 150,000 with . Mateos with in the big blind made the call. The flop came had both players check. The on the river made Mateos bet 175,000. Fares called. The on the river made Mateos bet 150,000 into 720,000. Fares paid his Spanish opponent off and mucked upon seeing Mateos' rivered pair of queens.
Hand #108: El Asmar opened to 125,000 with and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #102: Jose Carlos Garcia had been short for a while and he moved all-in from the cutoff with a suited Ace, and Fares snap-called with kings.
The flop came which was no help as neither player held a club. The turn was the which gave chop-outs to Garcia as any club would keep him alive. However the river was the and Garcia was eliminated in 5th place (€297,250).
Hand #94: Lodden with on the button limped in after inquiring the size of Garcia's stack in the big blind. Mateos made the call with in the small blind, Garcia checked with the in the big blind.
on the flop and all of them checked. The hit the turn and again three checks. The completed the board and Lodden bet 125,000 after two checks. Both Mateos and Garcia folded the better hand, small pot to Lodden.
Hand #95: El Asmar with the opened to 125,000 under the gun. for Johnny Lodden and the Norwegian super star three-bet to 285,000. Fares had in the big blind and folded. El Asmar called.
The flop came and both players checked. The hit the turn and El Asmar lead out for 165,000 into the 710,000 pot. Lodden called. The completed the board and El Asmar bluffed again, this time for 380,000. Lodden tanked for a bit and eventually folded the best hand.
"Hopefully a good hand" Lodden said. "I beat you for sure" El Asmar lied.
Hand #96: Mateos made it 120,000 from the cutoff holding and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #97: Garcia shoved all in for 460,000 from the cutoff with the . El Asmar in the small blind asked for a count with the , and called. The big blind folded.
1,030,000 in the pot and 47% chance of a split pot. The meant things were looking to be chopped. on the turn and just a four could keep Garcia from staying alive. The completed the board and Garcia survived.
Hand #93: Schemion moved all-in for his remaining 910,000 chips from the button and Adrian Mateos called from the big blind.
The flop was and ace-king was still way int he lead. The on the turn was no help to Schemion who was left with three outs. The on the river wasn't one of them and Ole Schemion, the EPT 10 Player of the Year exited in 6th place (€233,500)
The remaining five players are all guaranteed €297,250.