Back from the break, Dmitry Yurasov opened in the first hand and took down the blinds and antes. One hand later, Yurasov opened again. From first position, he made it 90,000.
It was folded to Dominik Panka and the Pole moved all in for 850,000 in chips. When it was folded to Yurasov, he directly called.
The last former EPT champion remaining was at risk and he wasn't in good shape. Yurasov's kings were ahead.
The made it even worse for Panka as Yurasov flopped a set. Panka was looking for running cards to survive. The turn wasn't one of the cards he wanted to see and it was all over. The inconsequential river was the .
Panka takes home €41,590 for his achievement. He is the official final table bubble. It wasn't the first time Panka had a deep run at the EPT Malta Main Event. He was third here in March 2015, during EPT season 11.