Michael Soyza raised to 70,000 first to act and Kai Lehto three-bet to 225,000 in the small blind, which Bahram Chobineh called. Soyza also came along to see the flop and all three players checked. On the turn, Lehto checked and Chobineh bet 100,000. Soyza opted to check-raise to 350,000, prompting a snap-fold from Lehto, and Chobineh called with 385,000 behind.
Chobineh checked the on the river and Soyza moved all in. Chobineh had two time banks remaining and used one of them, then called.
Soyza turned over for a straigh and Chobineh mucked.
"Did you have ace-queen?" Soyza asked and Chobineh shook his head, exposing the . "I had a different plan, didn't work out," Chobineh replied and added "good luck guys" before heading to the payout desk to collect €110,100 for his efforts.
Down to the last three players, Soyza has more than half of the chips in play.