Anton Yakuba limped in on the button and Adrian Mateos checked his option. The flop came and Mateos checked to Yakuba who bet 45,000. Mateos check-raised to 140,000 and Yakuba called.
The turn was the and Mateos announced a bet of 265,000. Yakuba still called and the completed the board. Mateos ripped all in, putting Yakuba to the test for his last 710,000 chips. Yakuba burned through a couple of time extensions before dropping in a call.
Mateos turned over for two pair which brought a "you win" out of Yakuba's mouth. Yakuba was forced to show his before they went into the muck and Mateos earned the victory. Yakuba was forced to settle for second place but will still take home over €128,000.
A full recap of the tournament will be posted shortly.