Teun Mulder raised it up to 250,000 in the cutoff and Gab Yong Kim in the big blind verified the stack size of his opponent before pushing all-in. Mulder snap-called and Kim instantly told the showdown cards to his rail from South Korea.
Gab Yong Kim:
The flop vaulted Kim into the lead and Mulder was left with one out only, as the had been mucked already. No miracle came on the turn and the river only improved Kim, sending Mulder to the rail in 7th place. After he was the dominating chip leader for most of the day, the Dutchman has to settle for a payday of €138,570.
All remaining six players are now bagging and tagging their chips. They will be back at noon the following day to determine a new EPT Main Event champion. The counts and a recap of today's action are to follow.