Yuri Dzivielevski moved all-in once with the now biggest stack to collect the blinds and antes.
Up next, Daniel Dvoress pushed as second-biggest stack from under the gun. Sirzat Hissou had paid the big blind and big blind ante the previous hand to become very short and called all-in, Andras Nemeth folded from the big blind.
Following the board, the aces of Hissou were cracked and Dvoress claimed the pot with his two pair as the German had to settle for €108,380.
"King jack, eh? Why didn't you min-raise, I would have flopped the best hand," Nemeth remarked. Dvoress replied "forty percent to a royal flush" as he stacked the chips with a smile on the face.