The battle was long during the normal heads-up play, but things got even worse when they reached a deal. Not because they weren't willing to play, the opposite we would say.
Dimitrios Michailidis and Marios Tzakos started going almost every hand all in but it looks like the shorter was always getting the board he needed. To be exact, we counted 11 all ins before the game is over!
8 of them went to the shortest stack, 2 of them ended up with a split and only the 11th all in went to the chip leader. The leader at the moment of this all in was Dimitrios Michailidis who was holding while Marios Tzakos was holding . At first it looked like we will have another split but the board came with the turn sending Tzakos to the rail.