Shortly after Ščerbaks' bust in 11th place, the final table was set. It was the unfortunate Leonardo Romeo who missed out on the big prices. To make things worse, it was nemesis Michael Rohde who put the final nail in the coffin.
After Rohde had opened to 225,000 on the button, Romeo went all in for 1,400,000 from the small blind. Rohde called to put Romeo at risk.
The coinflip failed to land in Romeo's favor as the board ran out . The Italian had to say his goodbyes in 10th place and received €11,184 for his strong showing.