Shaun Deeb raised to 100,000 from the button and Norbert Szecsi just called.
The flop came , Szecsi check-called the 100,000 continuation-bet of Deeb.
The turn was the , Szecsi checked again. Deeb bet 275,000, Szecsi raised the pot, Deeb looked at his cards again, checked how much Szecsi had behind, saw he was covered, and then decided to pot too, Szecsi snap-called.
Szecsi had flopped a set of aces and Deeb was drawing dead. The river completed the board with the as a formality for Szecsi to win the hand.
The dealers counted out their stacks while Szecsi and Deeb themselves already confirmed the result that Deeb had the shorter stack for Deeb to now be sent to the payout desk as the runner-up for €53,371 and miss out on his fifth WSOP bracelet.
Szesci, on the other hand, managed to win his second bracelet. The recap of today's action is to follow.