In just the second hand of heads-up play, Hossein Ensan limped in from the button with and Jan Timo Jobmann checked his option holding .
The flop came , giving both players a flush draw. Jobmann checked and Ensan fired out a bet of 200,000. Jobmann check-raised to 550,000 and Ensan quickly announced all-in. Jobmann stuck in his last 2,325,000 chips and the cards were face up.
The turn brought the and Ensan picked up an open-ended straight draw. The river landed the and Ensan paired his eight on the river to end the tournament. Jobmann will walk away with over €116,000 for a second-place finish, while Ensan took down the title and a WSOP Circuit gold ring.